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What does C&V drink? Adult beverage wise now?

Old 11-10-19, 07:10 AM
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My son works at two local craft breweries. Take home privileges are appreciated.

https://www.millpondbrewing.com
Pete Zump – NE Pale Ale 6.6%
When we were kids, and we would see our dad (Larry) have a conversation with a stranger, we would ask, “dad, who was that?” occasionally he wouldn’t remember, so his reply was “Pete Zump” (plus other names soon to follow in this series). This New England Pale Ale has strong juicy, tropical, passion fruit, papaya, mango, and tangerine characteristic from the Azacca and Mandarina Bavaria hops.

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Rarely drink. With a French wife, often red/white/rose wine.... Rum anytime wanting something different....
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Gonna have a go at this:


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I enjoy a nice dark ale once in a while. I buy mine from the Liquor Control Board of Ontario aka LCBO. The one I get most often is a Kentish Ale bottled as SPITFIRE ALE and was created to commemorate The Battle of Britain. Before the LCBO stopped carrying bottles of it some bottles had The Bottle of Britain on them.



Alas, now that I'm on blood pressure and cholesterol medicines I'm not supposed to consume any alcohol. I wonder if one bottle would hurt? LOL

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Comes with bar end plugs...


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Ship shape


This is quite new here. Is it originally American.
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At Christmas time I told my son I have enough stuff. A shared experience with him would be a great gift.
It took a little while to align our schedules. Friday he picked me up for a road trip to a surprise destination, a brewery he likes.

https://www.scratchbeer.com




Items 1 thru 4.


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If you are a rower in Boston, you know what this refers to...

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Gonna have a go at this:
Their can artwork looks reminiscent of Tired Hands' stuff: https://www.tiredhands.com/

Which - by the way - also in PA, and despite my being in GA, they're one of my top 10 breweries in the USA. Right up there with "untouchables" like Treehouse.
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Originally Posted by eom View Post
At Christmas time I told my son I have enough stuff. A shared experience with him would be a great gift.
It took a little while to align our schedules. Friday he picked me up for a road trip to a surprise destination, a brewery he likes.

https://www.scratchbeer.com


Items 1 thru 4.

Excellent brewery choice!
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highly recommend these two.

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I'm still a Jonge Jenever man. Don't care too much about brands, which is one of its benefits: it's not very susceptible to fashion, and the subsequent price hikes. Hartevelt makes one, dubbed "Prima" which translates into "just fine". I like that.


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That's still so Parkdale.

As a business model, craft breweries should always make mostly accessible beers and then play around occasionally with seasonal recipes, bocks etc. I'm a shareholder in Wayfarers Ale and there's not one beer that you'd reject as distasteful, they're all palatable. Their brewmaster has no hubris, unlike some kids that just want toplay.
I wish the ones in my part of Michigan had that viewpoint! We have a lot of fruity, excessively hoppy beers. Some show charts of IBV and bitterness score, but if you try to find low bitterness, you just can't find it.

Oh well, I can get good German beer in our local stores and occasionally English ones, though Fuller's is hard to find these days. Current top picks are Hacker-Pshorr Munich Gold (aka Muenchen Hell), and Ayinger ... I think it was Marzen. Running second are Warsteiner Pilsner and Veltin's. And the resurrection of Stroh's traditional recipe is tied in 2nd tier.
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Carmel hops make for a nice beer. A long ride adds to the enjoyment!


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Islay single malts, Lagavulin or Ardbeg mostly

Fat Tire Ale

Tavern Ale out of Williamsburg Va, when I can find it

Pinot Noir, not too picky on the brand as long as it costs around $10/bottle (less, and it's, as my wife describes it, "dishwater")
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After a good long ride, Budweiser - The King of Beers! or Narragansett. So sue me, I don't like hoppy beer.

When I'm overwhelmed with work or stuck inside during these long cold months wishing I was out riding? Old Grand-dad, neat.

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For me, Nothing beats a High-Gravity IPA
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6 months sober next week.... drinking St Pauli NA here and there, one of the better NAs but man I do miss the Schlitz!!!!!!!!
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^despite the directives on the can to drink out of the can vs pouring into a glass, both this beer and their equally fab heady topper
should be poured into a proper glass, at least once, to appreciate the color/body/head/lacing. both are beautiful beers.
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