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Old 06-15-2009, 11:21 AM   #281
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Old 06-15-2009, 11:23 AM   #282
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Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat is probably the best of the "attainable" beers.
I'll have to keep an eye out for that. It's not a common sight in the coolers around here.
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Fruity Pebbles in a good way?

We got a keg of Sunset Wheat, and keg of Summer Ale, and a keg Boulevard Wheat at my last party.

And a pony of BL.
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Old 06-15-2009, 11:39 AM   #284
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Italian lager, golden color and very hoppy with light malt. Very good! Had it on vacation in Northern Italy and also was able to pick up some at a local Italian grocery store. I'm not usually to fond of Italian beers, but this one is different (in a good way).

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tried sweaty betty and son of a peach this weekend....sweaty betty is good, son of a peach has the obvious aroma of peach, but not so much (maybe a little) in the taste....wife liked it, I'm not a fruit beer kind of guy
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im going to say this again in this thread lol because this beer is that fvck1ng good!! Hitichino nest.... its a japanese beer... get the red rice ale... someone in here will try it and they will thank me lol.... thank you
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^ never seen it.
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Old 06-15-2009, 03:18 PM   #289
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Fruity Pebbles in a good way?

We got a keg of Sunset Wheat, and keg of Summer Ale, and a keg Boulevard Wheat at my last party.

And a pony of BL.
In a good way, but I'm not a fan of very fruity beers. That sounds like a pretty expensive party...
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On Friday afternoon I took my 2 1/2 yr old son to this beer store / bier cafe in Portland called the Belmont Station. http://www.belmont-station.com/They have 1,300 different beers in the beer store section and you can buy a bottle and then go sit in the cafe to enjoy it. The cafe has about 20 interesting beers on tap. I set my son up with a bag of swedish fish and a Virgil's rootbeer and I got a glass of Russian River Pliny the Elder (super fresh and aromatic Imperial IPA) . . it was a real nice father son bonding moment. He had a blast - pointing out all the animals and creatures on the hundreds of beer signs on the walls as he chowed down on gummi fish and rootbeer.
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im going to say this again in this thread lol because this beer is that fvck1ng good!! Hitichino nest.... its a japanese beer... get the red rice ale... someone in here will try it and they will thank me lol.... thank you
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the Hitachino white ale is awesome. I wasn't a huge fan of the red rice ale but I really enjoyed the white ale.
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the Hitachino white ale is awesome. I wasn't a huge fan of the red rice ale but I really enjoyed the white ale.
I love white ale. I'll look for that.

Here's one that I have been enjoying.

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I'm currently having Southern Tier's Oak Aged Unearthly IIPA. Amazing beer! The oak character really compliments the massive amount of hops. If you've never had it, I'd highly recommend picking up a bottle.

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I've never heard of DFH 120, but I love the 60 and 90. And I haven't seen it, but my friend said all his dad drinks is their Raison; he says its amazing.
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Drinking one right now. I like this beer, nice and smooth. I first tried it in Prague. Now I got the wife into it.



And another good one.


There are so many good beers out there, but these are my current favorites.
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I've never heard of DFH 120, but I love the 60 and 90. And I haven't seen it, but my friend said all his dad drinks is their Raison; he says its amazing.
You've never heard of DFH 120 min?




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Our 120 Minute I.P.A. is by far the biggest I.P.A. ever brewed! At 20% abv and 120 ibus you can see why we call this beer THE HOLY GRAIL for hopheads!

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Nope, never seen it. Harris Teeter, a local grocery store, carries a lot of their stuff (60/90 min, Festina PÍche, Idian Brown...) but I've never seen it there. I'll have to go to total wine tomorrow and see if I can't find it.
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Nope, never seen it. Harris Teeter, a local grocery store, carries a lot of their stuff (60/90 min, Festina PÍche, Idian Brown...) but I've never seen it there. I'll have to go to total wine tomorrow and see if I can't find it.
If you can't find it, PM me your address and I'll send you a bottle.

The 60 min. and 90 min. are fantastic beers as well.
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Old 06-15-2009, 09:00 PM   #299
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I really like dark beer. i like to get the red hook variety pack and like majic hat and stuff but i've never actually been to like a beer market i've always wanted to go tho...
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