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Old 04-07-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default I hate to brag but it's so much fun.

Not 1, not 4. But an entire 24 case

The one and only case for the entire central PA area :-)


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Old 04-07-2011, 02:38 PM   #2
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Old 04-07-2011, 02:42 PM   #3
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Is that Kentucky Breakfast Stout? Had one in Chicago and so far its been my favorite beer. We dont get it down south
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Kentucky Breakfast Stout? I always thought that was coffee & beam's bourbon?...Good on cold days,btw...
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I also heard that a Kentucky breakfast is Steak, a dog, and a bottle of bourbon.....The dog is to eat the steak.
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Oatmeal Stout + Coffee + Chocolate + Bourbon + 11% ABV = A real man's breakfast

Yes its Founder's Brewery Kentucky Breakfast Stout
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I remember having a bottle at south philly tap room last year with sunday brunch. So Good!
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SWEET. That must have cost some coin. The 4 pack I bought in 2010 cost me $20. Good stuff. I need to see if my LBS has some.

Or I could just take the 20 min drive to Founders (thought I would brag a little myself).
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SWEET. That must have cost some coin. The 4 pack I bought in 2010 cost me $20. Good stuff. I need to see if my LBS has some.

Or I could just take the 20 min drive to Founders (thought I would brag a little myself).
It was a toss up between blowing $120 on that case or $120 on brewing supplies (yes I know) But I have enough supplies for about 3 batches.
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Old 04-07-2011, 05:47 PM   #10
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I tried the Widmer's KBS recently, and thought it was ok. I'm not big on stouts that have the coffee/chocolate taste. It was just a tad over the top for me. Wish I could try the Fullers version!


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