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Dying to try your American "Zombie Killer" the cherry cider...
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Ballast Point Scullpin IPA
Laguntias Imperial Stout
Green Flash Pallet Wreaker
Firestone Walker Double Jack DIPA
Knee Deep Triple IPA
Pliny the Elder
Sierra Nevada Hopitium Fresh Hop IPA
Heratic Evil Twin Stout
June Lake Brewery Double IPA
Southgate Brewing Co. Sawtooth IPA
Several of these are sooo good.
I love the two bolded. Put Stone Ruination on there and my desert Island beer Avec Les Bons Voeux by Dupont
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Old 01-29-2015, 12:39 AM
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I called every booze store in town. I can't get la fin du monde here.
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I called every booze store in town. I can't get la fin du monde here.
Fin du Monde is legit...packs a nice punch

Some pretty solid stouts that I'm high on:

Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout (the Oatmeal stout is pretty solid too)
Terrapin Moo Hoo (out of Athens, Ga.)
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout (From NC)
Mill Street Cobblestone Stout (Toronto)

My personal favourite stout of all time:

Left Hand Milk Stout (Colorado)

If any of you guys see this beer on tap, order it, you will not be disappointed.

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Fin du Monde is legit...packs a nice punch

Some pretty solid stouts that I'm high on:

Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout (the Oatmeal stout is pretty solid too)
Terrapin Moo Hoo (out of Athens, Ga.)
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout (From NC)
Mill Street Cobblestone Stout (Toronto)

My personal favourite stout of all time:

Left Hand Milk Stout (Colorado)

If any of you guys see this beer on tap, order it, you will not be disappointed.

Great thread btw!


thats my go to imperial stout these days..
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Fin du Monde is legit...packs a nice punch

Some pretty solid stouts that I'm high on:

Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout (the Oatmeal stout is pretty solid too)
Terrapin Moo Hoo (out of Athens, Ga.)
Duck Rabbit Milk Stout (From NC)
Mill Street Cobblestone Stout (Toronto)

My personal favourite stout of all time:

Left Hand Milk Stout (Colorado)

If any of you guys see this beer on tap, order it, you will not be disappointed.

Great thread btw!
Would kill to try Moo-Hoo...also dying to try Colorado's Odell Lugene milk stout.

Love Mill Street's Cobblestone stout. My brother works for Mill Street.

Best Christmas gift I got this year was a Left Hand Spieglau stout glass. Love their stouts but more partial to Nitro...big time.
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Would kill to try Moo-Hoo...also dying to try Colorado's Odell Lugene milk stout.

Love Mill Street's Cobblestone stout. My brother works for Mill Street.

Best Christmas gift I got this year was a Left Hand Spieglau stout glass. Love their stouts but more partial to Nitro...big time.
I like the Nitro a lot too, but the milk stout will always be #1 for me.

The Chocolate Manifesto by Flying Monkey is pretty solid too, especially at 10%!
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I like the Nitro a lot too, but the milk stout will always be #1 for me.

The Chocolate Manifesto by Flying Monkey is pretty solid too, especially at 10%!
WTF??? Mill Street...Flying Monkeys...are you in Canada? TCM is a regular offering from them now...so good...bought some in the summer when I was in Barrie when it was still a limited release...
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I use to love duck rabbit beers. A few years back they had a some major problems with a metallic taste in all of their beers. Some people got refunded I just tossed mine out. They announced they solved the problem. I gave them a second chance and same metallic taste. I sent them a nice email asking for a refund/replacement only to be ignored. F#ck that Brewery. If you want good NC beer check out Foothills!
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I use to love duck rabbit beers. A few years back they had a some major problems with a metallic taste in all of their beers. Some people got refunded I just tossed mine out. They announced they solved the problem. I gave them a second chance and same metallic taste. I sent them a nice email asking for a refund/replacement only to be ignored. F#ck that Brewery. If you want good NC beer check out Foothills!
Highland Gaelic out of Asheville has a very nice selection as well!!

For best value IPA I submit Red Hook Longhammer IPA.

I'm not usually a big fan of dry-hopping, which sounds much dirtier than it really is, but this beer is extraordinary! The fact I can get a 12 pack for $11.57 at my local grocer just gives me a tingle in my nether region. I would happily pay double that.

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Duvel literally means devil in flemmish. This beer has definitely brought the devil out in me on more than one occasion.
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I use to love duck rabbit beers. A few years back they had a some major problems with a metallic taste in all of their beers. Some people got refunded I just tossed mine out. They announced they solved the problem. I gave them a second chance and same metallic taste. I sent them a nice email asking for a refund/replacement only to be ignored. F#ck that Brewery. If you want good NC beer check out Foothills!
Interesting, I never had that problem, though when I tried it it was on tap in Knoxville. Never tried Foothills though so thanks for the tip!
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WTF??? Mill Street...Flying Monkeys...are you in Canada? TCM is a regular offering from them now...so good...bought some in the summer when I was in Barrie when it was still a limited release...
Yup, Canadian indeed! I like that we're starting to get more and more craft beers here but the selection still pales in comparison to the U.S...
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Yup, Canadian indeed! I like that we're starting to get more and more craft beers here but the selection still pales in comparison to the U.S...
From where? Ontario is getting Sierra Nevada starting in the spring!
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For all of you Zombie Dust guys, it looks like i am going to get to try it this weekend. Local bar has it on tap! I will report back.
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Highland Gaelic out of Asheville has a very nice selection as well!!

For best value IPA I submit Red Hook Longhammer IPA.

I'm not usually a big fan of dry-hopping, which sounds much dirtier than it really is, but this beer is extraordinary! The fact I can get a 12 pack for $11.57 at my local grocer just gives me a tingle in my nether region. I would happily pay double that.

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Duvel literally means devil in flemmish. This beer has definitely brought the devil out in me on more than one occasion.
I've recently gotten into branching my beer out and really gotten into the Belgium Strong Dark Ales and the Scotch Wee Heavy Ales. It kind of started when my wife brought home a Gulden Draak from World Market that the "beer guy" suggested for me. First of all, it was a 750mL bottle, all white, with a cork. I thought she was crazy, but man was it good! Also, it's 10.5%! The St Bernadus ABT 12 you mentioned is also good.
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I have been really enjoying the Fresh Squeezed IPA from Deschutes Brewery.
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Should I try Delirium Tremens?
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Yes.

And Tenacious I am gonna grab that biscuit stout soon and give it a whirl. I have had some of there other stuff. Had a great beer week, GF got me 5 barrel aged beers for our anny! Still got two to go. Had Bruery Sour blond which was awesome, Jolly Pumpkin winter ale, and Full sail barrel aged stout black gold which was my fav of the 3 so far. I got Boulevard barrel aged quad and Firestone Ucara to go!
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I tried the Tremens tonight. Great beer, but I must have got a bottle that had set around and the yeast came apart when I poured it. I just strained the chunks and drank it down. I also had a Sierra Nevada hoptimum this weekend, it was very good. Got a few Belgians in the fridge that I will hopefully try this week.
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thats my go to imperial stout these days..
Ooh that does look good. We just got another American offering: Smuttynose Imperial Stout. Apparently it is now a regular offering...

http://www.lcbo.com/lcbo/product/smu...4#.VNoUzi7jUWs

Also getting Arrogant Bastard and Sierra Nevada pale Ale offered to us in Canada in the coming months. Can't wait...
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Let's freshen this up: name your dream six pack...
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