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very much reminds me of New Belgium's Sunshine Wheat...

GREAT BEER !!!

I will most definately be doing an orange/coriander wheat beer in the future. :mug:
 

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BrewProject said:
very much reminds me of New Belgium's Sunshine Wheat...

GREAT BEER !!!

I will most definately be doing an orange/coriander wheat beer in the future. :mug:
It's made by Coors. ;) Pretty good stuff, though!
 

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It's made by Coors. ;) Pretty good stuff, though!
Well, actually he is partly right because Coors and Molson joined together now. Check out Molson's website. It is now Coors-Molson. Molson Canadian = Good Stuff.
 

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Big-Ben-87 said:
Well, actually he is partly right because Coors and Molson joined together now. Check out Molson's website. It is now Coors-Molson. Molson Canadian = Good Stuff.
It was originally brewed by coors around 1995. Even won a world championship gold medal that year too.
 

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Big-Ben-87 said:
Well, actually he is partly right because Coors and Molson joined together now. Check out Molson's website. It is now Coors-Molson. Molson Canadian = Good Stuff.
By that rationale, Dude's Jeep is a Mercedes. :D

On topic, if you liked Blue Moon, go and find you some Hoegaarden or Celis White. Very nice. And, brewing with orange and corriander is nice.
 

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BrewProject said:
very much reminds me of New Belgium's Sunshine Wheat...

GREAT BEER !!!

I will most definately be doing an orange/coriander wheat beer in the future. :mug:
Had one at Industry on Friday. Have had plenty of them before, but they are still nice because it often the only beer on tap beside the normal BMC stuff.
 

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Blue Moon will get you started on some expensive Belgian beers. My fav's are Kasteel and Chimay. Tried a few Delirium Tremens...didn't like those as much.
 

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I just tried Blue Moon last night. I went right back to Guiness.
 
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Exo said:
Blue Moon will get you started on some expensive Belgian beers. My fav's are Kasteel and Chimay. Tried a few Delirium Tremens...didn't like those as much.
I've tried Chimay. I liked that one too...
 

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I love Chimay. but it's saved for Fancy Beer Friday because of cost.
PS FBF is the 3rd Friday in a month that has 5 fridays which makes it possible to afford Chimay and such
 
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I love Chimay. but it's saved for Fancy Beer Friday because of cost.
PS FBF is the 3rd Friday in a month that has 5 fridays which makes it possible to afford Chimay and such
yea, the costs is pretty outrageous for Chimay.

Here's to FBF :mug:
 

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Chimay is good, but there many other great choices out there as far as Belgians go. Chimay is prolly the most readily available aside from Stella Artois.
 

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Interesting note on Blue Moon...

It was originally developed at the microbrewery at Coors Field. From what I understand, they're owned by Coors, but are free to brew as they please. It seemed like a pretty cool place to watch a ballgame.

BTW - I like Blue Moon quite a bit
 

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blue moon is one of my favorite beers.

mmm mmm

i was thinking about making a wheat beer with an orange flavor as well.
 

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I love Blue Moon. Unfortunately, if I drink two or more I will definitely get a nasty headache the next morning. This is the only beer that does me wrong like that. :confused: It still doesn't stop me from picking it up now and then.

Well, Hurricane does that too but that is to be expected. :cross:
 

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