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post #10111 of 10834
Yeah - you had a bad bottle... Some 2014s were infected... Don't think this intel is out there, but that's what I heard...
post #10112 of 10834
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Originally Posted by hc4thehc View Post

Yeah - you had a bad bottle... Some 2014s were infected... Don't think this intel is out there, but that's what I heard...

 

Ah - that was my initial reaction when I first tried it although I possibly served it too cool however, as it was so nice I thought it may have been a different beer.

 

It was a bit like a tart version of Pannepot - how I would imagine a red wine barrelled version to taste however, the Capsoul I had last year was sublime and no hints tartness.

Good to know about the 2014 issues. I knew this forum wouldn't let me down. :cheers:

 

Today clearly has not been my day - opened Stone's Enjoy After 07.04.16 and found it to be massively disappointing. So much so that I left half, gave it to my neighbour and opened (an infected) Pannepot. :brick: 


Edited by Steven Cash - 4/18/16 at 1:14pm
post #10113 of 10834
Quick stop at Geers...

post #10114 of 10834
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Originally Posted by Steven Cash View Post

So much so that I left half, gave it to my neighbour and opened (an infected) Pannepot. baldy%5B1%5D.gif

Decided to make some chili con quorn with Pannepot ('14) instead of Guinness... Had a sip... Sourness is there in smell and taste, but it's not too bad... Guess this is why Struise never took action to withdraw the bad batch(es?)...

post #10115 of 10834
Scored some Double Barrel Aged Noa Pecan Mud Cake. Celebrating with:

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post #10116 of 10834
that's a racist bottle foo.gif
post #10117 of 10834
Tell me about it - had to keep it away from me black beans...
post #10118 of 10834

Opened this one for my wife's birthday a bit back.  Since Cascade's Apricot is her favorite beer, this one was appreciated:

 

Opened these three this weekend with a couple of friends. The '13 and '15 both had some decent bitterness; the '14 was a bit weak.  Can't say I noticed that the '15 was before its best-after date, but we also had them in order.

post #10119 of 10834
Both underwhelming.

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post #10120 of 10834
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Originally Posted by hc4thehc View Post

Both underwhelming.

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Which Flying Dog beer is that? I've like d all the ones I've tried.

post #10121 of 10834
read label not pint glass
post #10122 of 10834
After a jog on a beautiful 68-degree (F) day, I am enjoying a beer that has no official name and is impossible to obtain because it's brewed by monks whose monastery straddles the borders of Belgium, Luxembourg, and France and thus cannot be classified or taxed properly. Just kidding I dumped some grapefruit juice into my Brooklyn Lager and my ghetto shandy is refreshing and delicious screw all y'all snobs
post #10123 of 10834
Summertime shandies are the best. Cheladas with shitty Mexican beers are a close high
post #10124 of 10834
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

Summertime shandies are the best. Cheladas with shitty Mexican beers are a close high

Extra picante please.

post #10125 of 10834
i thought micheladas were spicy and cheladas were just lime juice and salt

micheladas for brunch, cheladas for watching people mow the lawn
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