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Old 03-08-2013, 01:38 AM   #111
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Primary : French Oak Muddy Waters Bourbon Chocolate Stout
Primary : Edicion Regionales Inglaterra
Primary : Oh My Darling Clementine Wheat
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Beer #65 - Moo-Hoo - Terrapin

Rough jet black pour turns into a 2 finger peanut color head. Pretty nice lacing down to the last sip. Aroma is sweet with dark chocolate, creamy maltiness, and light roastiness in the background. Flavor is complex and delicious. Notes of milk chocolate and dark fruit up front, a coconut and caramel like flavor in the mid palate, and dark chocolate and caramel malt in the finish. Body is medium-full with good carbonation. Overall a really nice chocolate stout I could drink all day.

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Primary : Oh My Darling Clementine Wheat
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Primary : Oh My Darling Clementine Wheat
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Beer #66 - New Belgium Trippel

Easy pour forms a 3 finger off white head with a clear body that's light gold in color. Good head retention and nice sticky lacing. Sweet aroma with a strong Belgian yeast character and wheat up front backed by a light touch of coriander and bready maltiness. Great banana like ester profile immediately present on the front palate intermingled with coriander. A very very sweet bready maltiness comes in mid palate accompanied further by a yeasty finish. Well carbed and light-medium bodied. Not a very complex Trippel but it hits all the marks for the style. Overall the intense sweetness doesn't make it very sessionable though I'd be interested to see what age would do for the flavor profile.

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Beer #67 - Pliny The Elder - Russian River

Rough pour golden in color rushes into a whitish yellow colored 3 finger head. Very slow receding leaving behind a nice lacing. Very pungent and mouthwatering aroma ranging from citrus, fresh pine, and subtle mango. The hop presence is very flavorful not just an assertive bitterness. Very juicy and crisp citrus flavors on the front palate followed by pine and some crystal malt mid palate that all meld to a long lasting finish. Medium body, good carbonation, and no heat. Overall the beer is a perfect example of the style. It's not just hype, its a damn good beer.

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Primary : Oh My Darling Clementine Wheat
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Beer #67 - Pliny The Elder - Russian River

Rough pour golden in color rushes into a whitish yellow colored 3 finger head. Very slow receding leaving behind a nice lacing. Very pungent and mouthwatering aroma ranging from citrus, fresh pine, and subtle mango. The hop presence is very flavorful not just an assertive bitterness. Very juicy and crisp citrus flavors on the front palate followed by pine and some crystal malt mid palate that all meld to a long lasting finish. Medium body, good carbonation, and no heat. Overall the beer is a perfect example of the style. It's not just hype, its a damn good beer.

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It really is a tasty IIPA! I'm surprised you held out as long as you did before cracking that one open.
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It really is a tasty IIPA! I'm surprised you held out as long as you did before cracking that one open.
Thanks for hookin it up man!!! Knowing how much hype it has behind it I wanted to wait for a good time to really sit down and treat the beer with my attention. This beer like LPs, IMO lives up to the reputation and earns the buzz that surrounds it. Now they just need to start distributing down here!!
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Thanks for hookin it up man!!! Knowing how much hype it has behind it I wanted to wait for a good time to really sit down and treat the beer with my attention. This beer like LPs, IMO lives up to the reputation and earns the buzz that surrounds it. Now they just need to start distributing down here!!
That's a pretty good comparison I think. I would equate PtY with the undercrown. Good beer and a little easier to get ahold of. When my liqueur store gets PtE in stock they only allow you to buy one bottle. They posted on Facebook the day I was packing up your package that they had some in so I had to include one for you.
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That's a pretty good comparison I think. I would equate PtY with the undercrown. Good beer and a little easier to get ahold of. When my liqueur store gets PtE in stock they only allow you to buy one bottle. They posted on Facebook the day I was packing up your package that they had some in so I had to include one for you.
Cant thank you enough, Ive wanted to try it for a long time
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Primary : Edicion Regionales Inglaterra
Primary : Oh My Darling Clementine Wheat
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