That would be Shiner (http://www.shiner.com/), my eastern friend!Matt
When the men folk are not actively eating or drinking Lone Star (the National Beer of Texas unless you went to A&M when you drink Pearl/<s>Scheiner</s>), ....
A Bock, Lager, Kolsch, Hefeweizen, Dunkelweizen, and a couple of others.ELB, I stand corrected. Once can only claim a short exposure to the Hill County as pure ignorance. I have never had any respect for anyone who could not spell the same word three or four different ways in the same sentence! An a fine beer it is as I recall - a Bock if memory serves.
Alas, I am not truly indigenous -- Uncle Sam brought me here too, in 1998, and I "Texanized" as rapidly as possible: CHL, land, horses, pick up, VFD, stopped paying state income tax, etc. Alas I have not investigated BBQ guns to nearly the depth I have BBQ and Shiner! (That's why I piped up on the Shiner and not the guns)Being indigenous to those general parts (The Republic is a very big place), pehaps you could outline the difference between a true BBQ gun and a fully pimped special like an engrave and plated HiPointe with mother of pearly grips? Clearly there is some point of taste here.
I don't look so good when I'm blushing. Come to think of it, I don't look so good asleep, either. Or wide awake, for that matter, but thanks for the creative lies.1) All of Leland Rays stuff is top notch! A man of taste, education and distinction. An artist and gentleman.