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Old 12-17-2012, 12:50 PM   #211
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Currently, in the fridge, I have half a case of homebrew, and three 6's of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Both of which will be joined shortly by a case of Iron CIty.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon...I must have been an iron-worker in a former life.
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I do love me a 30-pack of PBR for $16.99
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And thanks to all the college kids, I can find it in any bar I am in. I was in LA last week and every bar I walked into had PBR tall-boys on special.
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Westvleteren is best beer in the world.

But for more reasonable beer I love most thinks Sam Adams brews.
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Old 12-17-2012, 07:35 PM   #217
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Currently, in the fridge, I have half a case of homebrew, and three 6's of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Both of which will be joined shortly by a case of Iron CIty.
I tried the SN pale ale, I wasn't that impressed. But I think my homebrew is ruining me! Just made a stone ruination clone tonight. Hope it turns out well!
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Old 12-17-2012, 08:18 PM   #218
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Earlier in the thread I posted my "pinky up" selections but most of the time I go with what brought me to the dance....Good 'ol Natural Light.

I also like Coors Light.
I've haven't had Busch Light in forever but I like it too. Such a distinctive smell imo.
Tecate is my favorite Mexican beer.
Been drinking more light beer lately since I'm starting to sport a beer gut.
I've heard Yuengling Light is good. It's on my "to drink" list.
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Westvleteren is best beer in the world.

But for more reasonable beer I love most thinks Sam Adams brews.
Idk Rochefort 10 and St. Bernardus 12 is delicious too.. Itd be a close call.
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Fort Collins Brewery Red Banshee. It's got really nice color, a mildly sweat taste and a fruity smell.
Just what I look for in a beer. A mild sweat taste…
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Michelob Ultra most of the time.

Then when i want aomething different ill get Busch, Bud Light, Miller Light, and Yuengling when I head to TN.

Of course good ole Moonshine.
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Old 12-17-2012, 11:59 PM   #223
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Idk Rochefort 10 and St. Bernardus 12 is delicious too.. Itd be a close call.
The main appeal, besides taste, is the rarity. I'd wager at most one person on this forum has ever tried it.
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Milk Stout Nitro from Left Hand Brewery.
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The main appeal, besides taste, is the rarity. I'd wager at most one person on this forum has ever tried it.
Yeah it is a rare beer for sure.. I have one waiting for me at Christmas dinner
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And thanks to all the college kids, I can find it in any bar I am in. I was in LA last week and every bar I walked into had PBR tall-boys on special.
There's a restaurant/bar a few miles from here that has PBR pounders for $2.00, during happy hour.
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Bourbon County is really good. InBev is not...

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The main appeal, besides taste, is the rarity. I'd wager at most one person on this forum has ever tried it.
I have. I drink a lot of good beer though.

Founders Breakfast Stout
Rogue Voodoo Donut
Dogfish Head 120 IPA
Dogfish Head Raison d' Extra
Flying Dog Cask Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter
Delerium Tremens
Kasteel Donker
Unibroue Chambly Noire
Troegs Nugget Nectar & Mad Elf
etc...

Plus I brew. Most of my brews are 8% or better.
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Bourbon County is really good. InBev is not...

I have. I drink a lot of good beer though.

Founders Breakfast Stout
Rogue Voodoo Donut
Dogfish Head 120 IPA
Dogfish Head Raison d' Extra
Flying Dog Cask Aged Gonzo Imperial Porter
Delerium Tremens
Kasteel Donker
Unibroue Chambly Noire
Troegs Nugget Nectar & Mad Elf
etc...

Plus I brew. Most of my brews are 8% or better.
So you've been to the monastery? Bc it was avail in USA for 1st time ever this month.
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Old 12-18-2012, 09:47 AM   #229
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Love Bud, regular. The one I can drink all day long, love its taste !!!.
If they don`t have it at the Bar, I drink Medalla Beer ( Our Local )
I also drink homemade Sangria, With Rum- Wine and Lots of juices !
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So you've been to the monastery? Bc it was avail in USA for 1st time ever this month.
Are you sure we're talking about the same beer here? If the link provides the same map I see, you can see Grapes and Grains in Shepherdstown, WV carries it and I have definitely had it earlier than this month. Beer Advocate has over 2000 reviews dating back to 2000. I'm sure that many people didn't visit the monastery.

Where to find Rochefort Trappistes 10
Trappistes Rochefort 10 - Brasserie de Rochefort - Rochefort, Belgium - BeerAdvocate
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Are you sure we're talking about the same beer here? If the link provides the same map I see, you can see Grapes and Grains in Shepherdstown, WV carries it and I have definitely had it earlier than this month. Beer Advocate has over 2000 reviews dating back to 2000. I'm sure that many people didn't visit the monastery.

Where to find Rochefort Trappistes 10
Trappistes Rochefort 10 - Brasserie de Rochefort - Rochefort, Belgium - BeerAdvocate
I was referring to this. http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/313/1545
The first time ever sold in USA was 12-12-12 and everyone sold out within minutes. It went for $85 for 6 but resellers on eBay have it 2-5x that.
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I was referring to this. Trappist Westvleteren 12 - Brouwerij Westvleteren (Sint-Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren) - Westvleteren, Belgium - BeerAdvocate
The first time ever sold in USA was 12-12-12 and everyone sold out within minutes. It went for $85 for 6 but resellers on eBay have it 2-5x that.
Yeah, not that...the Rochefort.

I love Belgians, but I think I prefer making them. Of course with the home brews, I tend to make them stronger and always regret it the next day. My last strong Belgian was about 14%.
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I was referring to this. http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/313/1545
The first time ever sold in USA was 12-12-12 and everyone sold out within minutes. It went for $85 for 6 but resellers on eBay have it 2-5x that.
The most overhyped beer ever!
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The most overhyped beer ever!
I agree i would prefer a rochefort or a st. Bernardus.
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The most overhyped beer ever!
I've not had the opportunity to have one. I'm sure the exclusivity adds to allure. But something can be both overhyped and the best. But since I have zero plans to ever visit Belgium or pay the online prices I may never know.
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Whew...let's see -

-Bell's Two Heared (hard to find around here - have to go to DC, and that's no fun)
-All the Firestone Walker "Jack"s
-Three Star's Pandemic Porter (Local DC Brewery...it's friggin fantastic if you're in the area, though)
-I'm a sucker for a Smuttynose IPA
-DuClaw's X1 (any of their 'X' series, really...they're all good...another local brewery)
-Genesee Cream Ale if I'm feelin cheap (and at $13 a 30 pack, it's pretty damn cheap...it's also NOT bad)
-Dale's Pale Ale for the easy answer
-my little local brewery, Franklin's, had a real good session ale called "The Battle of Bladensburg", but they ran out. I'm trying to catch the ear of the owner to bring it the hell back.
-Oh, and the free Bud Light in the fridge at work. Been drinking that as well.
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Drinking a 2011 Founders Backwoods Bastard. Have a bunch of beers in the fridge for the holiday celebration. Have some Half Acre Big Hugs,Pipeworks Pastrami On Rye,A 2011 Goose Island Bourbon County Coffee Stout,Firestone Walker Abacus,Firestone Walker XV anniversary ale,Jester King Black Metal,Dogfish Head Old Skool Barleywine and a few other gems.
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Whew...let's see -

-Bell's Two Heared (hard to find around here - have to go to DC, and that's no fun)
-All the Firestone Walker "Jack"s
-Three Star's Pandemic Porter (Local DC Brewery...it's friggin fantastic if you're in the area, though)
-I'm a sucker for a Smuttynose IPA
-DuClaw's X1 (any of their 'X' series, really...they're all good...another local brewery)
-Genesee Cream Ale if I'm feelin cheap (and at $13 a 30 pack, it's pretty damn cheap...it's also NOT bad)
-Dale's Pale Ale for the easy answer
-my little local brewery, Franklin's, had a real good session ale called "The Battle of Bladensburg", but they ran out. I'm trying to catch the ear of the owner to bring it the hell back.
-Oh, and the free Bud Light in the fridge at work. Been drinking that as well.
I have a friend that's lived between Bel Air and Havre de Grace over the years I nown him and no matter how many times I've been down to visit, we've never made it to DuClaws. I think a special trip is in order next time.

I also like Old Chub. I think that's Oscar Blues. Of course, I'm a sucker for scotch ales, bourbon ales, oak aged ales or anything with that real strong spicy taste.
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^^^ Oak-aged ales don't get any better than Stone's Oak'd Arrogant Bastard.

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