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Old 02-23-2007, 12:39 AM   #381
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I'm drinking Dogfish Head 60 minute. I could drink it by the gallon, I think. Very nice, easy to drink beer. I have to stop, because I have a kid to pick up later tonight. (Unfortunately, my youngest does not yet drive even though I've asked him to at least start driver's ed.). But, tomorrow is Friday- and more beer awaits.


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Old 02-23-2007, 01:00 AM   #382
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I just bought a sixer of that stuff last week-end. My Christmas porter this year was a spot-on clone if you want to make it yourself. Hard to believe that no chocolate was harmed making that stuff.

I'd like to give it a shot sometime if you are still willing to share the recipe.


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Old 02-28-2007, 12:03 AM   #383
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1 of 2 bottles left of my honeyweizen. yum.

racking a pub ale as I type, and soaking the peaches in pectic enzyme for the second batch of peach cream ale. mmmm.
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Old 02-28-2007, 12:07 AM   #384
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Surprise, surprise.

Hobgoblin.
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Old 02-28-2007, 01:13 AM   #385
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first shot at arcadia's 'nut brown ale'
good brew (not good for desciptives)
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Old 02-28-2007, 02:10 PM   #386
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1 of 2 bottles left of my honeyweizen. yum.

racking a pub ale as I type, and soaking the peaches in pectic enzyme for the second batch of peach cream ale. mmmm.
coffee. cried myself to sleep last night as I poured out 5 gallons of pub ale.

first destructive infection.

a moment of silence please.

thank you.
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Old 03-01-2007, 02:12 AM   #387
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Drinking Weyerbacher's Insanity.







I don't like it. VERY sweet, much more that I expected (I kinda thought with a name like "insanity," it would have some more hops ) My first though when I smelled it was "wine" - no surprise, it IS oaked, and that continues through the flavor. Very fruity, I wanna almost say a little raisiney. Body is very full, thick, chewey, yet it appears almost spritzy coming out of the bottle. Very cloudy with no head.

More than anything, it reminds me of DFH's Golden Shower, although not nearly as undrinkable as that POS.

So, disappointing. Live, learn, and try something new next.
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Old 03-02-2007, 04:08 AM   #388
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SN Bigfoot 2007.

MUCH better than last year. Not as harsh and not as strong of an alcohol burn. It is definitley still a sipper...but WAY better than the 06.

I really want to do a vertical tasting of the 05-07. Need to get on that.
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i took a leap of the cliff and bought a bottle of ....hobgoblin. thanks, orfy, you made me do it.

edit; dang that's some pretty good ale now i wish i'd got more than one 500ml bottle(3.50 us)
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I'm drinking coffee "right now", but last night I had Sean's celebration IPA for the beerswap. Good stuff...


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