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    Whats your dynamic Duo?

    Peanut butter and jelly, green eggs and ham, these tings go together. Lets get specific, with pictures of your beer pairing. Gooooo.

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    Nothing goes better with one of the finest IPAs than a slice from Taconellis Pizza in Philly. Its a thin crust, and garlickly, so the IPA isnt overpowering.

    If you went for ambiance, I may say a slice from pizza port, but we will leave the beer to the west coast and the pizza to the east coast.

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    homemade buffalo chicken pizza and a frosty cold New Belgium Ranger IPA

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    Ditto what jafstl38 said

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    Pizza and beer. Brilliant. I think we has consensous.

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    Hard to beat Stone IPA and a good pizza...

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    I'm going to catch hell for this I already know, so let me preface this by saying I'm a beer snob up there with the best of them but for my money nothing beats a tall iced cold bud light/miller lite/coors light with a ton of buffalo wings.

    (a few more posts before I can post a pic of hot wing goodness)

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    Right now, I'm diggin' a variety of Fall seasonals with Bratwurst. I got hooked on this as a Fall/Winter favorite at the Redhook Public House.

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    Barrel-aged stouts and dark chocolate, or Kriek and cottage cheese.
    A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. - Winston Churchill

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