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post #10081 of 10829
Easy to find; always good.



And then tonight:
post #10082 of 10829
that hanbok looks so weird hahaha
post #10083 of 10829
GLB CanuckPale Ale... Pretty basic, but hit the spot...




Thornbridge x St Eriks Raspberry Imp Stout 2013. Pop it open: red fruit paradise... Raspberry, raspberry, raspberry... Great sour stout that has held up remarkably!.. The nose on this thing is out of this fucking world...

post #10084 of 10829
Recently moved to Maine. Bought some funky bow and oxbow beers yesterday. Wasn't terribly impressed by the funky bow
post #10085 of 10829
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Recently moved to Maine. Bought some funky bow and oxbow beers yesterday. Wasn't terribly impressed by the funky bow
How was the oxbow then?
post #10086 of 10829
Haven't tried it yet. Will report back
post #10087 of 10829
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Easy to find; always good.



And then tonight:

Pongdang was selling bottles of cascade for $100

Smh
post #10088 of 10829
Oxbow crossfade was v good...a blended farmhouse ale. Drank a few beers earlier this week at ebenezers brewpub in Brunswick which also doubles as the brewpub for Lively brewing. Was pleasantly surprised by how good the beers I had were. Don't remember the names but I had two IPAs and a stout. I think one was called the Mary Jane
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Recently moved to Maine. Bought some funky bow and oxbow beers yesterday. Wasn't terribly impressed by the funky bow

Welcome to the motherland! You should check out the Oxbow tasting room in portland if you dug the crossfade - about half a dozen or so of their beers on tap in multiple sizes, and more recently they've added guest taps. when I was there it was a fig farmhouse from Baird (jp) and a Swedish beer that neither I nor the bartender could pronounce. Both were solid.
post #10090 of 10829
Thanks. I'll be in Portland this weekend so I'll be sure to stop in for a drink. I'll try to stop by the shop and say hi, too.
post #10091 of 10829
v rare
post #10092 of 10829
i find it funny you have a box of pbr right next to a bunch of treehouse cans lol
post #10093 of 10829
If any of you New Englanders want to try something new (and essentially blow up my spot), it looks like Liquid Riot is releasing 2 russian imperial stouts: one aged in port wine barrels and one in bourbon



It's right across from our shop on commercial street too; I won't be working, but you can probably find me in line for a couple of these.
post #10094 of 10829

I find that after the first or second you can't taste very much, so in the scenario that Settlers of Catan was out, or I was entertaining the blue ribbon is perfect.

 

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post #10095 of 10829
New event at Stone Brewing Berlin (opening sometime this summer) for the 500th anniversary of the German Reinheitsgebot on April 23rd. The event will feature beers not compliant to it. biggrin.gif I'll have to check it out, lots of interesting beers icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif.

Prolly gonna be an expensive day. happy.gif I'll focus on the Stone brews though. Any recs?

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