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William
Tue Jan 14 2014, 07:04PM
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As some of you may already know, I will be getting married within the next few months. I'm trying to determine which beers to offer. I have 2 problems: money and 170-200 guests. We will have one bartender behind a pair of tables and will have to supply all the resources. I think our best option will be to have cans/bottles. I really wanted a couple smaller kegs of good beer, but keeping them cool and the hassles with the kegs themselves are causing me to revert to cans/bottles.

What I'm wondering is what to offer and how much variety? Right now, I'm thinking 4 types. I was really hoping to avoid Bud/Coors/Miller, but is that something I should offer?

Edit: I currently have a bit of hard liquor and will also be providing a red and white wine.

I am considering:
Abita Amber
Blue Moon
Corona
Modelo
Sam Adams
random six packs?



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Tue Jan 14 2014, 08:33PM
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Don't know what is available where you live, but amongst 'bargain' beers I enjoy PBR, Rainier, and Yuengling and would serve them to any group of friends. Old Milwaukee seems to be pretty decent also. I think they are the types of beers that can enjoyed by anyone from the "light beer only" crowd to the "double IPA only" crowd. ...and they won't break the bank. I can't get Yuengling in Wyoming, but PBR and Rainier are in the 50 cents per 12 oz serving range ($70-80 for a 15.5 gallon keg if you decide to go that route).

Congrats on getting married!
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Congratulations, William! Well, to be on the safe side I would have some variety of Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite. No use getting too fancy with beers that the guests won't drink. You might want to provide a few "premium" beers like Dos Equis or Guinness. You won't need much, because most people won't touch it, anyway.
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Thanks guys!

I was afraid of that Jay .

I'm thinking I should limit it to 4 choices and I think it might be these:
Bud light or Coors light
Abita Amber
Blue Moon
a stout

Question 1: Now, what do yall think? Bud light or coors light? If I had to pick one, that is.

Question 2: Which stout should I provide? I'm thinking something decent like Old Rasputin, NOLA Irish Channel, or something along those lines.
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I would only buy a six-pack of stout, maybe Guinness, because that would appeal to more people. Corona Extra or Dos Equis might also move a little bit, due to their perceived "specialty" status. Blue Moon is another good choice. Abita Amber, too. I've gone to too many gatherings, bringing nice beers, only to have them out-of-hand rejected in favor of "good" beers, like Coors Light.
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Good luck with the wedding William!
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Thanks guys!
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