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Old 09-12-2008, 07:37 PM   #11
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Just found this website that I'm gonna try.
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Old 09-22-2008, 04:15 PM   #12
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Old Chub - On Tap at Oscar Blues. 8.5

Color is a LOT darker than I'd expected...nearly black.
Head...lacy and white.
Great flavor, definite MUST TRY beer. The Alcohol is nice, but it's an 8% brew. Very pleasing. The first one was so good, I had a second.

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Old 09-22-2008, 08:17 PM   #13
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Golden Champion - Badger 9

Very full bodied for a "Summer" Ale brewed with elderflower.
I have a cold at present so I may be a little out
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Old 09-24-2008, 03:36 AM   #14
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Hop Rod Rye...Bear Republic...US...8.4
Fantastic rye IPA. Really showcases the rye against big hop presence.

Maredsous 10 Tripel...Duvel Moortgat...Belgium...7.8
Nice tripel. Surprisingly mild. The dubbel was a bit more flavorful.

Delirium Tremens...Huyghe...Belgium...6.8
Reminded me a lot of Leffe Blonde

Anniversary 2008...Sierra Nevada...US...6.8
Pleasant IPA. Rich but sessionable.

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Old 09-24-2008, 11:20 PM   #15
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Porter...Michelob...US...6
Well, it's good beer. It's just not great. Get out of the “craft” biz, AB!

Curve Ball...Pyramid...US...5
A Kölsch with “herbal notes?” That's not herbal...it's DMS.

(In case you're wondering about some of my odd looking scores with decimal places, my personal brew log is scored on a 50 point scale. The scores I post here are simply the ones from my log divided by 5, rounded to the nearest tenth.)

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Old 09-25-2008, 12:20 AM   #16
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Mothership Wit....New Belgium....US 6.5
Not nearly as assertive on the spice as I have come to expect from a wit. Somewhat one-dimensional to my palate.

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Old 10-02-2008, 09:04 AM   #17
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Jahrhundert.... Ayinger.... Germany....6.5*
fresh tasting, golden colored lager with a honey lemon finish

Dundee Honey Brown Lager... High Falls Brewing... NY, USA .... 3*
I just couldn't get passed the honey aroma. Flavor is clean and unassuming, but man, it was like drinking pure honey but without the sweetness.

Dead Guy Ale .... Rogue .... Oregon, USA .... 8*
The malty aroma hits you on the nose immediately. Honey caramel flavor up front with a slight bitter finish. The bitter finish is probably its saving grace.

*note: I can't stand the smell of honey in my beer and that's why the low scores. These probably would've scored much higher if it weren't for that.

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Old 10-12-2008, 10:48 PM   #18
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Banana Bread Beer-Wells and Youngs Brewery-England-8
Really tastes like Banana Bread...and that's not a bad thing...IMO they pulled it off well, but would rather not drink more than a few pints of it.

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Old 10-19-2008, 12:24 AM   #19
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Brooklyn Lager - 9. Nice hop aroma. Amber color. Well balanced with a nice malt backbone, hoppy flavor, and a lingering hop bitterness that is not harsh. I really like this beer. I would say it's like a Sierra Nevada but with a more assertive malt flavor.. not what you would expect given the name. Fortunately everywhere I went in NYC area they had it on tap. Kept me druck all week! I will be attempting a clone.

Celis Grand Cru - 7. A fairly standard Belgian blonde, seems to have been fermented with wit yeast. I would like the spice to be more assertive in this beer. Aside from the yeast it was lacking aroma, and it wasn't very bitter. I would expect more hoppiness and aroma from a Grand Cru.

Left Hand Imperial Stout - 8.5. A very nicely executed big, boozy beer. The high alcohol (10.4%) is not immediately evident, but there is a lingering warmth in the finish. The body, hops, and malt are well balanced. A little bit too much roasted malt for my taste, but otherwise a very enjoyable beer. I am not usually a big fan of stouts, but this one does it for me.

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Mephistopheles Stout...Avery...US...8.4
Over 15% ABV – huge, rich, awesome! Almost a style of its own.

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