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SkullSplitter Orkney Ale out of Scotland - syrupy sweet, hoppy awesomeness.

And politically divisive:



http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/s...st/7797016.stm
post #2342 of 7195
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Originally Posted by Humperdink View Post
SkullSplitter Orkney Ale out of Scotland - syrupy sweet, hoppy awesomeness.

And politically divisive:



http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/s...st/7797016.stm

This is on my list, I've tried to find it but it's always out of stock.
post #2343 of 7195
Dude looks like Piob.
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
Dude looks like Piob.

Fucker.
post #2345 of 7195
Picked up another bottle of Big John and a 4 pack of Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout.
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Amaretto, it's my favorite beer.
post #2348 of 7195
Nose is a lot of grapes, with some malts and a little yeast. Taste isn't as strong, a less powerful Duvel but less carbonation, still a little too much for my liking. I think I still have 1 bottle left, I'll probably sit on it for a couple months, I don't think I'll be rebuying this one in any vintage, too light for my tastes, but for a pale ale, it's quite nice.
post #2349 of 7195
I don't drink much but Budweiser Budvar (Budějovický Budvar) from the Czech Republic is the best beer I've had thus far.
post #2350 of 7195
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Originally Posted by Humperdink View Post
SkullSplitter Orkney Ale out of Scotland - syrupy sweet, hoppy awesomeness.

And politically divisive:



http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/s...st/7797016.stm

Awesome beer. One of my favorite scotch ales.
post #2351 of 7195
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post

i have a case of this I bought as an impulse buy. I will age a lot of it long term and see how it turns out.
post #2352 of 7195
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Originally Posted by ama View Post
Awesome beer. One of my favorite scotch ales.

It really earns it's name.

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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post
i have a case of this I bought as an impulse buy. I will age a lot of it long term and see how it turns out.

Don't know if this is old news, but Founders is going to be issuing seasonal and specialties (like the Curmudgeon) in 750ml bottles.
post #2353 of 7195
Stella Artois
post #2354 of 7195
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Originally Posted by Humperdink View Post
It really earns it's name.



Don't know if this is old news, but Founders is going to be issuing seasonal and specialties (like the Curmudgeon) in 750ml bottles.

That's news to me. I've never seen founders in 750s

Speaking of which has anyone had Founders Backwoods Bastard? I've had Dirty Bastard and am really curious about Backwoods. I've never even seen it for sale.
post #2355 of 7195
would really like to try japanese milk beer but i can't find it in dallas.
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