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The Official Beer Thread

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

  1. chorse123

    chorse123 Senior member

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    I rarely drink except maybe once a day.

    Nice : )
     


  2. dah328

    dah328 Senior member

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    I am currently drinking a lot of:

    - Flying Dog "Doggie Style" Classic Pale Ale -- A reasonably hoppy pale ale that's a nice break from the trendy super-hoppy IPAs these days. I like those, too, but they can be too much of a good thing.
    - Breckenridge Vanilla Porter -- A smooth porter with some vanilla extract flavor. My current go-to beer for when I don't feel like a pale ale or IPA.
     


  3. bc78

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    Rogue Chocolate Stout is great.
     


  4. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Have any of you guys hear of Sierra Nevada changing the recipe of the Pale Ale? It was my go to beer for a long time and then after a few month hiatus something seemed different and much less enjoyable. I consulted my sisters boyfriend who is really into beer (brewery, tastings, etc etc) and he confirmed that due to the scarcity of the hops Sierra Nevada had to change their recipe.

    Even more upsetting: I was also a big fan of Hacker-Pschorr Weisse. Lo and behold I had the same issue. They were forced to change their recipe to the shortage also. Terrible terrible news.
     


  5. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    Have any of you guys hear of Sierra Nevada changing the recipe of the Pale Ale? It was my go to beer for a long time and then after a few month hiatus something seemed different and much less enjoyable. I consulted my sisters boyfriend who is really into beer (brewery, tastings, etc etc) and he confirmed that due to the scarcity of the hops Sierra Nevada had to change their recipe.

    Even more upsetting: I was also a big fan of Hacker-Pschorr Weisse. Lo and behold I had the same issue. They were forced to change their recipe to the shortage also. Terrible terrible news.


    I suspect this is the case with Sierra Nevada. To me, it was a much better tasting beer a few years ago. I don't like it anymore.
     


  6. Mauby

    Mauby Senior member

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    Currently it's Three Floyd Brewery's Robert the Bruce Scottish Ale. For a long time prior to that, it was Rogue brewery's Dead Guy Ale.
     


  7. MikkoN

    MikkoN Senior member

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    ^ and ^^
    Bastards!! I have not had any in three years.
    If the hops are toned down, it will probably make it very mediocre.

    Sad stuff...
     


  8. versusqc

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    An imperial stout brewed in montreal, mind blowing [​IMG]
     


  9. Robert

    Robert Senior member

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    Currently it's Three Floyd Brewery's Robert the Bruce Scottish Ale. For a long time prior to that, it was Rogue brewery's Dead Guy Ale.

    Love Robert the Bruce. Wish we could get Three Floyds stuff in these parts.
     


  10. Mauby

    Mauby Senior member

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    Love Robert the Bruce. Wish we could get Three Floyds stuff in these parts.
    Time to start that bootlegging business.
     


  11. wylesf

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    Stone IPA
     


  12. neeZy

    neeZy Senior member

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    Newcastle or Beck's Light...depending on how many calories I want to ingest...
     


  13. xpress

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    I don't always drink beer...

    But when I do...

    I prefer Dos Equis.


    Stay thirsty, my friends.
     


  14. greasypeanut

    greasypeanut Well-Known Member

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    i prefer dos equis amber... lol

    but my favorite beer is dfh 60minute
     


  15. GekkoHQ

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    Lion Lager for me, just to keep in touch with my South African roots...

    If I can't get it, then it's generally some sort of bitter like Bombardier. Most of you guys probably think a Brit like me just drinks warm flat beer. And I guess you're right... [​IMG]
     


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