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  1. #76
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    currently sipping and immensely enjoying this one.



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    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Currently all about stout.

    This stuff is pretty good, and cheap!


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    Hi Neighbor!

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    FKNA

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    Pretty, pretty, pretty good. Super smooth for a 9%er


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    Gonna be cracking a Deschutes Black Butte XXIV in a few hours.

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    Dark Horse Too Cream Stout, another great brewery out of the mitten state.

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    As much as I love a dark lord or such, dry Irish stouts still keep me coming back ( little smoke, menthol, saline).
    O'haras was great in Ireland.
    As its really cold now, I'll have to go dig out a RIS now.

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    Holy shit! Long time no post, dude!
    "You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning".

    -Scottish Proverb

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    Growler? best thing idea or worst invention in history???

    Narwhal FTMFW!!!!
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    It makes perfect sense...until you think about it.

    I suspect there's logic behind the madness, but I'm too dumb to see it.

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    One of my favs now in cans!

    And a phenomenal stout I picked up on vacation to NM

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    Lagunitas Scare City #2 rye Porter Cocoa. Sure it's not a stout...but drink it anyways...FANTASTIC!!!

    One of those beers that make you say: "Goddamn....that is why I drink beer!"


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    It makes perfect sense...until you think about it.

    I suspect there's logic behind the madness, but I'm too dumb to see it.

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    A classic.

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    My current favorite

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    I picked up some La Noire Soeur over the weekend. It is drinkable. It has some interesting qualities. I wouldn't kick it out of bed. But not my favorite.
    Bill Weld for President, 2020

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    Stone/Alchemist woot stout on tap

    Holy fuck i hope its still here for lunch

    Bartender lied, I cant find any info saying its an alchemist collaboration but either way, all 13.5 % is delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    A classic.

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    This is the best one.

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    California vs. Colorado. OK, one's technically a porter, but I think they both fit the thread nicely.
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    Sometimes all you need is a Guinness


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    Good Morning from Treehouse just shot to the top of the charts. Guy that I work with scored a growler and said it was really really good.

    http://treehousebrew.com/beers/

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    All About Stout

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ID:	169487 wife is feeding little one in the parking lot-- so naturally I'm posting on TGR... Anyhow can't wait to get home and try this. Skeptical as Ninkasi has generally sucked the last several years...

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    Meh. It's good but not great. Way too malty for a milk stout.

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    Aass Gourmet Stout. And not just because the brewery has a cool name.


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    I fucking love it. Googles sez it's a Norwegian beer? Is it imported in the U.S.?

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