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Old 08-02-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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What is your favorite beer and cheese combo? Looking to show off a little with dinner guests. Also looking for some ideas of what beer to brew next, so maybe this will help the to-do list grow.


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Old 08-02-2013, 10:35 PM   #2
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I really liked Sierra Nevada and Russian River's Brux paired with Brie. It was a great combo. Also Bigfoot plus Gorgonzola was fantastic!


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I really liked Sierra Nevada and Russian River's Brux paired with Brie. It was a great combo. Also Bigfoot plus Gorgonzola was fantastic!
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:53 PM   #4
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I like pale ales with spicy jack cheese
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SWMBO made a mac & cheese dish with my Moose Drool clone based on this recipe.

It was like Crack, except more addicting.
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SWMBO made a mac & cheese dish with my Moose Drool clone based on this recipe.

It was like Crack, except more addicting.
That looks/sounds amazing. Going to the store in the morning and doing the mac and cheese this weekend! Thanks
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I had a Black Butte 23 last night that paired really great with some Dubliner
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I had a Black Butte 23 last night that paired really great with some Dubliner
How was the BB XXIII? Been wanting to try it, but the price tag is a little hefty.
I prefer their obsidian stout over the black butte, and I typically prefer porters over stouts.
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How was the BB XXIII? Been wanting to try it, but the price tag is a little hefty.
I prefer their obsidian stout over the black butte, and I typically prefer porters over stouts.
pretty amazing

my local liquor store had a few on the shelf for $12.99 - i had to double check that i was looking at 23 and not the current release 25

nice orange chocolate nose with a hint of bourbon, really nice mouthfeel. def some warmth from the 11% and the bourbon but perfect level and a very faint background hint of the chiles

im considering going back to grab the other 2


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