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Old 10-05-2012, 01:54 AM   #14751
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Having my first Punkin Ale of the year! And it's pretty damn good'



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Old 10-05-2012, 02:32 AM   #14752
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Shipyard Smashed bluberry. Blueberry has been one of my favorate things,but I was turned off of seing it in beer. So Ive been passing this up for years. This is good. Amazing how this works into beer. Maybe Ive opened my mind more,because ive never liked fruit beers(at least the fake fruit-beers) before. Damn.


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Old 10-05-2012, 04:44 AM   #14753
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Telegraph California Ale, Samuel Smith Taddy Porter, Moinette Blonde Belgian Ale
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Old 10-05-2012, 04:53 AM   #14754
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Shipyard Pumpkinhead. It's not really that good. But it was free...
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Shipyard Pumpkinhead. It's not really that good. But it was free...
can't beat that!
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Old 10-05-2012, 05:18 AM   #14756
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Shipyard Pumpkinhead. It's not really that good. But it was free...

Despite popular opinion, I like it. Not as good as mine, of course, but decent.
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Also, home brewed hefe. It's almost gone, thankfully. It's bee sitting around here over two months.l
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Despite popular opinion, I like it. Not as good as mine, of course, but decent.
You know, it's actually kind of growing on me. Got 14 of 'em free and I'm at about #10 now, and I'm thinking, not too bad really. Not something I'd BUY, but pretty drinkable!
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You know, it's actually kind of growing on me. Got 14 of 'em free and I'm at about #10 now, and I'm thinking, not too bad really. Not something I'd BUY, but pretty drinkable!
#14 will be amazing
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#14 will be amazing
LOL, I guess I did make it sound like I was on #10 of the NIGHT, but no those were earlier in the week. If I do get to #14 tonight I'm sure you're right it will be AMAZING!


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