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Old 11-24-2012, 02:23 AM   #1101
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I'm currently working my way through Blue Moons winter sampler. Up until recently I pretty much just drank cheep beer (bud light) but lately I've been trying to expand my taste. I had a Guinness but I didn't like it if I'm honest (even though im no **** Irish). So far I've really enjoyed the Spiced Amber Ale and Belgian White.
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Born and raised in eureka. Lived all over the country. Also been to north pole south pole and every place in-between. Antartica, Australia, Singapore, Panama canal, Coasta Rica, Norway, Greenland, tasmania, porta Rico, Fiji ect..

Old school been there done that.
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Born and raised in eureka. Lived all over the country. Also been to north pole south pole and every place in-between. Antartica, Australia, Singapore, Panama canal, Coasta Rica, Norway, Greenland, tasmania, porta Rico, Fiji ect..

Old school been there done that.
Bro, do you even lift?
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Old 11-24-2012, 03:10 AM   #1104
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I don't get it.
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As for me, i am currently enjoying a pyramid beer sampler case.

I like the Chai beer.
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Old 11-25-2012, 01:09 AM   #1106
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Had a bottle of Black Diamond's Grand Cru tonight.
I bought it on a whim because of the reasonable pricing and my love for dark, strong beer. I wasn't disappointed with this one, definitely a great qpr- I think it was $8-9. Its a dark belgian-style ale. ~9% abv, deep without being heavy and thick tasting (so decent with a meal or after dinner). Smelled like chocolate and oak, tasted like vanilla and cherries. I would have liked a bit more of a yeasty/bubly-ness to it, but I'm not at all dissatisfied.
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:34 AM   #1107
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What am I drinking tonight?



82% 2 Row pale
8% Pale Chocolate Malt
8% Carafa III
3% English Extra Dark Crystal Malt

0.75 oz. Cluster (60 min)
1 lb Lactose (60 min)
0.5 oz. Cluster (30 min)

Wyeast #1332 Northwest Ale Yeast

4 oz. Cacao Nibs in the secondary (1 week so far)

Chocolate Milk Stout - **** YEAH! 39 more pints to go!
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Old 11-28-2012, 02:25 AM   #1108
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Hi g , that beer you made looks and sounds amazing. I want to come to your house and drink your beer.

Had a pigskin pumpkin ale at six rivers before dinner. That was really nice and refreshing.Then had the sasquatch strong ale. Wow that was nice.

Now trying a mad river brewing company, Jamaica sunset India pale ale out of the bottlle.Not bad.
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Old 11-28-2012, 02:33 AM   #1109
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I have to say that Six Rivers has got to be one of the worst brewpubs I've ever been to. Horrible beer and horrible food. Most insulting to Belgians everywhere was the Raspberry "lambic" kool-aid drink.

However, most beer from Mad River and Eel River are very nice. Lost Coast has a few good session brews.
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Heading out to an Izakaya to enjoy some good ol' fashioned Asahi beer
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I want to come to your house and drink your beer.
I need to do this I want some cider!

Just came home from the SeaBright Brewing Co. Where I had the 8 pence porter. Very smooth with a nice chocolate flavor.

Now I'm drinking/eating Willett poured over trader joes coffee ice cream
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Yeah we get all the best beer here in humboldt County in Eureka California.
...and if anyone ever wonders why the rest of the country thinks Califaila if full of a bunch of stuck-up fucksticks....
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I'm currently working my way through Blue Moons winter sampler. Up until recently I pretty much just drank cheep beer (bud light) but lately I've been trying to expand my taste. I had a Guinness but I didn't like it if I'm honest (even though im no **** Irish). So far I've really enjoyed the Spiced Amber Ale and Belgian White.
The Spiced Amber Ale is quite good.
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I need to do this I want some cider!

Just came home from the SeaBright Brewing Co. Where I had the 8 pence porter. Very smooth with a nice chocolate flavor.

Now I'm drinking/eating Willett poured over trader joes coffee ice cream
Hi gesso! Damn you, I'm jealous. I haven't had a good porter in a long time, and you know I trust your judgement on beer. Burbon & ice cream sounds amazing! I also wish SeaBright had better distribution. Remind me next time I'm in your neck of the woods as I have 6 5 22oz bottles of beer/cider hybrid for you from when I kegged it. I also have a bottle of my holiday saison for you if you didn't get one already.

I kinda brew... a lot. I've still got 5g of straight cider still in the carboy that I'm waiting to clear. It started at 1.080 and it looks like it ended around 1.002! That's 8.3% ABV for you non homebrewers. It may need some additional time to bulk age and mellow itself. I've also got 5g of California Common that I need to keg and faux lager and 5g of my "Millennium Falcon IPA" that I need to dry-hop.
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Popular Slovak thirst quencher Zlatý Bažant - Golden Pheasant.
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:00 AM   #1116
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All night at work I was craving a 60 minute. I'm home drinking a founders harvest ale. It is everything I hoped it would be. It kicks southern tier harvest's ***. Kind of reminds me of a 60 minute with a seasonal taste to it, if that makes sense. I kind if get a hint of simcoe hops?
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Started the night with a Piraat. Very nice Belgian with a not so dry finish but not overly sweet. Then had an Andersons Winter Solstice and was just as good as the first time. Great seasonal beer. Now working my way through a Schneider Weisse Aventinus. My taste buds may be skewed by the sausage and mushroom pizza but I taste licorice in this. Nice change of pace and not that we have seaons here in SoFla. But a nice winter beer after all.
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Retail Locations For the Westvleteren XII Brick « US Westvleteren Trappist Ale Release



Ok, who has some, or has access to get some, and what do you want for it?
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Retail Locations For the Westvleteren XII Brick « US Westvleteren Trappist Ale Release



Ok, who has some, or has access to get some, and what do you want for it?
The total wine near me is on that list.


EDIT: Just called total wine, 90 packs left.
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