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Old 01-09-2013, 04:10 PM   #141
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I like my house stout, bold city 1901, and intuition king street stout better than Guinness...
Jacksonville, eh? I usually stop by Brewer's pizza when I am there for my craft beer fix. Since I will be in town next week, I will try to stop by and check out your brew. I do love a good stout
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:26 PM   #142
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all those chain restaurants do is reheat frozen foods. of course you're not going to get anything other than "meh" from them

that said, this fat man puts a hurtin' on the Ruby Tuesday AYCE salad bar

NYE, we're at the VFW, I forgot to bring some homebrew, but the fridge is STUFFED full of Miller Lite, plus some microbrews. so I figure I'll start out with the Lite, see if the real stuff is there later in the evening.

can't say the Lite tasted bad because it had almost no flavor at all. I had like 4 or 5, then started hitting up the micros. Double Take IPAs. not the best IPA I've ever had, but sure were dang tasty after those Lites.

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Old 01-09-2013, 04:50 PM   #143
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Jacksonville, eh? I usually stop by Brewer's pizza when I am there for my craft beer fix. Since I will be in town next week, I will try to stop by and check out your brew. I do love a good stout
Awesome, I love brewers. I tend to be more of a regular @ bold city though. I love their specialty stuff (when they have it) and its closer to the house. I have some that I made a bit stronger and let sit on scotch soaked oak chips, would be happy to give you a bottle or 2.
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:55 PM   #144
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I will always buy beer and most often bush light. Do you have any idea how heavy a backpack full with a case of bottles weighs compared to a case of cans. Not to mention trying to save the bottles and bring them home. And as much as I like the yeast flavor in my beer 60 miles on a sled or 4 wheeler tends to mess up the yeast cake pretty good

Nope I think I will always have a need for canned beer

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Awesome, I love brewers. I tend to be more of a regular @ bold city though. I love their specialty stuff (when they have it) and its closer to the house. I have some that I made a bit stronger and let sit on scotch soaked oak chips, would be happy to give you a bottle or 2.
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I didn't get it, but my message box was pretty full
check again... I actually posted that mrssage BEFORE i sent the PM!
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