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i thought for sure this was going to be a trick and you were going to talk about wine tasting
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I think he is just hinting around to get a beer for his son. Duder is looking for sleepy juice for the boy.
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Re: OT: The beer thread

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Big Bear Black Stout
Red Rocket Ale - Amber Ale

Free State Oatmeal Stout

Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown Ale

Leinenkugel's Seasonal brews are also pretty good
Chimay is also typicalyl very good
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deadlything wrote:I think he is just hinting around to get a beer for his son. Duder is looking for sleepy juice for the boy.
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Nothing refine but fine beer imo... these days i'm drinking these two:

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Odell Brewing Company (out of Colorado)

90 Shilling Ale
Easy Street Wheat
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No Miller HighLife?!?!?

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Re: OT: The beer thread

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regulardude wrote:
WhyteHypeBG wrote:Odell Brewing Company (out of Colorado)

90 Shilling Ale
Easy Street Wheat
Hype, you're a beast! I just looked the wheat one up. Wow, look at the results:

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/267/736
I drank a lot of beer when I lived in Colorado. :lol:

I'm just trying to recall the better ones I had when I lived there.

Boulder Beer:
Hazed & Infused
Sweaty Betty

My current summer beer is Boulevard (KC) Wheat.
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BigPhank211 wrote:No Miller HighLife?!?!?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkrPHv5qOCc

What the hell kind of thread is this?!?!
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regulardude wrote:
the13r wrote:Nothing refine but fine beer imo... these days i'm drinking these two:

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Nice! Stella has long been a favorite of mine as well. Good beer to drink on a summer evening sitting in the backyard.


i like it ice cold... i put it outside my window at that time of the year and it gets almost to the freezing point... that's where it's at it's best imo
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sierra nevada
mcsorleys dark
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Hamms in the can
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threadkiller wrote:Hamms in the can
You're a sick man, TK.

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Golden Monkey. Tastes good and fucks you up. Sorry, I do not have the palate to do it full justice.

Dogfish Head makes a delicous beer called Raison D'Etre. Tastes like raisin.
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regulardude wrote:
kinggrissly wrote:Golden Monkey. Tastes good and fucks you up. Sorry, I do not have the palate to do it full justice.

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Victory Brewing makes this---it's pretty good, but a little hoppy for me.

Victory does another beer that is similiar, but a bit lighter, called Mad King's Weiss. Can't find t hat shit anywhere, but it's delicious.
Bookmarking this thread. I want to try Hype's oatmeal stout. I've had some that were just superb.
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regulardude wrote:
kinggrissly wrote:[
Bookmarking this thread. I want to try Hype's oatmeal stout. I've had some that were just superb.
Yeah, I jotted a few of his suggestions down and I'm gonna try and pick a six-pack up today after work.
Do you know what a case of that banana bread goes for?
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regulardude wrote:
kinggrissly wrote:[
Bookmarking this thread. I want to try Hype's oatmeal stout. I've had some that were just superb.
Yeah, I jotted a few of his suggestions down and I'm gonna try and pick a six-pack up today after work.
I used to buy the sampler 12-packs from Odell Brewing, Tommyknocker, and Boulder Beer when I lived in CO. It was always good to have a variety of beers to try.

But if I had to pick just one it would be Red Rocket Ale or 90 Shilling Ale.
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Drank some French beer here recently made by some company called Meteor. Pretty good stuff.
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kinggrissly wrote:Golden Monkey. Tastes good and fucks you up. Sorry, I do not have the palate to do it full justice.

Dogfish Head makes a delicous beer called Raison D'Etre. Tastes like raisin.

Dogfish 90 IPA is my all-time favorite!

Great Lakes Seasonal beers are all really good. Their Christmas ale is really good and Their Conways Irish Ale is second on my list of greatness
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guysta wrote:Dogfish 90 IPA is my all-time favorite!
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Youngs Double Chocolate Stout
Arrogant Bastard Ale
Bluegrass Brewing Company's Bourbon Barrell Stout
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Ive wanted to try the various Dog fish head brews but have never found them.
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I enjoy "The Blonde" at BJs
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IPA here Anderson Brewing Co makes a good one.
Mendocino Brewing Co makes Eye Of The Hawk.
If ya like brew with a kick look up Marin Brewing Co San Quentin Breakout.
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Oh shit, this thread is my jam right here.

Hype - Have you tried the oatmeal stout at LB in Hays? That shit is awesome, also a GABF award winner.

My personal end all be all beer, the one the really sent me on a journey of hoppy love - Bells Two Hearted Ale. It's a single IPA made before single IPA turned into double IPAs. The centennial hops provide aromas of grapefruit with a slight floral note. It drinks beautifully, just enough hop bite to know what you are drinking, but extremely drinkable at the same time. Clean, crisp, simply perfect.

I am a lover of Left Hand Milk Stout, thick, creamy, and roasty. I have made a couple really good clones of it as well.

One of my other favorite IPA's is Titan IPA from Great Divide. A much more bold single IPA (I would almost consider it a double) than the Two Hearted, with more pine notes than floral, but keeps a slight citrus component. Very well balanced, medium body with a nice light copper color.

Old Rasputin from North Coast is a really good russian imperial stout. Lots of roast with a assortment of character. High gravity, but easy drinking at the same time.

I've got plenty more to add, but time for me to head home.
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Duder, I'm sure you're probably steps ahead of me but around here I'd recommend trying the DC Brau and Flying Dog portfolio. I'm also a big fan of the previously mentioned Dogfish Head 90 Minute.

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