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    This

    and this


    Both are damn smooth and tasty.

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    back in the saddle again
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    Just cracked open a bottle of PBR here
    and I'm slurping from the CamelBak of h2o almost constantly as well.
    Just a Kitty cruisin' in the Rockies with her Pumpkin (TREK 820)

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    Keystone Light

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    did a mixnmatch 6 pack. did seirra nevada stout, porter, pale ale; land shark, brau pilsner and new b bothership.

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    650ml bottle of Lagunitas’ Gnarlywine. Very drinkable. Nice 10.6% ABV helps out the thought process a bunch, too!
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    Longhammer. Dude please mail me a triserihops that beer sounds killer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamwa1
    Dude please mail me a triserihops that beer sounds killer!
    Beeradvocate gives Tricerahops an “A-” rating:

    http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/14400/37966
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    Right now, I am enjoying a 750ml bottle of Maredsous Tripel Belgian Ale, in a Chimay glass. Delicious stuff, very unique, and the 10% ABV helps unclutter the brain.
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    Drinking a bomber of Sierra Nevada Hoptimum ... good stuff .... hammmered ....

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    Enjoying a pint of Sprecher Abby Triple and it is fanf%ckingtastic. And high alcohol to boot.

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    Mothership organic wit!

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    Right now, a 650ml bottle of Pizza Port Brewing’s Old Viscosity ale. It’s an incredibly dark ale, delicious stuff, and the 10%ABV ensures a nice buzz.
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    enjoying a can of Ska Modus Hoperandi IPA

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    Magners Irish Cider

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    Sierra Nevada Glissade...good stuff!!! Thought my first post should be in beer...yippee for me

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    LOL! Yeah, right now, at 2:27PM Pacific Time, I am finishing off a 650ml bottle of Abita Abbey Ale. For $4.99 a bottle, it’s a Belgian-style ale with great price/ABV performance (8% ABV). Not the best, but certainly drinkable.
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    Avery Salvation.

    I don't dislike it, but it's not what I expected. I get too much hop-forwardness for a Belgian Golden.

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    Magic Hat Vinyl my favorite next to #9
    Mr. Krabs: Is it true, Squidward? Is it hilarious?
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    Right now, I am finishing up a 650ml bottle of Ninkasi Brewing’s Tricerahops Double IPA Delicious, and does the job (8.8% ABV).
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    Right now, finishing up a bottle of Green Flash Brewing’s Barleywine Style Ale. Delicious, and a 10.9% ABV really guarantees a good time is to be had.
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    St. Bernardus Tripel with the appropriate glassware.

    From Drop Box

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    Just about the crack open a Atwater Block Pale Ale.

    Bought a sixer on Sunday as I hadn't had anything from them before.

    Not bad at all, not my favorite Pale Ale but it's quite satisfying.

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    Homebrewed 12.4% Belgian Dark Strong in my 25 Hours of Halloween mug!

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    Right now? Affligem Triple. The beauty is that each 750ml bottle (well, most Belgian ales do) comes with a nice bar plug end:



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    New Belgium Fat Tire.... How fitting.

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