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    A combination of red rye P A and dark horse crooked tree. Man do I ever love Michigan beer.
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    Right now? A 650ml bottle of Ballast Point Brewing Company’s Victory at Sea coffee vanilla imperial porter. Delicious stuff, and has a nice efficient 10% ABV to round things out.
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    NEWCASTLE!!

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    NUGGET NECTAR

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    Dogfish Head! of course!

    World Wide Stout by Dogfish head, Followed by a Sam Adams " Nobile Pils". I'd drink the DFH Stout all day if i could afford it.
    if beer is brewed by or named after a guy named Sam. You know it's going to be GREAT.

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    Moylans Kilt Lifter

    Dare I say, one of the finest brews ever to touch this tongue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akt42
    Dare I say, one of the finest brews ever to touch this tongue.
    It’s some delicious stuff, that is for sure. Their brewpub is right off of Highway 101 in Novato, surely you cannot miss that stop when you drive North from the Bay Area.

    Meanwhile, I am enjoying a delicious 750ml bottle of “Trader Joe’s” 2010 Vintage Ale (brewed by Unibroue in Canadia), a nice pleasing Belgian-style 9% ABV beer, at a rock bottom price of only $4.99 per bottle (the Campbell and the Lawrence/Prospect stores are the only ones who seem to carry it). Bargain BUZZ!!!
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    These are improving my pool game right now.

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    Right now, a Schmaltz Brewing’s Jewbelation Fourteen, which is brewed with 14 malts and 14 hops, and the ABV is a mighty 14%. Delicious stuff, has a kick to it!
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    Right now, a 650ml bottle of Ballast Point Brewing’s Victory at Sea seasonal coffee vanilla imperial porter, at a buzz-inducing 10% ABV.
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    Been drinking Blue moon winter abbey ale...good stuff : )

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    Affligem Triple. I'm happy to say it's working.

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    Last night had a Moylan's Kilt Lifter Scotch Ale. Not a huge fan, way too nutty for my liking. I guess that should be expected - lift a kilt, find some nuts.

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    Keeping it local this weekend: Sweetwater - Happy Ending & Terrapin - Hopsecutioner


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    7.2% ABV 93 IBU
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    Last night I had the pleasure of enjoying a few glasses of Pliny the Younger. I also drank some other Russian River brews, including a few of their belgian-style ales: Perdition, Mortification, and Rejection.

    Finished the night with a delicious, sour, Sanctification.

    Tonight's menu will consist of brews from Deschutes. I love SF Beer Week.

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    Homebrewed Belgian Dark Strong - 12.4%

    Lamenting that I can't seem to find the good stuff from Deschutes or Russian River locally.

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    Wild Goose - Snow Goose Winter Ale

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycleboy
    Homebrewed Belgian Dark Strong - 12.4%

    Lamenting that I can't seem to find the good stuff from Deschutes or Russian River locally.
    It may be worth the trip down to SB to stock up. A place called Keg 'N Bottle had a pretty good selection last time I was in the area.

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    650ml bottle of Ninkasi’s Tricerahops. The smell is amazing, the taste delicious—not “over” (that’s “uber” to you Germans) hopped though, the ABV% in the right place. Those folks in Eugene, Oregon, they satisfy!
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    Beck's!!!

    Best beer in the world, a friend from Germany brought it over

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    Dogfish Head 90.... double IPA It"s tasty but a notch below one of my favorites "Founders Double Trouble"
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