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75cl bottle shared with two other people...
Not in the mood for this kind of beer... Imperial IPA-ish...
YESSS!.. I too bought my first pumpkin beer! (the Hoppin' Frog Double Hollow Pumpkin Ale)... Not sure what to expect, but I LOVE pumpkins so I'm wày excited!.. Just finished the Prairie... Thank you thank you thank you... What a slightly weird, but simply stellar beer... @OmniscientCause - wished they had other Prairie beers but the other two I wanted, Fred's Blend and Pirate Bomb, were already sold out.
My first Prairie beer... It's brilliant...
Thank fuck for Geers and 'merican beers being re-stocked... Only one of three Prairie beers I wanted left, but they had some nice Hoppin' Frog, Alesmith and Three Floyds/ Mikkeller (Grand Marnier Boogoop) collab beers instead...
Lambic = flat. Geuze = re-fermentated lambic aka the champagne of beers De Cam Oude Lambiek was an example of an EXQUISITE lambic beer I had last summer...
If ya want, I can probs pick you up a bottle of the Mein Aventinus Barrique Tap X on Wednesday mate... Shipping up to 10kgs to Germany is a very reasonable 16.4 €!.. So I can send say 2 big bottles and some regular ones for that... Had the coffee stout a couple of weeks ago btw... Less full bodied than the others, but very enjoyable nonetheless!.. Excuse the massively crappy cell pics lads, will try and buy a somewhat decent snappy-taker asap...
Going back to Geers Wednesday morning, to pick up some Prairie Artisan Ales beers!.. STOKED!.. http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/prairie-artisan-ales-freds-blend/287850/ http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/prairie-artisan-ales-prairie-hop/196472/ http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/prairie-artisan-ales-pirate-bomb/234388/ http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/prairie-artisan-ales-wine-barrel-noir/218534/ Meanwhile, in Belgium... Germany vs. USA: battle of the borderline vulgar beasts!..
Drink this'un at 16-18C°!... It's vineous like you wouldn't believe...
Schneider Weisse Tap X Mein Eisbock Barrique - Schneider Aventinus Eisbock matured for 15 months in Pinot Noir Barrels. Wow - this is the most challenging beer I've ever had... No carbonation. Murky, DIRTY brown... Sirup like consistency... It's STELLAR... Lots of oak, wood,... I'm struggling to discover the Weizen-Eisbock they used through all the complex layers, but it's definitely there... At 11,5 €/ (33cl!) bottle this is also one of the most expensive beer I've...
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