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Old 04-24-2012, 05:22 PM   #31
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I'll probably drink the Great Divide Aged Double IPA and Oak Aged Unearthly in the next couple weeks, but I've heard good things about cellaring Burton Baton.

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Old 04-24-2012, 06:43 PM   #32
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The hops wont go bad they just fade into the background.

here is what i have from memory

DFH 120 (3)
Saint arnolds Pumpkinator 2011 (2)
RR - Supplication
RR- Consection
RR- Damnation
Mikkeller - Beer geek brunch weasel
Sierra navada 30th - Jack and kens Barelywine 2010
Real ale- sisyphus 2011, 2012
Westy 12 (2)
Rodenbach - grand cru
Rochetfort 10
Rochetfort 8
Allagash - Black
Avery - grand cru
Avery - Mephistopheles
Avery- Hog Heaven 2011
Avery - Samnel's
Assorted Adelbert's brews (belgian)
Independence - Jasperalla old ale 2011 (2)
Troegs - Flying Mouflan
3 floyds/brew dog - Bitch please
Brew dog - Tokyo*
Jester King - Farmhouse Black Metal
Jester King - Boxers' Revenge wild ale
a couple clipper city's barelywine and stout

I have more i just cant remember them on the top of my head.


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Old 05-02-2012, 10:20 PM   #33
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Finch' Beer Co. Dirtier Bird dopplebock
Great Divide oak aged Yeti
Labyrinth black ale
Crispin Stagger Lee (cider aged in rye whyskey barrels)
Trader Joes Vintage 2011 (Unibroue)


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