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  1. #1951
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    Wow, this stuff is good! First IPA I've ever had out of a can. Well worth seeking out.


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    Dale's Pale Ale
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    MIkkeller Invasion IPA. New favorite.

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    Damnation Batch 23 from a Chimay glass

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    Scuttlebutt Brewing Companies 10 Below. Great winter Ale from Everett Wa.

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    Long Ireland Winter ale brewed by Long Ireland Brewery Riverhead NY

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    Right now, a 22 ouncer of Stone Brewing’s 15 Escondidan Imperial Black IPA. Amazing stuff, seriously delicious, and as expected the 10.8% ABV ensures a lift of one’s spirits.
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    Lots of water! KFC killed me.

    For hangover with severe headeache i recommend you romanian palinca or tuica. Works like a charm!

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    I have been enjoying Lake of Bays Rousse Red Ale. A tasty brew from Baysville Ontario. Try some if you get the chance. C

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    good old bud light

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    Sometimes I can use a beer break (plus, I'm a sucker for fine red wine)

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    Pliny the elder!!
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    Lagunitas IPA

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    Right now I am enjoying a 22 ounce bottle (poured in my trusty MTBR pint glass) of Schmaltz Brewing’s Jewbelation 15 15th Anniversary Ale—15 malts, 15 hops, and 15% ABV. Loopy stuff for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Right now I am enjoying a 22 ounce bottle (poured in my trusty MTBR pint glass) of Schmaltz Brewing’s Jewbelation 15 15th Anniversary Ale—15 malts, 15 hops, and 15% ABV. Loopy stuff for sure.
    I was fortunate enough to find that on tap, so I could try a 5oz sample rather than the 22oz bomber. Props to them for getting to 15%, but it was a little much for me. Maybe it just needed to open up a little, but I couldn't taste a thing.

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    I'm living in Japan, so I have to make do with the local produce, Asahi, Sapporo, Suntory... Foreign beers come at a premium, but we do get Hoegaarden, Leffe and Guinness at some of the supermarkets.

    Recently been drinking the Seven Eleven and Suntory collaboration beer called "The Brew"

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    Westvleteren 12 (2009)

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmisio85 View Post
    I'm living in Japan, so I have to make do with the local produce, Asahi, Sapporo, Suntory... Foreign beers come at a premium, but we do get Hoegaarden, Leffe and Guinness at some of the supermarkets.

    Recently been drinking the Seven Eleven and Suntory collaboration beer called "The Brew"
    Here you go, from rate beer's list of best beer bars in the world. One in Tokyo Japan:

    Bakushu Club Popeye, Tokyo,

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBrider View Post
    I was fortunate enough to find that on tap, so I could try a 5oz sample rather than the 22oz bomber. Props to them for getting to 15%, but it was a little much for me. Maybe it just needed to open up a little, but I couldn't taste a thing.
    Yeah man, more ABV is not always better. I thought it was a hot mess myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    Wow, this stuff is good! First IPA I've ever had out of a can. Well worth seeking out.
    If you like stouts, check out their Old Growth Imperial Stout. An awesome beer!

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    Finally got some! Interesting taste, but I kinda like it.
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    just had a bottle of Stockyard Oatmeal Stout...

    nothing spectacular about this one - but on the other hand this was emminently drinkable...

    sometimes a pleasant brew that only aspires to be enjoyed with a burger is under appreciated - but I'll give it 3 smiley faces
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    Dog fish Head

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    Currently supping a pint of Carling whilst watching the FA Cup on telly.....lovely

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    Right now I am enjoying a 22 ounce bottle (served in a glass, of course!) of Stone’s 15 Escondidan Imperial Black IPA. One of my favourites in the recent months.
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    Just put my girl to bed and digging into a few Hop Czars.

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    My in-law's last Sam Adams Special Edition Double IPA.

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    I'm drinking my new favorite: Red Racer IPA!

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    chimay blue!!!

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    Coors Light but I'd rather be drinking a Guinness Extra Stout

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    Dogfish Head 90min IIPA
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    Guinness Draught
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    Sierra Nevada celebration ale

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    Gettin Schlitz Faced!

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    Just finished a Lagunitas Maximus...working on a hopslam now. Somewhat disappointing, not as good as last years.

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    Water. (sorry!)

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    Dragonhead Stout, Orkney...
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    Dragonhead Stout, Orkney...
    That beer scares me.

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    Nøgne-Ø Imperial Stout...

    Nøgne-Ø Imperial Stout from Norway.

    OK, I'm posting this at 8:00 am PST - but I did not just drink this for breakfast! (didn't get around to posting last night). Beer, it's not just for breakfast anymore!

    A nice write up on Beer Advocate on this one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xfimpg View Post
    That beer scares me.
    Yea, I don't know if you mean the label, or the dense black impenetrable inky darkness of the pour...

    But only 4% ABV, so almost like Coors Light, right????

    Unlike some that go in the 9% and higher range...

    Of course, some people equate Stouts and Porters to a handful of dirt thrown into a glass of motor oil topped off with a generous squirt of donkey piss... but I say Mother's Milk my friend, Mother's Milk...

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    Golden Monkey. On a weeknight!

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    Carlsberg, my favourite beer

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    If I keep going into the night its Wild Turkey 101 and coke or dry. Best Bourbon ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abacojeff View Post
    Yea, I don't know if you mean the label, or the dense black impenetrable inky darkness of the pour...

    But only 4% ABV, so almost like Coors Light, right????

    Unlike some that go in the 9% and higher range...

    Of course, some people equate Stouts and Porters to a handful of dirt thrown into a glass of motor oil topped off with a generous squirt of donkey piss... but I say Mother's Milk my friend, Mother's Milk...
    Golden Monkey= 9.5%. Rich hops taste. I need to go to bed soon.

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    Had a SA latitude 48 IPA, not to big a fan of IPA, but it was really good. Paired very nicely with Thai chicken Pizza.

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