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Old 11-25-2009, 12:47 AM   #11
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Default Stone 13, stouts, Pliny

Originally Posted by PseudoChef View Post
For some reason, hoppy and chocolate work really well for me.
I was drinking some Stone 13th Anniversary with some buds and someone whipped out some brownies.

It was the weirdest, most awesome combination. Very unexpected.

Oysters and stouts are nice.

But above all: Pliny the Elder and ANYTHING!

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Old 11-25-2009, 12:21 PM   #12
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Sushi & Watney's Cream Stout, Riesling & cashews, McEwan's Scotch Ale & just about anything.

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Just had a bottle of Wychwood's Bah Humbug Christmas Ale last night with some good 85% cocoa dark chocolate. Uber-****e while the beer was cold, but at 8-ish *C (not sure what that is in F) when the spices in the beer start to come through more clearly it was magic. The soft cinnamon married beautifully with the intense chocolate, and the residual malt sweetness lightened the bitterness. If you get some Bah Humbug try it with dark chocolate after supper or for a late snack, just do yourself a favour and don't serve it too warm.
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Rogue Creamery hazelnut smoked blue and a good barleywine.
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Inspired by a local bar that has the same dish, I made a float with Old Viscosity and some nice vanilla bean ice cream. Yummy!
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Old 12-03-2009, 06:28 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by alexdagrate View Post
But above all: Pliny the Elder and ANYTHING!
I am planning on doing my comparison Real vs. fake pliny tonight, thinking about some hot wings with it while watching the civil war

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