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Old 01-09-2009, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default Michelob Celebrate 2007

Any body have this? I am drinking the chocolate lager right now and am actually enjoying it.



text below take from AB
Michelob Celebrate Chocolate and Cherry
(Seasonal)
Introduced:
First introduced November 2005. Available seasonally beginning
November 2007 for a limited time.
Beer Category/Style:
High End/Seasonal – Specialty beers
Taste Profile:
The Michelob Celebrate brews are a duo of richly aromatic,
smooth, complex and balanced seasonal specialty beers that feature
rich colors and higher alcohol levels. New for 2007, Michelob
Celebrate Cherry is a deep garnet color, with the sweet flavor of
black cherries. Michelob Celebrate Chocolate features a rich
chocolate aroma and complex dark cocoa taste.
Ingredients/Brewing:
Michelob Celebrate Cherry is brewed with Munich, carapils
caramel malts, and European aroma hops. It is made with natural
cherry juice and matured on dark sweet cherries. Michelob
Celebrate Chocolate is brewed with caramel and roasted malts,
and a variety of Hallertau/Tettnang and Alsace hops. It is matured
on real cocoa beans.
Packaging:
Both beers are available in limited edition, 24-ounce platinum
bottles. The Michelob Celebrate gift pack contains one bottle of
each flavor and two crystal snifters, which highlight each beer’s rich
color and savory aroma. Both flavors are 8.5 percent alcohol by
volume.
How to Serve:
Ideal for sipping and savoring after a holiday meal, Michelob
Celebrate Cherry and Michelob Celebrate Chocolate should be
served at room temperature. Enjoy Michelob Celebrate Cherry
with a rich fudge cake. Michelob Celebrate Chocolate pairs
especially well with turtle cheesecake

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Old 01-09-2009, 12:55 AM   #2
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Cool bottles

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Cool bottles....but one of the few beers I've ever poured down the drain....wasn't my cup of tea....

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I thought they were B- beers, but the glasses are fantastic. I have been using them all the time.

If anyone out there is a bottle collector or just likes to taste and rate beers and hasnt found this yet, I have an extra kit I am willing to trade away.

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Are they bottles or aluminum? Edit - I see, platinum.

Not to be a downer, but I think they look terrible

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Your not a downer they are ugly look like mortars or rockets, I think still think they are cool.

And I have no problem with trying an occasional AB product

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