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Old 04-29-2012, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default What beer kicked your a$$ lately?

We all have those nights when they just go down REALLY easy, but the next day you realize you should have stopped WAY sooner......so......What beer kicked your A$$ lately?

Right now(and I mean right now), mine's Victory Golden Monkey.


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Old 04-29-2012, 11:43 PM   #2
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Default funny you would say that

That was my first AG after 10 years of extract brewing. I can't drink more than 3 or 4 of them and still function as a normal human being.


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Old 04-29-2012, 11:47 PM   #3
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I have a Belgian Tripel that is so smooth even though it is almost 10% . I ha d few of those last week and the next day I was at half speed. They sure tasted great and went down easy.
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Gotta be Pliny the Elder... After two or three im done, but i dont want to stop...
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Drank more than my share of Sam Adams Latitude 48 down at the local bar recently. When I woke up the next day I felt like someone parked a car on my head.
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Old 04-29-2012, 11:58 PM   #7
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Gotta be Pliny the Elder... After two or three im done, but i dont want to stop...
MMMMMM.....had some Pliny at a local brew pubs Easter Hop fest. They had Hopsickle, Hop slam, Blind pig, and MANY others.
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Avery Brewing's Maharaja...one went down too smooth & I lost count. Next thing I knew, I was in the parking lot betting passing ladies on how many pushups I can do. I ran into the door casing coming into my house, hit a wall in the bathroom for no apparent reason, & woke up with a black eye & busted knuckles.
Now in my younger years, this would have been business as usual, but I'm nearing 40 so...this is QUITE out of character for me.
What valuable lesson did I learn? I learned that it's possible to brew a beer that tastes so good that an empty glass is unacceptable even to someone who considers himself full of self-control. I decided the next morning to brew beer.
That was 1 month ago & my Maharaja Clone has been sitting in my shiny glass carboy at 66 degrees for 5 days.
I also learned that 22 ounces is my maximum per 24 hour period.
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Avery Brewing's Maharaja...one went down too smooth & I lost count. Next thing I knew, I was in the parking lot betting passing ladies on how many pushups I can do. I ran into the door casing coming into my house, hit a wall in the bathroom for no apparent reason, & woke up with a black eye & busted knuckles.
Now in my younger years, this would have been business as usual, but I'm nearing 40 so...this is QUITE out of character for me.
What valuable lesson did I learn? I learned that it's possible to brew a beer that tastes so good that an empty glass is unacceptable even to someone who considers himself full of self-control. I decided the next morning to brew beer.
That was 1 month ago & my Maharaja Clone has been sitting in my shiny glass carboy at 66 degrees for 5 days.
I also learned that 22 ounces is my maximum per 24 hour period.
Well now there's a silver lining!
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:18 AM   #10
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Resin from Sixpoint. The cans seem smaller, 4 cans later, almost knocked my self out forgetting to duck going into the basement.


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