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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
i might get a couple of those crate and barel ones this weekend for my clumsy friends. last time i checked, they didn't have them, so hopefully i can at least compare. i REALLY REALLY like the spiegelaus and the premium over them is the cost of a decent 6 pack. no way would i spend any more on glasses, but amazon with prime free shipping, why not.

I ordered a pair online for my dad's place. Won't be able to compare them until I visit later this month.

I figured at that price point I'd be silly not to get some of them
post #1187 of 7764
yeah, i felt the same way. i spend a lot on beer, so why not. i do, however, want to compare the c&b ones because i wouldn't mind having more around for when i have guests over. they are probably very, very similar.
post #1188 of 7764
Going to Three Floyds next week, if anybody wants anything hit me up and we can work something out...
post #1189 of 7764
from yesterday. Maudite. I want to try this one again. Nothing special at first, but as I drank it, I was more and more intrigued. Maybe it was too cold at the beginning.

post #1190 of 7764
Old Harbor Brewery's Kofresi Stout. Chocolate and toasted coffee notes. Sweet all around. Creamy body. I get it on tap at the brewery and in 22 ounce bottles at specialty gourmet shops.

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/old-har...i-stout/57106/

www.oldharborbrewery.com
post #1191 of 7764
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
yeah, i felt the same way. i spend a lot on beer, so why not. i do, however, want to compare the c&b ones because i wouldn't mind having more around for when i have guests over. they are probably very, very similar.
Yeah, it just seems wrong to spend $20+ on a beer and then drink it out of some dinky glass, might as well have quality glassware to match what goes in it. Would be like eating some exquisite meal off of a paper plate with plastic cutlery. I'll be sure to post my thoughts about the C&B ones vs the Spiegelaus. PS. Unibroue is good shit, basically any bottle from them is teh goodness. Try Trois Pistoles, it's very good. I still need to buy a bottle of La Terribles, which is the same style ale.
post #1192 of 7764
I'm curious about the differences. If i get to the mall this weekend, i'm going to see if they have the glasses. picked up a couple of each of these for the weekend. gave up on the KBS. Regular Breakfast Stout will have to do. also, just realized i went stout crazy this weekend.
post #1193 of 7764
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Going to Three Floyds next week, if anybody wants anything hit me up and we can work something out...

what from Three Floyds do you recommend. I'm thinking about placing an order with the Archer place you linked earlier.
post #1194 of 7764
i am going to be picking up a collab they are releasing with dogfish head next week named poppaskull and i'm also gonna snag some creeper. you can only get them at the brewery, i'll also wind up grabbing anything else that might be seasonal, plus some fresh artic panzer wolf and dreadnaught.
post #1195 of 7764
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These 2 I want so bad. I have like no fucking room for new beers though, oh, that and I can't find them around here
post #1196 of 7764
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Originally Posted by Aaron01 View Post
These 2 I want so bad. I have like no fucking room for new beers though, oh, that and I can't find them around here

i have both from '08-'10, where do ya live? you can get BCBS pretty much all over the country...
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I finally made it to the Pisgah Brewing Company located in Black Mountain, NC last weekend. Left with 120 bottles and 5 growlers of the following brews, Pale Ale ( which was suprisingly tasty for an American Pale Ale ), Nitro Stout, Porter, Hellbender Barleywine, and Cosmos.
post #1198 of 7764
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from yesterday. Maudite. I want to try this one again. Nothing special at first, but as I drank it, I was more and more intrigued. Maybe it was too cold at the beginning.


this beer has one of the most unique flavors I've tasted... very memorable
post #1199 of 7764
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i have both from '08-'10, where do ya live? you can get BCBS pretty much all over the country...

Southern California. I've never seen it here, or I've just glossed over it
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