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  1. #176
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    If you like coffee and you like beer, odds are you'll like this one.

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    Had the sour saison at maui brewing company a few nights ago. Incredible and refreshing! Sorry no Picts

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    Sour Saison sounds interdasting.

    I filled a used white wine barrel with an experimental saison a couple weeks ago. Really looking forward to trying it.
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    Had a beer yesterday that I probably haven't had in at least a decade: Ayinger Dunkel. Very tasty if you're in the mood for a malty, sweetish, but fairly light-bodied beer. Fairly cheap, too.

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    ^ speaking of beers one hasn't had in a long time, I had me a Guinness Stout after a full day of summer lift-served skiing at Mammoth back in mid-June.
    I quaffed it down in about 3 pulls. Forgot how creamy and smooth it is.
    Made for a solid apres libation.
    Still have not visited the mecca (brewery in Ireland), though...
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    A friend of mine is a food blogger and she's been in LA this week hanging out with Danny Trejo.

    He has a custom made cerveza for his chain of Taco restaurants.

    The tap at the restaurants is a machete!

    I have no idea how the beers are from the brewery that's making it (Lincoln Brewing) nor have I tried it, but Danny Trejo seems like a cool bloke and I like a lot of his work (acting)...

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    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  8. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Had a beer yesterday that I probably haven't had in at least a decade: Ayinger Dunkel. Very tasty if you're in the mood for a malty, sweetish, but fairly light-bodied beer. Fairly cheap, too.
    Noice.

  9. #184
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    Sour Saison sounds interdasting.

    I filled a used white wine barrel with an experimental saison a couple weeks ago. Really looking forward to trying it.
    That sounds awesome! I hope you enjoy how it turns out.

    The MBC sour saison had more emphasis on the “sour” and less on the saison per my palette and experience with the styles.

  10. #185
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    Sour.

  11. #186
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    You know I thought I didn’t like sours but I had one in the tasting room at Ommegang and it was surprisingly not awful
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    It’s that time of year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    That sounds awesome! I hope you enjoy how it turns out.

    The MBC sour saison had more emphasis on the “sour” and less on the saison per my palette and experience with the styles.
    We filled a keg off the barrel. INCREDIBLE TASTE. There are tart almost sour notes and a full on chardonnay flavor profile along with oak. Actually think it will be better the more we refill it and the wine flavor falls to allow the saison to also come thru. We took it to a local craft beer fest and several brewers were saying it was the best beer at the show.

    Also have a smaller bourbon barrel filled with a golden ale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    We filled a keg off the barrel. INCREDIBLE TASTE. There are tart almost sour notes and a full on chardonnay flavor profile along with oak. Actually think it will be better the more we refill it and the wine flavor falls to allow the saison to also come thru. We took it to a local craft beer fest and several brewers were saying it was the best beer at the show.

    Also have a smaller bourbon barrel filled with a golden ale.
    Fuck yes. That’s awesome!

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    Yeah, Utopias should not have been marketed as a beer.

    Its even higher than barley wines.

    Sam does really interesting stuff and has been pushing the limits of brewing almost from day one.
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    Great Divide's Hibernation Ale is back on the shelves again. Maybe my all-time favorite winter seasonal.

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    Enjoying a lovely Pumpkin Saison from Dragon's Gate Brewery (Milton-Freewater OR). Wished I'd picked up two growlers now.
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    2015 ode du Bruin
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    I'm appreciating this move towards more Porters and dark lagers from small brewers, I'm so over the IPA overhopped thing and sours = meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I'm appreciating this move towards more Porters and dark lagers from small brewers, I'm so over the IPA overhopped thing and sours = meh.
    Are you 'so' over it. Geezus, you hangin' with your daughter's friends too much lately bro.

    All styles of beer are good/great if brewed properly.

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    Was nearby so I popped into Industrial Arts Brewery to see if they had any stouts currently. No stouts but the Winter Landscape dark lager was pretty damn good. I really do wish they’d bring back their coffee stout though.
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    Any pics of the brewery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Are you 'so' over it. Geezus, you hangin' with your daughter's friends too much lately bro.

    All styles of beer are good/great if brewed properly.
    LOL. They're juniors now so I am spending more time around college kids than I have in 30 years.

    I (mostly) agree. It was time for a move away from the ever present NE IPA's.

    I just finished a 6er of For Pete's Sake from Duclaw Brewing, it's a kickass Imperial Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter. If you see it buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    LOL. They're juniors now so I am spending more time around college kids than I have in 30 years.

    I (mostly) agree. It was time for a move away from the ever present NE IPA's.

    I just finished a 6er of For Pete's Sake from Duclaw Brewing, it's a kickass Imperial Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter. If you see it buy it.
    Sweet enough for vanilla ice cream floats?

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