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    Some pelforth brune, cheap but OK



    Just moved near a local brewpub that has a nice english pale ale (they call it an amber) that reminds me of home....pics to come. I had tried their IPA and was thoroughly disappointed so I avoided their beers for a long time, but I am glad I gave them another chance. Now if they could actually add some hops to their IPA and get rid of that overpowering citrus flavor....
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    Just opened what used to be my beer fridge, but now holds bottled water and sports drinks most of the time, to find the wife had put some Heineken Light in there for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black_box View Post
    no. if you were, you wouldnt have had to stick your head in the fridge to provide the summary.

    I have one can of Guinness left.
    Maybe they're trying to turn me into one.
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    Last night I had an Iron Horse Imperial Red Ale. The first taste was pretty standard red ale, flavor, meaning a balance of sweet and malty. Then it kind of evolved into almost a blackberry flavor and finally finished with a moderately strong hoppiness.



    I've got a 22 of something expensive in the fridge that I don't remember the name of. I'll have to find a really good dinner to try that with. Plus there's a bunch of Red Hook ESB in there. I really wanted to get their Mudslinger spring seasonal, but the store was out of it.

    In a completely unrelated note, 7-11 just announced they're going to start carrying their own-brand of beer, to complement their "fine wine" selection.
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    I've had the 7-11 beer, Game Day. I had the Game Day Ice, specifically. It was beer, that's all I got to say about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamlucky13 View Post
    Last night I had an Iron Horse Imperial Red Ale. The first taste was pretty standard red ale, flavor, meaning a balance of sweet and malty. Then it kind of evolved into almost a blackberry flavor and finally finished with a moderately strong hoppiness.



    I've got a 22 of something expensive in the fridge that I don't remember the name of. I'll have to find a really good dinner to try that with. Plus there's a bunch of Red Hook ESB in there. I really wanted to get their Mudslinger spring seasonal, but the store was out of it.

    In a completely unrelated note, 7-11 just announced they're going to start carrying their own-brand of beer, to complement their "fine wine" selection.



    uh oh-i believe that is the fourth sign of the apocalypse.

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    I'm gonna have to rescind all my New Belgium hate, well not really hate but low enthusiasm. Sixer of Mighty Arrow pale ale in the fridge and I'm thoroughly enjoying them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets View Post
    I'm gonna have to rescind all my New Belgium hate, well not really hate but low enthusiasm. Sixer of Mighty Arrow pale ale in the fridge and I'm thoroughly enjoying them.
    Agreed, Fat Tire is ok. There are many many better beers out there. That said, I finished a sixer of New Belgium 1554 a few weeks ago. That is one fine bevy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skijor View Post
    Agreed, Fat Tire is ok. There are many many better beers out there. That said, I finished a sixer of New Belgium 1554 a few weeks ago. That is one fine bevy!
    True dat. All we get up here in Anch is Fat Tire. Man oh man do I miss me some 1554.

    Guess I'll have to drown my beer sorrows in this fresh growler of oatmeal stout from Glacier Brewhouse. It tends to fix whatever ails me.

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    Keg is dry, beer fridge is empty. When do kids move away to school again??

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    One can of Steel Reserve. 3 beers and I don't even taste them any more, anyway, and I refuse to pay a lot for that. Makes Wii bowling all the more exciting.
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    I had a New Belgium Ranger last night and it was so-so. The fridge contents is a long list.
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    Probably a few others that have slipped my mind and several others "cellaring" in my pantry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heresy View Post
    I had a New Belgium Ranger last night and it was so-so. The fridge contents is a long list.
    Stone Wall Ale
    Stone Vertical Epic 04 - 09
    Stone Double Bastard '07 - '09
    Stone Levitation
    Stone Smoked Porter
    Stone Imperial Russian Stout '09
    Alpine Pure Hoppiness
    Alpine Boris
    Alpine Nelson (growler)
    Bruery Black Tuesday
    Bruery Mischief
    Russian River Consecration
    Jolly Pumpkin La Roja
    Lost Abbey Older Viscosity
    Lost Abbey Angel's Share (bourbon barrel)
    Full Sail pale ale
    Mission St. IPA
    Dogfish Head 120 Min.
    Sam Adams Triple Bock
    Duchesse de Dourgogne
    Orval Trappist Ale
    Saison Dupont
    Rogue Kells
    Rogue Chipotle Ale
    Rogue Chocolate Stout

    Probably a few others that have slipped my mind and several others "cellaring" in my pantry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisPistofferson View Post
    Can I sleep on your couch for a month or two?
    Ha! You are not the first to ask. Most of that collection was accumulated prior to learning I am diabetic.
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    A little of everything though find after being in Europe that I don't like ice beers (ones you need to drink cold) so most of my stuff is on the Dark Side in the basement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heresy View Post
    Ha! You are not the first to ask. Most of that collection was accumulated prior to learning I am diabetic.
    Even more reason! I would only pee in your houseplants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPcyclist View Post
    A little of everything though find after being in Europe that I don't like ice beers (ones you need to drink cold) so most of my stuff is on the Dark Side in the basement.
    Aha! I get excited when people get past what they learn in beer commercials and figure out how to enjoy based on what the beer is. It kills me when I go to a brewpub and they serve a porter in a chilled glass. It's like putting a merlot on ice.

    Around 50 degrees seems pretty good for most darker beers.

    Heresy - your fridge is awesome, but keep in mind that beer doesn't generally keep as well as wine. Even protected from light and kept cool the hops eventually start to break down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamlucky13 View Post
    Aha! I get excited when people get past what they learn in beer commercials and figure out how to enjoy based on what the beer is. It kills me when I go to a brewpub and they serve a porter in a chilled glass. It's like putting a merlot on ice.

    Around 50 degrees seems pretty good for most darker beers.

    Heresy - your fridge is awesome, but keep in mind that beer doesn't generally keep as well as wine. Even protected from light and kept cool the hops eventually start to break down.
    like that's a bad thing. brings out what few tannins there are...
    i could count on one hand the great merlots i've had. many of the
    "good" ones are over-extracted, wannabe cabs. for the most part,
    it's a nice blending grape in the u.s.-france too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skijor View Post
    Agreed, Fat Tire is ok. There are many many better beers out there. That said, I finished a sixer of New Belgium 1554 a few weeks ago. That is one fine bevy!
    Come the dog days of summer their Blue Paddle pilsner is pretty good as well.
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