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The Official Beer Thread

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

  1. bdeuce22

    bdeuce22 Senior member

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    Not too shabby

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    Love the Sanctification.
    Stuck to Anchor Brewing California Lagers for the beach today. Went out for my bro's bday on Sunday and had a bunch of good shit on tap: Drakes Denogginizor, Alpine Nelson, Coronado x Monkey Paw Schwarzbier, Bell's Pale, Pliny TE and Hess. The Alpine was in a 72oz glass boot... Jesus, we kinda got loose.
     
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  4. indesertum

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    alpine nelson in a 72 oz glass boot sounds heavenly
     
  5. Ken P

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    I love Sanctification. If anyone in Cali has a good source for RR beers and is looking for some good Northeast stuff for a trade let me know.

    Opened one of my Sofie's this weekend, about a couple months since bottled, way better than when I opened one a month ago. I have one left, going to see how long I can hold out.

    I cracked open the Parabola last night, I should have photographed it but I didn't. So tasty but I'm glad I split the bottle with friends. Had about half of and I can feel it this morning.
     
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  6. cocostella

    cocostella Senior member

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    I'd like to work something out with you in the future. I'll be out of the loop through June though. Can usually get RR and Lost Abbey. Shipping via UPS ground for Xmas trades was pretty steep though. USPS Priority flat rate seems worth the risk...
     
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  7. Ken P

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    Yes, or FedEx Ground Home Delievery isn't too bad either. PM me when you get back in July, we will work something out.
     
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  10. bdeuce22

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    if you ship USPS, just make sure to put boxes of nerds or other noisy candy in the box to mask the noise liquid makes.

    actually, that probably should be the case for any shipping method.
     
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    Uh-oh...

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  12. indesertum

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    Better have some friends over for that parabola. That's a tough bottle to finish
     
  13. Ken P

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    +1 for sure.
     
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    Speak for yourself. If you're not drinking bombers and or magnums of high alcohol stouts to your face then you're doing it wrong. :cheers:
     
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  15. hc4thehc

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    I don't plan on sharing. I'm well versed in the art of finishing big bottles of strong stouts by myself. I'm Belgian after all.
     
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    @indesertum, did you finish your Parabola? I can hold onto mine and we can try it next year :slayer::slayer:
     
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    Being Asian and all can't finish a bomber of an American imperial stout.

    (Or is it despite being Asian?)


    :) I have one for you
     
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    3 month old heady topper is still fucking amazing
     
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  20. bdeuce22

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    wish I could say the same for a 5 month old hopslam. :embar:
     
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