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Old 12-01-2013, 12:37 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by opiate82 View Post
Yes, the Enjoy By is on my short list of beers to brew, but I haven't yet because can actually get that locally. Right now I am brewing his Pliney The Elder clone because I think it is a travesty that I, as a huge IPA fan, have never had a PTE. Unfortunately they stopped distributing to WA so only way I get some is by traveling or by making my own. Hopefully I don't mess up the recipe and get a taste of what all the hype is about
Even if you have the real thing you might not get what all the hype is about considering how highly people speak of it...like there's no other beer that's even close to as good as it. It is really good...especially considering it's a pioneer and helped launch the DIPA style...but the overwhelming hype surrounding that beer leads to alot of disappointment when people try it for the first time.
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