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post #9556 of 10827
smile.gif So, that one is very expensive? The yellow one (which I liked better) is 1,99.
post #9557 of 10827
Prairie Christmas Bomb is v good this year
post #9558 of 10827
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Originally Posted by Best Budz View Post

Prairie Christmas Bomb is v good this year

Someone send me a bottle (and one to send to @hc4thehc) smile.gif
post #9559 of 10827
^How thoughtful of you.. I would love one shog[1].gif

Did you recognise me without my hood?..

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/omnipollo--buxton-yellow-belly-peanut-butter-biscuit-stout/280975/

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Some more Belgisch bier:

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And today another double Trappist,

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which, can't help it, tasted like Coke to me. crazy.gif
post #9561 of 10827
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Originally Posted by Ken P View Post

Someone send me a bottle (and one to send to @hc4thehc) smile.gif

someone local told me we have Prarie distro in Maine but I've never seen a bottle of it for sale. had something from them last I was in NYC and loved it, hope they find their way north more often.

silver lining: Alesmith found its way up north! Got a bottle of speedway waiting for me, and I'm starting to see it around town on tap.
post #9562 of 10827
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

someone local told me we have Prarie distro in Maine but I've never seen a bottle of it for sale. had something from them last I was in NYC and loved it, hope they find their way north more often.

silver lining: Alesmith found its way up north! Got a bottle of speedway waiting for me, and I'm starting to see it around town on tap.

They use Shelton as their distro, so if you get any of their other portfolio you should get Prairie...
post #9563 of 10827
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Originally Posted by Portland Dry Goods View Post

someone local told me we have Prarie distro in Maine but I've never seen a bottle of it for sale. had something from them last I was in NYC and loved it, hope they find their way north more often.

silver lining: Alesmith found its way up north! Got a bottle of speedway waiting for me, and I'm starting to see it around town on tap.

I've bought Prairie in ME before. I think it just doesn't sit. Bottles come out and they sell out pretty quickly.
post #9564 of 10827
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Originally Posted by Tooch4321 View Post

They use Shelton as their distro, so if you get any of their other portfolio you should get Prairie...

Jolly pumpkin and Anchorage definately end up here now and then. maybe we're just the last stop.
post #9565 of 10827
Beer.












All solid to good stuff, but none were very good/perfect. Too bitter and loud (Brewdog Jack Hammer), too malty (SHIPA Galaxy and especially the Anchor IPA), too bright (most Brewfists) etc. Overall not really a fan of Brewfist, but I kinda knew that already.
post #9566 of 10827
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Rastal glass? Comfortable in the hand, isn't it? And enough room to put your nose in. smile.gif
post #9567 of 10827
i just wish it didnt have the lip
post #9568 of 10827
How come?
post #9569 of 10827
Meanwhile, in Belgium...

post #9570 of 10827
Oh boy. If you were to send one of those my way I would reward you handsomely in New England beer when I land there -
A week from Monday

Didn't get to try fou when I went there in 2014 but it was by far my favoortie too experience. Wound up trading with some dude who helped out there and gave him all Trillim had to offer before it became "real".


Depending on time I may go to middle Massachusetts to show my support to tree house. After all I was their 20th customer when they opened for real...unless someone want a to split some beers down in cape cod. Can't offer my parents house because I don't even know what the thing looks like Know.
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