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Old 11-10-2011, 02:42 PM   #1
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Just getting mine going. So far I got a Life and Limb (Sierra Nevada and DFH colabo) and a Black Ops.

Any other suggestions.

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Old 11-10-2011, 03:06 PM   #2
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Get Deschutes Abyss when it comes out in a few weeks.

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Old 11-10-2011, 03:20 PM   #3
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Start saving each years batch of your favorite imperial seasonals. Then in five years invite me over and we can have a vertical tasting of them all!

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I've been keeping Three Philosophers in mine. I have 2 bottles of the last 4 years and one bottle of the 2007. Not sure how ya'll like it, but I love it. I can't wait for my vertical tasting. I just wish I had friends looks like I'll have to drink all five won't be much tasting in the vertical tasting if I do that though. I don't keep much else in there. seems to get drunk.

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Old 11-10-2011, 05:36 PM   #5
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Start saving each years batch of your favorite imperial seasonals. Then in five years invite me over and we can have a vertical tasting of them all!

Were ya at in PA? LOL. Hazleton here. Lots of PA brewers on these forums.
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I'm several hours (probably 5 or 6) away. I live near Erie in the North West corner.

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Brooklyn Brewery makes a great seasonal chocolate stout each year.

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Brooklyn Brewery makes a great seasonal chocolate stout each year.
I just picked up a case of this at $40. Half will get drank now and 12 will go into the cellar. Other beers I have in there are SN Celebration, SN Bigfoot, Victory Golden Monkey, DFH Palo Santo, DFH 90 Minute, and Troegs Mad Elf (I'm pretty sure I forgot a few, I need to start an excel spreadsheet).

I also try to keep a sixer of each (quality) batch I do, especially the higher gravity brews.

I have a hard time spending big money on something that I don’t want to drink now, so all of my cellared brews are relatively inexpensive.
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