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Old 10-15-2012, 12:32 AM   #15021
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Founder breakfast stout and a sam adams octoberfest, and a cup of joe. Great end to a great weekend.



 
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:34 AM   #15022
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Tapit IPA while roasting pablano chilis. My White House Honey Porter is still fermenting.



 
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:11 AM   #15023
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Finished our bourbon barrel aged beers. Switxhing to scotch.

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Old 10-15-2012, 01:47 AM   #15024
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Yeh, stellar. I wish I had some scotch though. I have bourbon and rum, no scotch.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:49 AM   #15025
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Lagunitas Daytime. Pretty good for such a low alcohol IPA. I have a handful of different scotches. That sounds like a good idea. Think I'll have me some Lagavulin next
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:53 AM   #15026
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Lagunitas Daytime. Pretty good for such a low alcohol IPA. I have a handful of different scotches. That sounds like a good idea. Think I'll have me some Lagavulin next
I like that one too. My wife drinks alot of session IPAs since she needs to be up at 3 am on workdays. Of all of the ones I've had, I like that the best. And what's with all the scotches, I need to take my wife up on the "As soon as you need a bottle....." offer!
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:54 AM   #15027
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Founders Breakfast Stout, can't get enough of it! Tried brewing the award winning clone here, but was unsuccessful unfortunately. I'll give it another go at some point!

I've been fortunate enough to try KBS on tap once, delicious! I've been hunting for CBS, no luck yet!

 
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:57 AM   #15028
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Pyramid Thunderhead Ipa. Pretty decent.

Finishing up with a Lakefront Oktoberfest(prolly my least favorate style) no matter how many I try I still cant get into this style much. This is pretty drinkably/tolerable good for the style though,for me. Many Ive recently tried I drank half have went down the drain and Ive moved on to the next,to something worthy of having a limited amount for the night.

 
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I like that one too. My wife drinks alot of session IPAs since she needs to be up at 3 am on workdays. Of all of the ones I've had, I like that the best. And what's with all the scotches, I need to take my wife up on the "As soon as you need a bottle....." offer!
I've made a couple session IPAs, but this is the first commercial one I've had. The color on it really through me for a loop when I poured it. Fortunately I have 5 more bottles
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I've made a couple session IPAs, but this is the first commercial one I've had. The color on it really through me for a loop when I poured it. Fortunately I have 5 more bottles
It's the new thing I'm working on, the problem for me since I have to consider the lady is trying to keep calories down too. After trying Lag's, I'm thinking way more adjunct. I was way too conservative with the corn sugar. Oh, and moar hops!!!


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