In partnership with CBSSports.com
The place for inside information on the Iowa Hawkeyes
The place to discuss general topics outside of Iowa
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
Me and a buddy were trying to decide what to drink one day, and we say a 32 pack of Bud Dry for a super cheap price and thought "how bad could it be".
turned out to be pretty nasty. didn't have too much and we both ended up having horrible headaches the next day.
what is the worst beer you have ever had?
It was probably one of my first. Icehouse. Just terrible.
i think it was steel reserve.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
Yeah I change mine to that.
i grew up in a small town, and things got around quick...I was pretty straight laced in high school, so I didn't really end up getting drunk until the day that i moved down to CR, and somebody from high school saw me at the apts at kirkwood and had me come over. the next two night were spent drinking like crazy. during the course of the evening, I was handed a Milwaukee's Best, and it didn't take me long to realize that it was nasty stuff.
I don't like the beast, but I think old mil is the best cheap beer ever made.
This. Steel Reserve actually tastes worse the more you drink it.
Sine Missione -- Never be a spectator for unfairness or stupidity, argue for arguments sake; the grave will give plenty of time for silence.
In 8th grade my buddy and I found some Hamms in a ditch. We were badasses and tried drinking it.
Generic light beer. Back in the day you could buy generic beer that was in a white can with the word "Beer" on the front of it. No brand name. It was brewed by the Falstaff company, and as bad as the generic beer was...the generic light beer was worse.
Actually, it was an expensive beer about 6-7 months ago in Key West. It was by Kona or something like that and it was a bad keg. It sucked so bad that they replaced it with another beer and told me they had some complaints. Really?
Life is hard. It's really hard if you're stupid.
Grain Belt - it was stored in the back of a bar in Cedar Rapids, probably for a very very long time. I bought four cases for four bucks.
You couldn't get drunk enough to drink it.
Its a tie for me... Ive never had Steel Reserve.
There once was a beer brewed in Warsaw, Illinois called "Burgermeister". I think they took the brewing water directly from the Mississippi a few mile past the Keokuk Lock and Dam. The WORST beer ever made. It was so bad that in my callow youth, when a car load of us would cruise the alleys in Fort Madison looking for open garages where cases of bottled beer might be stored, we REFUSED to steal "Burgy". For undrinkability, "Burgy" was closely followed by "Hamms" which was my parents favorite beer. Gad, I hated having to sneak a couple of those. Those two were the worst over my lifetime.
This post was edited by Froggydegremlin 19 months ago
I don't think i ever had the Red Dog, but i remember when they came out
Hands down the WOAT thing I've ever drank.
Just turrible. Non-drinkable.
Signature goes here
It tastes like dog piss and menstration mixed together.
I think the box said it was brewed with prunes. If by prunes they meant "the diarrhea of a heard of mutts with worms", then they were correct. I think it was like 9 bucks for a 30. I didn't buy it. The ice version was only slightly better. Worst hangover of my life, and I really didn't drink that much of it.
I don't what it was called exactly, but it was some german dark. I about threw up.
Steel Reserve is definitely horrible. I had a friend in college that was so poor that was all he'd drink because it was cheap and had a high alcohol content. Haha.
My wife turned 30 3 years ago and her brother bought her a 30 pack of you guessed it Beer 30. In the bottom of our crisper in the garage I think theres still 20-25 Beer 30's. The only reason I keep the shit around is for Beer can chickens on the patio otherwise the stuff is a instant headache in a can. Hamms is also a beer you would have to pay me to drink the stuff has such a foul aroma and aftertaste.
You shut your dirty whore mouth. Hamms is awesome.
Also, welcome aboard. Jerk.
Sterling Beer. yuck!
Der's brothers beer. No it all tastes the same to me.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports