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Not a believer in the idea that certain beers don't work at certain times of year. Unless you are outside, isn't the temperature always the same?
Love that Monk's Blood.
primy the elder....or however you spell it
Just picked up some Double Barrell in Philly when I was down for the 7-on-7 on Sunday. Have never had that one but have loved Double and Wookie Jack and thought Union Jack was OK.
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I haven't had the Watermelon beer. Sounds interesting enough though. I like some of those fruity ones in the summer. And I think the weather is more of a psychological thing for me. I always liked Bar Harbour's blueberry, but most of the blueberry beers are too strong for me.
Sean - Wookie Jack??? Is that an eastern PA release only? Never seen it in Pittsburgh.
Had this when I was in Colorado.... was apprehensive to give it a try, but def. worthwhile.
Spelled it wrong... it's Wookey Jack, a black rye IPA and as far as I know you should be able to get it.
Wookey Jack is our first foray into the dark outer world of black IPAs. At 80 IBUs, Wookey Jack is gnarly on the outside yet complex and refined on the inside.
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We've got those here in Baltimore, but no DBA for some reason.
The Double Jack is fantastic. I haven't tried the others yet.
Just cracked into this guy for the Masters, pretty solid!
I picked up a case of Evolution Lot #3 IPA the other day and have been very happy. It is a balanced IPA that I would put up against Ithica's Flower Power and Bell's Two Hearted.
Founders has a number of worth while beers! Nice choice.
Thanks, going to look for it for sure.
Anyone have any beer mix (recipes) that they have tried?
I mix Becks Lite with lemonade 2/3 to 1/3 ratio to make a radler. Much better than Summer Shanty which is what the style is copied after. Some people use Sprite instead of lemonade too.
A German Diesel is beer and Coca Cola. It is better than you may think. I think I used Grolsch or Warsteiner over a lighter Pilsner.
I see you Andrew. Just dropping a pic of two four packs of KBS on us there... Had to scratch 6 bottles together from 3 different stores in Atlanta...
Had Bolt Cutter this past weekend... That's a big boy that I'm glad I shared with others...
"Penn State has taken a lot of punches in the last six months and it's time to punch back" - BOB
It's here. I had it at Beermuda on Friday, and friends of mine had it at Hough's yesterday.
It exceeded my expectations. I was expecting novelty beer, a gimmick named after a great show, but Ommegang comes through again... Bright citrusy hop flavors, with a nice bready lemon-zest base underneath it from the malts/yeast.
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Double Jack is a world-class IPA. Easily a top5 for me... And I might even put it in my top 3.
I had an opportunity last week to try Double DBA, which is bourbon-barrel-aged DBA... Now let me couch this by saying I don't particularly care for Bourbon (more of a scotch guy, bourbon is just too sweet for me... I want to like it, but i just don't), and therefore don't enjoy a lot of bourbon-barrel beers... I just try to appreciate them for what they are. This Doube DBA is the best I've ever had. It's also only the second bourbon-barrel beer I've had that wasn't done with a dark roasty-malt... And it really worked for me.
Hoegaarden + Lindeman's Framboise is THE way to get your non-beer-drinking girlfriend/fiancé/wife to begin to "see the light" regarding Craft Beer.
Young's Double Chocolate Stout + Lindeman's Framboise can also be tasty "dessert beer", but because of its dark appearance, it should be considered an "advanced move" (despite its sweet, chocolatey+raspberry taste) based on appearance alone.
Went out for mothers birthday today to a local irish joint. Saw a beer on the menu call "Rogue Dead Guy Ale". It's from Oregon and I recomend it.
That Double DBA claims to be available in MD, so I'll be on the lookout for it.
And yes, Double Jack is a definite top 10 for me. I drank a couple big bottles while watching AB's commitment presser . . . should not have had that second one, nor all the other beers that followed.
Everything Rogue makes is fantastic, Dead Guy Ale is one of my favorites.
That water up in Oregon produces great beer.
I've never been much of a cider guy but I really like Fox Barrel's Blackberry Pear.
Either this website doesn't exist or is not currently available.
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Been a fan of Dead Guy for a long time. Very good beer.
Dead Guy and Santa's Private Reserve are good.
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Tried Goose Island's IPA and White Ale at Kildare's in State College for Blue White this past weekend-both very good. Kildare's has a decent draught and bottle selection and the food was good too. I would recommend their fried then grilled wings.
"Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy."
Their Chocolate Stout is their best beer, imo. Probably my favorite Stout of any kind.
This past weekend I had Stone's Enjoy By 5/17 IPA, and it was fantastic. I had a previous version by bottle and this on a growler and thought the draft version was better. Both were great Double IPA's though and rank up there with my all time favorite DIPAs.
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