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    I'm currently drinking Leffe Brune, but was able to pickup a six pack of Bell's Hopslam yesterday. Wow, that's a potent beer!! Tastes great, smells very fruity, and 10% ABV.
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    Ok, so my original intent with this thread was to provide a place where people could ask for recommendations for any kind/style of beer. I got great replies on the Belgians, but I hope people will make use of this thread as well. To change directions a bit, what about milk/breakfast stouts? I've tried Founders, Elysian, and Widmer. If anyone has recommends, I'd be all ears. However, I'm not a beer trade/beer in the mail guy, so try and think of breakfast stouts that should be available in the Northwest.
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    Afligem duppel FTW!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin View Post
    I've tried Founders...
    If you've had Founders Breakfast it's all downhill from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Hungus View Post
    If you've had Founders Breakfast it's all downhill from there.
    Yeah, it's great. But hard to find where I live. I actually found the Widmer breakfast stout surprisingly good.
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    The Yeti stouts from Great Divide Brewery are all pretty good..
    the Chocolate and Belgian style being my favorites

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
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    Had a Corsendonk last week for the first time and it was fantastic.

    I recommend Leffe Blonde. They actually sell it in Publix grocery stores in Atlanta and it's very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin View Post
    Yeah, it's great. But hard to find where I live. I actually found the Widmer breakfast stout surprisingly good.
    Founders doesn't distribute to Oregon. Where are you getting it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin View Post
    Ok, so my original intent with this thread was to provide a place where people could ask for recommendations for any kind/style of beer. I got great replies on the Belgians, but I hope people will make use of this thread as well. To change directions a bit, what about milk/breakfast stouts? I've tried Founders, Elysian, and Widmer. If anyone has recommends, I'd be all ears. However, I'm not a beer trade/beer in the mail guy, so try and think of breakfast stouts that should be available in the Northwest.
    Have you had Left hand Milk Stout Nitro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmartino View Post
    Founders doesn't distribute to Oregon. Where are you getting it?
    Ah, so that's why I can't find it anywhere. I had a couple bottles in Alabama while visiting family. Almost made it worth the trip. Roll Tide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klurejr View Post
    Have you had Left hand Milk Stout Nitro?
    No, but I keep looking for it. I live in the middle of nowhere, and am thankful to have one "beer" store that carries a really unbelievable selection for where I live. This particular store sells more "ice" beer, weed pipes, and porn than craft beer, but they do have over 300 beers. It's kinda unreal actually. I can also ask if he can get particular beers, and he will, which is cool.

    I had a bottle of Big Sky Brewing's Cowboy Coffee Porter yesterday. Not a breakfast stout, and certainly not in the league of Founder's, but I thought it one of the better coffee porters I've come across, and certainly my favorite of the Big Sky beers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by racewrench View Post
    The Yeti stouts from Great Divide Brewery are all pretty good..
    the Chocolate and Belgian style being my favorites

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    They have the Chocolate at my beer store. I'll check to see if it's the barrel aged or regular. Thanks for the tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin View Post
    Ah, so that's why I can't find it anywhere. I had a couple bottles in Alabama while visiting family. Almost made it worth the trip. Roll Tide.
    Oh awesome, definitely a great beer - really too bad they don't distribute as they're one of my favorite breweries in the US. Worth the price of checking your luggage to bring some home!

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    Bernard here in Czech is an awesome tipple!

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