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Two questions for you:
1.) What changes offensively and defensively do you expect to see with new coaching regime?
2.) Is there a better beer than Spotted Cow?
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1) Offense- some pistol and QB runs, faster WRs, and I would suspect some more passing but not a ton more.
Defense- 3-4, aggressive, cover corners, more athletic safeties, and better athletes
2) Yes, Sprecher makes the best beer.
Somebody should tell Lance to sack up and come clean
New Glarus Brewery. After the announcement the radio guys thought that DJ was a solid 6'5
Yes. New Glarus makes great stuff, but I would actually say Spotted Cow is one of their worst beers (doesn't mean its bad by any stretch). Give me Moon Man, Totally Naked, Two Women, Dancing Man and Fat Squirrel all over Spotted Cow. A ton of their Unplugged series are amazing as well.
This is the wrong answer. There's better than Spotted Cow, but id go with other New Glarus and Leinies than Sprechers. Capital brewery is a good time too
If God dwells inside us, like some people say, I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting
all cheap beer, a small step up over bud and miller. Actually Wolfie some of this Yooper beer is good. Expensive, especially with the bottle deposit, but good and high alcohol content. New Holland being my go to brand.
Kewenau (butchered the spelling) is main one, but Marquette has some fantastic microbrews that have popped up recently
Love me some Summer Shandy
This post was edited by curtrambus 12 months ago
Spotted Cow = the most overrated Wisconsin beer, hands down. It's not a bad beer, but there's simply nothing special about it, relative to the hype. Among state breweries, considering quality breadth and value, I'd go with Lake Louie, Ale Asylum, and Central Waters.
Also, next time you guys are in Madison, swing by Karben4 at the old Ale Asylum. Very new, but their beer is incredible. Probably the best porter I've ever had.
This post was edited by Casey Olbrantz 12 months ago
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Agree on Karben4....great beer (I also liked the porter) and a neat atmosphere. I love me some Spotted Cow though, I don't think it's overrated at all.
Allagash Curieux - Bourbon barrel aged trippel. Just find it somewhere and drink it.
I mean, I had Spotted Cow at my wedding... I think it's good, I just don't think it's worthy of being the "flagship" Wisconsin craft beer.
I prefer Wisconsin Amber from Capital Brewery
it all depends on what you like in beer and what you want it for. hell even coors light serves a purpose. I am in the crowd that has spotted cow in high esteem. I just like it that much, but i am sure if i could get it whenever i wanted my opinion could be altered. This coming from a guy who loves Capital Brewery Supper Club. Ha
Re the brew:
1. Have you tried St. Bernardus or Chimay? Those Belgian monks sure know what they're doing, and must have whipped around the beads hard to have come up with such delectable beverages!
2. For domestic, to me it's Sam Adams Boston Lager, hands down. (Sorry to be such a traitor to Miller; and here, I used to work there. MGD isn't bad, though).
Michelob and Bud Light, however? I wouldn't feed that slop to a hog - not even one from Ark-an-saw.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by LoneStarJR 12 months ago
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