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No beer general?

Drinking this. And on my second bottle in 30 minutes. I feel like an alcoholic now. Oh well, work was rough today.

This is actually pretty fucking delicious, though. Never bothered trying it, because I kind of turned my nose up at a semi-huge brewery making a belgian. Nope, this is is delicious. Probably behind Three Philosophers as the best belgian I've ever had not from the titular country.
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Drinking a two hearted and watching the wonder years during a snowstorm. 9.5/10 cozy
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>>7337455
god damn, how do the beer threads always die so quickly? this board is so full of shit threads
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Feel like a fag for saying this but fuck it im buzzed and dont care. Im drinking Sam Adams Boston Lager and to me its still the best and most balanced beer of all.
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>>7337455
Having a bottle of this right now- Trou du Diable Dulcis Succubus. It's excellent- super complex, great balance of bitter, sweet and acidic. Have a 3 year old bottle of Unibroue 17 grande reserve I'm going to crack after this. Line cook and culinary student enjoying the prospect of a very rare day off tomorrow.
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drinking 50/50 rum and orange juice and rum. I didn't buy beer today but I'll hang. Fat tire just makes a great beer. it's normally my go to
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>>7337465
Damn, that does sound cozy, anon. Nothing beats the feeling of being comfortable inside while the weather is harsh.
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>>7337784
I didn't even have to plow my driveway tonight. My GOAT neighbors did it for me. Shouts out to my neighbors
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>>7337766
excellent shit

pity it's so costly though but at least the distribution is good and it's pretty easy to grab
>mfw the bottle release of ddc last weekend and tdd before that
keked my ass off, glad i was too poor to go
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I got a free can of Best Damn Root Beer with a 12 pack of something else. I wanted my money back. It tasted like a fucking root beer barrel candy dipped in alcohol and too much shitty vanilla. Could barely stomach it.
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>>7337455
New Belgium is fantastic imo. It's my go-to when picking up beer from non-specialized stores.
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>>7337455
Downing a 12 pack of Miller Lite because it tastes great, is less filling, and I live in fucking Pennsylvania, meaning I'm forced to buy semi-decent beer at a beer distributor and they were all closed. Stopped at a bar on my way home from work and bought a 12 pack.

No regrets.
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Picked this by chance at a super market. I was not disappointed.
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>>7338632

>tfw got a job with new belgium
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>>7338537
Yeah it is kind of expensive. Worth it though imo, and I have little enough time to drink that I don't mind shelling out for really good beer or whiskey so much.
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>>7337768
Sorry to be the guy but Fat Tire doesn't make beer, it's a beer made by New Holland b
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Its that time of the year again! Best cheap beer ever!
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>>7338627
There's only one hard root beer ive ever liked and it's Sprecher's.
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Tried this the other day, it was fucking great.
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>>7339070
I have heard nothing but good things about this, but after a drunken night of marathoning The Wire season 2 and tried a boilermaker, threw up immediately, so now the thought of beer and liquor mixed churns my stomach so hard, and nobody can convince me otherwise.
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>>7339070
>>7339078
I've had it - tasted like cheap whiskey watered down with a light amber ale. Not very nice, really. Beer shouldnt taste like liquor,
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>>7337455
>not drinking actual Belgian beer
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>you will never drink westvleteren 12
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>>7339129
There are plenty of other meme beers to try bro
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>>7339138

>best beer in the world as rated by everyone
>meme
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>>7339160
>hyped up church water constantly compared to St. Bernardus 12
>not a meme
You bought into it brah.
To be fair it might not be St. Bernardus but there is another trappist that people say is practically identical and half the price
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>>7339165
St Bernardus uses the original Westveleteren yeast strain. Westvleteren now uses Westmalle yeast.
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>>7339219
So buying st bernardus is as close as you'll get to buying the original westvleteren now?
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>>7339129
You could buy some but it's expensive. I could buy a bottle tonight but it's $100 so I won't.
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got my meme beer for tonight, hope its good
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Had this one yesterday. Probably one of my favorite Norwegian lagers so far.
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Guess what kind of beer I'm gonna brew this weekend.
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>>7340064
>wlp810
california common?
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>>7340090
Yeah
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>>7338651
miller lite has always been my go to alcoholism beer. actually might have been keystone in college. but we've all been there
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>>7338668
Try the ginger one, flavor is weird but different
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>>7339129
you can go to belgium and drink your fucking face off on it if you had the cash
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Middle of the week one beer night. It was alright, nothing to write home about though!
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On a Trappistes Rochefort 8 right now, great fruity taste. Kinda wishing I had some blue cheese right now...

Next one will be an IPA by Brouwerij 't IJ, Amsterdam.
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>>7339363
St. Bernardus 12 is decent, biggest fault most people make is drinking it too cold. You really want to drink it at room temperature. Had the Westvleteren 12 served at a pub, so under perfect conditions, and it was amazing. Had the Abt 12 too cold, it was shit. Had it at room temp, and couldn't tell the difference.
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>>7340511
As in, couldn't tell the difference between Bernardus and Westvleteren.
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>>7339784
is that your photo, it's pretty neat.
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>>7340462
Victory at sea is so much better.
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>>7340500
I J
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my nigga worlds best brewery bar none
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Drinking this
Would not buy again, why was this so expensive? It taste ok, but I had way the fuck higher expectations given the price and style
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>>7339129
aayyy, one perk of being a Belgian I guess. Other than beer this place is fucking shit.
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I only have bottom shelf vodka in the freezer to drink.
Absolutely nothing to mix or chase it with.
Found a packet of mint tea, which is now steeping in my vodka.

It's been one of those fucking days.
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>>7341180
Is Belgium really that bad? Next time I go to Europe I kind of want to go, but mainly just because beer and I like the movie In Bruges
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>>7341179
I had the same experience a few threads ago but I think it's good beer. Way overpriced for sure and I wouldn't even pay that much for Death By Coconut.
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So good, but I struggle to tell how this is different from a porter. Which is not a complaint.

Definitely my favorite brown. Which makes me realize Cigar City makes my favorite version of lots of styles.
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>>7341233
hard to imagine how they sell it for $3.50 more per 4 pack than Breakfast Stout
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>>7340090
Funny. I read your reply, and thought, "no, he's making steam beer. . . oh yeah, same thing."
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>>7341179
haven't found a coffee porter I've actually enjoyed yet...
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>>7341241
Forgot the pic?
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>>7341255
this is my favorite, only available sporadically though
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new belgium is one of my favorite brewers I always try their new stuff whenever they come out with something
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>>7341270
Portage is in contention for being my favorite porter. It's up against Smuttynose's Robust.

Pumpkick is good, but not the best pumpkin beer. I know they're trying to set it apart, though, and I respect that.

Fat Tire is like my baseline for beer. If you are not better than Fat Tire, you are not worth drinking. It is simple, inoffensive, but super forgettable.
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>>7341242
I appreciate how much easier it is to drink than FBS (It's less viscous and more refreshing. I would drink this with food but would drink FBS for dessert) but it's too high of a price. I've got 2 cans left now of Hotbox and Sam Adams Nitro Coffee and I do think Hotbox is better, for what it's worth.
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>>7337465
That sounds perfect, cheers man. Enjoy. Wonder Years is a GOAT-tier show.
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>>7341250
don't even know what those taste like, i don't think there's any of those being brewed around here.
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turning 21 next month, can't drink underage in the military (not worth the risk). can anyone recommend me some good beers?
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>>7341203
good idea with the teabag
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>>7341377
where you at
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>>7341262
>Wisconsin
I'm from NJ though....
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>>7341377
get a bunch and try em all, everyones taste is different.

My favorite is Dogfish Head, Weyerbacher tastes like soap, and any mainstream/national brand will be okay, if not good.
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>>7341377
If you're in the US (mainly north east, not sure where else it's available), Golden Monkey by Victory is one of my favorites.

9.5% ABV, yet it's crisp and light relative to its alcohol content. Light, golden color. Citrus smell, clove flavor.
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>>7341377
just go to a grocery store and buy some mixed six packs
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>>7341398
>Weyerbacher tastes like soap
I've never noticed this. Is it in the IPA's?
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>>7341409
what kind of default is 'soap taste' even
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>>7341400
Yeah, this is surprisingly not shit. I thought it'd be worse than the 8% high gravity malt liquor beer, but it's far better. Down here in Florida a 6 pack is $12. It's a once in a while beer. I'd rather have one or two then switch to something cheaper
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>>7341477
Definitely. It's got a surprisingly sweet taste for the kind of beer it is, so I always switch to something a bit drier after. The ABV gives you a nice buzz too. Also I live 10 min from one of the breweries.

>I can fill up a growler for $8.95
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>>7337465
Thank FUCK they finally got those 12 packs of cans near me.
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Anybody into lambics? Duchesse is my favorite, it's a little acidic but still delicious
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>>7341570
more like memebics
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>>7341570
duchesses not a lambic though, it's a red flanders ale

last time i tasted it i wasn't expecting how vinegary it would be so i drain poured it. next time i'll give it a longer chance

esp. since i now like sours a fair bit
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>>7341570
duchesse ain't a lambic (still delicious though)
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>>7341535
Bell's Two Hearted is the definitive balanced IPA. It has no gimmicks at all. Not crazy hoppy, not crazy high abv, not "sessionable" low abv, just plain IPA done well.
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>>7341595
>>7341583
Oh it isn't? I thought it had fruit in one of the fermentations, never mind

Well, favorite sour/fruit beers that don't taste like hawaiian punch then.
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>>7341603
I've been trying to ease myself into IPA's -- I traditionally like tripels and maltier beers.

Is this a good one to start with?
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needing a good dose of alcohol in my life tonight i was looking at the price of coors banquet after having read relatively good things about it from otherwise craft centric people

when i saw that it was >>>>>2CDN a bottle i gave up and went for the good old fin du monde 6 pack
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>>7341609
Yeah, Two Hearted is great IPA, an exemplar of why midwest IPA is better than west coast style IPA
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This is okay. Doesn't have a very strong flavour though.
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>>7341608
>Well, favorite sour/fruit beers that don't taste like hawaiian punch then.
This guy
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>>7341623
>west-coast ipas
>northeast ipas
>midwest ipas
GREAT memes

EXCELLENT ones
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>fruit sour beers
>not the best beers in the observable universe
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>>7341623
I'll have to see if I can get it anywhere around me. Thanks
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>>7341683
Bells is pretty widely available, should not be tough to find. Its available year round in super markets in much of the country
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what's the book for good belgian beer recipes
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>>7341716
is it brew like a monk?
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>>7341639
>>7341633
I like kriek
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>>7341633
New Glarus has to do the best sour fruit beers, and they have been doing it since the 90s, way before it was cool
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>>7341762
How is the rosetta? I haven't tried it yet but I like ommegang.
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>>7341773
I think it's good. Pretty sour but not extremely sour. You can still taste afterwards but you might pucker and it is more sour than sweet.

The cherries are extremely strong too in both the smell and the taste.
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Picked one of these up - might be the best stout I've ever had.

Beats out and is cheaper than Brooklyn Black Ops and most Evil Twin bombers.
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>>7341104
Yeah, gotta love their Struis. But lately I've also been drinking a lot from De Leckere, also good stuff, especially Zakkendrager.
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>>7341372
Anchor Steam is the quintessential example. You should be able to find that one in most places.
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Best part of the day is coming home after a hard day's work and knocking back a few of these
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>>7342357
zatte, columbus, strius but ijwit is my fave especially on draught but sadly i only drink them when im in amsterdam or if i ship some bottles in at bare price
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ITT: Americans ruining beer
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>>7338651
Tastes like bubblegum
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>>7341207
Good film senpai
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>>7341207
If you wanna go to Belgium, go to West-Vlaanderen. That's where the real Belgians and their local products are...don't go to Brussel...
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>>7342746
Looks interesting. I've never seen this before but would try it.
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>>7341639
It just occurred to me that in distant alien civilizations, it's entirely possible that the microbial life necessary for alcohol production might not have evolved. These aliens might only discover alcohol through advanced chemical research, and even then, they might not even consider making a space wheat beverage out of it.

Imagine, a world with no beer.
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Buy Nugget Nectar if you see it. It was brewed like one week ago. It's incredible.
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>>7342926
Christ man... that's heavy.
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>>7342974
Naa.
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>>7342983
fag
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>>7342987
No you
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>>7342974
More like 3 or 4 weeks ago. Drink it soon.
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Currently on a Pandora from Brouwerij Maximus. Gotta admit, their High Hops and Brutus are better.
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>>7339070
>clear bottle
I guess that's what the fancy box is for.
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>>7343345
I still wouldn't buy it. Any company still using clear bottles isn't trustworthy
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>>7343345
I dont think Scotland suffers from excessive sun, but its now in brown bottles, they only distributed those clear bottles when they first opened.
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bought a dozen of these for £2 each at Tesco, couldnt pass up the opportunity.
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>>7342974
dude weed lol
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>>7342974
>It was brewed like one week ago.
Then it wouldn't be drinkable right now.
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Estrella Inedit, wheat beer, had a voucher for a off-licence near me so spent it on this stuff, tastes great but at £5 a bottle its a bit too pricey for normal drinking
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Too alcoholic, but still very satisfying Belgian IPA.

8/10
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>>7343734
I actually really like that beer. I had it first when I was just starting to drink and it was shit, but 2 years later I loved it
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>tfw from milwaukee
>tfw can drink PBR without being a hipster
based
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>>7344050
>drinking PBR when there are hundreds of great breweries around you
Come on
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>>7337455

I hate that stuff. It tastes like it wishes it tasted like a Belgian. Like there's imitation Belgian beer flavored hfcs in it.
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pretending i live in america

>>7338668
i got this in tescos, really can't get into these kinds of english ales though. too much liquoricey flavours for me. i guess i need to find a gateway between ipa's and darker stuff.
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Two cans of Pabst blue ribbon!
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>>7344232
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snhiofL2Rh4
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>>7344236
It's daddy you shithead, where's my bourbon?
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>>7344228
SN Pale Ale is a good one. Nice, grainy finish, not retarded hoppy
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These go down dangerously smooth
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>>7344216
I find that in all their brews. Same with leinenkugels. The leinenkugels doppelbock is okay though
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>>7344236
I'LL FUCK ANYTHING THAT MOVES
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>>7344228
>i guess i need to find a gateway between ipa's and darker stuff.

or maybe you don't
some beers just taste bad, no matter how much memesters will try to convince people otherwise
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>>7344200
i dont live in milwaukee anymore..........
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>>7339129
but they're only like 7 dollars where I live. I'm sure they import it, don't they?
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>>7343441
Their christmas beer was pretty good and cheap ( at least here).
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Got a 6 pack of these the other day and I have been really enjoying them. Waiting for Nite Time to come back in season
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I've got a glass of the god-tier doppelbock tonight. It's unlike any beer I've had before but I like it. It feels thick and has a unique aftertaste.
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>>7344555
the bottles offer no description of the beer at all, is this basically another Sucks/Brown Shugga? I passed on it and assumed it would taste just like them.
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>>7344584
I feel like that is common with Lagunitas
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>>7344596
It's obnoxious. I enjoy their beer but it's overrated and I'm astounded by how Sucks has near perfect ratings on review sites.

Would it kill them to label bottles with the style beer that's inside? Just call the IPA's IPA's and call Sucks a barleywine for fuck's sake.
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>>7344584
Its like brown shugga but without the shugga. Honestly most Lagunitas beers taste awfully similar
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>>7337741

Fuck that. I enjoy trying lots of new and different brews but my pleb friend always sticks with boston lager. it has basically no taste. There are many many finer lagers to choose from
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>>7341570
that's a flanders red familia
little too vinaigrette for my taste but still not bad
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Drinking this right now. Great local option. Great deal too. Six 16 oz cans for $11.

>>7344555
I'm waiting for Born Yesterday to be honest. That was a great beer.
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Doing this by yourself not recommended
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Drinking this now. Really solid coffee stout, glad I took a risk with buying a sixer. I swear I'll do proper glassware for the other five! :^)
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>>7345531
more like memeperial stout
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>>7344419
...sad day
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>>7345553
Wow, wasn't this just announced a few days ago?
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>millennials think people under the age of 35 can be alcoholics.
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>>7346136
They released their release calendar for this year, last year, so it has been announced for a while now. Their new Red IPA brewed with that new malt "red x" is out too. Both are very good. Old Guardian brewed with Pekko hops should be out now/soon as well.

Between those, and all the different colabs they do, all of the constant Stochasticity and Enjoy By variants stone is just taking all my money this year.
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Drinking this Imperial Stout
Good stuff, like drinking rye bread.
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Started the night with something bigger for once. Very nice kick in this one!
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>>7346821
Oatmeal in hoppy beers is great. It makes them even more drinkable if done right. Wasn't lagunitas equinox an oat pale ale?
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>>7346410
>like drinking rye bread
only it isn't.
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>>7346843
Indeed it was. It adds to the body of the beer. Smoothness.
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Probably the best commercial Pale ale i have ever had! Reminds me alot of a homebrew one i made last summer that i tried to replicate but it still seems to elude me.

So insanely refreshing for a pale, like juice really!
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Started the evening off with this. Sounds fedora/meme level, but actually tasted pretty decent. Not as hoppy as an IPA, but not as creamy as a stout. Not sure the wheat added anything tho.
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>>7346901
And now I'm drinking this. Haven't had much Spanish beer outside of Estrella. Decent enough lager, nothing special.
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>>7342295
speedway is my favorite widely available stout. variants are killer too... $11.99 at whole foods = win
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>>7346901
Siren does some really nice stuff! Not a big fan of dark IPAs but sometimes they are not bad at all.

I had a couple different session beers in the fridge so i took them on.

This might have been the worst Ballast Point beer i have had, just unbalanced and needlessly bitter!
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>>7340519
Yeah. I usually try to shoot a picture of beers I didn't try before.
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>>7344672
This is what ale faggots believe

A vienna lager is one of the tastiest lagers out there

You've destroyed your taste buds with lupulin faggot
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Another decent and surprisingly fruity Baltic Porter from Poland.

8/10
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>>7344310
Sn Pale Ale is the best american pale for sure
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Alright vienna lager. Nothing special though!
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>>7347331
>that color
>Vienna Lager
wat
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>>7347335
Had the same thought, taste just brings my mind to both the Sam adams boston lager and Brooklyns lager. Must be some sort of composition of hops that lends this taste to some point!
I once brewed a Vienna lager with half vienna malts that turned out quite pale as well!
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Got some trusty Troeg from my local beer store that rarely has it in stock. Gonna be a good night.
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>>7347352
So hard to find good doppelbocks that are not german!

Had another session IPA, was alright!
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>>7347383
Good US german beers are always so limited in distribution, the only good nationwide german beer that isn't a light lager, or a bock, is Sierra Nevada Kellarweisse.
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>>7346901
>crammed with 7 different "ultra" hops
>such amaze wow alpha acid

I hate this
Why don't they just admit they had a shitload of hops they needed to use before they went bad?
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>>7347657
my only beef is with the use of "ultra"
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>>7347657
I seriously doubt that's what they were doing
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>>7347717
There's literally no other reason for using 7 different hop varieties in one beer
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>>7347032
I haven't had the Even Keel, but the Sculpin and Grapefruit Sculpin are god tier. Most session IPAs don't do much for me though.
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>>7347739
Sure there is. Marketing to the "my beer is hoppier than your beer" crowd. There are some people who will read the label, see the "7 different kinds of hops" comment, get interested and then buy it.
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>>7345531
1 22oz bottle of 12.7% beer is not recommended? so like 4 12 oz 6% beers would also not be recommended?
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>>7347739
Use up a bunch of extra hops from other brews.
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>>7347383
Troeg is just so good the more you drink it.
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What are you drinking tonight, /ck/?

Pic related, I just got back from a Troegg's Tap Takeover
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>>7347927
Cool stuff, anon. I'm drinking the 21st Amendment pumpkin baltic porter He Said because it was on clearance. It is ok and unique but not one of the best pumpkin beers . Still trying to decide on a nicer beer to drink later tonight. I've got a bunch of bombers and it makes it hard to choose something.
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gonna buy some beer tonight. whats some good beer to get? im looking for something pretty flavorful, not too fruity. maybe an APA or IPA would do the trick.
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>>7347927
What can I say, I like hops. Definitely can't drink it all night though, I think I'll open up a bottle of Founder's Breakfast Stout to go with dinner.
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Villager from Fort Point. S.F. Bay area fags go get. Pic related.
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>>7347953
This is >>7347927 ,

You might want to try nugget nectar, if you haven't. It's a good mix of hoppy with a nice bit of a grapefruit backbone. I went to the takeover specifically because it was on draft.

Beyond that, my recommendations would be regionally specific.
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>>7347962
their westfalia shit was so bad fuc kthat brewery
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>>7347032
>unbalanced and needlessly bitter
Sounds like everything a session shouldn't be.
Fathom is kinda meh as well.
The rest are great though.
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[not my pic]
Finishing off a bottle of this that I opened 3 days ago. Flat as fuck but still tasty.
The person I opened it up for thought it was too sour/weird. lol.
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>>7347949
I just end up hoarding my bombers and 750mL bottles. Pic related, have had this in my fridge for like 6 months waiting for the right occasion. I always pussy out about drinking 750ml of 12% beer after a couple earlier in the night too
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>>7347999
4chan is hard
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Drinking alone surrounded by normies
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>>7348028
That beer sure isn't a normie beer

>>7347999
Yeah they are a commitment.
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>>7347963

Thanks for the rec but I actually had nugget nectar last week, kinda looking to branch out

I do live in PA, which I know Troegs is from
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Should I drink it?
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>>7348061
>PA
Weyerbacher Insanity
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>>7348061
What kinda beer do you like? Victory's in the state, so they have a pretty nice range.
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>>7348057

It was tasty. I went to take a piss and some lady opened the door on me. When I reacted her response was "do you love me?"

She seemed pretty drunk so I'm not sure if she was coming onto me or just retarded.

Anyway got this one now...
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>>7348071
No. Collector beers never get drunk. I have a couple 16 oz KISS beers in my cupboard
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>>7348071
Either that's a small can or you have colossal hands
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>>7348117
Very interesting. Are you at some bar with a nice bottle selection?
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>>7348123
I drank a few of them when I bought it, it tastes horrible.

>>7348138
the can is pretty normal size, about the same as a coke can. I'm not sure why my hands look enormous in that picture, must have been the camera angle or something. My hands size is in proportion to the rest of my body.
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>>7348117

They have over 200 beer bottles from all over. Any suggestions? They might have it. In Michigan so anything local to that would have a better chance.
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I'm drinking this "100% brettanomyces fermented wild ale". I figure it'll help me really understand what the "brett" flavor is.
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Drinking some more of this, probably becoming my go to beer
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Decided to try something new tonight and bought a pack of sierra nevada torpedo. and i'm not disappointed, this shit is great.
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>>7347032
They have a mango version of this that's better
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Just read the OP and concerned about something.is 2 beers in 30 minutes really that much? shit im usually on my second beer within 5-10 minutes. does that make me an alcoholic?
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>>7348265
They are rolling out all sorts of flavors of all their beers since the buyout
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>>7348267
Depends on the potency of your beer, how many nights a week you drink, and how many you're drinking in a night.

If you're pounding back a couple weak beers on the occasional night quickly, nobody cares. If you're knocking back a couple of mid-strong beers a night as a precursor to a night of other drinking, yeah, you should be fucking worried.
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>>7348267
if you are drinking a light beer then thats normal enough. If you are drinking a legitimate beer, its pretty fast, not absurdly fast though
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>>7348254
>tfw have to wait 8.5 months to try brett flavor
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>>7348285

whats considered a strong beer? above 6%
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>>7348257
How does this compare to Zombie Dust? I keep seeing it in the liquor store and think it looks interesting.
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>>7348264
I was really surprised with the torpedo when I tried it, really quite good. Sierra Nevada's standard PA isn't bad by any stretch of the imagination but Torpedo is very impressive for a larger brewery.
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>>7348308
<5.5 is light, 5.5-7.5 is average, 7.5-9 is high, 9-15 is really high, >15 is pretty tough to even make
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>>7348312
I'd say a little better than Zombie Dust, pretty similar in style
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Double Jack comes in four-packs now so I'm nursing one of these. Two Hearted Ale also comes in 12-packs now so I'll have one of those next. All in all an excellent Friday night.
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>>7348312
You should try this one too
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Has anyone here actually tried sam adams utopia? apparently it costs hundreds of dollars to buy. is it really that good?
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>>7348302
Haha. I didn't know there was an Enjoy After but that's a neat idea. It's cute but I wouldn't regularly buy a beer that they expect me to wait a year before drinking.

I've had a brett saison before but I don't think the brett had a big influence.
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>>7348341
I haven't had it but it uses super expensive ingredients so it has SOME justification for the price.
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>>7347352
>Troegenator
Oh yes, that shit is boss.

Enjoying another Pennsylvania beer myself at the moment.
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>>7348432
It's also about 6x the strength of your average beer.
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>>7348433
Fuck yes. I love Insanity and it is underrated.
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Had smuttynose finest kind ipa for the first time the other day. Loved it. It was like the descender ipa from good life brewing but with more flavor. One can got me happily buzzed.
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Bought a can of Bell's Hopslam at work today.

Better than last years, but 2014 was better.

Other than that I've got the last of my Lagunitas Brown Shugga.
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beautiful
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>>7348257
nice buttplug
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>>7348724
got it from google images
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>>7344582

I've had that before. I thought it had a nice sorta liquorice taste to it. Would drink again. Great taste.
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I'm going to be in the Eugene-Springfield Oregon area in a little bit for a trip, what's the best beer in the area?
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who /pedialyte/ here?
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Pleasantly surprised, thought it would be way too sweet.
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i love belgian ales and american micro breweries ^o^
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>>7339129
but I have anon
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beer is literally up there with bacon on the meme scale

enjoy pretending you really enjoy your piss water
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>>7349311
>meme scale
>pretending you really enjoy
dude take your autism pills
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Sunk a couple of tall cans of Torpedo before supper as well as a stubbie of shit macro lager.
Feeling it now, wew
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>>7349379

technically sierra nevada is macro
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>>7341104
Any other good breweries in Amsterdam?
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I can't drink because I have an overacting bladder and I'll piss myself
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>>7348157
You must have a hanger
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>>7349645
That's why I stay in one place when I drink
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>>7349645
If you drink alone you can piss yourself to your hearts content
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>>7341762
>>7341762
That's a good fucking beer.
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Had a Founder's Breakfast Stout on the porch on a beautiful day to start my weekend. God it's delicious.
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>>7349853
looks like it's going to be a beautiful fedora day 4u
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Does anyone else always feel really shitty after drinking beer? It doesn't seem to happen with other forms of alcohol.

I dont even know if I can call it a hangover. Its more just like my body feels crummy, its not like my head hurts, its like everything ever so slightly aches.
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>>7349867
my poop gets pretty soft, but thats about it
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>>7349867
try growing some testicles
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>>7349853
You use an IPA glass as your go-to glass? I have most types of glasses but never bought one of these really strange ones.
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evil twin beers are fucking expensive but good as shit
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>>7347955
>stone brewing
my nigga
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>>7349896
Yeah. I had Imperial Biscotti Break recently and I don't think it was worth the high price. It was too sweet to be amazing in my opinion but it was good. I poured some of it on ice cream though and it worked perfectly for that.
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>>7349867
My body just gets tired.
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can someone tell me why hating on IPA is cool right now? sure it became trendy but thats because IPAs taste great
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What beer should I buy in America? I'm going to Florida in a week and am from Ontario. Lots of good beer that I can't get will be available. I know I want to try the Three Philosophers, what good Belgian style beers, ales, ESBs, and Imperial Stouts should I try to get?
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>>7350078
IPA was traditionally shit-tier beer.
Now it's drunk by people who use it as a fashion accessory.
The wheels turns.
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>>7350078
its just a meme
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>>7350080
Jai Alai is supposed to be good. In general I think Cigar City is regarded as the best florida brewery, but they do not sell any up by me
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>>7350087
>IPA was traditionally shit-tier beer.
Thats not true in any sense
>Now it's drunk by people who use it as a fashion accessory
Where do people do this? Is it a California thing? I have never experienced such behavior
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>>7350138
It likely that you are one of them, todd.
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>>7350147
How does this work in your mind? You think there are people who just walk around town holding bottles of IPA to look cool?
and Todd? I don't know what thats referencing
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>>7350167
If you think IPA's aren't fashion accessories then it's your mind that needs to be called into question, Leslie.
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>>7350173
Where do you live that this is a problem for you?
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>>7350182
Real life, Ralph.
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>>7350173
Thanks, steven
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>>7349891
It's not an IPA glass, it's a stout glass. It's my go-to for stouts and porters.

My go-to is a tulip glass, or whatever's clean, otherwise, unless it's a heffeweizen.
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>>7349867
Yeah, beer makes me want to nap. Hard alcohol doesn't. It's weird. I thought I was alone.
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>>7350078
Because a lot of people don't like IPAs, and yet it's all you can fucking find a lot of times if you don't want macro. It's obnoxious.

That said, I'm not one who minds people drinking what they like. Whatever, have at. It's just an inconvenience to me, but I'm not the center of the universe.

But, that's why people hate them.
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>>7350080
Florida has two of the best wide-distribution breweries in the country in Cigar City and Funky Buddha. In both cases, almost everything they make is a god-tier version of the style.

If you're looking for ESBs and Imperial Stouts, also look for Left Hand stuff. Not Florida, but not sure if it's available in Canada. Wake Up Dead is a wonderful imperial, Milk Stout is the best (widely available) form of the style, and Sawtooth is a great ESB.

And Three Philosophers is my favorite quad -- on either side of the Atlantic -- and maybe my favorite beer period.
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>>7350248
>and yet it's all you can fucking find a lot of times
When is it ever all you can find? Where do you live that this is an issue?
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>>7350279
I'll never understand this either. I think the only time I see bars with too many ipas is in the summer, but even then they usually have a good amount of wheats or pilsners on tap with them
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>>7350080
Expanding on Florida breweries.

>Cigar City
Jai Alai is a very fruity, and less floral/piney take on an IPA, and easily my favorite in the style. But I'm not an IPA drinker, so that might be irrelevant.

Maduro is a great brown, but honestly feels more like a thin porter than a classic brown. Which is great, just doesn't seem like the right fit.

Hannahpu is an imperial stout with a cult following.

Puppy's Breath is a god tier porter.

Probably can't find it this time of year, but Good Gourd is an imperial pumpkin ale, and easily my favorite pumpkin beer.

I have not yet had Florida Cracker, which is a witbier, but I assume it's great.

Tacobaga is a really popular red. It's too hoppy for me, but that seems to be the way the style is headed.

Continued in another post. . .
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>>7350279

The only place I can think where this could be an issue is the West Coast. Washington, Oregon and California love their IPAs.
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>>7350080
>Funky Buddha
I don't do IPAs, but Hop Gun is supposed to be good.

I have not yet had their maple bacon porter, as it scares me, but it's got a huge following.

Crusher is an IPA that I've had, but don't find particularly different from any not-objectively-awful IPA.

Floridian Heffeweizen is well regarded. It lacks a lot of the spice notes of my favorite heffes, and is kind of thin in body for my tastes. It's still very good, and that's by design; it's meant to be perfect on a hot Florida day, and it is. But it's not what I look for in a heffeweizen typically. I guess I would say it does a great job of accomplishing what it sets out to do.

You said you want an imperial stout, and they've got one called Nikolai Vorluf. I haven't had it yet, but I want to. It's more of an imperial milk oatmeal stout, which I have to experience. I see it all over the place but it's super pricey.

Sweet Potato Casserole is their fall seasonal, but it's still available. Tastes like pie.

They have a porter called OP porter that they call a milk porter, because I guess they want to differentiate it from a milk stout, even though that's what it is. I haven't had it, but they have three really good spins on it.

Nib Smuggler is the porter, but with chocolate malts and actual chocolate, and it's godly. In strong contention as my favorite beer on the planet. Not cheap, but so fucking good and now I want some because I'm typing about it.

Last Snow is then the same thing, but with coconut. I haven't yet had it, but it's widely regarded as one of the best porters in the country.

Then Snowed In is the imperial version of that, with chocolate notes, and it's fucking divine.
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>>7350080
And if it's not apparent from the description, Funky Buddha is good at doing weird and unique, and Cigar City is good at perfecting standard recipes.
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>>7350279
I divide my time among Washington, Florida, and California. Shelves and taps being absolutely dominated by IPAs is outrageously typical.
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>>7350351
I can't recall ever seeing a place were over half the craft beer is IPA, but I am from the north
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what's the best cheap pleb beer to drink at parties etc?

what does /beer/ think of this?
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>>7350366
>at least I'm not the south
I'm from the north too, most places have over half the craft beer as IPA.
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>>7350366
I was mildly exaggerating when I said no options, but I in all seriousness, I am really hard up to find a bar or a store where pale ales are not soundly in the majority of the available craft options against the rest of the field combined.
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>>7350411
I was comparing to the west coast, not the south
>I'm from the north too, most places have over half the craft beer as IPA.
No they fucking don't, its usually not even close
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>>7350418
Yes they do. I live in Chicago.
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>>7350413
Even in grocery stores? Bars can be variable, but grocery stores rarely stock over 25% of their craft beer as IPA/DIPA, let alone 50%
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>>7350422
stop lying on the internet
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hey what do you think of hobgoblin / wychwood brewery

pic related is my go to beer and i'm on my 3rd pint atm, super smooth stuff
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>>7350423
Correct. They don't have much craft beer, as it is. Even if we include Sam Adams, Rebel IPA is right there with Boston Lager.
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>>7350429
ok you got me I'm actually from Alabama and I'm just posting to embarrass you Yanks in front of the Europeans
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>>7350463
It's not bad, but nothing to write home about.
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>>7350474
>Even if we include Sam Adams, Rebel IPA is right there with Boston Lager.
along with like 6 other kinds of Sam Adams of various styles.
Grocery stores by me typically have a lot of craft beer, usually a lineup of a bunch of local breweries which usually means 1 IPA and ~5 other beers for probably 5-10 local breweries, plus the same for a bunch of regional and national breweries. Most breweries do not sell more IPA than all other styles combined. the variety available at a typical grocery store is huge
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>>7350488
You usually claim to be from the east coast, now you are suddenly from Chicago?
Im in Chicago regularly, and I have never run into a problem where a bar or restaurant mostly just had IPA
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>>7350493
Yeah it's usually one, maybe two ipas per brewery near me. One being permanent, the other being some random ipa they make with different hops or fruit or whatever they feel like doing once the last batch runs dry
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>>7350493
>along with like 6 other kinds of Sam Adams of various styles.

In the variety pack, sure. Individual packs or other Sam varieties other than Rebel are pretty rare, unless it's fall and it's Octoberfest. The variety packs are not enough to tip the scales in Field vs. IPA.

I'd love to have local stuff. Cigar City and Funky Buddha are both barely more than an hour away, but I can't ever find them in a grocery store.
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>>7350506
>Individual packs or other Sam varieties other than Rebel are pretty rare, unless it's fall and it's Octoberfest.
I haven't really taken a look at what is available from Sam Adams recently but I am pretty sure this is wrong. I think they pretty much always have a bunch of seasonals in 6 packs
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>>7350506
>Cigar City and Funky Buddha are both barely more than an hour away, but I can't ever find them in a grocery store.
Sorry dude, that sounds unfortunate
Last time I was in Florida I was amazed by how bad the selection was at most of the stores, but I was in a shitty tourist town and it was like 5 years ago, So I assumed it was better now
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>>7350511
I wasn't pretending to know what's in your own grocery stores. I don't know how you got so confused.
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>>7350497
>that guy who thinks anyone he gets into an argument with is the same person

Prove to me that you are not a bot
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>>7350521
It's astounding how bad the beer selection is. There are tremendous local breweries, but you've got to go off the beaten path to actually buy their stuff.

Fortunately, near where I work, there's one old guy who runs a liquor store where the back corner is a rotating variety of craft beer, and near where I live, there's a bar with 32 rotating craft taps.
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>>7350523
Are you seriously going to suggest there are more than one posters who arbitrarily post the same non-sequitur about not being southern in /ck/ threads
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>>7350537
>what is a meme
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>>7350227
Well ok, I did not know those were seperate things. I generally use a tulip or a snifter for most things and occasionally a pint glass for nitro stuff or those tall glasses for wheat beers.

I go with a snifter for stouts.
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>>7350548
thats definitely not a meme no matter how much you would like it to be
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>>7350552
Then stop repeating it, at least we're not the south guy
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>>7350550
Yeah, the difference between the stout glass and the snifter is probably not worth $10, but I still really, really like using it.
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>>7350279
I live in Pennsylvania and at small bottle shops you can sometimes have trouble finding 6-packs of non-IPA's. I have been to small stores that basically carried macro beer and IPA's with only very very few exceptions. They might have one or two 6-packs of porters/stouts.

There are plenty of big stores that carry everything though and I've never witnessed a bar that only offered IPA's and macros on tap. There's always some other options. The IPA hate is just "stop liking what I don't like".
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>>7350567
Doesn't PA have really fucked up beer retail laws?
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>>7350506
>In the variety pack, sure. Individual packs or other Sam varieties other than Rebel are pretty rare, unless it's fall and it's Octoberfest.
I don't know where you live but I think you're full of shit. Sam Adams makes a huge amount of different beers and only a few are IPA's and those IPA's are fairly new additions to their lineup.
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>>7350571
We have a few weird laws.

Stores that sell 6-packs cannot also sell cases so there are different stores for each, but there is a loophole and I believe they both can sell 12-packs. Only "beer distributors" have cases.

We have generally higher prices by a dollar or two.

From a store that sells 6-packs you can only buy 144oz of beer in a transaction. What people do is buy 2 6-packs, walk to the door and place the beer outside, then go back to the register.
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>>7350112
>>7350262
>>7350296
>>7350316
>>7350350
Thanks guys, I can't wait to try all this stuff.
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>>7350592
I'm well aware they make a huge variety of beers. I'm not sure when I said they didn't. We're talking about what can be found in grocery stores.

That doesn't mean they're available in my grocery store, save for the sampler pack.

The end of the aisle where they have a build-your-own six pack sometimes has something like Porch Rocker or Noble Pils. But it also always has Latitude 48 and Whitewater.

One time they had dopplebock.
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>>7350844
sounds like you just have a shitty store
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>waaah waaah waaah you have too many IPAs on tap
>w-why don't you have my favorite triple chocolate imperial sour stout?
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>>7348254
That is pretty good beer. Avery likes to mix it up
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About to try a new DIPA from Lakefront, I can literally see the brewery out my window so thats cool I guess. They probably decided they had to release a DIPA after how successful and delicious New Glarus's is
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>>7348264
>>7349379
>>7348627
>>7348317

I loved the strong grapefruit sort of taste I got out of this. I'm not sure if it's the best IPA in the world, but it's enjoyable enough.
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>>7351924
pretty good, its kind of like this stuff but not as strong
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