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What's your ale preference?(BTB -- I just learned that "tegetology" is the collecting of cardboard beer coasters; I'm using one now.)
Hmmm. That's a tough one, actually.When it's cold outside I like something chewy, so probably a dark ale or even a porter. Our Deschutes people make something called "Black Butte" that does credit to the name of porter.Oh, and there's a small outfit called Mt. Hood Brewing that makes a Scottish ale that goes by "Pittock Wee Heavy" that'll make your kilt rise.When it gets warmer I tend to favor a kolsch or a pilsner; there are several good ones out here, but Pyramid out of Washington state makes a lovely kolsch called "Curveball" that is mighty fine.For general purposes both the Blue Heron and Widmer make "pale ales" that are thirst-quenching and delicious.And I have never heard of tegetologism; what a delightful term!
Those all sound yummy. Though I am not generally a beer drinker, I tend to like body so I like a dark ale or stout.If I'm going to drink more than a half pint (rare), it would have to be a pilsner or a fragrant pale ale. To me, American mass-produced beers are totally unpalatable.
Well, there's a reason they're so cheap...Living in the Sunshine State, I suspect a pilsner or a kolsch would be appropriate pretty much year-round...
Yes, save for a couple of winter months, pilsner or India Pale Ale.
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