American "craft" brews are revealed as the UK's fastest growing beer trend

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After real ale, brewers cash in on trend for 'real lagers' | Society | The Observer

I'm not a fan of blue moon but certain brews like Anchor Steam, Yuengling, and Dock Street have certainly graced my glass a few times. No doubt there is a bit of ribbing indulged in this post however as I see beer may be a staple of squaddie life I'm curious to know if any of you have tried newer american brews and if you did, which you liked.
 
#2
After real ale, brewers cash in on trend for 'real lagers' | Society | The Observer

I'm not a fan of blue moon but certain brews like Anchor Steam, Yuengling, and Dock Street have certainly graced my glass a few times. No doubt there is a bit of ribbing indulged in this post however as I see beer may be a staple of squaddie life I'm curious to know if any of you have tried newer american brews and if you did, which you liked.
Yuengling is one of my favourites, although not really a 'craft' beer I think.

This little badger certainly caught my attention:



As did this one:

 
#3
I used to enjoy 'Fat Tire' and 'Moose Drool' on tap in the Buckeye bar, Bridger, MT. Trouble is your glasses are too small, so used a pitcher instead.
 

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