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Old 06-27-2013, 10:19 PM   #41
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I'm pretty sure long trail make a triple IPA called triple bag!
A lot of breweries have "triple IPAs" (devil dancer?) and I have even seen a quadruple IPA. I am just curious what BJCP category triple IPA is, I have never seen that one. (I am not a BJCP nazi either, just don't get the double/triple/quadruple/etc name---they are all imperial IPAs to me).
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Old 06-27-2013, 11:58 PM   #42
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A lot of breweries have "triple IPAs" (devil dancer?) and I have even seen a quadruple IPA. I am just curious what BJCP category triple IPA is, I have never seen that one. (I am not a BJCP nazi either, just don't get the double/triple/quadruple/etc name---they are all imperial IPAs to me).
The triples don't meet the guidelines for an imperial ipa

http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style14.php#1c

So who knows
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A lot of breweries have "triple IPAs" (devil dancer?) and I have even seen a quadruple IPA. I am just curious what BJCP category triple IPA is, I have never seen that one. (I am not a BJCP nazi either, just don't get the double/triple/quadruple/etc name---they are all imperial IPAs to me).
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Old 06-28-2013, 01:52 PM   #44
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they had ruinten here at Costco for 5.49 a bomber
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Old 06-28-2013, 04:12 PM   #45
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glendora they are out now though
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Geremiah - I can get PtE occasionally here. I just tried my first one last week. DISCLAIMER: I am not an IPA guy.
So yeah, I thought it was overrated. It was excellent, but not the 'miracle in a bottle' I was expecting from all I've read.

Anyway, I'd be interested in picking up some fresh PtE for a swap, but not for IPA's and not for something I can pick up around here. I like a wide range of beer, just not overly-bitter, and I tend towards stuff with a little more body. I love hops, just in something with a lot more body than an IPA, like Lagunitas (one of my favorites) Lucky 13, WTF, Brown Shugga, Little Sump'n Wild, Undercover Shutdown Investigation.

Let me know what you've got up there and let's work out a swap. I imagine you get Lagunitas up there but maybe not the full selection. I stock most of there stronger beers to put a little age on them before I enjoy.

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Maybe he was being tounge in check but on the internet that's hard to tell unfortunately.
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:26 PM   #48
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Geremiah - I can get PtE occasionally here. I just tried my first one last week. DISCLAIMER: I am not an IPA guy.
So yeah, I thought it was overrated. It was excellent, but not the 'miracle in a bottle' I was expecting from all I've read.

Anyway, I'd be interested in picking up some fresh PtE for a swap, but not for IPA's and not for something I can pick up around here. I like a wide range of beer, just not overly-bitter, and I tend towards stuff with a little more body. I love hops, just in something with a lot more body than an IPA, like Lagunitas (one of my favorites) Lucky 13, WTF, Brown Shugga, Little Sump'n Wild, Undercover Shutdown Investigation.

Let me know what you've got up there and let's work out a swap. I imagine you get Lagunitas up there but maybe not the full selection. I stock most of there stronger beers to put a little age on them before I enjoy.
We do get Lagunitas up here. The local Beer Shoppe has, I'd say, about 5 or 6 of their beers. I would imagine you get most if not more, being in California?
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Yeah, I'm in the Sacramento area and we get a good selection of whatever they are shipping at the time. Many of their beers are seasonal, so I try to stock up and hold on to them, but I'm not always successful.

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glendora they are out now though
HB Costco had 9 cases left. Picked up two more bottles.
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