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Couple from yesterday.

This was decent but for the price I was a bit disappointed. I have another to cellar and I'm hoping some age will make it a bit more interesting.

This was very good. I'd pick Bomb! over this though.
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I'm always amazed by how much of a mecca Oregon is for beer. In one day I had so many fantastic beers. Here's a sampling:

A growler of Falling Sky IPA:

Russian River's Temptation:

Boneyard's Suge Knight (even this 6oz pour may have been a bit much at 14%, but still fantastic):

Anchorage's Love Buzz:

And that's only about half. I also tried Crux's Imperial IPA, Oakshire's Espresso Stout, and Terminal Gravity's IPA (the last one was a bit disappointing). We even stopped at a brewpub on the trek in (Pfriem, which was nice; I would've preferred Logsdon, but that's closed to visitors right now).
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Good barleywine!..


True romance:

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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Interesting. I drink a lot of their Sunday session but I don't find it very interesting so I have been hesitant to seek out their other beers (I do trivia at a bar where it is on special that night... And then we frequently win a round which nets us another round of free Sunday sessions)

Funny you say that as I was unimpressed by their offerings at the Oak Park Micro Brew Review. But I saw this bottle and was drawn to the wax (as if that was any indication that it would be good biggrin.gif )
But as it was inexpensive I figured I would give it a try and was pleasantly surprised.
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Strongly disagree with RB's review. This is pretty damn good.
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Etre Gourmet looking to snatch-up all my Christmas money.
post #7658 of 7661
Has anyone ordered from them? Shipping to Canada is high enough that I wouldn't want to risk it getting jacked at the border.
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I've ordered from them numerous times, but I'm in Belgium so... biggrin.gif

Contact them (in French or English), they'll certainly help ya out!..
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I've received that mail like 7 times in the past three days... confused.gif
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Swung by Cascade last night:

This tastes like Dr. Pepper:
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