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Old 10-29-2009, 09:39 PM   #1
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Interesting take from a food critic in the Times on stouts...

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/28/di...ws/28wine.html


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Old 10-29-2009, 11:58 PM   #2
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I read that yesterday in the old fashioned print version of the paper. Its a good article about stouts generally. As for the the tastings portion, I have a sneaking suspicion that more beers from the coasts were chosen for the tastings, since only one beer from the midwest made the top list. But that's nitpicking - it was very solid article in main stream media about beer. Hurray!



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Old 10-30-2009, 12:25 AM   #3
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... As for the the tastings portion, I have a sneaking suspicion that more beers from the coasts were chosen for the tastings, since only one beer from the midwest made the top list...
We just make better beer out here!

No seriously, I was impressed with the number of west coast beers in there top ten, but then I was thinking that a lot of these breweries will mainly distribute regionally on the west coast, but if they are going to ship their beer far away, that they will skip the middle of the country and go strait to the population centers on the east coast. Where as the midwest brewers might not distribute as much on the east coast, because they have there own population centers to cater to.

Good article though, got me drolling at 8am for a beer!
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Old 10-30-2009, 04:43 PM   #4
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Good article - TY
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Old 10-30-2009, 05:04 PM   #5
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Very nice, man there are a lot of california beers in there
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No matter where in the States (or Canada) they hailed, it's a great article and review of a lot of stouts I haven't tried. Looks like I'll be doing some digging for some of them.
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Did anyone else, when you saw the picture in the article, think - mmm, an improperly poured stout, yum, that head is gonna take a while to settle.
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Thats how i like mine poured out of the bottle.

i am going to have to assume they did not have left hand.

and seriously, 19? my small local beer store has more than 19.

man i am thirsty
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Thats how i like mine poured out of the bottle.

i am going to have to assume they did not have left hand.

and seriously, 19? my small local beer store has more than 19.

man i am thirsty
Yeah, I hadn't really planned to make a bottle run tonight...I have a fridge stuffed with beer I thought I wanted to be drinking...but damn a nice stout sounds really good right now.
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I think I will be pulling out a RIS that was brewed in February after reading this article.


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