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Old 02-02-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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So what's everyone drinking during the game? Did you brew something special, pick up your favorite commercial brew, or maybe something lighter because you'll be stuffing your face with too many wings?


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Old 02-02-2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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Ahhhh....a topic dear to my heart....being a Ravens fan.....

I have the following homebrews chilled and ready for my superbowl party:
Hefeweizen
Sweet Stout
Nut Brown

I also have an assortment Victory Brewing Beers and Troegs (both PA Breweries)

P.S. Enjoying some of my homebrews right now...and hopefully there is some left for tomorrow! what!


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Old 02-02-2013, 10:28 PM   #3
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I kind of wish I had made a special Super Bowl beer but didn't have the forsight. Would have also liked a St. Patrick's Day beer but missed that train as well.

I need to run to the liquor store and pick up something lightish. Planning on a lot of food so probably don't need a very big or filling beer. Although a good IPA would be nice to mix it up.
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BTW Patro....how about yourself?
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We finished off all of the home brew between my daughters graduation Dec.15, Christmas and New Years so we are just getting around to filling the pipe line, but Sierra Nevada has a great RyePA that's going to be in my cooler.
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Picked up a 12er of Uinta Cutthroat that was on sale...goin' to my daughter's house for the game and taking a sixer of the Mexican Cerveza that she made me make...hope it tastes good. Wait...of course it will taste good...almost as good as beating the ravens will taste. Go Niners.
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I've got a Kolsch, crowd favorite around here, imperial pilsner, porter, and fizzy yellow beer.
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Just going to have a few of my pale ales, maybe a glass of bourbon, a few stogies along with wings, pizza and nachos.

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