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What's your favorite cheap beer?



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As I was sitting here on the porch in the cool of the evening enjoying a frosty adult beverage I was wondering what do the forums beer drinkers prefer when they have to reach for the bottom shelf? There's plenty of high-end beer out there nowadays but what do you drink when you only have a couple bucks in your pocket? Let's say around $6 a six pack defines a cheap beer. Something you'd find in any quick stop or gas station across the country.
As you can see below I like to live the High Life. I have to imagine opinions on cheap beer are just as varied and strong as those for ultra fine craft beer. What say you all?

As I was sitting here on the porch in the cool of the evening enjoying a frosty adult beverage I was wondering what do the forums beer drinkers prefer when they have to reach for the bottom shelf? There's plenty of high-end beer out there nowadays but what do you drink when you only have a couple bucks in your pocket? Let's say around $6 a six pack defines a cheap beer. Something you'd find in any quick stop or gas station across the country.
As you can see below I like to live the High Life. I have to imagine opinions on cheap beer are just as varied and strong as those for ultra fine craft beer. What say you all?

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A fine choice young fellar, my favorite!! joe
I've been through spells with most. One thing disheartening about the craft brew renaissance is that its harder to find a good old dive bar that serves a brew without "hints of nutmeg and chocolate"
National Bohemian, unfortunately now a subsidiary of Pabst, getting harder to find it.
Old German, if I'm in western PA
High Life
PBR
Yuengling products, cause it's everywhere around here.
When a restaurant waitress comes over to ask me what I would like to drink, I ask her what they have, but tell her to do not dare utter the word "lite" with any beer name. Usually I say if I can see through it, I don't want it. Various ales, stouts ( Guinness) and the like come to mind as my favorites. I used to make my own beer, often Scottish ales, but now there are so many excellent microbrews available, I don't make it much any more.

There's a lot of truth to the old joke: Q: How is making love in a canoe like American lite beer? A: both are F....n close to water.
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I'm with @NattyBo on this one, although I would trade Iron City for Old German. Yuengling use to be my go-to until I moved next to the brewery and enjoyed it too much.

I generally just drink the cheapest beer that is made locally. Not cheap but I'm on a Troegs kick right now.