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    I was in a Ruby Tuesday's here in littleton and they Yeunglings on tap so I had a glass. I think the name should be changed to Yuk-lings, it was not good. It could have been the lines but I dont know. Maybe you all in PA just have terrible taste in beer. Sorry please no hate mail.

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    You're probably not getting the stuff brewed in Pottsville. I was in Tampa and ordered a "lager" and it tasted much different. The "lager" in PA is from the real place. Chances are if you're getting it outside of the Keystone State, you're getting the "newer" breweries, like one brewed in Tampa.

    Sometimes the lines have something to do with it, there's a place here in St. Paul where Leine's doesn't taste like it does down the street.

    "Lager" is truly my favorite beer.

    Add: Look what happened to Rolling Rock. No longer the same beer it was when brewed in Latrobe. Now the bottle says "St. Louis." It's an abomination.

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    I've had Yeungling in PA and it tasted pretty much the same as it did in NC. I don't see what the big deal was, it wasn't bad but definitely wasn't anything to write home about.
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    I guess to each is own. I swear by the stuff, well, not exactly ... I swear after drinking the stuff.

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    I think Yeungling is a great beer. I got a case in my fridge.

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    I've had the Pottsville, Pottstown, Reading, PA what have you version. It's ok. It's like Shiner Bock in Texas--a decent beer but the locals love it beyond reason.
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    I guess I didn't know that Rolling Rock had changed hands, but I was surprised recently when I drank one for the first time in a long while and noticed how bad it seemed compared to several years ago.
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