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Old 01-24-2015, 09:54 PM
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Let's amalgamate chat about anything and everything beer.

Just had my first ever Mackeson's milk stout. How this beer escaped my lips all these years is a mystery. Had one at a local import beer pub and ran out to get two six's this afternoon.

So bloody good...

Let's chat craft beer...homebrewing...whatever...
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Let's amalgamate chat about anything and everything beer.

Just had my first ever Mackeson's milk stout. How this beer escaped my lips all these years is a mystery. Had one at a local import beer pub and ran out to get two six's this afternoon.

So bloody good...

Let's chat craft beer...homebrewing...whatever...
This is a great idea for a thread. I just started getting into craft brews in the past month. Here are some I really like.

All of the lagunitas brewery IPAs.
Brothers thellonius
Ranger
Two headed ale from bells
Any IPA from founders
Kentucky bourbon ale
Gumb ball head and alpha king from three Floyd's



Those are some of my favorites so far. I am going to try some dogfish head 90 minute tonight so we will see how it goes. I am going to buy a bourbon barrel stout next week and see if I can stomach it.
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I've recently started cellaring big beers like bourbon stouts to try next year or the year after.

Try Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Super pumped it is finally coming to Canada in May...
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I've recently started cellaring big beers like bourbon stouts to try next year or the year after.

Try Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Super pumped it is finally coming to Canada in May...
Actually did try it! I've drank so much beer the last month! I like Sierra as well. I have been buying singles a lot, so I get to try more brands and flavors. I don't like scotch style ales much, founders dirty bastard was not good to me.
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I want to hit Three Floyd's for a tour in the fall on the way to South Bend.

I only generally drink stouts and porters (just getting in to pale ales). My favourite stouts as of late are Barney Flatts oatmeal, Hitachino Nest espresso (from Japan) and Mackeson's milk stout that I had last night.
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I can report back that dogfish 90 is great too.
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I want to hit Three Floyd's for a tour in the fall on the way to South Bend.
ill suck your C0CK for a sixer of Zombie Dust
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This is an awsome home brew machine. It is an all in one brew cycle
It runs round $2900.00 but would be well worth the money over the years.
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This is an awsome home brew machine. It is an all in one brew cycle
It runs round $2900.00 but would be well worth the money over the years.
Would kill for one of those...
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Just had a Harvest Shandy from Leinie. Surprisingly good. Liquid pumpkin pie in a beer.
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Just had a Harvest Shandy from Leinie. Surprisingly good. Liquid pumpkin pie in a beer.
I will wait until the leaves turn for something like that. Wait, I'm in S. California so I will have to at least wait until the temperatures drop into the mid-70s. It has been a brutal end to the summer here.

Below is the worst beer ever. I don't know how far east Trader Joe's goes, but they are known for having local or quirky stuff at a reasonable price. My GF went there and I asked her to get me a 22 bomber of something. I don't know what it is, but she has a knack for picking beers I will really like.

So she comes home with this Boatswain Double IPA; I've never heard of it, but it's right up my alley. I expect a citrus or piney hop bomb. This is swill, utter shite, as bad a beer as I have had in the last 5 years. This was not an IPA of any reasonable, forget a double, expression. Imagine Steel Reserve making what they call an IPA. This is it. I dumped at least half out. It was utterly undrinkable.



Effing filth, this was just gross.
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Terrapin brewery liquid bliss chocolate peanut butter porter. It's awesome
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