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E36 (1991 - 1999)
The E36 chassis 3-Series BMW was a huge hit among driving enthusiasts from the first moment the car hit the pavement. The E36 won numerous awards over the years it was produced and is still a favorite of many BMW enthusiasts to this day! -- View the E36 Wiki

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Official e36 brew fest

i'm more familiar with wines, but am starting to venture into brews. figured i would start a thread.

so, whatcha drinkin??






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Paulaner is my favorite but it can be difficult to get here in the US.
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These are from back when I imbibed, like 40 years ago....so these are probably all long 'out of print':

Michelob Amber Bock draft...but they called it something else back in 1973. Not the Amber Bock they sell today. Smooth, creamy, never bitter.

Andecker Special Dark (made by Pabst). Not as smooth as Mich AB, but more kick.

I could swear I liked Paulaner Dunkel back then, but I don't know for sure if they were importing Paulander back then. Whatever it was, I loved it.

I like the sweeter, malty darks, not the ones loaded with hops

Except for the draft Michelob, I bought my beer at a specialty shop in Oxford, AL. It was at the end of the subdivision where I lived, about 50 yards from my front door. A bit too convenient, The drinking became a problem.
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drinking this tonight:http://wolaversorganic.com/beers/oatmeal-stout


I like it. anyone else try this?? like it?? not like it??



any recommendations for similar??





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Never seen that brand before. I would be surprised if you could get a hold of this over there, but Mission Brewery from San Diego makes an RIS that I bet you would likely enjoy if you are liking the dark stouts. It's damn good, called Dark Seas.

For something much easier to get a hold of, try Ommegangers Three Philosophers. Very complex, not an easy drinking beer, but real interesting with different pairings.

When I want to just have something easy, I reach for hefeweizens or red ales. Erdinger makes good hefs that are fairly easy to find.

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