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Old 12-22-2012, 01:18 AM   #18561
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My Columbus IPA

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Old 12-22-2012, 01:34 AM   #18562
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Daisy Cutter. Finally got some cans in Pa
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:34 AM   #18563
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Originally Posted by WesleyS

I drank one on 12-12-12 that i had in the fridge for about a year. I really enjoyed it. I agree, the cinnamon was more subdued than expected. I liked the pepper flavor you get up front and it all melded well together. I wish I had bought a few more.
I think this would have been perfect for Christmas Eve night while watching Christmas Vacation. Had I only been more patient.

I really enjoy how it goes from pepper up front to cinnamon to pleasant slightly bitter finish. Wish I could have gotten some 12-12-12 to try next year.

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Old 12-22-2012, 01:43 AM   #18564
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Enjoying a nice glass of Rosť. Don't judge me!

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Earlier I did have on tap a Karbach Hopadillo and their seasonal black ale. The Hopadillo was great!

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Old 12-22-2012, 01:51 AM   #18565
Sep 2012
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Wednesday I had one of the best beers I've ever had. Bells did a tap takeover at The Buck in St. Joseph, MI. They had 12 taps going, and not just their staples either. The highlight was barrel aged Batch 9000. $5 for a large snifter. Amazing beer.

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Old 12-22-2012, 01:56 AM   #18566
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Sinking Spring, PA
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My 12% Barley Wine. Caramel 120, golden raisins, Centennial, Chinook and Cascade.
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Old 12-22-2012, 01:57 AM   #18567
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[QUOTE=WesleyS;4706799]Enjoying a nice glass of Rosť. Don't judge me! /QUOTE]

I couldn't do that since at dinner I had to put my Hop Stoopid to the side for a minute and sample a cab & malbec that they are considering to become their new house wines.

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Old 12-22-2012, 02:01 AM   #18568
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Originally Posted by mcbaumannerb View Post
Looks great ... And seeing your latest acquisition of amarillo and simcoe along with theChristmas cookies makes me think I just might have to tinker around in the kitchen and devise a hop cookie!
Not a bad idea at all! The cookies are thanks to my wonderful neighbors. Those molasses cookies of hers' are one of my faves. I had the Sim and am out to dry hop my black IPA so I could keg it the day after Xmas. It's the Hoppy New Beer brew.
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can i drink this? I mean. Im gunna. But is it fine?
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it's not a barley wine. it's an ale.
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Have you seen the price of ketchup lately? And I'm not talking Heinz.

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Old 12-22-2012, 02:04 AM   #18569
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Had a Ballast Point Sculpin for the first time. Really solid and balanced IPA. Definitely picking up Amarillo.

Just cracked a Stone 12.12.12 Vertical Epic. Such an interesting, complex beer. Lots of cinnamon and nutmeg with a nice breadiness in the aroma. Taste is very bready, slight banana with chocolate and a hint of cinnamon. Pick it up, this beer is great.

Also scored an Avery 19th Anniversary Triple and a Chimay Grande Reserve in the 150th anniversary bottle that I'll save for another day.
Primary: American Brown Ale
Kegged: American Pale Ale V2

On Deck: American Pale Ale V3
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Old 12-22-2012, 02:11 AM   #18570
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Ive had this before but now Im getting alot of strong herbaly/b-vitamins that I didnt notice before-guess thats why it says ENJOY FRESH??: Hmm.. think I might finish the bottle to further investigate- although its starting to give my tastebuds-beergoggles. ? Better stop here,I gotta visit the lhbs tomarrow.And the roads are still-****ty. (I'm not driving-now,if your thinking that!) Focus.
Edit: further investigation reveals some ripe fruit sweetness,but still a strong herbal chalky pungent vitamin jar,get er fresh,yo. yo. get er dun? Sometimes you get in your "element"- this beer does kinda do that. Its not hip hop-country if your thinking that either. Im thinkin better fresh too.
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