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    Pyramid Snow Cap rocks.

    ...that is all.

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    2nd that...

    Now if they would go back to their old label...

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    It's pretty good...but the NW has a few winter ales that top that IMO, starting with Ninkasi Sleighr

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    Didn't see it this year at the usual stores I shop at. Knew I was missing one of the usual seasonal brews but couldn't remember which one...

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    Is that available throughout the country?

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    I don't know. My wife brought me a six-pack on the plane trip back from the Northwest.

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    I like Jubelale too.

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    I've always been partial to Shiner Bock or Dos Equis myself, although the drink of choice with friends seems to be Bud Light, although one of them seems to enjoy thinking he's cool for liking random ales, as if it were some competition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIS
    I like Jubelale too.

    Yeah, that's another good one.

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    I'm looking forward to Jubel 2010. First time in 10 years that they've released a "Super-Jubel" from their Reserve Series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIS
    I'm looking forward to Jubel 2010. First time in 10 years that they've released a "Super-Jubel" from their Reserve Series.
    If it's anything like their Mirror, Mirror then it's going to kick some serious butt!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    If it's anything like their Mirror, Mirror then it's going to kick some serious butt!!!
    I think that everything in their Reserve Series is pretty fantastic, but They Abyss is by far my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIS
    I think that everything in their Reserve Series is pretty fantastic, but They Abyss is by far my favorite.
    Was Mirror, Mirror a limited version or Mirror Pond? I fvcking love the regular stuff, need to try the reserve version then. The Abyss and Black Butte XXI are both phenomenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardtails Are Better
    Was Mirror, Mirror a limited version or Mirror Pond? I fvcking love the regular stuff, need to try the reserve version then. The Abyss and Black Butte XXI are both phenomenal.
    Mirror Mirror is an oak aged double Mirror Pond barley wine (11% abv) that is simply to die for


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    Yup.

    We found Mirror Mirror to pair very well with holiday (Thanksgiving and Christmas) type meals.

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