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Old 08-29-2012, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default My beer of the month club beers finally came.

My beer of the month club beers came last night. I put 1 of each in the fridge last night and will be trying one or two a night for the next couple of nights. Anybody tried any of these beers?

Foothills Brewing -------- Cottonwood Endo IPA
Abita Brewing Company -------- Restoration Pale Ale
Brouwerij Rodenbach (Belgium) -------- Rodenbach
Pivovar Zlatý Bažant (Slovak Republic) -------- Golden Pheasant

I think Im most excited to try the Rodenbach.


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Old 08-29-2012, 01:01 PM   #2
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I used to drink the heck out of the endo ipa. I thought that was brewed by Carolina Brewing, must have been taken over or joined forces with Foothills. Either way, it was a solid beer, haven't had one in quite awhile though. Foothills makes some great stuff.

I haven't had the others. I'd be pretty excited about the Rodenbach as well.


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Old 08-29-2012, 01:06 PM   #3
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I used to drink the heck out of the endo ipa. I thought that was brewed by Carolina Brewing, must have been taken over or joined forces with Foothills. Either way, it was a solid beer, haven't had one in quite awhile though. Foothills makes some great stuff.

I haven't had the others. I'd be pretty excited about the Rodenbach as well.
The info that came with it did say that Carolina Brewing was bought out by foothills.
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The only one i had is the abita. Its a decent beer. I dont grab them as much as i used too. The Rodenbach I got a 750ml i need to drink soon. Maybe this weekend
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Old 08-29-2012, 01:36 PM   #5
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I love most Belgians and Belgian-styles, but Flanders ales just must not work for me, because I hated Rodenbach. Sour in a farmhouse ale, sure. Sour in a brown/red ale with all of that sweetness... blech. /opinion
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Which Rodenbach? Regular or GranCru?
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I plan on posting my thoughts on each one of these here as I taste them. Ive never had a flanders red, so I dont know if I like them yet. I am a big fan of most belgain styles though.
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Which Rodenbach? Regular or GranCru?
Regular (Or classic as they call it)

Info on each beer can be found here:
http://www.beermonthclub.com/newsletters/vol19no7.htm
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I like the classic Rodenbach more than the GranCru. It's dry and tart with some good barrel notes. If you are mixing beers in a session, start with Rodenbach.
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Been thinking of joining the rare beer club for a while...


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