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Old 06-12-2010, 03:28 PM   #1
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O.K., so I just tried Schlafly's AIPA and IMO it is by far Schlafly's best bottled beer. The beer is a special release so I encourage those in St Louis or in Schlafly's distribution market to give the beer a try. You won't be disappointed!!


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I really like Shlafly beer. Their Kolsch won a gold medal at the World Beer Cup this year.


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The espresso stout is insane.
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Schlafly is a quality brewery and they make several excellent brews, this being one of them. Personally, I think their pumpkin is their best selection, but thats just my opinion. Their Irish Style stout is surprisingly good, it puts guiness to shame.
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I'll take their American IPA over most. It may sound like blasphemy, but I've had a Pliny that was fresh and for my tastes I like the Schlafly better. Gotta clone this one so I can have it year round. It seems like Schlafly has really stepped it up in the last 3-4 years. Their whole line seems to have improved with not a single bad beer.
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I'll take their American IPA over most. It may sound like blasphemy, but I've had a Pliny that was fresh and for my tastes I like the Schlafly better. Gotta clone this one so I can have it year round. It seems like Schlafly has really stepped it up in the last 3-4 years. Their whole line seems to have improved with not a single bad beer.
Any luck with that AIPA clone? That's one of my favorite beers of all time and I'd also love to have it year round.
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I was lucky enough to have Schlafly beers to be my nonBMC beers. I have since moved from STL, however am still within their distribution radius. Even aged more than they should be they are delicious quality beers!
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Any luck with that AIPA clone? That's one of my favorite beers of all time and I'd also love to have it year round.
No such luck. I finally got all the hops I need to try to clone this though. Centennial, Simcoe, and Amarillo can be hard to come by all at once. I'll update this thread when I get a close attempt.


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