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    OT: Whole Foods 20% Beer Sale 1/27

    Whole Foods is having another of there 20% off entire beer stock next Friday. They use it to clear all their back stock and they usually pull out some great stuff hidden back there!

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    Awesome, thanks for the heads up man!

    You said next Friday, but then said 1/28 which is a Saturday. Which day are they having the sale?

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    Next Friday

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    Yes, please, by all means, keep telling people its on Saturday the 28th. Ill buy you a beer if you keep telling them Saturday and not Friday.
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    All in!!!!

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    Here's the new beer from the past two nights. Mikkeller was clean and awesome!

    The Highwater Brewing Retribution Imperial IPA is a new one from San Leandro, CA. It is swell with layers of bitter, flavor, bitter, sweet.

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    how is this OT aka Off Topic???

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    Ok, here is the Belgian rack at my source. It is so huge that I am confused. Which ones should I try?

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    I like the blonds

    Duvel, white label Chimay and Hennipen. Cool to see a new brewery close by in San Leandro.

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    Funny I was just going to post about this. I was there last night and bought quite a stock of Sammy Smith - the girl at the register looks at me and says "you look like someone who should know about our beer sale next Friday"

    One other thing I didn't know is that apparently you can place and ORDER by going to the CS counter and telling them what you want. This way they will make sure the beer you want is in stock that day. She said that needs to be done way ahead of time - like no later than this weekend.

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    This is a pretty good description of Belgian styles from BeerAdvocate:

    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/119">Belgian Dark Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/174">Belgian IPA</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/54">Belgian Pale Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/56">Belgian Strong Dark Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/55">Belgian Strong Pale Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/141"><span class=SpellE>Bire</span>
    de Champagne / <span class=SpellE>Bire</span> Brut</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/127"><span class=SpellE>Bire</span>
    de <span class=SpellE>Garde</span></a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/57"><span class=SpellE>Dubbel</span></a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/15">Faro</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/52">Flanders <span class=SpellE>Oud</span>
    Bruin</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/53">Flanders Red Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/14"><span class=SpellE>Gueuze</span></a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/10"><span class=SpellE>Lambic</span>
    - Fruit</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/50"><span class=SpellE>Lambic</span>
    - Unblended</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/142"><span class=SpellE>Quadrupel</span>
    (Quad)</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/129">Saison / Farmhouse Ale</a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/58"><span class=SpellE>Tripel</span></a><br>
    <a href="http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/48"><span class=SpellE>Witbier</span></a></p>

    If you like American Pales and IPA's, I might suggest starting with Belgian Tripel's. They are not necessarily hoppy by our standards, but are usually more so that Dubbel's, Wit's, and other Belgian styles. They have a high ABV and nice complex character. I love La Chouffe, Triple Karmeliet, Alagash, and others.

    Dubbel's tend to be more sweet, focusing on malt complexity and yeast character. A broad style I like very much is Saison, essentially a revived style of Belgian homebrew. As suggested Hennepin is a good example as is Saison Dupont.

    Beyond that you can look for Grand Cru and Strong Dark Ales. These will be thicker, large mouth feel, and high ABV. Look for notes of caramel to burnt caramel, rum raisin, fig, and other malty sweet character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    Ok, here is the Belgian rack at my source. It is so huge that I am confused. Which ones should I try?

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    A sliver of my favorite beer is in that pic. Second row from top, all the way on the right. Get it. Drink it. (Although it may be a bit sweet for you super hoppy loving people.)

    Ondineke Oilsjtersen Tripel - KleinBrouwerij De Glazen Toren - Erpe-Mere, Belgium - BeerAdvocate

    Although the real answer to the "which to get" question is to pick a spot to start and work your way through them all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plim View Post
    pick a spot to start and work your way through them all.
    That's what she said.

    Go with a counter clockwise swirl pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    All in!!!!

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    Here's the new beer from the past two nights. Mikkeller was clean and awesome!

    The Highwater Brewing Retribution Imperial IPA is a new one from San Leandro, CA. It is swell with layers of bitter, flavor, bitter, sweet.

    fc
    I really like that Mikkeller, which was surprising because I didn't really like their single hop series. Not as big a fan of the highwater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    All in!!!!

    fc

    Here's the new beer from the past two nights. Mikkeller was clean and awesome!

    The Highwater Brewing Retribution Imperial IPA is a new one from San Leandro, CA. It is swell with layers of bitter, flavor, bitter, sweet.

    fc
    Highwater brews at the Drakes facilities. I have had it on tap at the barrel house. The Hop Riot is excellent for a single IPA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grrrah View Post
    I really like that Mikkeller, which was surprising because I didn't really like their single hop series. Not as big a fan of the highwater.
    It was opposite for me. I liked the Highwater, but the Mikkeller Invasion tasted a bit bland. But then again, I had the Highwater right after a ride, and the Invasion was on tap at La Trappe, after pints of Pliny at Toronado. Taste buds may not have been calibrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tburger View Post
    It was opposite for me. I liked the Highwater, but the Mikkeller Invasion tasted a bit bland. But then again, I had the Highwater right after a ride, and the Invasion was on tap at La Trappe, after pints of Pliny at Toronado. Taste buds may not have been calibrated.
    Funny, I was in the exact opposite. Mikkeller was the first beer after a ride, and the Highwater was in the middle of a session that included Mongo, Sculpin, and a few others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tburger View Post
    It was opposite for me. I liked the Highwater, but the Mikkeller Invasion tasted a bit bland. But then again, I had the Highwater right after a ride, and the Invasion was on tap at La Trappe, after pints of Pliny at Toronado. Taste buds may not have been calibrated.
    It's a hop Trappe!

    The new Ruthless Rye from Sierra Nevada is great.

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    Okay, gave the Highwater Retribution another shot yesterday. It was better, but still not my preference. The toasted malts hints probably make it more balanced, but I'm a hop head. In other good news, I also discovered (or is it finally tried?) some of this- its a keeper and I'll try to bring some sunday!

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    just be ready!

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    Would you all shut up about it already?

    I can't get there until after work tonight. I just hope there is something left for me.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewtality View Post
    Would you all shut up about it already?
    Stopped by WF in Santa Cruz around 8:20. No one in the bear aisle...

    I was hoping for Sculpin, they didn't have any. I kept it fairly mellow:

    2 Green Flash Imperial IPAs
    1 Green Flash West Coast IPA
    2 Ruination
    1 Moylan's Hopsickle Imperial IPA
    1 The Big DIPA No. 3

    And for filler:

    6 pack of Sierra Ruthless
    6 pack of Obsidian Stout

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumblingcrustacean View Post

    6 pack of Sierra Ruthless
    you can get Ruthless at Santa Cruz Costco FYI
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    stopped by in Campbell at 8am and picked up:

    - 2 Plinys (bottled 1/16)
    - Sculpin 6 pack
    - Lagunitas Imperial Stout
    - Detour DIPA
    - Moylan Kilt Lifter
    - Green Flash LeFreak
    - Damnation Ale
    - Firestone Double Jack DIPA
    - Arrogant Bastard
    - Ruination
    - Mikkeller Invasion IPA (brewed at Drake's)
    - Ngne Two Captains Double IPA (norwegian DIPA)
    - RocheFort 8
    - Port Brewing Old Viscosity Ale
    - Mikkeller 1000 IBU DIPA

    and a few Chimays for Mrs. CHUM

    pics later
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUM View Post
    stopped by in Campbell at 8am and picked up:

    - 2 Plinys (bottled 1/16)
    - Sculpin 6 pack
    - Lagunitas Imperial Stout
    - Detour DIPA
    - Moylan Kilt Lifter
    - Green Flash LeFreak
    - Damnation Ale
    - Firestone Double Jack DIPA
    - Arrogant Bastard
    - Ruination
    - Mikkeller Invasion IPA (brewed at Drake's)
    - Ngne Two Captains Double IPA (norwegian DIPA)
    - RocheFort 8
    - Port Brewing Old Viscosity Ale
    - Mikkeller 1000 IBU DIPA

    and a few Chimays for Mrs. CHUM

    pics later
    I was at Los Gatos. $250. Now I need a beer fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois View Post
    I was at Los Gatos. $250. Now I need a beer fridge.

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    you literally doubled what I spent
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUM View Post
    stopped by in Campbell at 8am and picked up:
    - Mikkeller 1000 IBU DIPA
    You bringing that Sunday? I was going to pick up a bottle to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    You bringing that Sunday? I was going to pick up a bottle to try it.
    Sure thing Ryan

    I'll bring that Norwegian DIPA too...
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    Taking an early lunch break to go on a hop hunt, looking to stock up on some piney IPAs, DIPAs and IIPAs.

    I'll be sure to share my results.

    Many thanks for sharing this originally Ryan, I havn't been able to find info about this anywhere else.
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    Hmm maybe I'll check out the one in Campbell now.
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    Thanks Ryan!

    Although I only spent $119, so apparently I'm a lightweight.
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    Nothing good to be found. Do they often have Pliny in the morning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StuLax18 View Post
    Nothing good to be found. Do they often have Pliny in the morning?
    no. I lucked out.

    The beer guy had a few in back he hadn't brought out yet....it was lucky timing...
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    Damn maybe I should have asked. Oh well.
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    Apparently I lucked out! Went here for shiner bock.
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    Mission Accomplished!!!!

    Swooped through the Mill Valley Whole Foods on Blithedale on my 30min break, here's what I came away with:

    - 3x Sierra Nevada Northern Hemishphere Harvest Fresh Hop Ale
    - 4x Lagunitas Hop Stoopid
    - Pack of Green Flash West Coast IPA
    - Mikkeller/Drakes Invasion IPA
    - Drakes Denoginizer IIPA
    - Speakeasy Double Daddy DIPA
    - 6 Pack of Deschutes Inversion IPA
    and last but certainly not least......

    - the last 5 Plinys (bottled 1/16/12) on the shelf!!

    Had to be quick and only spent $75 but I'm pretty pleased with this selection, going to stop at the San Rafael WF after a post-work ride and see if there's anything good still around

    Big Ups to Ryan!!! Thanks again for the heads up.

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    I need to get a mini fridge for my room so I can store more beers and stuff. Can't buy a lot due to limited fridge space.
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    Took advantage of the awesome-oh 20% off sale:

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    Running out of storage space for my beer, so went light and for a few I haven't tried before.

    Saison Rue - The Bruery
    Brother Thelonious Abbey Ale - North Coast Brewing
    Jack D'or - Pretty Things
    Bam Noire - Jolly Pumpkin
    Orval Trappist - Orval

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBrider View Post
    Jack D'or - Pretty Things
    One of my favorite Saison/Farm House style beers from a gypsy brewery in MA.

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    went back for more...

    In addition to the previous bunch, picked up a few i forgot --

    1 Denoginizer IIPA
    1 Knee Deep Hoptologist DIPA
    1 Hop Stoopid
    1 Hop Henge

    I think I am stocked for awhile...

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    Double check your receipts. Not everything automatically rang through with the 20% off. I caught the mistake before I left the store.

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    Round 1 - SF
    Pliny the Elder
    Hair of the Dog Adam
    Mikkeller I Beat yoU
    Mikkeller 1000 IBU
    Mikkeller Not Another Wit
    Mikkeller Invasion IPA
    Port Mongo
    Ballast Point Sculpin 6-pack
    Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye 6-pack
    Lucifer Blonde Ale
    High Water Aphotic Baltic Porter

    Round 2 - Cupertino
    La Fin Du Monde 4-pack
    Mikkeller Black Hole (Bourbon Barrel)
    Alaskan Smoked Porter
    Harviestoun Ola Dubh 12
    Harviestoun Ola Dubh 16
    Harviestoun Ola Dubh 18

    Number one question overheard from all the newbs, "Do you guys have Pliny?"

    They must not be on mtbr.

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    i coulda saved a ton of money with geico...
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    SCORE!! @ one of the SFWF
    All for less than $25
    So many beers, so little dough.
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    My wife went for me, so forgive me for the short, weak list.

    Stone Sublimely Righteous Ale
    Mammoth Brewing Double Nut Brown Ale
    Mammoth Brewing Epic IPA
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
    Crispin Cider
    Lagunitas Hop Stoopid
    Lagunitas Maximus IPA
    Moylans Kilt Lifter
    Bear Republic Racer 5
    Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye

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    OK..here's my damage


    I'll bring a couple of these and some east coast stuff ya can't get out here (not pictured)...
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    ****, I totally spaced on this even after running into LP this morning. ****ing work.

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    The store employee told me he would get me Pliny if I waited 10 minutes (they just unloaded it). I said pfffft, and bought some sierra nevada instead.
    (is that how MTBRers roll?)

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