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Old 01-07-2013, 11:22 AM   #1201
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Vertical epic series is ok...I only had 9-9-9 and 12-12-12.
No biggy.
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Vertical epic series is ok...I only had 9-9-9 and 12-12-12.
No biggy.
I haven't enjoyed a lot of the series... I have personally had 03.03.03, 04.04.04, 05.05.05, 06.06.06, 07.07.07, 07.07.07 Aged in Red Wine Barrels, and 10.10.10 Aged on French Oak. They appealed to me at first, then I lost interest in them. *shoulder shrug*
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I had a Yueng Ling yesterday; it was awful.
is that a chinese beer?

yuengling is ok. it's just lagery lager.
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It was like dirty water.

I had a micro-breweries porter the other day however, and that was very good.

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Old 01-07-2013, 07:43 PM   #1205
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Yuengling is brewed like 15 minutes from my house. Aka, Pottsville pond water. It will always be my "go to" beer.
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Drinking one of these tonight



Couldn't find any pics that accurately showed what it looks like poured. It looks pretty much exactly like a good unpasteurized apple cider but with a pretty thick head.

On another note I've been in a beer rut lately. All the good beer I've been getting just tastes "not bad" in a literal sense. I can easily drink cheap beer by just getting over the taste and good beer just is easier to drink, but I'm not getting that relaxing, refreshing ecstasy that I get with a nice juicy burger or what I used to get with good beer. First world problems... /bitching
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:02 PM   #1207
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Brozen:
pick me some winners for happy hour tonight:

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Boulevard's Rye on Rye is good. Founder's seems to do a good stout. I've had their Breakfast Stout and would assume the Imperial is equally enjoyable, though certainly stronger.
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Last night's selections were:

DIRTY BASTARD
Founders Brewing Company | Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy | Michigan | 8.5 % | Goblet | 12 Oz

Solid Wee Heavy. I prefer another local one when on cask but this was good.



FADE TO BLACK 2012 (Volume 4; Rocky Mountain Black Ale)
Left Hand Brewing Company | Black IPA | Colorado | 6.5% | Goblet | 12 oz

Good beer. Seemed a little rough for a cask beer but still tasty with gentle hops.



LEFT HAND MILK STOUT (nitrogen)
Left Hand Brewing Company | Sweet Stout | Colorado | 5.3% | Pint | 16 Oz

oh my god this was like having a stout flavored ice cream. So creamy it actually tasted like cream. Probably served too cold though.
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My growing list from a local places that tracks your beers (Taco Mac)

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NEW BELGIUM LOF IMP COFFE
LAGUNITAS CAPPUCINO STOUT
LEFT HAND FTB ROCKY MT BA
LEINENKUGEL BIG EDDY RIS
RED BRICK PORTER
RED HARE CHOCOLATE PORTER
DUCK RABBIT PORTER
HIGHLAND OATMEAL PORTER
TERRAPIN MOO-HOO
DUCK RABBIT STOUT
HIGHLAND THUNDERSTRUCK
BROOKLYN BLACK CHOCOLATE
CLOWN SHOES CHOC SOMBRERO
RED BRICK SMOKED VAN GRLA
O'DEMPSEY'S YOUR BLCK HRT
RED HARE COFFEE CREAM ST
UINTA KINGS PEAK PORTER
SOUTHERN TIER JAH'VA
Tommyknocker Cocoa Porter
BELL'S DOUBLE CREAM STOUT
JAILHOUSE BREAKOUT STOUT
Samuel Smith Taddy Porter
GREAT DIV ESPRESO YETI 11
GREAT DIVIDE CHOC YETI 11
GREAT DIVIDE OAK YETI 11
SOUTHERN TIER CREME BR 11
SOUTHERN TIER JAH'VA '11
SOUTHERN TIER MOKAH 11
Brooklyn Black Chocolate
KONA PIPELINE PORTER
FOUNDERS BREAKFAST STOUT
ROGUE XS RUSSIAN IM STOUT
SHINER RUBY REDBIRD
Founders Breakfast Stout
NEW HOLLAND DRAGONS MILK
NEW HOLLAND THE POET
SOUTHERN TIER PUMPKING
DUCK RABBIT SCHWARZ BIE
NEW BELGIUM PEACH PORCH
MIKKELLER COGNAC BLK HOLE
BRECKENRIDGE IMPERIAL 72
LEFT HAND NITRO MILK ST
ROGUE DBL CHOCOLATE STOUT
Guinness Black Lager
BRIDGEPORT IPA
LAZY MAG STH PECAN BROWN
Duck Rabbit Porter
Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat
Lakefront Coffee Stout
LAZY MAGNOLIA JEFFRSON ST
SOUTHERN TIER CHOKOLAT 11
PORT SANTAS LITTLE HLP 11
RED HARE CHOCO PORTER '11
OMMEGANG WITTE
SOUTHERN TIER CREME BRULE
GREEN FLASH DOUBLE STOUT
BM OMMEGANG BELG IND SASN
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout
GUINNESS 20oz
PORT OLD VISCOSITY
WEYERBACHER HERESY
Duck Rabbit Baltic Porter
Rogue Mocha Porter 12oz
SWEETWATER EXODUS PORTER
Dogfish Chicory Stout
STONE RUSSIAN IMP STOUT
ABITA TURBO DOG
FT COLLINS OAK-AGE MAIBCK
Samuel Adams Cream Stout
NEW BELGIUM LOF CLUTCH
SIERRA NEVADA PORTER
SOUTHERN TIER 2X STOUT
ANDERSON VALLEY HOP OTTIN
BRECKENRIDGE VANILLA PORT
AVERY OUT OF BOUNDS STOUT
GREAT DIV ESPRESSO YETI
Kona Pipeline Porter






My UNTAPPD list is about double that.
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Not a bad list... I do love how Taco Mac and Flying Saucer do that. Unfortunately I don't have either where I live, but do in Charlotte. Not worth my time setting it up though as I rarely go. However, I do review everything I drink on BeerAdvocate. Over 1800 unique brews thus far and I'm still behind quite a bit. :/
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If anybody gets a hold of founders backwoods bastard, I strongly recommend it...it might be my favorite beer of all time.
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Not a bad list... I do love how Taco Mac and Flying Saucer do that. Unfortunately I don't have either where I live, but do in Charlotte. Not worth my time setting it up though as I rarely go. However, I do review everything I drink on BeerAdvocate. Over 1800 unique brews thus far and I'm still behind quite a bit. :/
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Yeah, I'm still a n00b at this. I just got into the beer thing maybe 2 years ago. I'd say I really started paying attention more in the past year though....and I really only stick to IRSs, RIPs, stouts and porters. Sometimes I'll toss in a belgian dark or a fruity/flavored beer, but 99% of the time it's dark beers which makes for a slow growing list lol
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My try of the night. A little too much malt for me though..
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:49 AM   #1215
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It's been forever since I had a youngs, tasty beer though. I'm drinking a founders breakfast stout right now whike eating leftover canneloni. My beer fridge is lacking. I think I have like 20 breakfast stouts, like 6 bells expedition stouts, and like 2 bottles of Troeg's perpetual.
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Pretty good, probably not as good as what I paid for it though.
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Had a Mississippi mud tonight.
It comes in the right size already so there's no need to open a second one -
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Me, my bro and a friend going through a blue moon sampler pack and a 36 of bud light at the moment. Yut.
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Pretty good, probably not as good as what I paid for it though.
Where in the hell did you even find that? I saw "Evil Twin" and immediately assumed Heretic Brewing, but this is way beyond that.
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