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Old 03-30-2010, 04:35 PM   #241
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Alhambra 1925



I usually drink 4-5 liters of this every saturday, help me to improve my vision of beauty in women.
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Old 03-30-2010, 06:41 PM   #242
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I picked up some Kona Brewing Co. Pipeline Porter the other day... good stuff...has a hint of Kona coffee. If you like chocolate stouts, the Pipeline would be for you..

This is excellent. Real Ale has a Coffee Porter as a winter seasonal that is excellent as well.

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drink keystone light! its cheap and has an entertaining sentence on the can.
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drink keystone light! its cheap and has an entertaining sentence on the can.


Anyways... Sat down to some Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale last night after a hard day at work.

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Old 04-01-2010, 03:27 PM   #245
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Pours a dark amber, almost brown color, with a huge rocky cream colored head.

Very yeasty nose, spicy, with some vinegar like notes.

Taste is good. Very clean tasting dubbel, classic flavors, and nothing really distracting. Starts out with tart fruit flavors, some spicy yeast, and creamy malts. Finish is dry, with a hint of alcohol warmth.

Mouthfeel is nice, prickly warmth, smooth, and well carbonated.

Drinkabilty is very good. This is a very nice Dubbel, fits the style really well. I'd happily drink another of these.
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I thought it was pretty damn solid, but I'm not a stout drinker like some of you tards. I'll definitely pick up a 4-pack of this in the future when I get tired of drink my Belgian Champaign beers. I drank it with spicy chicken and veggie red curry.
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Old 04-01-2010, 03:47 PM   #246
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Anyways... Sat down to some Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale last night after a hard day at work.

some in my fridge right now. it's definitely not as drinkable as what I was looking for when I bought it. does that make sense?
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My daddy had some Guinness and this Sapporo beer in the cooler. I grabbed a bottle of the Asian one. I liked it. (Its Japanese but brewed in Guelph where I lived for a while). Then I went on youtube for ***** and giggles. Found this half black half italian guy, names JD and he kicks *** at reviewing beers. Check it...

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Whoa, is that really Westvleteren? I'm really jealous -- that is rare as unicorn tears here. Although apparently St Bernardus Abt 12 is darned near the same stuff. And it is indeed magical.
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All you people in Central Europe need to STFU with all of your hard-to-get beer posts. **** YOU!






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Whoa, is that really Westvleteren? I'm really jealous -- that is rare as unicorn tears here. Although apparently St Bernardus Abt 12 is darned near the same stuff. And it is indeed magical.
St Bernardus is close, I happen to think Rochefort 10 is closer, but yes that is real Westvleteren, before I leave europe I'll be making my way to Westvleteren with a reservation for 3 full cases of Westy's 12 (hopefully)

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All you people in Central Europe need to STFU with all of your hard-to-get beer posts. **** YOU!

Nah, I'll be back and depressed soon enough.
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Jealous... :( We had a local beer festival this weekend. Got to tried 43 different brews from around the world I hadn't tried before. All in all, great time. Just hope they do it next year...

Here is a link from this years event: http://www.topofthehopsbeerfest.com/.../breweries.php

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Whoa, is that really Westvleteren? I'm really jealous -- that is rare as unicorn tears here. Although apparently St Bernardus Abt 12 is darned near the same stuff. And it is indeed magical.
There is a chain in Dallas "Mr. G's" who sells Westvleteren. I think I still rpefer Piraat to anything on Earth.
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^ Get me some bottles hustler...
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There is a chain in Dallas "Mr. G's" who sells Westvleteren. I think I still rpefer Piraat to anything on Earth.
Out of curiosity, whats a bottle run at "Mr. G's"?
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My guess would be $40+... In for answer.
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Had myself a Delirium Tremens poured into a Chimay Goblet last night... Mmmmmmm.

Also hustler, I picked up the Avery Salvation awhile back per your suggestion. I will let you know when I try it... Also got their Collaboration Ale as well.
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Picked up a bottle of Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout last night prior to going home. I will report back as the reviews seem pretty good on it.
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Picked up a bottle of Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout last night prior to going home. I will report back as the reviews seem pretty good on it.
Cracking open my fresh growler of Barrel Aged Speedway Stout from Ale Smith in San Diego, CA tonight...yes, in Germany.
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