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Thirdeye

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WTF? This forum is 18+. You mean to tell me I cant say the word "****" here?

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If I had my way, Moose Drool would be ***** *****
Why is everybody hatin' on Moose Drool? Not top of my list, but a nice change of pace if you're looking for a malty amber or brown hopped with Liberty/Willamette.

Big Sky brews some good beers. A few years ago while camping in Idaho I was specifically looking for Moose Drool but the keg was out. The bartender suggested another Big Sky called Trout Slayer (seasonal). It was a very refreshing American wheat. Can't find it on the East Coast, and I haven't been able to successfully brew a clone that comes close.
 

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Why is everybody hatin' on Moose Drool? Not top of my list, but a nice change of pace if you're looking for a malty amber or brown hopped with Liberty/Willamette.

Big Sky brews some good beers. A few years ago while camping in Idaho I was specifically looking for Moose Drool but the keg was out. The bartender suggested another Big Sky called Trout Slayer (seasonal). It was a very refreshing American wheat. Can't find it on the East Coast, and I haven't been able to successfully brew a clone that comes close.
Dunno. I guess it is fun to hate on stuff we don't like.
 
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