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post #4561 of 7245
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I should look for Juliet. Sounds so tasty

Best of luck! I liked it better than Lolita this year. Expensive though.
post #4562 of 7245
Anyone have any idea of the release date for Brux? Should be around now I think, but I'm going to be too busy to check stores all week.
post #4563 of 7245

Beer is certainly an all time favorite, be it for males or females. I definitely need it frquently especially on days which I chill on my sofa and watch sports etc.. bet you guys are the same!  

post #4564 of 7245

Schneider Aventinus and Chimay blue label are the "common" beers I drink on a regular basis. Nice stuff.

post #4565 of 7245
Does anyone know when and where I can find SN/RR Brux in NY? I'm asking stores around Long Island and being looked at like I'm crazy for even suggesting it exists.
post #4566 of 7245
Fuuuu brux sounds so good. Apparently on same scale as ovila and ovila is everywhere. Can't wait
post #4567 of 7245
Probably not in your guys' wheelhouse, but I really love this stuff:

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/345/4173/

I'll be in London this weekend, so I'll have to pleasure of drinking lots of bitters I can't get in the states icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #4568 of 7245
Seeing as it's a roasting prairie summer up here in Alberta, I'm leaning towards the pale and white beers - mostly Canadian-brewed and they pair well with BBQ food. Come Autumn & Winter I get more into the obscure microbrews and darker stouts.


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post #4569 of 7245
Any of you able to recommend a good stout? Seems like most of you like lagers and IPAs.
post #4570 of 7245
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Any of you able to recommend a good stout? Seems like most of you like lagers and IPAs.

It's hard to say cuz we don't know where you live and what you have access too. The best thing is to go to rate beer and look at your area. There's a ranking of beers by area somewhere and should have some stouts there
post #4571 of 7245
Beer Pantry has a lot of it... but it is $27 WTF!!!!!! Not worth it.
post #4572 of 7245
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Originally Posted by Blog Marley View Post

Any of you able to recommend a good stout? Seems like most of you like lagers and IPAs.

Guinness.
post #4573 of 7245
imperial russian stout, old rasputin or stone
post #4574 of 7245
Guinness
post #4575 of 7245
I do honestly think that Sam smith's various porters and stouts are the best intro to them. Guiness is mad weak and light as water and the American ones are so strong almost syrupy.
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