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Old 11-15-2012, 08:34 PM   #16361
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Pakos IPA. Delicious.
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:53 PM   #16362
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:49 PM   #16363
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Epic tasting list from last night.

Cantillon Saint Lamvinus
Cantillon Lou Pepe 2008
Cantillon Vigneronne
3 Fontienen Golden Blend
3 Fontienen Oude Geuze 2008
3 Fontienen Armand Winter
3 Fontienen Armand Lente
3 Fontienen Armand Zomer
3 Fontienen Armand Herfst
3 Fontienen Schaerbeekse Kriek
de Struisse Pannepot Grand Reserva 2005
Crooked Stave Servette reserva
Free Tales Ananke
Solid tasting. I've done the Armand seasons seperately but never all at once. How many people were there?

so, side by side, how were the seasons. Lente always wins over all but what were your favorites?

What year of 3F kriek was it?

The surette reserva..was it too vinegar heavy or more balanced? Everyone tells me the one I had was just a bad bottle. I hated it.

Finally, the Pannepot Grand Reserva '05 is one of my all time favorite beers. I have one more 750ML of it in the cellar. No idea when it'll be opened.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:30 PM   #16364
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Solid tasting. I've done the Armand seasons seperately but never all at once. How many people were there?

so, side by side, how were the seasons. Lente always wins over all but what were your favorites?

What year of 3F kriek was it?

The surette reserva..was it too vinegar heavy or more balanced? Everyone tells me the one I had was just a bad bottle. I hated it.

Finally, the Pannepot Grand Reserva '05 is one of my all time favorite beers. I have one more 750ML of it in the cellar. No idea when it'll be opened.
There were about 50 people there. There were multiple bottles of each and after it was far game for any left overs not poured.

It was awesome tasting the armand seasons together to see how the blends can really affect a beer like this. My favorite was the winter and summer. The lente and herfst was excellent but I favor the other two better but all were amazing beers ( I finished off what was left of the lente ) Love guezes. I need to find more of them. They are hard to come by in Texas

The kriek was a 2011. I got a 2010 at home and probably going to wait a few more years (if i can) to open and enjoy it. The 2011 was really good. Nice cherries with a sudden tart/sour on the swallow. Definitely a different type of kriek i havent tried before and i really like it. I cant wait to see what age can effect the beer.

I got a bottle of the crooked stave surette reserva at home too and waiting to try it at a later date. I did not get a vinegar taste to it. It was not a sour/tart as the other brews of the night. i beleive they added a fruit to it which balanced the sourness a little. It was really good but I had better crooked stave when i was in Colorado (i.e Batch 1, Bourbon barrel sentience).

The '05 was amazing. It was heavy on raisens and dates and smooth as all hell. It was a great last beer after all those lambics and guezes. If you open it now you wont be disappointed. Now I need to find some. I got an 2009 reserva I cant wait to try.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:44 PM   #16365
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I love free tails anake not to sour to where it is like drinking pickle juice and wonderful citrus character. Great warm weather beer.

 
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:02 PM   #16366
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Sierra Nevada Torpedo for a bit of hops with dinner.



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Old 11-15-2012, 11:18 PM   #16367
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Doing a last tasting of my Wee Heavy before I send a couple bottles off for a competition.
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:21 PM   #16368
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Captain Lawrence Brown Bird Ale. Anytime I have this beer it always tastes like I'm drinking something darker, almost like a stout.

 
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:59 PM   #16369
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:59 PM   #16370
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Homebrew, bitches! This ain't CraftBeerTalk, after all!
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