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Old 10-10-2012, 09:56 AM   #11
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Not bad... Not bad...

Over 700 according to my master list. Been recording it for 10 years now. Going for 1000 before my liver turns to ash.

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Old 10-10-2012, 01:07 PM   #12
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I've had bud, miller, Coors, and shiner bock.

I'm just kidding but shiner is one of the few I buy.

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Old 10-10-2012, 01:11 PM   #13
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Just started using untapped for this reason.. I used to never care.. now I do

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Old 10-11-2012, 05:13 AM   #14
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Finally a list fosbrew!

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Old 10-17-2012, 01:32 AM   #15
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Speaking of... I am now almost at 600!! Wait a minute.. is that me you are talking about hahah.
A new craft beerstore by my house sells only craft beers. I hope when i start brewing he will sell mine. You should give it a shot stamanster

here are my latest:
People's Pint: Octoberfest MA Marzen / Oktoberfest
Organic Peak: Pale Ale ME American Pale Ale
Berkshire Brewing: Coffee House Porter MA American Porter
olde Burnside Brewing: Ten Penny Ale CT Scottish ale
olde Burnside Brewing: Dirty Penny Ale CT Black and Tan
olde Burnside Brewing: Penny Weiz Ale CT Witbier
olde Burnside Brewing: Hop't Scot IPA CT English India Pale Ale
Ayinger: Oktoberfest Germany Marzen / Oktoberfest
Abita: Pecan LA American brown ale
Ommegang: Scuthe & Sychle NY Biere de Garde /Amber Ale
Geary's: Autumn ME English Brown Ale
Harpoon: Rye IPA MA Rye Beer
Harpoon: Cider MA Cider
Harpoon: Pumpkin Cider MA Pumkin apple cider
Harpoon: UFO Pumpkin MA Pumkin ale
Magic Hat: Ourtoberfest VT American Amber
Organic Peak: Fall Summit ME American Amber /Red ale
Organic Peak: King Crimson IPA ME American Amber /Red ale
Organic Peak: Amber ME American Amber /Red ale
Organic Peak: Hop Noir ME American Black Ale
Organic: Weiss Principal ME Weizenbock
Organic Peak: Nut Brown ME English Brown Ale
People's Pint: Natural Blonde MA American Blonde ale
People's Pint: Hope Street Amber MA English Bitter
People's Pint: Farmer Brown MA English Brown Ale
People's Pint: Pied Piper MA American IPA
Sea Dog: Wild Blue Berry ME Fruit / Vegetable Beer
Troegs: Dead Reckoning Porter PA American Porter
Wachusett: Octoberfest MA American Amber / Red Ale
Pyramid: Outburst WA American Double / Imperial IPA
Goosehead: Harvest IL Extra Special/ Strong Bitter
Long Trail: Harvest VT American Brown Ale
Long Trail: Pumkin Ale VT Pumkin Ale
Sixpoint: Resin NY American Double/ Imperial IPA
Firestone Walker: Union Jack IPA CA American IPA
Lefty's: Chocolate Oatmeal Stout MA Oatmeal Stout
Jack's Abby: Red Tape Lager MA Munich Helles Lager
Atwater Block: Decadent Dark Chocolate Ale MI American Stout
american amble co (pcb): Grand Cru MA Belgian style Flanders Red Ale
Sierra Nevada: Kellerweis CA Hefeweizen
Cape Ann: Fisherman's Ale MA Kolsch
Three Heads: Bromigo Smoked Maple Amber NY American Amber/ Red Ale
Altech's Brewing: Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale KY English Strong Ale
Dogfish Head: Raison D'etre DE Belgian Strong Dark Ale/ green raisins & Belgian Beet Sugar
Brouwerji Rodenbach: Rodenbach Belgium Sour Ale/ Wild Ale
Ayinger: Celebrator Doppelbock Germany Doppelbock
Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan: Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Germany Hefeweizen
Neumarkter Lammsbräu: Lammsbrau Organic Dark Dunkel Germany Munich Dunkel Lager
Samuel Smith: Tadcaster UK Taddy Porter
Bear Republic: Racer 5 IPA CA IPA
Bear Republic: Red Rocket Ale CA American amber / red ale / Scottish Style
Jack's Abby: Hopponius Union MA American Pale Lager
Sierra Nevada: Beer Camp # 43 Imperial Pilsner/ American Double

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Old 10-17-2012, 01:32 AM   #16
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QUESTION
Is a cider a beer? Why/ why not?

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Old 10-17-2012, 01:53 AM   #17
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I broke 725 commericial beers last night! There is a chance I may have a couple duplicates.... But you know that can happen when you have tried 700+ beers. Pretty sure there are some I have tried and forgot to record as well.

Only 275 more beers until I ascend into Beer Godhood.

Looking back at some of my ratings... Very interesting to see how much my tastes have evolved. I hated Maudite the first time I tried it, considering it undrinkable. Now I think its a fantastic beer. How we grow (and our livers degrade)

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Old 10-18-2012, 01:27 AM   #18
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Almost 1000 I am jealous. I feel i may hit 1000 by the end of 2013. I was at 400 at the beginning of this year. There is a great new shop by my house. And i wish i could give some free advertising for him. But he only specializes in Craft beers. He has a whole wall of Abby's and items of that nature. He usually gives samples of various favorites of his. And newer beers to his store.

This is not meant to be religious. This is solely for Historical beer facts enjoy!
Beer is a beverage rather low in alcohol content, brewed by slow fermentation from wheat or other grain. The Hebrew word so′veʼ, rendered “wheat beer,” may also be translated “liquor.”—Isa 1:22, ftn; Ho 4:18, ftn; Na 1:10, ftn.

Cuneiform tablets reveal that the art of brewing beer from grain was practiced in ancient Mesopotamia as early as the third millennium B.C.E. When Abraham first arrived in Egypt he probably found that beer was already a common drink there. At a later date, it is said, Ramses III prized beer so highly that he offered up some 114,000 L (30,000 gal) a year to his gods. Many Philistine beer mugs with their strainer spouts have been found. Those various nations, it seems, had a great variety of beers to suit every taste—sweet beer, dark beer, perfumed beer, sparkling beer, spiced beer—served either hot or cold, watered down or thick and syrupy.

I don't know if i'm ready for hot beer ... but hey it's worth a shot!

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Old 10-18-2012, 11:42 AM   #19
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Don't think I will break 1000 by end of 2013... I am travelling right now so home brew is off the menu and I am actively hunting for new brews to try. Once I get back home next month craft beer will be a once in a blue moon treat again.

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