The Official Beer Thread

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

  1. PandArts

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    Beautiful autumn day so I'm enjoying some of this on the patio while I wait for my bottle of CBS to arrive...hopefully tomorrow.

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    Marion Street Cheese Market? I was thinking about hitting them up...
     


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    Yes sir, said they're getting a case...perhaps tomorrow. And they have plenty of the breakfast stout as well.
     


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    having a 2010 Founders Breakfast Stout. Damn delicious. Getting pumped for Game 5.
     


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    Aaron01--I read about that not too long ago on BeerNews and was intrigued yet kinda leery at the same time. Did you try it yet? How much did that set you back?
     


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    It runs about $10. Its tasty but not the best oatmeal stout ever. Their Black is a killer. I might pick up one of the Black Hole stouts aged in burbon barrels. Its pricey at $15 for 375ml.

    Tooch - you're always raving about that Cantillon shit. I have access to cooze and rose cooze. Worth snagging, and if so, at what price?
     


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    They're oude gueze is great. Dunno about others.

    Enjoying a breakfast stout. Tasty. Lots of coffee and chocolate

    I found another place nearby releasing cbs in two days. If it starts at 12 when should I get there by? Bringing my gf so I can score two bottles

    Ooh. I also scored a parabola. Dunno if I should go back for the last bottle
     
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    Get there now and camp out. Like Black Friday. Get me one.

    Seriously though - go get the other Parabola.
     


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    you are too late
     


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    Shit there are cases of Parabola just sitting on the shelves here right now, I'd snag any and all Cantillon and if you don't like them, I'll let you send them to me...
     


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    Clearly its not that great as you have yet to attempt to bribe me into buying them for you. I'll save the 75 minute drive.
     


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    No beer is worth driving that far to get unless you are planning on taking a brewery tour and spending the day, but driving that far for beer is retarded...
     


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    Way ahead of you. Its a little over an hour with traffic and I'll have to pay over retail.

    Anybody familiar with 8 Wire out of New Zealand? Picked up their stout the other day.
     


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    Had a Hoppin Frog Double Frog Hollow Pumpkin Ale last night. Sweet and cider like. It went down very very smoothly. Too sweet for regular drinking but I'd drink it again if I was in a pumpkiny mood.
     


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