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post #1411 of 7226
Daisy Cutter and Alpha King when I want an American Pale and Dreadnaught as my IPA, I personally love super hoppy and I have noticed a trend in Rye beers lately, especially Rye-PAs...
post #1412 of 7226
Had this last night and really enjoyed it, since I'm starting to develop a taste for Belgians and Belgian style beers. Some citrus, clove, and yeast on the nose, smooth and dry on the pallate.
post #1413 of 7226
Today bought more Bell's Batch 10,000. That shit went fast. Also got Bell's Expedition Stout, Dogfish 90 Minute, Short's Cup a Joe. Really excited to try Cup a Joe. Having an Expedition Stout now. Very very very enjoyable.
post #1414 of 7226
Yea, i also think collaboration beers will start to pop up more now to generate hype. Haven't really seen much if any (that i've noticed) but expect to see a fair amount in the next year
post #1415 of 7226
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Yea, i also think collaboration beers will start to pop up more now to generate hype. Haven't really seen much if any (that i've noticed) but expect to see a fair amount in the next year

There are multiple collab beers already, it could be you're region, but here in the Midwest it happens a lot, so it's really nothing new...
post #1416 of 7226
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Originally Posted by Tooch4321 View Post
There are multiple collab beers already, it could be you're region, but here in the Midwest it happens a lot, so it's really nothing new...

on that topic, by chance did you try 2 brothers collaboration with Urthel? I'm alittle pissed I missed that one and that one was so easy to get. grrr.

(and back to the trend of rye ales just like Moaten...) Have you tried Goose Island's Fleur? I was at a tasting 2 years ago when they gave an experimental tasting of Fleur, and it was a flemmish rye ale... I dont know how it turned into a belgian pale and they kept the same name, but I've avoided trying it.
post #1417 of 7226
Wow. Spiegelau Stemmed Pilsners are $12 on amazon. I just bought more for me and some Xmas shopping just got done.

Bell's Expedition - damn tasty and very accessible for me. will be buying more. coffee and chocolate but also has a hint of hops, but doesn't overpower the sweet notes. damn fucking good.


Short's PB&J - undecided on this one. Definitely does smell like a PBJ sandwich, however it has a tart fruit flavor and the peanut taste takes a back seat. the fruit overpowers the nuts. probably need to try this when i'm not having a cigar.


Short's Cup a Joe Stout - delicious. not as heavy of a coffee taste as say Founders Breakfast, but I like that. it does smell like strong coffee but the flavor is not so, if that makes any sense. there is a bit of sweetness to it. lighter than it looks and sounds. very enjoyable.
post #1418 of 7226
^ damn B, is that one nights work?
post #1419 of 7226
all while having an Edmundo.
post #1420 of 7226
Another? You roll big!
post #1421 of 7226
I was hoping it was terrible. But no.
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I was hoping it was terrible. But no.

Hahaha, not even close.
post #1423 of 7226
It looks like Christmas came a bit early today...
post #1424 of 7226
How are those ones in the can? I've always been afraid of canned beers
post #1425 of 7226
My buddy just got some '09 Dark Lord he wants to share with me....
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