I'm wondering if any of you know of some good beer offerings in cans. Other than Guiness, Molson, Fosters, Becks or Heinekan. Looking for something local that can be acquired in either Portland or in Boise ...
I'll start by apologizing for some of my Colorado brothers and sisters. Being one of the lowest states in education funding, some of our residents lack basic literacy and vocabulary skills. The suggestions from the Oskar Blues brewery and from the Fat Tire brewery probably won't fit the bill as they are in Colorado and thus not "local" for you up in the Pacific North West. For future reference, when attempting to communicate with someone from Colorado (especially us natives) your best bet is to stick to simple sentences and monosyllabic words.
Another random question...have you heard the song "Gaper" by Bones? I thought it was appropriate due to your avatar, your mention of Subarus and my mention of natives.Then do us all a favor....get in your Subaru and GTFO. You're a bigger tool than LhoweMT.
Awaiting your cliche response.....
LOL!!! Check your beer history Sally. Wheat beer was originally brewed for women and children and was not typically consumed by men. Careful about questioning manhood based on beer preferences.Fat Tire is for Pussies. Sunshine in a can is better.
Whoa, hold your horses there, beerman. Actually, wheat beer was originally brewed in areas where people grew primarily ... wait for it ... wheat, instead of barley. It was wheat beer or no beer.LOL!!! Check your beer history Sally. Wheat beer was originally brewed for women and children and was not typically consumed by men."