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seanjwalker1

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In college I drank so much rolling rock lite. It was 13.99 for a 30 rack lol
Was just thinking the same thing. Used to crush those in high school. It was a "fancy" break from Bud Man in a Can and bottom shelf Goebels and Olympia 😂 😂. Not quite to the level of You Got It Going On Moose Head but a nice change up....the joys of misspent youth!!!
 

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Tastes like a skunked Budweiser. I honestly can’t believe they let this leave the brewery. I’ve had this beer soooo many times and this is light years away from what it was/should be. It’s cool that I can now buy Other Half at a bunch of my local liquor stores (NJ) and don’t have to make the trek into Brooklyn, but I’d say half of their beers I’ve had not purchased directly from the brewery have been piss. Had two four packs of double Citra daydream that were absolute garbage. MANY other people feel the same way. 🤔
 
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Not from any glass lined tanks from Latrob, PA anymore. AB bought the name and recipe years ago and closed that plant in Latrob. Don’t know if they ever found a buyer for those glass lined tanks but many people lost their jobs. As far as I know all those bottles and cans of Rolling Rock say St. Louis, MO on them now. That’s false advertising and misleading, they should not be allowed to put that on their bottles and cans.

I have 2 bottles that say Latrob, PA on one of my shelves and I’m keeping those unopened as souveniers. Next to my unopened bottle of Romulan Ale from Star Trek the Experience.
 

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The OH DIPA was a good start to the night. Pleasant enjoyable but not mind blowing.
Then the Rising Storm Sour IPA, damn this was delicious and all the fruits played well together.
Mortalis Hydras typically don’t disappoint but this one did (mango, peach, strawberry and their crumble treatment). Yes it’s old (canned 12/15/20) but it has really dropped off & it’s no longer sour or tart. Just muddled fruit juice. Fresh it was delicious though. I need to be better about not forgetting them or sitting on them for too long. Lesson learned.
 

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It's about the only beer my wife will drink and I usually order Victoria when we go out for Mexican food. I'll keep a eye out for the Indio.
I had the Indio in Mexico. Had to relinquish the car keys after finding Victoria on draft at a dive Mexican restaurant.
 

SanJuanWorm

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'Filthy Dirty' WCIPA from Parallel 49 Brewing Company, in Vancouver, BC. Funny name and logo, but very crushable, even at 7.2%.

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It's brew day!! 😁 Decided against a cider until the 30th, so doing a Grapefruit NEIPA, with Columbus, Amarillo and a big Cascade dry hop. Looking at 65 IBU...and about 8.14%, so it's going to be a doozie~!!! :mischievous: Cheers!

( edited approx. ABV of recipe after 4 times through Brewer's Friend..no problem ;) )
 
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