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Old 02-01-2016, 12:17 PM   #2021
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Scored a few bottles of this year's Sexual Chocolate. Waiting for the right occasion to bust out those.
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Umatilla Coffee Barleywine brewed in house at the Brew Hub (one opening soon in St. Louis).
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Umatilla is an English Style Barleywine that is named after a haunted cemetery in central Florida. The hints of dried fruit and Currant malt flavors, pair well with the citrus and floral notes from the hops. It’s complexity and depth will certainly scare you away from boring beer. The flavor doesn't stop there. we take the beer one step further, well actually 3 steps further. Umatilla is also infused with 3 different varieties of Coffee (Burundi, Sumatra, and Brazil), along with local Barbados Acerola Cherries, and Madagascar Vanilla, to give this beer a uniquely complex flavor and aroma.
Really rich and complex.
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Old 02-10-2016, 11:18 AM   #2023
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I had some New Belgium Citradelic this weekend. It was exceptional. I like a really floral/ fruity IPA, and that stuff fits the bill nicely.
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Old 02-11-2016, 02:52 PM   #2024
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I agree, fantastic little brew!
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Tonight's bomber:



Imperial Barrel Aged Stout. Paired with some homemade pad-thai, complimented amazingly well. Maybe it's just good beer

Also, I was amused by the wax dripping like a scar over the eyes on the neck of the bottle.
I just picked up 4 of these at a local grocery store that had mislabeled the price tags on them. They had them marked at $8.69 each, right next to the non-barrel aged ones (without wax) for $8.99 each. When I pointed it out to the clerk (that was restocking the beers) that the barrel-aged version was usually about twice as much as the regular version, he just said "Well, I guess it's your lucky day then." Figuring who am I to argue with the man, I promptly obliged him.
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^Good luck right there.

Tonight I'm trying out a new product. M.I.A. Brewing out of South Florida has contracted with the Brew Hub to brew for them and a few of their beers are now on tap. Tonight I'm trying their "Miami Weiss". It tastes a lot like Paulaner.
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I had a Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter with Joe Perez on Monday ans it was great.
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I had a Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter with Joe Perez on Monday ans it was great.
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Old 02-13-2016, 10:45 PM   #2029
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Hahaha. That was a damn fine beer.

Glad you survived the rats, the subway, the homeless, the liberals, and the homeless liberals.
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Hahaha. That was a damn fine beer.
I assume you covered the tab?
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Knocked down a Pliney the elder today.

Also i got my hands on a firestone sucaba but ill be keep it for some time.
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I assume you covered the tab?
no, I paid. and he had two beers!
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no, I paid. and he had two beers!
Tax deduction.
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Got my stupid hydra running finally! and got another bottle so i cracked on open



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... and got another bottle so i cracked on open

^^ I bought one but I haven't opened my bottle yet. How is it?





On another note, picked up 3 of these today since they are back in stores for their brief annual visit.








............ aaaaaaand on an even other note, I picked up a fistful of these bad boys too:

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Im super lucky in that the corner store 2 blocks from my place usually has pliney.

The sucaba is pretty good. strong boozy nose and slight barley and raisin aromas. very slight bitterness from the hopps. i cant wait to try the second bottle after about a year or so.

looking forward to Parabola since Sonny at 949 said it was his favorite.
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Local Harris Teeter has Bells Hopslam sixers for 16.99 each, limit 2. I don't think the word was out, as there were 7 cases.
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Tomorrow is my last day at job #2.
As a direct consequence, I will now have 4 full days a week at home to work on projects.
I need a cheaper way to poison myself.
Recommend me something better than Coors light, but less expensive than 2 hearted ale please.
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Recommend me something better than Coors light, but less expensive than 2 hearted ale please.
You want the PBR end of the spectrum or the Sam Adams end of it?
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You want the PBR end of the spectrum or the Sam Adams end of it?
Dear God...
Let's start at Sam Adams
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