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Old 03-24-2011, 10:15 PM   #1001
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Southern Tier Unearthly
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Old 03-24-2011, 10:37 PM   #1002
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It is good... and unexpectedly good. Most IPAs are best fresh, you don't expect them to get better with age. The wood in Unearthly just adds to it though.


And grats on 1000th beer post! Joeski3d has created a beautiful thread.
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:47 AM   #1003
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My pick up for spring break. Thanks to jjr for the heffe.

Case of dales pales ale
1 ten fist
1 60 min DFH IPA
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:56 AM   #1004
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:03 AM   #1005
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And grats on 1000th beer post! Joeski3d has created a beautiful thread.
Drinks for everyone!
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Old 03-26-2011, 09:45 PM   #1006
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Had one of these tonight. What an interesting mix of styles. Very enjoyable. Belgian yeast and lots of roasted malts. This picture was taken about 30 seconds after pouring, the head dissipates quickly.


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All I can say is WOW. PERFECT winter beer.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:41 AM   #1008
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wow the weihenstephaner is quite the hit, huh?

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All I can say is WOW. PERFECT winter beer.
need to keep an eye out for that... idk why but that beer realllllllllllllly just caught my eye... at 9:41am
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:55 AM   #1009
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wow the weihenstephaner is quite the hit, huh?

noice!




need to keep an eye out for that... idk why but that beer realllllllllllllly just caught my eye... at 9:41am
spring is coming so it will be nice time to visit as i'm in the mood for some good seafood. also the scenery is fvcking sick around your way so i'll be taking alot of pics. i'll bring you a mixed case of goodies.
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Old 03-27-2011, 09:13 AM   #1010
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well in that case i'll be more than happy to take you out for a couple beers... its the least i could do
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Paired a Maredsous Blonde with Chimay cheese last night...

For the record, Chimay makes much better beer than they do cheese. The cheese smells good and tastes fine until the brutal, stinging bitterness kicks in - it was unpalatable, even with some fruit to balance it.

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Old 03-31-2011, 02:20 PM   #1012
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Wierd! Who the he LL knew Chimay made cheese? they are monks so I guess that falls in line with the trappist jelly/beer/homemade things.

Man, I can't remember what I've had this week, but it was something like this:

Yes, I am running through this company like wildfire, and one day soon, I'm going to do the Weihenstephaner bar crawl all by myself! This one was not "crystal clear" as they advertise, but still very much like a hefeweisse, just not so lemon-y:


I love me some Dale's Pale ale too! It's amazing that something from a can can taste this good. I really wish other breweries would get onto this trend, because I am sick and tired of carrying so many glass empties to the store. It really does make environmental sense to start using cans everywhere, so much lighter to ship all over the country/world and it's more cost effective to recycle aluminum than it is glass from what I've heard:


Put back a 12 of this, their pale ale is awesome, too bad I cannot get it in a 6 pack..


And one of my all time favorite high alcohol double IPA's. Can't beat the punch this 6er packs for $9.99:
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Cheers! Love these beers. Everywhere I go now I try and find them; they are so cheap too!!
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Just had a Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier for the first time at Houston's.. FVCKING DELICIOUS!
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I had a mini pick up tonight. I'll get picks in the morning, one Sumpin Sumpin Ale and Espresso Stout--forgot the brewer but it has a little orange owl on it. I've seen it on here and BA.
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Hitachino Nest...

I never expected such fantastic beer to come from Japan.
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Another pick up today!
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DFH Aprihop. Wow, love this beer. Great flavor with the apricot!



Flying Dog, Raging Bitch. Really intense beer, all around flavor here!
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Old 04-04-2011, 12:08 PM   #1020
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DFH Aprihop. Wow, love this beer. Great flavor with the apricot!



Flying Dog, Raging *****. Really intense beer, all around flavor here!
I tried the Flying Dog Raging B1tch on Saturday - I thought it was pretty darn good.

We also had:

Fort George Vortex IPA (Fantastic stuff, now available in cans! Probably one of my top 5 favorite beers. Slightly sweet, tons of hop aroma and flavor. Citrus and pine resin. A true Pacific NW style IPA.)

Fort George XVI Chapel imperial IPA (Like the Vortex, but more so - and brewed on Belgian yeast)

Dog Fish Head Theobroma (brewed with Aztec cocoa powder and cocoa nibs , honey, chilies, and annatto) - not bad, but not nearly as unusual as its description would suggest.
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