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Old 03-30-2011, 03:07 AM   #4591
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Where in hell did you find Jester King?!?!?!? I was told by my guy at Gabriel's that they had no got distribution worked out yet so hurry up and wait. I have heard nothing but good things about these guys and have been champing at the bit to taste them!
I have access to 100 plus bottles... I'm going to buy me a few more!! Best imperial stout I've ever had!!


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Old 03-30-2011, 03:11 AM   #4592
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I have access to 100 plus bottles... I'm going to buy me a few more!! Best imperial stout I've ever had!!
I'm very happy for you...However, that helps ME not at all
Access from where? Is it a secret stash? Is there a pager number and a secret code? Help me help me!!!


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"I cant handle that buddy.. it tastes like Moose Piss", (IPA) - side note.. ive never had moose piss, but im sure it doesnt taste like IPA or I would have a moose.
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Old 03-30-2011, 03:13 AM   #4593
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I'm very happy for you...However, that helps ME not at all
Access from where? Is it a secret stash? Is there a pager number and a secret code? Help me help me!!!
Im on my iPad can't see your location to know how to reference you. Where are you at??
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Old 03-30-2011, 03:21 AM   #4594
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Im on my iPad can't see your location to know how to reference you. Where are you at??
Ah!.... I loaded hbt on safari instead of the cheesy app and I can see your in Texas county. I have access to it in Houston.
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Old 03-30-2011, 03:30 AM   #4595
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Ah!.... I loaded bbt on safari instead of the cheesy app and I can see your in Texas county. I have access to it in Houston.
Where? Gabriels in San Antonio says they are not getting distribution as of 2 weeks ago. I specifically asked the very knowledgable head of the beer dept. about Jester King!!!

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"I cant handle that buddy.. it tastes like Moose Piss", (IPA) - side note.. ive never had moose piss, but im sure it doesnt taste like IPA or I would have a moose.
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Old 03-30-2011, 03:30 AM   #4596
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Fat Woody's Green Stout (homebrew)

Basic stout grist, with lots of Willamettes after 20 minutes. They lend a smooth, slightly minty hop character that goes real well with the roasty stout.

...Not gonna lie though, I've got tomorrow off, and there's a glass of Buffalo Trace staring at me waiting for this pint of Green Stout to be finished. This stuff is the nectar of the gods for a bourbon fan.
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Old 03-30-2011, 03:56 AM   #4597
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SN Bigfoot 2011. Not bad, I always put a few of these away, it's interesting to see the hops fall off and the malt come forward. I drank a 2006 bigfoot the other day and it was all malt. This 2011 is actually really well balanced, doesn't need to be aged at all - very good.

 
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Old 03-30-2011, 04:43 AM   #4598
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Gordon-Biersch Chech Style Pilsner... I took a couple weeks off of brewing and I have almost no ready-to-drink homebrews... :-( I'm saving my last 3 cream ale bombers to share with my teammates at volleyball games tomorrow night.

 
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Old 03-30-2011, 04:53 AM   #4599
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Gordon-Biersch Chech Style Pilsner... I took a couple weeks off of brewing and I have almost no ready-to-drink homebrews... :-( I'm saving my last 3 cream ale bombers to share with my teammates at volleyball games tomorrow night.
"been to Gordon-Biersch here in SC (myrtle beach) not a big fan. Maybe Because it's in a tourist-trap outdoor mall. yours any better? everything tasted weak here in SC. even their winter special was watery.
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Old 03-30-2011, 06:03 AM   #4600
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"been to Gordon-Biersch here in SC (myrtle beach) not a big fan. Maybe Because it's in a tourist-trap outdoor mall. yours any better? everything tasted weak here in SC. even their winter special was watery.
It's not great, but it is a good variation from other stuff. We don't have the greatest selection at most of the stores in Vegas. It is in a variety pack with a blonde bock, a maibock, and a marzen. These are all pretty watery, but that matches the styless, right? The Czech-style pilsner has a nice hop flavor to balance the wateriness.



 
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