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Old 01-30-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Got some goodies on Sunday

There is a local german butcher shop / breakfast, lunch, and dinner place down the street from me called "Tip Top Meats" They have a great menu and we usually go there at least once a month to eat. This last Sunday I went to there wine/beer area and was blown away at there selection. They have a ton of bombers mostly from Europe of hard to find stuff. When I saw they had "Schlenkerla" I had to grab it as I have never tried it and love smoked beers. Enjoy the pictures and I cant wait to try this, this weekend.
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Old 01-30-2012, 02:32 PM   #2
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Nice find!

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I'm assuming it the one in Carlsbad? When I lived there I was eating there once a week! Man they have some good food there. They let you buy those beers and take them back to the restaurant in the back. I would have a different beer every time.

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I'm assuming it the one in Carlsbad? When I lived there I was eating there once a week! Man they have some good food there. They let you buy those beers and take them back to the restaurant in the back. I would have a different beer every time.
Thats the one! I have been there a ton of times and it just never really occured to me to check out there selection, but when I did it was like I found a gold mine of beers from all over europe.
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Now you have me craving it. Good thing there is a German village in CBus!

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There's a German meat & sausage maker in Cleveland too. He also has a booth at the West Side Market.
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