Official Endorsements

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  1. alpinetrout

    alpinetrout Banned or Parked

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    I think it's time to vote for the official beer of washingtonflyfishing.com. Let's see what people have to say.

    (Maybe we'll get some free product from the winner??)
     
  2. DW

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    It'd have to be Coors Light!

    - DW
     
  3. Dan Reynolds

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    A good and skunky Grolsch will seperate the men from the boys!
     
  4. alpinetrout

    alpinetrout Banned or Parked

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    A few years ago I was fishing in the Scottish Highlands and went to a store where they were giving away a free can of Grolsch with every Caffrey's you bought. It's pretty bad when they have to give it away for free.
     
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    Second on the Coors Light. Can't have anything too fancy when you're out on the river.

    Calvin :YUM
     
  6. flyfishnm

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    Fat Tire

    :LOVEIT
     
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    Can't go wrong with good old BUD!
     
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    FAT TIRE!! :YUM
     
  9. jabseattle

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    COORS LIGHT GETS MY VOTE
     
  10. troutpocket

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    Busch tall-boys! Really compliments a fire-charred Johnsonville.
     
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    I pack a long rod, and I'm not afraid to use it!

    ROOT Beer. :WINK
     
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    Coor's Cutter. I'm diabetic.
     
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    Have any of you guys experienced the magic of Fat Tire Ale?
    It's simply amazing :LOVEIT :BIGSMILE :TONGUE

    ~Ryan
     
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    I vote for Henry's Rootbeer
     
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    jabseattle jabs

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    If we are talking micro's. My vote will have to be Mirror Pond Ale :YUM
     
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    I am also a big fan of Mirror Pond, but Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is my fav! :TONGUE
     
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    Mac and Jacks will do!
     
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    I would have to make a vote for fish tale brewery in olympia. Couldn't decide on a particular brew from them, but they are all excellent. The wild salmon pale ale has part of the profits going to salmon restoration efforts, as well as being an excellent refresher on hot summer days. They have even sponsored a local river cleanup project and provided us with plenty of free brew.

    An excellent brewery, supporting a good cause.
     
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    I knew you guys were a bunch of yuppies at heart (fat tire, mac&jack's). Those are all fine when you are sitting around waxing the Beamer...

    But nothing beats a warm Schmidt that has been in your backpack all day (makes it nice and frothy). If you get the cans with the bass or the trout artwork you are practically guaranteed to catch fish. :THUMBSUP

    Not to mention the fact that the cans are camoflaged and won't reflect sunlight to spook your fish. Hahahahahahahah

    Come on, who's with me on the animal beer?
     
  20. DEREK

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    You bring Mac and Jacks and your welcome on my boat any time. It is not easy to come by in the Olympia area.

    My last experience with a Mac and Jacks was at Safeco feild where I had to cough up $6 for a cup. I had to borrow a buck 50 from a friend even. When they gave me the cup, I swear there was not even eight ounces in there. I was dissapointed and felt jipped. But then I took a small sip (you don't chug beer at 75 cents an ounce). This was one of those defining beer moments, where you are left speachless. I have talked about that beer for a couple months now, with very little in the way of prodding to coax it out of me. Even as I type this now, I can't find the words to express haw good that cup was. I'm at work, I'm salivating and I just need to stop thinking about it. All I can say is, If I had another 6 bucks in my pocket, I would have easily given it up for another 7 and 2/3 ounces.
     

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