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Old 07-07-2011, 05:59 PM   #1
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Default Favorite "black and tans"

So the other night I did the Evil Twin Ying and Yang "black and tan" and must say I was surprised how delicious it was.

Wondering what other mixes people have came up with or can suggest that were awesome.

I've had what I think they called The Foreman at Breckenridge Brewery in Denver, a mix of their Trademark Pale and their Oatmeal Stout - loved it.

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Old 07-07-2011, 06:02 PM   #2
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Yuengling's Black & Tan is a good one. Cheers!!!

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Old 07-07-2011, 06:07 PM   #3
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Smithwick's and Strongbow, I believe they call it a snakebite, but I've heard other names for it as well.

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I have a bottle of Dogfish Head World Wides Stout in the basement and I am trying to get a hold of a 120 min IPA to do the Heaven and Hell black and tan.

Two 18+% beers...

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Old 07-07-2011, 06:16 PM   #5
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I have a bottle of Dogfish Head World Wides Stout in the basement and I am trying to get a hold of a 120 min IPA to do the Heaven and Hell black and tan.

Two 18+% beers...
That would be epic. I'm in the same boat as you- two year aged bottle of worldwide stout and no 120 minute. Hopefully I can locate a bottle in Chicago during lollapalooza.
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Miller Lite and Michelob.

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Yuengling's Black & Tan is a good one. Cheers!!!
I actually just had a quarter keg on tap in my basement of this delicious liquid. Very good brew.

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I have a bottle of Dogfish Head World Wides Stout in the basement and I am trying to get a hold of a 120 min IPA to do the Heaven and Hell black and tan.

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I have two 120 Minute 4-packs I picked up when they were being distributed the end of last month.
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I posted a huge list of B&Ts in this thread from a couple weeks ago-

What have you "black & tanned"?

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Nice Revvy - the chocolate stout and lambic mixes are sounding pretty freaking sweet. Local brewery did a barrel aged RIS a few months ago that was soured and I loved it.

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I posted a huge list of B&Ts in this thread from a couple weeks ago-

What have you "black & tanned"?
That is a really nice list you have there. Very descriptive and informative.
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