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The Official Beer Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by DNW, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Well-Known Member

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    That was a cool show. Way overproduced for drama but cool.
     
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  2. concealed

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    Its pretty good, decent imperial stout, sweeter undertones due to the honey as it warmed. good sunday night beer.
     
  3. AndrewST

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    Evil Twin's "Bikini Beer" (6/10)
    Grimm Artisanal Ales's "Bees in the Trappe" (7/10)
    Evil Twin's "Ryan and the Beaster Bunny" (6.5/10)
    New England's "668 Neighbor of the Beast" (7.5/10)
     
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  5. kwilkinson

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    Hc4, you should mail me a bunch of Fantome and Fonteinen. Kthx.
     
  6. concealed

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    Send me your Cantillon. Seriously down for a trade, just let me know if there are any reasonably available American beers you would like to try.
     
  7. indesertum

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    Can you ship beer internationally? Also I imagine shipping prices would be exhorbitant. If not I'd like some de cam please. And cantillon
     
  8. kwilkinson

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    I forgot about cantillon. :facepalm: count me in for that too!

    Bought 2 cases of expedition stout today. Will drink one over a year and cellar the other.

    Also just tried my first order on Letspour.com. Getting some Oude Tart, Rodenbach, Adam, some Dogfish Head stuff, Deschutes fresh hop, and some other randoms.
     
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    Trying to design a beer list for a restaurant and can't get any of the limited releases because the restaurant only has good relations with Great Lakes and UFO. They also complained that all my beers are too expensive. The only ones IMO that are expensive are the Belgian ones. Can't believe rochefort 10 costs $5 a bottle at wholesale prices.
     
  10. hc4thehc

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    R10 costs 3 $/ bottle in Belgium, go figure... It's just not a cheap beer... But it's too good not to have it on your list...

    As for me shipping or trading beer: no can do... Much too expensive... You guys could look into this online store though... Bombproof packing, int'l expedition, great selection, decent prices...

    http://www.bieresgourmet.be/catalog/
     
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    U need some? Didn't you guys only get distribution on two hearted and the other mainline stuff? If you want some of the specials and one offs shoot me msg.
     
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    Expedition Stout is good, but not worth shipping. Black Note on the other hand.....
     
  15. kwilkinson

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    Boy u crazy.

    About exp, not BN.
     
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    Firestone Walker Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout. V. nice. So glad stout season is starting
     
  17. OmniscientCause

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    Kern River Just outstanding...not as good as would have liked but still pretty good.
     
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    I forget which bells stout we're getting. Let me get back to you. Apparently we are getting hopslam in 2015
     
  19. OmniscientCause

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    hopslam leaves much to be desired...but im spoiled with locals ipas from the small nanos of new england.
     
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  20. kwilkinson

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    Probably Kalamazoo. That's the big production one.
     

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