Session Lager beer
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Session Lager beer
Posted by LSUzealot on 2/4 at 6:50 pm
Anyone tried it? It's delicious. Very similar to red stripe. Brewer in Oregon.

They had them for 2 bucks each at the Marigny as a Super Bowl special. I'll definitely be ordering some in the future.



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Posted by DEANintheYAY on 2/4 at 6:59 pm to LSUzealot
Never tried it, but it seems to be a fashionable beer choice as of late among some groups.




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Posted by tetu on 2/4 at 7:00 pm to LSUzealot
Doesn't full sail make it? I don't know if I've ever had it.


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Posted by Kim Jong Ir on 2/4 at 7:07 pm to LSUzealot
Never tried it. I prefer ales over lagers though.


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Posted by Zappas Stache on 2/4 at 7:09 pm to LSUzealot
I think Full Sail brews it. They have an IPA I treat as a session beer as its on 6% or so.


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Posted by BottomlandBrew on 2/4 at 7:30 pm to LSUzealot
Not my first choice, but at $2 at a bar I'd drink a bunch of them.


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Posted by Tigerbait46 on 2/4 at 8:16 pm to BottomlandBrew
My neighborhood place sells them at $2 a piece so I drink them quite often. It's a good crisp lager.


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Posted by TheDude on 2/4 at 8:57 pm to Tigerbait46
Tried it at a beer fest once. Simple but solid if I remember correctly.


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Posted by BMoney on 2/4 at 9:03 pm to Tigerbait46
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It's a good crisp lager.


Good lager is an oxymoron. Just not my style at all.



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Posted by RedMustang on 2/4 at 9:54 pm to LSUzealot
My local liquor store had it last summer for $9/case. It wasn't bad at all for that price.


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Posted by Tiger Ryno on 2/4 at 9:55 pm to Zappas Stache
life too short to drink lager


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Posted by CharleyLake on 2/5 at 7:35 am to Tiger Ryno
Perhaps you have been limited to American Style pale lagers or Heineken. Samual Adams Nolbe Pils is a great beer to go with a meal.

Dortmunder is a German-style that is stronge and fuller than most lagers. Try Gold by Great Lakes Brewing Company.

Octoberfest style are lagers that I look forward to each fall.

The Eisbock and Doopplebock styles have big powerful flavors that have a high ABV and are lagers also.

For many of us "lager" is just another name for beer. Not so.



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Posted by Eddie Vedder on 2/5 at 7:36 am to Kim Jong Ir
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Never tried it. I prefer ales over lagers though.




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Posted by LoneStarTiger on 2/5 at 8:11 am to CharleyLake
You're fighting the good fight, but you won't find many fans of German lagers on here outside of a couple of us


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Posted by Fratastic423 on 2/5 at 8:13 am to LoneStarTiger
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You're fighting the good fight, but you won't find many fans of German lagers on here outside of a couple of us


Tetu can back me up on this comment. One of the absolute best beers I have ever had was a German Marzen on cask at the Avenue Pub. I refuse to believe that "lagers" are boring as a whole.



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Posted by RedHawk on 2/5 at 8:23 am to Fratastic423
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Tetu can back me up on this comment. One of the absolute best beers I have ever had was a German Marzen on cask at the Avenue Pub. I refuse to believe that "lagers" are boring as a whole.


This! While I like ales better because they seem to offer more styles, I still enjoy a good Pilsner, Bock, Oktoberfest and adjunct Lager.



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Posted by LoneStarTiger on 2/5 at 8:43 am to Fratastic423
I'm a fan of several doppelbocks, and Weihenstephaner Korbinian is one of my favorite beers of any kind


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Posted by BMoney on 2/5 at 8:52 am to Fratastic423
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One of the absolute best beers I have ever had was a German Marzen on cask at the Avenue Pub.


Perhaps, but when one has to point to a specific beer to prove that not all lagers are boring, then it kind of goes with what I'm saying. Outside of a few specific styles, I'm not a big fan of lagers. Generally speaking, they lack the complexity of the ales that I prefer.



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Posted by Tiger Ryno on 2/5 at 10:01 am to LoneStarTiger
I do appreciate the Dopplebock style and enjoy several of the "ator" beers...

I also had a couple of decent dortmunders and of course I imbibe some oktoberfest beers during football season as session beers because you can drink several, not break your own heart, and they taste better than bud lime



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Posted by bosoxjo13 on 2/5 at 10:14 am to BMoney
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Perhaps, but when one has to point to a specific beer to prove that not all lagers are boring, then it kind of goes with what I'm saying. Outside of a few specific styles, I'm not a big fan of lagers. Generally speaking, they lack the complexity of the ales that I prefer.


Perhaps, but when one has to make such a generalized statement to prove the point that he knows so much about beer and his palate is so exquisite, others need to prove them wrong



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