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On the next Huddle Podcast .... Best Football Beer, Training Camp Tips, more...

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On Tuesday evening Sammi Jo and I will be sitting down with Jay Weezie from WFNZ. Jay also has a really great beer podcast he does , Cheers Charlotte. We will be discussing the best football brews with him. Also, fan fest and training camp tips, matchups, and the usual dose of nonsense and tomfoolery.

 

 

Your thoughts on your favorite football brew?

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I'm a filthy casual. Michelob ultra.

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Yay! I was just thinking it was about time for a new episode.


Just give me an ice cold Corona with lots of limes and I'm happy. Or hell, a bottle of Moscato will do it too.


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I get to my tailgate spot around 8:30Am. I drink roughly 8-9 Miller Lites while I cook before going into the game. Miller Lite is a great tailgate beer. When I'm at the house for road games then I will mix in an IPA. I'm not a hard core craft beer bro so for football tailgates I go with mass produced stuff.
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Bill's 2 hearted at home. At the games: Anything that isn't $11.
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I get to my tailgate spot around 8:30Am. I drink roughly 8-9 Miller Lites while I cook before going into the game. Miller Lite is a great tailgate beer. When I'm at the house for road games then I will mix in an IPA. I'm not a hard core craft beer bro so for football tailgates I go with mass produced stuff.



This is my strategy too. Miller lite is great for the long haul of day drinking. Can get down a bunch and feel energetic and ready for the game, whereas if I had 6-7 IPAs I would be ready for a nap.

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I look for something around 6% ABV. Pales and IPA at the beginning if the season switching to darker stuff like browns, porters and stouts in the fall. I try to keep enough home brew on hand to not have to buy commercial stuff and will even bottle it from my keg when going to a game.


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Nothing says football season to me like Sam Adams octoberfest. They start selling it in September right around when football is gearing up and it is one of my favorite beers.

In before everyone starts naming their favorite obscure microbrews.


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Miller Lite when tailgaiting or drinking for quantity. When I'm at home and only having a few I'll do IPAs in the summer (Bell's two hearted is the best) and stouts in the fall/winter (Duckrabbit Milk Stout being my fave.)
Truth be told, I drink Miller Lite about 90% of the time.


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I'm surprised none of the Charlotte people have mentioned Noda's Hop Drop 'n Roll.  That one seems to be more popular than water over there.

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