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  1. #401
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Is that UC on the rocks???

  2. #402
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    Those other beers thread

    Ayuh , perfect combination of hydration and alcohol for tournament play when you donít want to go too far over center but need to stay looseÖ. Or something like that.

  3. #403
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    This is a must try if you ever happen upon a bottle

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  5. #405
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    $28 for a Sam Adams!?!?
    Restaurant says price was an error, changes it back to $18...
    $18 for a Sam Adams!?!?
    Plus an automatic 10% Covid surcharge?


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

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  6. #406
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    Gawd I havenít flown anywhere in 6 years. Lol. Guess itís about a buck an ounce for half-craft. Bleh.


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  7. #407
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    fruity

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  8. #408
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    Those other beers thread

    Here is a very good local Stout from Log Tavern Brewery in Milford, Pa. (peanut butter seems to be a new trend)

    If anybody is familiar with Fiddleheadís Hodad (a favorite)Ö..this offering is a very close 2nd.Click image for larger version. 

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  9. #409
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    Might be a top ten beer of all time for me.

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  11. #411
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    Goddamn. Enough said.

    Any California based mags wanna send me a bottle in exchange for coffee??

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  12. #412
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    Victory now in cans

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  13. #413
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    Enjoyed this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Enjoyed this one!
    That looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackstraw View Post
    Enjoyed this one!
    Goddamn, I've never seen that in a can before. Best stout ever made by Sierra Nevada. Comes close to the Firestone Walker stouts (Parabola, I'm looking at you) at like 1/3 the price.

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  16. #416
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    Yeah, I go to our little craft beer store and just tell the owner what I'm looking for in a beer and he tells me what to buy.

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    Not a big Stone fan normally but like this one.

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  18. #418
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    Mmmm mmmm mmm the Porter, Dark Lager and Stout game is strong this year. There's sooo many options all of a sudden, from nothing but IPAs the last 8 months to *boom*

    Do dark beers make me look fat(ter)? because I've been drinking a lot of them

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    The barrel aged flights at the new BBCo space are amazing.

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  20. #420
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    This was good.

  21. #421
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    Who else has a beer advent calendar?

    My at home consumption is typically trapist ales or cheap Swiss lagers.

    Last couple years my wife has gone to the local beer shop to put together a mix and match case full of off the wall new school brews as an advent calendar.

    Week one has been off to a good start with a couple different ipas (sour, east coast style, milkshake whatever that means), lambic, a pils and a porter. Each from a different country as well.

    Standouts so far were the kvaszilla sour ipa from To Ol and the milkshake passion from La Debauche.

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  22. #422
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Don't Surf View Post
    Who else has a beer advent calendar?

    My at home consumption is typically trapist ales or cheap Swiss lagers.

    Last couple years my wife has gone to the local beer shop to put together a mix and match case full of off the wall new school brews as an advent calendar.

    Week one has been off to a good start with a couple different ipas (sour, east coast style, milkshake whatever that means), lambic, a pils and a porter. Each from a different country as well.

    Standouts so far were the kvaszilla sour ipa from To Ol and the milkshake passion from La Debauche.

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    Damn, solid work! Looks amazing.

    Drinking this tonight. Tastes like an oud bruin that was finished in bourbon barrels. 10/10.

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  23. #423
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    Merry Christmas

    Had our 2021 Beer Exchange last night. should be fun working thru these
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    This was tasty:


  25. #425
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    ^^^I'm usually pleasantly surprised with what I've tried from Boulevard. That one ^ sounds delicious.

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