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Old 10-31-2008, 09:27 PM   #11
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I bought a growler that I left in my fridge four about 4-5 days. Didn't open it at that time but when I did open it the beer was pretty flat. Tasted good though.

It was a Oatmeal stout from Lilly's in Royal Oak, MI by the way.

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Old 11-01-2008, 05:08 AM   #12
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I bought a growler that I left in my fridge four about 4-5 days. Didn't open it at that time but when I did open it the beer was pretty flat. Tasted good though.

It was a Oatmeal stout from Lilly's in Royal Oak, MI by the way.
That settles it! I'm drinking the first pint now...and I don't know if I'll make it to pint #2. At 11.5%, this is getting me buzzed pretty quickly. I've finished 1/2 a pint and I can already feel the evil concentrating in my veins. Woohoo, happy Halloween!
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I hope you finished the whole thing yesterday before Halloween was over!!! You cannot allow evil that concentrated to be out, think of the children!!!

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Old 11-01-2008, 06:04 PM   #14
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I hope you finished the whole thing yesterday before Halloween was over!!! You cannot allow evil that concentrated to be out, think of the children!!!
THE WHOLE THING???? Oh man, I got two pints in me of 11.5% concentrated evil and I was done! It was very good though, they said they used actual raisins as an adjunct. Very tasty, although I'd have to say for a strong ale North Coast's Old Stock Ale is better. I'm going to try to finish off the growler tonight, but there's about 2/3 of it left . Guess I'll need to recruit a friend or two .
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