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post #31 of 124
Guinness = Starbucks of beer.
post #32 of 124
German's Paulaner
post #33 of 124
Went to the local beer store and got these:

-Ommegang Three Philosopher, 4 pack
-Dogfish Head 90min IPa, 4 pack
-Blue Moon Belgian wheat ale, 6 pack
-Lindemans Framboise Lambic, 750ml

I'm all set for the next couple days.
post #34 of 124
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
Went to the local beer store and got these:

-Ommegang Three Philosopher, 4 pack
-Dogfish Head 90min IPa, 4 pack
-Blue Moon Belgian wheat ale, 6 pack
-Lindemans Framboise Lambic, 750ml

I'm all set for the next couple days.

It sounds like you're good to go. Let me know what you think of the Three Philosophers.
post #35 of 124
It's coming up on spring/summer time and that means Magic Hat Hocus Pocus will be brought back into stock at my house.
post #36 of 124
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Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
Went to the local beer store and got these:

-Ommegang Three Philosopher, 4 pack
-Dogfish Head 90min IPa, 4 pack
-Blue Moon Belgian wheat ale, 6 pack
-Lindemans Framboise Lambic, 750ml

I'm all set for the next couple days.

post #37 of 124
Has anyone had the Dogfish Head Fort beer? It's the big bottle. I was curious about it but it's $16-18 and didn't want to blow my money on it if it's gross.
post #38 of 124
Winter Wonder Lager-Amber in color, this is an intense, malty, sweet flavored barley brew. Boiled an extra long tome to condense and produce a specific sugar profile. Combined with a very unique yeast strain, this beer has some aromas of bananas, smoked malt and bubble gum. One of our most interesting beers, it has been aged for over one year to ensure a smooth crisp flavor.
A.B.V. 16.5%


Check out www.kbrewery.com for some great beers and wines if you are ever in the Detroit area.
post #39 of 124
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Has anyone had the Dogfish Head Fort beer? It's the big bottle. I was curious about it but it's $16-18 and didn't want to blow my money on it if it's gross.

Er, http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...&postcount=239.
post #40 of 124
Having my Dogfish Head 90min IPA now. Must say it's
Will be head back to bed shortly.
post #41 of 124
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Having my Dogfish Head 90min IPA now. Must say it's
Will be head back to bed shortly.

Lol. It's been known to make you forget to conjugate verbs.
post #42 of 124
guinness guinness and hite(where to get in canada beyond restaurants, i have no idea)
post #43 of 124
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Originally Posted by Brian278 View Post

And I'll add that you could do better for your money in Dogfish Head's limited editions stuff, namely, Burton Baton, Raison d'Extra, the Golden Pilsner, and the Worldwide Stout.
post #44 of 124
^ Were you really fond of the Raison d' Etre? It was so...interesting, that I couldn't drink more than one. Okay, no more than two.
post #45 of 124
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^ Were you really fond of the Raison d' Etre? It was so...interesting, that I couldn't drink more than one. Okay, no more than two.

I like Raison d'Etre as well, but I was referring to Raison d'Extra, which is a hoppier, far more potent higher alcohol variation that I would never drink more than one of and have frequently split with someone else.
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