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Old 01-08-2013, 09:38 PM   #20201
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Switched gears to my iipa. as the sun sets I'm still smoking ribs on the deck. Proper glass this time



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Old 01-08-2013, 09:52 PM   #20202
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Pilsner Urquell. Lightstruck as always, but not as bad as it normally is.
Do you get 'em in cans there? In cans, no skunk, just delicious beer.


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Old 01-08-2013, 10:14 PM   #20203
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That reminds me how I felt about Stella,it was much better canned.
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:17 PM   #20204
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Do you get 'em in cans there? In cans, no skunk, just delicious beer.
We probably do. It's not often I get a hankering for it, so I've never really looked.
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For Pilsner Urquell, they have started distributing them in enclosed boxes now. If you are buying a single bottle, you're probably still screwed, but if you pick up a 12-pack it's not light exposed.

One thing I always do when I go buy bottles off the shelf in any store, is reach as far back as I can and pull the bottle that's sitting back in the shadows. I never grab the one sitting in front. It doesn't completely eliminate the problem, as I still occasionally get light-struck beers, particularly some of the UK beers since they always use clear glass bottles, but it really cut down on the frequency with which that has happened.
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Switched gears to my iipa. as the sun sets I'm still smoking ribs on the deck. Proper glass this time
Make that 2 of these. Dark out now though
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Went on a trading beer run to RI and hit the pay dirt. A bunch of stuff I can't get here in CT along with a couple that I can get here but have been wanting to try anyway. Currently enjoying the beer in the second pic while I wait for my samples to chill. Gotta make sure I am sending out good beer.
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I just tried that Larry while up in Boston for Christmas, I enjoyed it quite a bit.
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