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Pretty nice stuff:


A bit sweet:
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I am going to be in Ireland in January. Does anyone have any suggestions for good beer or whiskey activities?
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One of my friends is moving, so I went and got all my homebrew things from his house. He still had about a dozen beers left over that I made in his closet. Excited to drink some of them now to see how a couple months of age of them made them develop. They're in the fridge now and planning on doing a full day of drinking and cooking tomorrow then going to a local brewery that night. Should be a good time. I'll try to post up some pics and impressions of my shitty home brew stuff. Think I have a blonde, pale ale, some type of ipa and maybe 1 other diff type of beer in there. Either way, fun will be had tomorrow.
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I'm finding a lot of stouts smell great, but often are kind of watery. Some imperial stouts lose their 'stoutness' and it ends up being less than smooth. I'm aching for a nice stout, something full bodied and sweet. Any suggestions for someone in British Columbia?
post #7535 of 7539
Another win by Ken. Super coffee flavors with good alcohol-ly body.
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Another win by Ken. Super coffee flavors with good alcohol-ly body.

God damn I miss living in Boston. Good thing I have a few of these for when I'm home for the holidays
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I haven't actually had the coffee version myself. Going to have to hunt down another one for me.

Thanks to @Pilot for the awesome trade!


Also got this awesome package from a BA trade in. Cantillon smile.gif

Also have two more bottles of Cantillon from Hc4thehc floating around the Boston Postal Service somewhere. Going to spend tomorrow trying to track those down.

I had this on Wednesday. Really amazing, sweet and spicy. Great combo.

This one, lives up to its name. Definitely funky!
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I'm finding a lot of stouts smell great, but often are kind of watery. Some imperial stouts lose their 'stoutness' and it ends up being less than smooth. I'm aching for a nice stout, something full bodied and sweet. Any suggestions for someone in British Columbia?

Not a stout, but try Vancouver Island Brewery's Eisbock, Hermannator. Definitely full-bodied and sweet.
post #7539 of 7539
Something out of Lexington, Kentucky



Not bad, seems pretty high on the bitterness scale.
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