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Old 09-28-2011, 01:55 AM   #1
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Corn, High Fructose Corn Fortress, IA
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Anybody tried it? I had passed up a brewfest to try this local beer(unwillingly), turns out i found it in a can(4-Pack) 10$ for a double hop-slayer.Definatley worth picking up.Im curious about the others and the availability.

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Old 09-28-2011, 03:28 AM   #2

Great beer, but somewhat hard to find. Their pumpkin ale is pretty good. We just got this in at a local micropub.
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Old 09-28-2011, 04:28 PM   #3
Apr 2011
Indianapolis, Indiana
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I have sampled most of their beers and can confidently state that they are all pretty solid. There have been some reports about problems with consistency, although I doubt this to be the case with their distributed beers and have not found this to be an issue myself. The only negative experience I have was with their "Replicale" at a local tasting; it tasted strongly of sulfur rendering it undrinkable.

They distribute their Paddy Ale, Hop Slayer, Jack Stout, and some seasonal varieties (i.e., pumpkin, wit) in cans. If you find yourself in the area, they have a nice brewpub with better than average pub fare.

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