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Old 12-31-2012, 09:02 PM   #1
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What we all drinking for the New Years? I'm getting sloshed on Sam Adams winter fest and grey goose vodka since none of my home brew made it thru Christmas . HAPPY NEW YEARS!

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Old 12-31-2012, 09:08 PM   #2
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Sierra Nevada Narwhal

Mmmmmm beer.

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Old 12-31-2012, 09:09 PM   #3
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home brew pale ale and hefe

just a coupla brews though... past the age where getting smashed does anything for me that's good

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Thinking about pulling a sample glass of my the wee heavy I brewed in 2011. Not sure if I'll be able to handle more than one glass without a good amount of time between, At 12.5% it could have a bit of a kick to it.

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Old 12-31-2012, 09:16 PM   #5
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Thinking about pulling a sample glass of my the wee heavy I brewed in 2011. Not sure if I'll be able to handle more than one glass without a good amount of time between, At 12.5% it could have a bit of a kick to it.
Sounds fantastic !
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Sounds fantastic !
Smelled great when I moved it from aging vessel into the corny kegs to carbonate. The several months aging with Hungarian oak cubes made it even better than before it went in. My 8.9% old ale, made with cherry wood smoked malt, then aged on a section of toasted cherry wood, is also great. Better closer to room temp (above 50-55F) than cold (under 50F).
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I'm doing 3 bottles of Rochefort. The 6. Then the 8. Then the 10. I'll follow that with some homebrewed porter and maybe a Sierra Nevada Celebration ale, if I run out of the other.

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At least one bottle of my Cranberry holiday ale (the other bottles will be sampled by friends/relatives). Then, moving on to nursing a few Lagunitas Brown Shuggas, and ending on a Stone 12/12/12 vertical epic.

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I'm doing 3 bottles of Rochefort. The 6. Then the 8. Then the 10. I'll follow that with some homebrewed porter and maybe a Sierra Nevada Celebration ale, if I run out of the other.
That's my type of drink'n there! Be safe
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