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Old 04-02-2010, 01:27 AM   #1
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Went to The Flying Saucer in Addison tonight and was able to try a few beers I haven't had before. I had a couple of different Stone's that were all pretty good. I really liked their IPA and the Old Guardian wasn't too bad. Also had Flying Dog Horn Dog Barleywine and was not a big fan of it. Tried SN 30th and wasn't a big fan of it either. Avery Majharaja was really good. All that being said, I have searched Dallas for Pliny the Elder and can't find it. I keep hearing people talk about how great it is and I want to try it! Is there anyone on the west coast that would be willing to send me one??? Just curious, can't hurt to ask.

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Old 04-02-2010, 05:19 AM   #2
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I'm curious how much of your tasting was thrown off by these big beers. They typically beat your tastebuds up pretty well so going from an IPA to a barleywine to a stout isn't going to give you the best tasting experience.

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I didn't think of that. Good point.

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