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    to each his own. haha. it is what it is.

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    to each his own. haha. it is what it is.
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    Newest offering from Surly Brewing (MN)




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    a variation on a jack and coke we call "sloco-loco."

    1 oz. Hochstadters Slow & Low
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    serve on ice in a highball glass

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    Samuel Adams Hopology, Latitude 48 IPA
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    Grand Teton Brewing Co's Black Cauldron Imperial Stout.

    Delicious, but is much better served in their tap room on Nitro. This will do though

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    One of the harder to find and most expensive epic beers!


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    Homebrewed left coast-style red ale. I call it Preacher Man Red. I also picked up a sixer of Alaskan Black IPA.

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    22-ouncer of Drake’s Draconic. 20 minutes earlier, it was a 22-ouncer of Drake’s Denogginizer. I’m gettin’ pretty tore up right now!
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    What are you drinking right now?

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    Shed Mountain Ale. One of Vermont's finest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerw View Post
    budweiser......never let ya down

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    Have you any idea about the diuretic agent used in the production of mass-produced beers such as Budweiser? Diuretics aren’t particularly good for the kidneys and bladder, and heavy drinking of “manufactured” beers (Budweiser, Coors, Miller, etc… list goes on) leads to a lot of health problems that a person associates with alcoholism-induced “diseases”. Please, for the love of your own body—please—try and steer away from that stuff. Don’t get me started about the low quality aspect of the ingredients that goes into that stuff also. Those popular manufactured U.S. beers have craploads of money—all they do is pump the money into marketing campaigns rather than the ingredients and brewing process—the end result is clever marketing campaigns that enthrall the television viewer who is subliminally sucked into buying the product.

    Sorry for the rant, I just think that people should look beyond the marketing aspect and find out what’s really in the swill they are consuming which is helping them slowly kill themselves. Ever wonder why people in the Czech Republic (highest consumption of beer in the world per annum) don’t die of cirrhosis and other chronic health issues? They don’t brew with the additives/filler/fluff/chemicals that the big-name breweries here in the U.S. use.

    Sorry, I ranted again. I am done now.

    Meanwhile, I am enjoying an ethically-aware-brewed Drake’s Brewing Drakonic Imperial Stout right now. Delicious stuff, and a nice 8.75% ABV helps the creativity flow from my brain down to the keyboard on my computer, unleashing untold volumes of splendiferous ponderings upon teh intarwebs.
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    Drinking the old stand by Sierra Neveda Pale Ale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Have you any idea about the diuretic agent used in the production of mass-produced beers such as Budweiser? Diuretics aren’t particularly good for the kidneys and bladder, and heavy drinking of “manufactured” beers (Budweiser, Coors, Miller, etc… list goes on) leads to a lot of health problems that a person associates with alcoholism-induced “diseases”. Please, for the love of your own body—please—try and steer away from that stuff. Don’t get me started about the low quality aspect of the ingredients that goes into that stuff also. Those popular manufactured U.S. beers have craploads of money—all they do is pump the money into marketing campaigns rather than the ingredients and brewing process—the end result is clever marketing campaigns that enthrall the television viewer who is subliminally sucked into buying the product.

    Sorry for the rant, I just think that people should look beyond the marketing aspect and find out what’s really in the swill they are consuming which is helping them slowly kill themselves. Ever wonder why people in the Czech Republic (highest consumption of beer in the world per annum) don’t die of cirrhosis and other chronic health issues? They don’t brew with the additives/filler/fluff/chemicals that the big-name breweries here in the U.S. use.

    Sorry, I ranted again. I am done now.

    Meanwhile, I am enjoying an ethically-aware-brewed Drake’s Brewing Drakonic Imperial Stout right now. Delicious stuff, and a nice 8.75% ABV helps the creativity flow from my brain down to the keyboard on my computer, unleashing untold volumes of splendiferous ponderings upon teh intarwebs.
    Yeah, that massed produced stuff is sick to drink. It reminds me of that massed produced food they fed us in grade school. That stuff will make you barf!

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    TRUTH!!!!!!!

    Shit like bud, coors light, Miller, or whatever I do not consider as *real* beer as that is not how beer was made before mass production stripped down peeee like that...

    I LOVE it when i get people on real beer and they can no longer drink the likes of "bud" because they discovered what is real.

    Btw i am typing this from the bar of a brewery so my post *might* be biased.....

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    What are you drinking right now?

    oh The other reason why u should drink and support real beer and especially breweries is because they are small and local...which makes them cool.

    and for other reasons like this:

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephxiii View Post
    TRUTH!!!!!!!

    Shit like bud, coors light, Miller, or whatever I do not consider as *real* beer as that is not how beer was made before mass production stripped down peeee like that...

    I LOVE it when i get people on real beer and they can no longer drink the likes of "bud" because they discovered what is real.

    Btw i am typing this from the bar of a brewery so my post *might* be biased.....

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    That's what happened to me. I started drinking Bud crack, then I started drinking real beer and I couldn't go back.

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    What are you drinking right now?

    Tonight featured home brewed American Brown, Dunkelweizen, ESB and Pale Ale. All while brewing a Pliny the Elder clone.

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    Founders Centennial IPA & New Holland Mad Hatter, both very tasty MI brewed IPA's

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    Two Brothers Brewing Co Warrenville, IL Ebel's Weiss.

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    Sam Adams Alpine Spring...not too shabby and was pretty refreshing after todays ride.


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    La Fin Du Monde

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    Jameson & Pepsi! Buuurrrrppp!

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    how can you wreck jameson like that?! j/k

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingbobyjr View Post
    Sam Adams Alpine Spring...not too shabby and was pretty refreshing after todays ride.


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    Sam Adams is stepping up with some new beers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishwrinkle View Post
    how can you wreck jameson like that?! j/k
    It is good stuff straight. But, I'm not that much of a drinker, so I have to cut it with something. Ginger ale is good too.

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    Prescribed Burn from Steamworks... one of my favorite beers. Yum!

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    Had a Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier and a Dragonmead Final Absolution Trippel over dinner. Both were great and some of my favorites, but I think I'll give the nod to the Hefeweissbier.

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    Captain 'n Coke, lol

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    Lagunitas Waldos' Special - 420 Gift Set



    Rarer find in Minnesota.

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    Lagunitas IPA.

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    Had to see what all the raving was about.........its damn good thats for sure

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    Fuller's Vintage Ale 2009! Pretty good though I think my improper storage didn't do it any favours.

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    What are you drinking right now?

    Moved to Germany today and am having my first dinner this eve - I think I'm going to love it here.

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    Monk in the Trunk Organic Amber Ale by Inlet Brewing

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    4peaks Raj IPA at the brewery

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    Societe "the madam" strong Belgian strong ale

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    Right now, I am three (3) 22 ounce bottles of Drake’s Denogginizer into my evening. Feeling great, mouth full of delicious hoppy goodness!!!
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    Kern River Single Track ale.

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    Just tapped my homebrewed Vienna Lager and Maibock. I am not disappointed.

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    I a fan of Samuel Jackson's Oktoberfest, but going for Harp Lager for unseasonal desperation.....equally as good.

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    After getting thrown from my bike into a tree last night, I capped off the weekend by sipping on a Sam Adams Noble Pils.

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    Rogue Hazelnut Brown finished out my Saturday night...

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    Bah, just a mere Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA. Too hot right now (86°F @ 8:07PM) to enjoy one of the Stone barrel aged barleywines I have waiting for a cooler day.
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    I dont know if you are familiar with this one, but I am drinking Red Horse right now.

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    Shiner Black Lager

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    22 ounce bottle of Drake’s Denogginizer. Never a disappointment.
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    Michelob Ultra. I'm pretty boring.

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    750ml bottle of Maredsous Tripel. Works for me!
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    Coors today.

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    What are you drinking right now?



    Superfuzz from Elysian Brewing

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    Brasserie Dupont - Biere Du Miel Biologique

    An imperial Saison with a healthy dose of hops. Very tasty. Some nice herbal flavours and a firm honey taste in the malt.

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    Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen. Hey, we're having some unseasonal weather for this time of the year, rather coolish for May in FL so what the hey?

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    I made a trip to Russian River Brewing Co yesterday. You might have heard of their DIPA, Pliny The Elder.
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    Imperial Beer from Costa Rica. My new favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEVERAKA View Post
    I a fan of Samuel Jackson's Oktoberfest, but going for Harp Lager for unseasonal desperation.....equally as good.
    Wait—what??? Samuel L. Jackson is brewing beer?
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    What are you drinking right now?

    Saw this at a local Getränkemarkt last night:

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    Victory Prima Pils

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    Belgian Abbey Ale home brew.

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    22 ounce bottle of Lagunitas Lucky 13. Nice!!!
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    Fifty West Coast to Coast IPA

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    What are you drinking right now?

    Sierra Nevada, being that's all the bar I am at sells that's worth a shite.

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    Stone Levitation Ale. Its a hop delivery system that transcends beer as a container.

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    Ninkasi Oatis currently, quite a surprising oatmeal stout for not much coin. As always though, class denotes a proper pour, leaving it in the bottle just does not do it justice.

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    New Glarus Spotted Cow

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    New Belgium Trippel last night...

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    Drinking a Green Flash Brewing Hop Head Red on tap at my house.

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    new holland dragons milk stout

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    22 ounce bottle of Lagunitas’ Lucky 13. For a red ale, this sure is meaty stuff. I like it!
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    When in Germany...


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    Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Aged Ale
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    new holland mad hatter ipa

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    I Hardcore You, collaboration between Brewdog and Mikeller. 9.2 IPA monster.

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    I started the evening with Stone Levitation which is smooth but nice and hoppy with crisp finish. I've since switched to Rogue Brutal IPA which is seriously lovely. Just hoppy enough to start to let you know it is indeed an India Pale Ale, but but finishes so silky and sweet and fruity that you might think you're downing a lambic!
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    22 ouncer of Stone Brewing’s Old Guardian barleywine style ale.
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    22 oz home brew... session IPA

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    Publix had the Sierra Nevada Pale Ale 12 packs for $12.99 so I couldn't resist!

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    I have just finished 5 bottles of Hopus. Its a trappist style Belgian beer. Emigrating from the UK to the Netherlands does have some serious upsides!

    Enjoy the Friday beers all.

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    Lagunitas Sucks....again. love it.

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    Rampant. Not bad at all for the price.

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    Ending a crappy work week with some Lagunitas Undercover something or other. I'd like to go night ride some trails right now but being a responsible cyclist is getting in the way of drunk riding.

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    Re: What are you drinking right now?

    Quote Originally Posted by AnonymouseTech View Post
    Ending a crappy work week with some Lagunitas Undercover something or other. I'd like to go night ride some trails right now but being a responsible cyclist is getting in the way of drunk riding.
    Love that stuff too. My store was out yesterday. I've also made the same tough choice after a few.

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