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Old 01-30-2009, 03:33 AM   #1
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the only one i've had before is the alba, and i like it a lot. the 120 is a bit much for me-i'll start with the 60. hobgoblin is pretty good. UFO wasnt bad. i really like the belerium. i'm saving the pangaea-i hope its worth the money.

this place has a lot of beer..

you guys have some opinions?


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Old 01-30-2009, 12:37 PM   #2
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"you guys have some opinions?"

yeah, if you went to the one on 2nd and poplar, you should've stopped in at standard tap and had a glass of PBC Kenzinger. I've had it many times and never thought much of it. It tasted really good last sunday morning there for some reason.


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the foodery lets you buy singles ?
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Oh yes...that's part of the draw...that and the selection.
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"you guys have some opinions?"

yeah, if you went to the one on 2nd and poplar, you should've stopped in at standard tap and had a glass of PBC Kenzinger. I've had it many times and never thought much of it. It tasted really good last sunday morning there for some reason.
i was down the street at 700 club drinking some hand pumped cask conditioned victory esb


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