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    A Jim Beam and Diet Dr. Pepper! Yum!
    Hold my beer and watch this shit!

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    Ubu Strong Ale

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    I am currently making a pot of my world famous Chile Santo Marron so I am drinking one (Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron) while it simmers. After that I am going to open a Russian River Damnation. Then a Lost Abbey Angel's Share, or maybe an Abyss with dinner.

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    Well, I woke up this morning With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt and the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad So I had one more for dessert...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shwinn8
    Well, I woke up this morning With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt and the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad So I had one more for dessert...
    Dont forget 2 for lunch and desert then 12 for dinner and 3 desert.
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    just finished another


    and now enjoying


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    An old fashioned (w/ Bulleit bourbon)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94M400
    Went for a ride around town by myself. It was cold, wet, and even a bit snowy. But I stopped by our local six pack shop and warmed up with one of these guys. Delicious!

    Thank you victory!
    just had one myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tl1

    I found both of these at Holiday Market in Royal Oak MI where my daughter happened to start working a few weeks ago. They have, by far, the best selection of beers of any place in lower Michigan that I've seen. Worth a trip if you're close enough.

    http://www.holiday-market.com/
    Thanks for the recommendation. We swung by there on Saturday and I picked up:

    Bells: Winter White Ale, Christmas Ale and Double Cream Stout
    Stone: Vertical Epic 10:10:10
    DFH: 90 Minute IPA and a World Wide stout

    Best of all, even though I declared 24 beers (which was true) coming back into Canada the border guard waved me through

    The Christmas beer cellar is shaping up nicely.

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    soon to be tasting these, and there's a 4 pack of Chimay red in the fridge.


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    I am currently enjoying a Full Moon winter abbey ale

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    750ml bottle of Chimay Grande Reserve, in my trusty Chimay glass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by normapomero
    Nescafe Decaf Coffe makes Starbucks taste and feel like drinking water.
    I hear there is only crappy beer in China, care to elaborate? I like SPAM.
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    Gonna hafta try this highly touted Dogfish Head Brew
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    Oh Dogfish Head it the titz when it comes to awesome brew.

    Just finished off a Chateau Jiahu a few days ago, which was awesome.





    Followed her with a Stone Brewing Old Guardian Barley Wine, Delicious.



    Now, on my afternoon off, I am nursing an old local standby, AVBC Hop Ottin' IPA.

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    Sailor Jerry on ice.

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    Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale - wonderful

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    saranac IPA
    What mountain bike forum do pirates use? .....



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    It's 8:02. I just finished my second Pitaat Ale. I'm going to bed.

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    Fruit punch four loko

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    Quote Originally Posted by that dude
    Fruit punch four loko
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    Weyerbacher Blithering Idiot...good stuff

    next up is Troegs Mad Elf!!!!

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    It's a PBR night.

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    Mr. Krabs: Is it true, Squidward? Is it hilarious?

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    Had some Lagunitas Hop Stoopid last night. That stuff is fantastic.

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    I'm getting so wasted, I don't even know my name right now...hahahha

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    had a Stone CaliBelgique IPA last night. Really good. Not like a tripel, more IPAey, but excellent nonetheless. Finished the whole bomber.

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    Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber Lager
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57
    Flying Dog Old Scratch Amber Lager
    Flying Dog is good stuff, tried 4 highly raved Dogfish Head IPA and was not impressed with its sweet flavor but especially with the price. FD is a better brew than DF.
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    Samuel Adams Winter Lager......left over from the Thanksgiving party yesterday.

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    H2o0o0o0o00o00o0o0

    hopefully I'll dip into something a little more tasty this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [dB]Will
    H2o0o0o0o00o00o0o0

    hopefully I'll dip into something a little more tasty this weekend.
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    i am drinking this, which is a Wild Wonderful Tripel




    which before I drank a bottle of wild dog porter from the burbon cask whish was pretty dang tasttty.

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    Dogfish Head Theobroma... damn, it's tasty!
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    Feeling pretty good after only 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonraker
    Feeling pretty good after only 1.
    Time fer 5 more then.
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    Grain Belt Nordeast w/ Grandma's left overs
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    Lagunitas Brown Shugga.

    Drinking my first one, bought in a six pack. While I fully intend to drink the entire six pack(not tonight), I do keep going back and forth between "This tastes awesome!!", and "I think this tastes like crap!!". Luckily, it starts and ends with awesome, but just has a few flashes of crap in the middle.

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    Dogfish Burton Baton Imperial IPA

    Damn, that stuff is good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean salach
    Lagunitas Brown Shugga.

    Drinking my first one, bought in a six pack. While I fully intend to drink the entire six pack(not tonight), I do keep going back and forth between "This tastes awesome!!", and "I think this tastes like crap!!". Luckily, it starts and ends with awesome, but just has a few flashes of crap in the middle.

    Try the Little Sumpin' Wild ale. Much better than the Brown Shugga.

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    Schmaltz 14th Anniversary Jewbelation Ale. Holy crap, got a buzz off of one bottle. Then again, it’s a proper 650ml bottle @ 14% ABV. Very tasty, complex stuff of course!
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    I picked up a 6er of Mammoth Epic IPA over the weekend. Pretty tasty!

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    Deschutes Brewery Jubelale. One of best seasonal brews out there in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blanchardhawk
    Deschutes Brewery Jubelale. One of best seasonal brews out there in my opinion.

    Agreed. Super Jubel is even better, although I don't know why they serve it in smaller glasses with a 2 glass limit....3 pints of regular Jubel has more alcohol.


    Had some Pliny tonight followed by a Hop Stoopid from Lagunitas. Nothing like unwinding after a long day with some bitter bliss in a cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    Schmaltz 14th Anniversary Jewbelation Ale. Holy crap, got a buzz off of one bottle. Then again, it’s a proper 650ml bottle @ 14% ABV. Very tasty, complex stuff of course!
    Wow, I still have a bottle of the 13th Anniversary Jewbilation at 13%. I wonder how long they can keep it going for? 20?

    Currently enjoying Ballast Point Sculpin IPA out of the tap:

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    A bottle of MontGras Reserva from the Colchagua Valle, Chille - very nice!

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    Some eggnog with rum and scotch in it right now!
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    Grain Belt Nordeast
    Flying Dog In-Heat Wheat Hefeweizen

    My local liquor store has Widmer in stock specifically the Brrr, will have to try it next time.
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    Ballast Point Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss rides a lot
    Ballast Point Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Amazing.
    About to crack into a Sculpin IPA. Ballast makes some good beers indeed.

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    Long Hammer IPA. Kind of pedestrian compared with the last few posts, but loving it
    anyways.Yum!

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    I have the S hoping on draft right now. Been told there is a Shipwreck with my name on it, but haven't seen it yet.

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    Nothing special but enjoying a glass of Dogfish 60 minute.

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    redhook eisbock 28. never had one. this is some wicked awesome stuff.

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    2010 edition Schmaltz Brewing Jewbelation Fourteen (He’Brew, the Chosen beer). 14% ABV, 650ml, feeling good… of course, this one is following two 650ml bottles of Green Flash Brewing Barleywine (10.9%) and a Port Brewing Old Viscosity Ale (10% ABV), so I am feeling a bit on the festive/merry side right now.
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    This.

    Russian River does good sours.
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    2 bottles of fat tire last night.

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    Sierra Nevada Holiday Classic. On sale and tasting good.

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    Magic Hat's OddNotion w/ Hibiscus, out of the "wintertime" sampler.
    interesting brew

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    One of my favourites: Big bottle of Port Brewing’s Old Viscosity Ale. Nice heavy 10.0%ABV oak barrel aged deliciousness.
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    SamAdams Winter Lager... yummmmmmmmmm
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    Michelob Ultra. Not the greatest but I can justify a beer with under 3 grams of carbs when I'm on a low carb diet.

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    cup 'o joe
    Mary ss shenanigans

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob.char
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    Better than a plate ‘o steve, so I hear!
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    A cup of Earl Grey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss rides a lot
    Ballast Point Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Amazing.
    Interesting. I have been looking around for that stuff for about a month. Where did you find it? My local BevMo carried it last year, but I haven’t seen it around yet for 2010.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miss rides a lot
    Ballast Point Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Amazing.
    I have a bottle of that i've been waiting to open, excited.

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    Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale. Tis the season...

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    Russian River Consecration on tap. Sour, dry, and amazing.

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    Last night:

    my post on another forum about last night:


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    Seeing as of today I am officially done with school (unless I decide to get a degree in something else) I decided to celebrate with the Magic Hat Winterland seasonal 12-pack. Mmm...



    #9 (Not-Quite Pale Ale)
    Howl Winter Seasonal (Black Lager)
    Encore (IPA)
    ODD Notion Winter '10 (Hibiscus Red)

    I've had one of each so far and I love them all. That's all there really is to say.

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    HUB Abominable Winter Ale

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    Researching Belgian Dark Strong for my next brew project. . .

    Ommegang Three Philosophers. Quite good, but needs to be at the right temp to bring out the cherry flavors.

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    Smuttynose IPA. Nice beer. I bought the variety pack, we'll see how the others are.

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    Bad Elmer's Porter

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    Simpler Times lager. 6.4% alcohol by volume. $2.99 for a six-pack at Trader Joe's.

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    Point

    My personal favorite and it is the water!

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    Just had some Lagunitas Maximus IPA.

    Pretty friggin tasty, at 8.2% just a couple will do the trick.

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    had the dissident from deschutes on tap this evening. one of the best beers i've had this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iafr8e
    Just had some Lagunitas Maximus IPA.

    Pretty friggin tasty, at 8.2% just a couple will do the trick.

    Lagunitas is mighty fine

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    Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA and Sierra Nevada's Celebration Ale. MMMM Hops!

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    I guess I'm not very exciting.... Miller Lite in a can

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    650ml bottle of Schmaltz Brewing’s Jewbelation Fourteen (14 hops, 14 malts, 14%ABV). Kickass!!!
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    Last night was great:

    Started dinner with a DFH Punkin Ale, main course was a Delerium Tremans to wash down a 1/2lb Redcoat burger and onion rings and then I finished the night off with a DFH 90 Minute IPA.

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    Right now? right NOW?!?!??! OK, 650ml bottle of Port Brewing’s Old Viscosity Ale (nice strong 10% ABV). Beautiful beer. One of my all-time favourites. Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring—this beer doesn’t discriminate. 100% awesomeness factor regardless of the season.
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    just some moosehead it was on sale =)

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    A Leffe.
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    some really bad ass red wine


    It's healthy to drink a bottle to yourself..................HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    No worries............I'm not drinking by myself..............and I'm not driving anywhere tonight!!!!

    MERRRY FREKIN XMAS

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    sam adams imperial followed by dogfish 90 minute.now a harpoon Leviathan.never had one. we'll see.

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    still drinking red wine.................CAB is the best

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    harpoon leviathan triticus- it does the job, but that's about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker
    2010 edition Schmaltz Brewing Jewbelation Fourteen (He’Brew, the Chosen beer). 14% ABV, 650ml, feeling good… of course, this one is following two 650ml bottles of Green Flash Brewing Barleywine (10.9%) and a Port Brewing Old Viscosity Ale (10% ABV), so I am feeling a bit on the festive/merry side right now.
    love the name(he"brew the Chosen beer) shalom motherfu#^&r.

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    Last night: 1 pint of Stella and 2 pints of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
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    Maui Brewing 6th Sense IPA. Delicious.

    Merry Christmas from Maui!

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    Maui Brewing 6th Sense IPA. Delicious.

    Merry Christmas from Maui!

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    Green Flash Red Head Ale

    Quote Originally Posted by EBrider
    Green Flash West Coast IPA because I just got home and I have it on draft.
    I'm visiting family in Southern Cal. for the holidays very near to the Green Flash brewery so I bought some of this stuff at an Albertson's supermarket. It's really, really good. Nice red color with a really great hops flavor. The bottle says "Resinous hops characteristics" and I find that many beers I like a lot are described as having a "resinous hops flavor".

    Hop Head Red Ale

    Resinous hop character and bitterness balance the rich carmel malt base. We took it a step further and Amarillo dry-hopped the brew to 45 ibu's, creating refreshing and savory hop flavors and aromas. Is it red IPA? That's your call.

    ABV: 6% | IBU’s: 45

    http://www.greenflashbrew.com/our-beers.php

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    Fullers "Honey Dew" :-D
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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by lornibear
    A bottle of MontGras Reserva from the Colchagua Valle, Chille - very nice!
    It is a great wine!
    Greetings from the land of the best wine in the world!
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