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Old 06-17-2015, 12:12 PM   #1661
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How have I missed this thread for so long?!


We have 9 small breweries in the Huntsville area, and another ~10 within a couple hours drive. My close friends go to a brewery and dinner at least once a week.

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Old 06-17-2015, 12:37 PM   #1662
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Root Beer: Tried a bottle last night. TBH, not something I'll try again. Left this strong sweet chemical taste in my mouth that took a sixpack of this to get rid of.
Was is medicinal/phenolic or like a really strong spice note? I was gonna spring on that stuff, but now require a response

And can we get some comments on the cappucino stout? Sounds up my alley. I'm stocking up on tasty new stuff for a wedding this weekend so keep it coming boys.
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Was is medicinal/phenolic or like a really strong spice note? I was gonna spring on that stuff, but now require a response
Decided to try it 'cause a. it's summer and b. I really like cold Root Beer. Figured wth...

It is just too sweet for me (syrupy sweet) and left a sort of chemical (medicinal??) aftertaste that just kind of hung around even after a few pils to clean out the palate.
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Surprisingly smooth for a 9.5% abv beverage.

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Old 06-18-2015, 12:33 PM   #1665
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Firestone Walker Agrestic
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Monks Cafe Flemish Sour
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Firestone Walker Agrestic
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Monks Cafe Flemish Sour
First one, then the other?
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Old 06-18-2015, 05:08 PM   #1667
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First one, then the other?
That's about what it takes to get me drunk these days....

Ever since I quit huffing Rustoleum, my tolerance has plummeted.
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Old 06-27-2015, 06:17 PM   #1668
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I got 9th place in a 5k today, 22:30. I'd be a lot faster if I changed my diet from cheeseburgers/ pizza/ BCAA/ Pre Workout, to salads/ fruits/ no breads/ no fatty greasy junk, but F*ck it, you gotta enjoy life.
It's 5:11pm and I just drank a bomber of Stone Enjoy by 7/4/15 IPA. I thought about hitting the jagermeister, but i don't wanna do shots and be hungover tomorrow, so I'm gonna drink my last 2 bottles of Great Lakes Chill Wave, then my last 2 bottles of Founders Devil Dancer.
What's the rest of MT.net drinking?
It's raining cats and dogs here, so it's a perfect beer drinking day.
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Old 06-27-2015, 09:07 PM   #1669
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Just finished the last of the Sam Adams porter, so it's back to generic (Labatts) for me.
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Labatt's is pretty heavy / good for a generic. Beats bud/blight.

I'm at Brew Hub drinking a Bourbon barrel aged imperial red ale that is quite sweet and aromatic and belies its alcohol content.

They are building the next one of these places in St. Louis. It is a contract brewing company that brews for micro brewers for expansion into new markets geographically. And they make fun stuff for consumption onsite.
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9:05 and chill wave is gone...I'm on the devil dancer now.
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I picked up a 12 pack of rebel IPA in cans and a 6er of single wide for the rest of the weekend.



Single wide is pretty well-balanced IPA. I've been knocking back some pretty hoppy stuff lately, so something a little more relaxed is refreshing.
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1 devil dancer down, watching Pink Floyd's "The Wall".
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1 devil dancer down, watching Pink Floyd's "The Wall".
oh, there's a blast from the past.
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Magic Hat #9. Perfect summer beer and since we have like 9 months of summer, I might be drinking these for a while.
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Anchor Steam Summer Wheat yesterday dicking around in the garage/yard/house. Very tasty.

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Anchor Steam Summer Wheat yesterday dicking around in the garage/yard/house. Very tasty.

Just their standard "Anchor Steam Beer" is one of my favorites. Just a good 'ole sessionable beer.

As a tip for anyone looking to expand a bit, anything from Firestone Walker, Green Flash, and Stone is generally kick-***.
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Just their standard "Anchor Steam Beer" is one of my favorites. Just a good 'ole sessionable beer.

As a tip for anyone looking to expand a bit, anything from Firestone Walker, Green Flash, and Stone is generally kick-***.
Green Flash = Amazing

Double Stout, Palate Wrecker, etc Everything I've tried from them has been awesome.
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In toledo last night I went to the granite city brewery for dinner, I really liked their german style lager called The Bennie.
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Even though it's been over 100* today, I've chosen a full bodied selection from the right coast to accompany tonight's repast:


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