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Old 11-30-2006, 08:43 AM   #201
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Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter. Aroma is of bitter chocolate. Flavor is a little roasted, a little more chocolate. Fairly dry. Mine came from a clear bottle, but I don't detect any off flavors.


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Old 12-09-2006, 06:30 AM   #202
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Broke in the new Bevmo (not literally) last week.

I just finished a bomber of Alaskan Smoked Porter.
Workin on Dogfish head Punkin.

This is the 1st Pumpkin Ale that I can drink. Not sickly sweet and I can see through it (not pulpy).


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Old 12-09-2006, 06:38 AM   #203
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I just finished a bomber of Alaskan Smoked Porter.

I've never had it, what did you think?

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Old 12-09-2006, 06:42 AM   #204
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I've never had it, what did you think?

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This being my first smoked beer, I was impressed how robust the smoke flavor was. It really broke down a wall, like there was a BBQ rack o Ribs coming my way.
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Old 12-09-2006, 01:13 PM   #205
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Red Hook IPA. Not too good. I'm drinking a bottle of my own IPA along with it, and mine is better by far.

I've heard about their ESB being pretty good, but I have a sixer of this IPA, and I almost feel like giving it away.
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Old 12-09-2006, 01:26 PM   #206
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Red Hook IPA. Not too good. I'm drinking a bottle of my own IPA along with it, and mine is better by far.

I've heard about their ESB being pretty good, but I have a sixer of this IPA, and I almost feel like giving it away.
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At 8 o'clock in the morning? You are hard core.
Only on the weekend.

Ran out of coffee, have to improvise.

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Just got back from the Seahawks game and have to console myself after losing to San Francisco. Drinking a Cantillon Classic Gueuze. I just love this stuff! Tart, acidic, I'll sleep better tonight.
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Just got back from the Seahawks game and have to console myself after losing to San Francisco. Drinking a Cantillon Classic Gueuze. I just love this stuff! Tart, acidic, I'll sleep better tonight.
were you one of the 40,000 that left early?
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No I stuck it out even with the threat of 60mph winds. Now I'm starting to get a little worried, we have San Diego on the 24th and then we go to Tampa Bay. The 49ers have to lose.


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