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Old 12-05-2007, 05:47 AM   #21
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I would have to rate myself high on the list as well. The only catagory I have not tried is the Sour Ale, and I'm eager to try some. I've made beer in 17 catagories, all but Light Lager, Dark Lager, Bock, Fruit Beer and Sour Ale. I need to make a list of every beer that I've tried. I had a list but lost it in a computer crash. There were hundreds then.


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Old 12-05-2007, 01:05 PM   #22
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You guys that have these aced, what Düsseldorf Altbiers, Milds & Southern English Browns are you finding available in your area?


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Old 12-07-2007, 12:53 PM   #23
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You guys that have these aced, what Düsseldorf Altbiers, Milds & Southern English Browns are you finding available in your area?
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Old 12-09-2007, 03:57 PM   #24
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Well my local bottle shop usually has Schneider Aventinus eisenbock and sometimes has Ramstein products....neither were in the cooler this weekend. (They did have singles of Brooklyn Black Chocolate stout so it wasn't a total waste )
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17. SOUR ALE - No experience
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Well one more category with atleast some experience. Had a Rodenbach this weekend while watching my Steelers become the next victims of NE. Atleast I enjoyed the beer. It was sweeter and fruiter than expected. Not a beer I will drink alot of but I can see the interest in sour beers. I can imagine some variations that would suit me better.

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Old 12-11-2007, 10:22 PM   #26
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how do you survive in cleveland as a steelers fan?
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I've tried all of them (although French covers styles I haven't tried and I'm certain there are sub-styles I haven't run across). Brewed a little over half of them.
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how do you survive in cleveland as a steelers fan?
I have always been a steelers fan despite growing up in NE Ohio. And given the recent history of the Browns there are quite a few more Steelers fans in the area in recent years. The question is hasn't it been tough to remain a Browns fan for the last 10 years?

On a note related to the topic. Winking Lizard actually has pretty good coverage of the basic BJCP styles including the sour beer (Rodenbach) I mentioned. I may have to do their world beer tour next year to get the experience.

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