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what's /ck/ drinking now? any beers you've gotten into lately?
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This shit right here my man.
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>>7074809
Miller high life. About 7 pints a night.
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>>7074809
Tried this recently, bretty good
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Currently on an international student exchange, so I don't have a proper glass. This shit was great. Worth the price just for the smell.
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>>7076853
Fucking rotation EXIF data, this photo looked normally on my PC
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Last year's Narwhal, drinking really nice.
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Just finished up some Stone Coffee Milk Stout

Meh, easy drinking but nothing spectacular, pretty average, nothing stood out

7.5/10
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Drinking this stuff. One of the best US pilseners I've had, if not the best. Fairly priced too.
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What does pouring beer in a glass do? I've always drank straight out of the bottle/can cause why dirty up a glass
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fucking delicious
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>>7077115
Lets the smell of the beer come out more and smell is the majority of taste. Plus it looks nice. Some beers are better in the can or bottle though, I think.
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>>7074809
6/10 would drink more
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Currently on a student exchange trip to the Czech Republic for a few months, the birthplace of the modern pilsner. So for the last few weeks I've been trying to taste as many pilsners as possible.

The beer here tastes amazing. The weird thing is, even the very cheap beers still taste good. The beers usually cost about 0.5 euro for half a liter, so its amazing value for money
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>>7077264
Czech beer is my favorite European beer.
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It's Shiner, so it's drinkable, but nothing special.
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>>7077295
You ever have the shinner prickly pear cactus one? One of the all time summer beers ever. I went camping in the Texas heat and I went through like 2 12 packs In a day and half.
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>>7077295
Had that today...As you said its Shiner so its decent. Stopped and grabbed some Rodeo Clown on the way home. Also have a few Real Ale Hans Pils i'm going to finish tonight.
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>>7077306
That beer tastes like artificial shit...No offense but its terrible. I took one sip and poured the bottle down the drain.
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>>7074809
this one's not half bad
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>>7077317
You sound like a dick
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>>7077368
Celebration ale always seems to come and go so quickly. It's sad
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You should all try this
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>>7077425
Yes it is. Such a good ale. I wish it were available year round, but that wouldn't make it a treat for the holidays. May have to go to the local liquor store and see if I can purchase a few cases. Also, I picked up the Miller High Life because I was feeling some day drinking and was tired of Coors Light.
>>7077469
Good stuff. I used to drink that a lot a few years back. Firestone Walker is one of my favorite breweries. Wookey Jack has been my jam lately.
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>>7077469
The only DIPA I buy anymore is Surly Abrasive once a year
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>>7077425
If it really is a fresh hop beer, it only will stay stable in the bottles for a couple of months. Hence why you can only get it for a little while after the fall hop harvest.
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>>7074809

Do I have bad taste if I think this tastes almost like nothing? Its bland. Im trying to get into beers but all the ones Ive tried have been boring. Granted Ive only had the "typical" American ones like busweiser, coors, yuengling, but I heard Boston Lager had quite a good reputation even among beer snobs. But I dont see it.

I had a sip of an IPA once, and it seemed to have a lot more flavor.
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>>7077795
Unless you drinking almost flavorless beer flavored water like light beer I don't see how you could think that and even I could easily tell the difference between light beers. Beer is generally a pretty boring comfort drink. Unless you go for something specifically flavorful like a nice craft beer or whatever else is strongly flavored all over it's not going to be amazing unless you really like said ordinary beer.
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>>7077795
No you're just new to beer and don't pick up on subtle flavors as well as others who have been drinking it for awhile.
Just drink whatever tastes good, brah.
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>Drinking beer
>Not putting hops, water and a splash of vodka in to a blender to create the ultimate hoppy beverage

Seriously, when will muh IPA meme be over?
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>>7077264
Yep, Central Europe has the best cheap beer, and pretty much no top tier beer
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>>7077795
Sam Adams really isn't that great. It's always reminded me of beer-flavored soda and just about everything they put out has the exact same body. They have a special place because they were one of the first microbrews to break into the market. Nowadays they can hardly be called a small brewery and honestly they're kind of mediocre at best.
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>>7077894
Sam Adams is great compared to Bud Light or Budwieser, but yeah, there are an incredible amount of better things readily available in america
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>>7077795
You must be 16

Boston Lager is pretty distinctly different from conventional lagers
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>>7077940
The only people I've seen buy icehouse are angry old alcoholics
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I only drink these anymore
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It's a grapefruit IPA. I can easily and distinctively smell the grapefruit but the IPA taste is overwhelming. I think I don't like IPAs. They're too heavy and thick and all the subtle flavors are very underlying.

Anyone recommend a crisper more flavorful type of beer?
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>>7078688
Arrogant Bastard Ale
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>>7078795
I don't like thick full beers, they're too heavy and acidic.
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I wish I had money to spend on good alcohol ;_;
I'm just stuck with buying the cheapest shit at Aldi.
And I am not gonna get a job because getting a job is what kick-started my alcoholism in the first place.
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>>7078688
Pilsners or helles.
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I'm looking for something similar to this.
Love the kinda licorice flavor it has.
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>>7074809

this
$1 drafts at 2 places near me
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>>7078955
Hamms is the superior dirt cheap beer. 15$ for a 30 pack and it's actually drinkable
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>>7077754
It may not have the same fresh hop taste, but it definitely holds up and actually cellars well. I had a vertical going back to '08 last year and every one was good in its own way.
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>>7078935
yes
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Had this earlier. First cloudwater beer, was really nice. Nice and juicy, as any good American Pale Ale should be.
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8,5/10
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>>7078688
S A I S O N
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>>7078688
IT'S OVER, BALLAST POINT IS FINISHED & BOUGHT OUT
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>>7080110
approved!

Anyone has info on the upcoming Chimay Blue Oak Aged? Nothing on their site...
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>>7078935
Try Old Rasputin. I'd also recommend trying the Yeti variants too, Oatmeal Yeti and Espresso Yeti are very good. If you're in California, the chances are you can maybe get a bottle of Hangar 24 Pugachev's Cobra. It's my favorite stout.
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Has anyone mixed 2 kinds of beer resulting in something that tasted better than both?
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>>7078935
Mott The Lesser, if you can find it near you.
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>>7074809
>on a business trip in west salt lake city with an lds dude
>water pale ale

I guess it's good for helping me cut down, I would be fiending harder if I hadn't made edibles beforehand.

Worst thing is I'm 2 miles away from Uinata brewery but he rented the car and I'm not on the rental.
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>>7080360
It's probably entry level but I mixed Sam Smith's Chocolate Stout with some Banana Bread Beer and it tasted pretty good. I prefer just the chocolate stout on it's own but my girlfriend liked the mixture better.
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>>7080272
No one cares
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>>7080272
Is it so bad? If the quality goes down, then yeah I'll be pissed then but if it stays the same then who cares? Hell, I'd be glad to see more of their on-tap stuff be bottled/canned. That thai chili Wahoo is GOAT.
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>>7080385
I'm with you. When lagunitas got bought out I was happy for them. I get lagunitas stuff in more places now and I haven't noticed any dip in quality yet
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I'm a total beer pleb an the only kind of beer I can enjoy are IPAs
Everything else I've tried either isn't flavorful enough or is too fucking heavy like a loaf of bread
Anything recs for other varieties I might enjoy?
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>>7077306
Favorite shiner.
Loved it in the family pack, and was hyped this past summer when they came out with it as a seasonal.

Not a fan of ruby red bird. Might get some holiday cheer
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Picked up a case this weekend.
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>>7080708
Curious, what's the point of the plastic over?
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>>7080777

Not him, but that's how some 4 and/or 6 packs come nowadays
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>>7080808
oh to replace the turtle killing 6 ring?
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>>7080825
>Click here
I think that's the idea
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>>7080825
That and it's made of recycled stuff and easier to recycle itself
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>>7074809
Left hand milk stout nitro
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am I allowed to enjoy this here
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>>7082667
Sure, but I'm putting it out there that this is one of the worst beers I've ever had, and I'll drink anything
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>>7082681
no way. Bud, Coors Light, Carlsberg are all waaay worse.
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>>7082689
Not even close. Those at least don't taste like much. The heineken I half drank tasted like metal with a little alcohol. Carbonated. It was a misery
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>>7082722
You must have drunk it from a can
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>>7082777
Yep.
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>>7077795
Try their winter ale, it should be in stores now. Its the best adams beer imo.
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Not very exciting but it's bottled conditioned if you like that kind of thing
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>>7083402
Thornbridge Seaforth is the best English style IPA imo

In terms of Fullers ESB BTFOs all their other widely available brews.
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>>7080348
guess not...
(le secret bump)
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Why is IPA considered a "trend"? Or just a dumb fad?

It genuinely does taste great, and are more flavorful than lagers. There's a reason why they took off.
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>>7083731
Ales tend to be more flavorful than lagers anon.

Some people don't like the taste of pine resin, or feel like they're drinking flowers.

Others like my self hate their popularity because at times you can go to your favorite brewery and out of 20 beers 10 will be an ipa or variation of one. So for me I just hate seem so fucking many of them. I just want something different.
That is the reason I started to homebrew.
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Just picked up some crazy mountain (Colorado) "fir needle" with real pine needle in it. Its kinda of life an esb with pine flavor.
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>>7083731
It's a fad because many breweries just try to make their IPA's as hoppy as fucking possible
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>>7083755
i'm sorry, i can't hear your lager wet tears over the sound of living in wonderful american IPA paradise.

all trolling aside, hop cultivation is easier here in certain american climates. The prevalence of IPAs might also be less about fads/trend and more that it's easier for a microbrew to get a bunch of hops for brewing.
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>>7083809
It's not like breweries just see hops are cheap and decide to put extra in to get an IPA. Europe isn't not producing IPA because they can't afford the hops.

I think that the real reason for the popularity of IPA's is the horrible state of lager in the US. Microbreweries want to distinguish their beers from American adjunct lager and an easy way to do that is by brewing a style as different from it as possible. Also, making a good lager takes more work because any mistakes in brewing are obvious compared to ales.

American microbreweries can also be more adventurous than small breweries throughout Europe because of the respective markets. The breweries in Europe are old and people have expectations of what they are going to get. Most people there just want a well made pilsner. The US microbreweries are not established and a lot of the consumers are hoping to go out and find the newest best beer of the week.
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>>7083777
Colorado has some really great breweries, but Crazy Mountain isn't one of them. Every single beer I've had from them had a watery off taste, like the water from canned vegetables. Or canned pine needles in this case.
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>>7077795
Sam Adams is OK but isn't that good. It's what you order when you want a beer with dinner and its the only real beer on tap. I like it.
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>>7078688
You'll love kolsch style ales or pilsners
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>>7084232
You said kolsch, but we know you meant alt.
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>>7078684
Hey Pinkie...
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>>7078684
bro that shit made me sick. And I regularly drink Taaka.
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Indulging in one of these at the moment, pretty good desu. Really dry finish though
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>>7080825
I always thought it was to keep dirt and stuff of the tops of the cans since people are gonna put their mouth there.
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>>7074809
im drinking whatever the fuck im drinking. it aint none of your goddamn business
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>>7074809
Lagunitas brown shugga. All day every day from the Chicago brewery. So sweet. So tasty.
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>>7077149

which beers are better in the bottle?
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Had this yesterday. Aged in LAWS barrels. It was bomb. 8/10. $8.99 retail, would buy again.
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Pretty good, and it's getting better with every glass. I think it's the flavor and not the alcohol content, though.
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>>7087948
I didn't like this one when I tried it, but it might have been because I was very hungover. I'll give it another try and it'll probably be better now that I know someone really likes it
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>>7087983
I have a couple personal preferences but a good example is Heady Topper
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>>7088048
that one is really good. maybe not worth $20
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>>7082667
no
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>>7080443
try sours
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drinking alpine nelson tonight. really taste like rye. it's very good but too expensive
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Pretty disappointed in it to be honest.
Glad there was only 3 of them in the 12 pack.
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>>7088600
This is the beer thread. Not the faggy girl drink thread. Now get the fuck outta here you frail piece of shit. Fuck you.
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>>7088783
Cider is good, brah. I'll only drink local stuff though.
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>>7089274
Put down the bottle. You don't need that. We need each other
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>>7089274
What the fuck
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American beer? Is there such a thing? I thought this was a legend.
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>>7089274
Whilst you are a colossal anus, I must agree that IPA is for plebs.
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>>7088783
pls dont
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Sup /ck/
Does anyone know good beers someone woth celiac disease might enjoy?
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Nice enough German Pils.
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>>7089781
Cider
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>>7089781
I've tried New Grist and it's okay. I've bought my gf (who has celiac) a bottle of St. Peter's from the UK, but she never ended up trying it. Some beers like Corona fall under the 20ppm limit, but are made from barley so can't be technically called gluten free. Some gluten free beers like Omission are made from barley, but have had the gluten removed through some process. It's up to you if you want to risk it.
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Very hoppy black ipa. Still get some of the dark malts so i like it!
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Had this one yesterday, I think I like it even more than Gulden Draak, which has been my favorite for several weeks.
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>>7090380
And this one today. Not bad, but nothing too special.
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I drink too much.
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>>7090131
mind if I ask the price?
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>>7077108
Damn I'm jealous. I miss Schell's so much.
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>>7090131
>tfw used to work for mikkeller
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This is literally the first beer I ever had when I turned 21 (excepting the Heinekens and Hoegardens I sipped at my parents' parties as an underagedb&, since I hated the taste at the time). Figured it was time to revisit it and see what I think, now that I can handle the intensity.

7/10 tastes like someone poured a barleywine into a bowl of Raisin Bran instead of milk, pretty damn decent.
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Pic related all day errrday
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>>7091464
Tastes like shit but to be honest I cannot really explain why. I just prefer Bud, I guess.
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I'm drinking a 40oz of malt liquor right now. I've got a problem.
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the liquor store near me lets you build your own sick-packs, so I can get six new flavors without having to devote myself to a full six-pack.

First up is "Our Special Ale 2015" from Anchor. Both the nose and the taste are very spice-heavy, and the dominant flavor seems to be a minty gingerbread.
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>>7074809

stopped drinking S.A. since this douchebag showed up in their ads

yah blew it Madison Avenue
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>>7092660
Next is Innis & Gunn "rare" oak-aged pale. I expected to hate this since I'm not a fan of whiskey, or anything oak-aged in general, but it seems to work really well with beer (especially Rodenbach). The bitterness of oak helps to mellow out the malt-heavy sweetness. It didn't blow me away but I could drink this again.
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>>7092674
This is the one I had yesterday. The habanero pepper drowns out all the subtlety and complexity of the underlying beer flavors, but that's okay, really. The heat was at a perfect level; it was sharp, but the finish was short, so it wouldn't make you sweat too badly.

I will definitely pick up more of this in the future.
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>>7090844
Got stuff to share?
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This was decent enough, but not as good as other Tiny Rebel stuff. Had a slightly odd/chalky aftertaste, wasn't a fan of that bit.
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Having this right now.
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>>7080348
I wonder if you can buy a barrel like those.
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>>7092679
I'm back from work, so it's time to start drinking again :^)

next up is Yard's "Jefferson tavern ale," whose label boasts both honey and rye flavors.

This is my favorite of the bunch so far. It tastes like one of those honey-wheat pretzel sticks you can buy in any cheap supermarket. There's a drying aftertaste, so none of the malts or added flavors feel cloying.
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Speaking of Sam Adams, this beer is fantastic!
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Listbro here. Finally finished it so now I can go back to drinking actual good beers. This is an IPA that the bar collabed with a brewery and made. Very citrus-y and pretty good. Proceeds go to one of the bar employee's kids who has leukemia :(

Also today is my birthday. 27 big ones...
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>>7093560
>Listbro
explain
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>>7093563

Used to post in these beer threads a lot and the bar I go to has a list of all ~200 of their bottles and drafts. I chronicled my journey and posted pics of all the bottles I was checking off the list. Now that I'm done I get my name on the wall and a personalized mug. Spent a lot of money here but I like it. Haven't really posted much since I finished the list a bit ago.
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>>7093577
Oh, cool. My bar has a list like that too, but 80% of it is IPAs so I would get bored fast.

Which ones did you end up really liking, and wouldn't have tried otherwise?
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>>7078650
We used to drink it when I was in the Corps, but only because it was cheep. We were angry young alcoholics.
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>>7093515
This one's great if you like sours, but don't believe them when they says the sour flavor "suggests rather than announcing." There's nothing subtle about it, even if it's milder than, say, Festina Peche.

I like sours though so of course this is damn fine to me.
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>>7093587

Well I wasn't a huge fan of IPAs before but I really like them now after having to drink so many. Also probably never would have ordered any of the Belgian lambic/fruit beers that are actually pretty tasty.
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>>7093602
And as the grand finale, a fruit beer.

The many online reviewers aren't kidding when they call this a "blueberry muffin in a glass." What starts as a very bland pale-ale gives way to the most subtle and teasing of fruit flavors I've perhaps ever tasted in a beer. This is nothing like Rubaeus, which overloads one's senses with raspberry.

Overall while I didn't hate any of the beers in this 6-pack, the ones I want to buy again are the Habanero Sculpin, the Jefferson Tavern Ale, and the Telltale Tart.
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>>7093614
I have to be in the mood for them desu. Now that it's getting colder, citrus flavors are becoming less complimentary.

Any brands that really stand out in your opinion? I finally got around to trying some Stone IPAs after I saw them in a documentary, and they're a lot better than the Lagunitas beers I typically frequented for my hophead fix.
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This one is ok...

Definitely had much better sours

>>7093621

Well I'm from Michigan and we have a surplus of breweries. Everyone knows founders and bells but Saugatuck has some great offerings, including my favorite, the Neopolitan Milk Stout, which this place has on nitro. So good. Also found I like a lot of beers from Deschutes, namely the Fresh Squeezed IPA.
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>>7092679
Had this and I felt the habanero taste just killed the buzz and made it impossible to drink, not for me even though I like spicy
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Going to buy some beer tonight.

What should I get? Im in the mood for something kinda flavorful, so Im thinking an IPA or something. I also dont like fruity/citrusy beers or chocolate ones. Just pretty tasty great beers. I live in PA if that makes any difference
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>>7093532
They can make really good stuff, but most beer fags overlook them
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>>7093660
Yuingling like the philly scum you are
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>>7074809
>any beers you've gotten into lately?

Sam Adams because I want to be a total douche bag
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>>7074809
Grolsch Herfstbok is the best beer of the season over here in NL desu. Love it.
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Distorter Porter from Greenbush

Meh
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Are there any adjunct-free macro American lagers?
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>>7090386
Today's beer. Very dark and opaque, coffee flavors, not a fan.
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Went to Tall Boys in Leeds. Couldn't take much back but picked up a Brouwerij de Molen Rasputin imperial stout, Clown Shoes Blaecorn Unidragon imperial stout, and their own exclusive Northern Monk collab IPA

A Belgian customer from where I work made good on his promise and was able to sort us out for a few bottles of Grand Cru Rodenbach, so picked up one of those today
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>>7093821
>Are there any adjunct-free macro American lagers?
Sam Adams
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>>7093951
SLEEP TIGHT IPA
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nothing special tonight. this is my go to
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>>7093993
>Lagunitas IPA
I see you were duped into the IPA fad.
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I filled up my growler with Mac and Jack's African Amber. Brettyguud beer.
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>>7094007
u r one edgy nonconformist m8
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>>7093980
Anything that doesn't require shit taste?
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>>7094290
nope
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Dark Horse - Boffo Brown

Bonus pups in the background
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>>7093649
Just drank the same thing and felt the same way.

This renegade doesn't have a lot of depth but it's a solid beer. Would drink again.
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holy fuck im drunk. i had boston lager and GREAT LAKES IPA holy shit it was good. but damn im good drunkt too function, i love you guys
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Just discovered red ale

Holy shit why isnt this more popular? Amazing taste, hoppy but not too much and pours beautifully.
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Such a refreshing and fruity drink. Sugar could have been toned down a little bit though.
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>>7095300
Burde du være på 4chan i timen?
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>>7095300
Somersby is pure arse, it's like diabeetus juice.
Student cider du jour in my locale despite all but a few seem to complain over how awful it is (can't beat those bargain basement prices I suppose)
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I love this beer so much, along with another, Paulaner.

German beer is brewed by God's.
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>>7095914
>Freezing your glass
Why not just drink a water if you hate beer so much?
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>>7095300
>Apple flavoured cider

I don't know how it is with products from other countries, but I wouldn't trust an American cider that labeled itself like that
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How does one go about getting special/seasonal beers, is it a list you sign up on like a year earlier with the amount you want, or something?
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Got a whole 12 of these after I got a taste from a variety pack.

I think I posted the variety pack previously ITT, but a mod banned me and deleted all my posts.
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Used to prefer this stuff
But Now I think I should've gone with lech
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Drinking this tonight. Not the best, but its cheap, and decent strength.
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>>7074809
I'm into boulevard, they've got a nice assortment, good seasonals and are the best craftish beer I have easy access to in my area
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>>7096002
>hate

Be gone you pleb. But it is really good room temp but the mug isn't really frozen it just looks like that from being taken out of the freezer.
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>>7096288
Where do you live?
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>>7096002
>not understanding that since the advent of refrigeration, many beers have been brewed specifically to taste better cold
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>>7096289

I think they're still technically craft brewers, just the 7th or something largest one. I'm a fan of their wheats.
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An American here interested in trying out some "real ale". Any idea what to get?
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>>7096296
no beer is designed to taste best near freezing

You really only want this with near flavorless lagers as it depresses the terrible carbonated water flavor that takes over as it warms

But these aren't designed to taste good cold, they are just designed to be as cheap to produce as possible and as a result do not taste particularly good
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>>7096312
is that GRRM?
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>>7096312
Why do english people have such low ABV beer?
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>>7096294
England.

A 330ml bottle costs me less than £1.
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>>7096322
Pub culture.

I think ts a very British thing to go to the pub and drink pint after pint of beer all night. A lot of middle aged men will drink 6-8 pints whilst socialising, but not want to get wasted and make a fool of themselves, and still get up for work the next day.

>>7096312
What do you have available?
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>>7096338

Honestly, I don't know. I was thinking of asking people here for suggestions and then seeing if I could import it online. But perhaps I should do more research first.
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>>7096330
Expensive
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>>7096312
wtf are you taking about "real ale."

where do you live?
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>>7077264
Welcome to European standards.
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>>7096351
I have a bit of experience with real ale. I grew up in a pub, worked in a lot of pubs, managed a few, done a little consulting work for a few, although mostly about food.

Some real ale brands are national. You will find them in pubs and supermarkets up and down the UK. And then there tends to be semi-local breweries, although they are available across the UK, typically stocked in pubs local to where they are made since they dont produce the volume to sell all over the country and it also becomes more expensive due to transportation costs.

So when it comes to suggestions, a lot of people will probably be able to tell you about the larger breweries, and then have ale local to them that others dont know so much about.
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>>7096373

Like I said, American. As for "real ale", the definition I've seen is pasteurized UK ale with active yeast, secondary fermentation and no extra carbonation on the tap.

>>7096392

Ah, okay. Thanks very much.
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Champion is literally one of the only good things about living in this piece of shit town.
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>>7096387
Europe has less shitty cheap beer, but good beer is very tough to find
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>>7096397
Id also add, the bottled version of a real ale can be quite different to the tap version. Personally I find the tap verson to be much better.

Something to get you started that may be available to you is Fullers London Pride. I normally drink from local breweries if I can, whereas this is available all over. However, its a pretty decent beer
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>>7096397
Obviously you're from America you dickhead. The US is a pretty big place, so you need to be more specific if you actually want help.
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>>7096367
You think thats expensive for a 7.5%abv beer?
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>>7096427

Yes, you're right, sorry. I'm in Oregon, in the Eugene area.

>>7096423

I'll keep that in mind, then. Thanks a lot.
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>>7096433
beer is much more expensive in britain than america. There are plenty of great American beers in the 6-8%ABV range that sell for about $8 per six pack of 355ml bottles
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>>7096413
If everything is great, nothing is great.
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>>7096458
A big reason American makes almost all of the worlds best beer now is how shitty all the macro beer is. When your beer is merely pretty bad like in non-belgium europe, that incentive to create new better things just wasn't as strong as it was in america at the peak of consolidation in the 80s
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>>7096433
Yeah. Bought a 12-pack of >>7096211
which is 8.5% for about $16.

It's a really good beer, too.
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My head hurts from drinking too much last night. Is it that bad to have 1-2 beers tonight?
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>>7096474
no, one or two beers is almost always a healthy amount to drink. In fact averaging 1-2 beers a day has been shown to be better for you than abstaining from alcohol
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I literally haven't purchased any other beer in 8 months.
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>>7096473
I think I paid around £0.80 for a single bottle. Pretty reasonable imo.

When buying decent beer/ale, most supermarkets offer 3 for £5, but they are normally 500ml bottles. Craft beer starts at about £2 for a 330ml bottle.
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I like celebrator. Its got a nice flavor profile. You get flavors like raisins, caramel, and tobacco in it. I think its a great dopplebock.
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>>7096477

Even after drinking a shitload the night before? So the body doesn't need time to "cool off" from heavy drinking?

I really hope that's the case. Last night I tried some new beer, it tasted great and flavorful but I didn't know it was 9% so I got drunk as hell and my head ached like crazy when I woke and still does
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>>7096496
>I think I paid around £0.80 for a single bottle. Pretty reasonable imo.

Fair enough, that's not bad. £1 = $1.50 USD, for what it's worth.
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>>7096472
Yeah, keep telling yourself that.
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>>7096524
What part of my post are you even contesting? You are gonna have to be less ambiguous, I don't even think anything I said could really be considered controversial
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>>7096524
>American makes almost all of the worlds best beer now
I'm just guessing that this is what he was referring to, and I don't disagree with him. I do agree with you that the shitty macrobeers have led to all the experimentation in American brewing today though.
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>>7096542
>I'm just guessing that this is what he was referring to, and I don't disagree with him
I just don't see how anyone could disagree with this in 2015 unless the only american beer they have tried is Bud
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>>7096501

Yeah, that one is pretty cool. I tasted this interesting sweet liquorice as an after taste. Would drink again.
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Modelo

>it' shit

Add some lime, fαm

>it's less shit
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>>7096571
Negra Modelo is usually the best choice at mexican restaurants (which typically have amazingly bad beer selections)
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>>7096579
I usually get Pacifico when I get Mexican food.
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>>7096554
Do anyone other than Americans say its the best?

I've not been hunting for it that hard, but I do keep a look out, and I hardly see any American craft beer in the UK which is a shame. Craft beer is starting to take off here, and I would have thought it would be more common to find American beer by now. Perhaps im not searching hard enough though. I guess im not missing out too much since I dont like really like IPA, but I do enjoy porter/stout and some of the American versions look great.
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>>7096590
>Do anyone other than Americans say its the best?
Yes, pretty much everyone who has tried a lot of the best beer around europe and america does regardless of the person's country of origin

Most of america's best brewers do not export though, so a lot of europeans have only been exposed to the multinational companies selling fake american beer like Budweiser (actually sold by a belgian company)

When I was in London back in the spring, I saw some american brews popping up, but I tried to drink just local stuff so I wasn't paying much attention to which american ones were available. I know I saw Founders there, definitely check out their Breakfast Stout if you see it
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>>7096606
don't bother arguing with Euros about beer.
They like to pretend that Budweiser represents all beers in the USA, as if we should also pretend that Bitburger represents all German beers
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Probably my favorite cider
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just opened a Tinman Brewing Company Apricot Sour. I think its great, but I also love the Sour Ale style altogether
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>>7096482
I'm a Unibroue fag.
Good choice
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>>7096448
>Oregon
Yet you can't find good beer.
You're hopeless.
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>>7096652
For a long time it did represent all American beer. And as already mentioned, US craft beer isnt being distributed very much outside of America. So its easy to see why perceptions havent changed.
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>>7096673

I find plenty of great Oregonian/American craft beer. It's just UK "real ale" I'm looking for as part of me trying all sorts of beers from around the world.
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>>7096448
>Oregon
>can't find beer

Are your eyes painted on?
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>>7096708

Learn how to read, idiot.
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the only real answer
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>>7077368
>dat celebration
not a bad winter ale, love the malt character
>>7077469
i have two in my fridge right now anon
>>7078688
>too heavy and thick
nigger what its not a fucking imperial stout

pic related currently have a case of these bad boys
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>>7096717
>tequila flavoured beer
>brewed in France
>Desperado

Nigga...what?
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>tfw can't drink because of
Why go on?
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>>7096788
an hero anon only option you have
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any Orange County anons here? Going to some breweries tonight but don't which ones to go to.
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>>7074809

ive got three more of these left in the fridge and im about to step out and buy more beer because i am an alcohol and its destroying my family.

ill prolly just get one big one instead of a six pack, anything in particular i should look out for? i usually like stouts but im gonna be grabbing dinner too so i dont want anything heavy.
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http://strawpoll.me/6065606/
thank you AA
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>>7096773
just taste it
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>>7077310
rodeo clown is the shit
>>7077306
>>7077295
Meh to both of these. I really didn't appreciate prickly pear.

>>7078688
#goto

>>7078935
Most of the yeti variants are amazing. If you can get prairie (bomb, noir, variants) near you they're great too.

>>7083777
weird.

>>7088048
Halia is better. All goose island sisters are pretty good, expensive for what they are though.

>>7090131
dat mikkeller doe

>>7093649
all of these are great

>>7093951
Clown shoes makes too many stouts, but all are pretty cool.

>>7096770
Thunderstruck is a lot better than expected from stone

>>7096817
Neat, I didn't know revolver was bottling.


Me, I'm enjoying Evil Twin finally coming to TX tonight.
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>>7080808
these things are annoying as fuck
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>>7096931
desu it really is. I only tried a couple of their enjoy by series but they really stepped up their IPA game.
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>>7077469
Great stuff.
I live in Germany and only get it from one place in my area. It costs around 15 dollars for one 0.7 liter bottle.
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>>7096981
why the fuck did I type desu fuck
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>>7096482
>>7096660
I'm all about the Blanche de Chambly
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>>7074809
I tried Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold Rum.

Found out that rum is pretty disgusting
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>>7097002
thats a mighty fine beer as well
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Is it bad to drink 2-4 beers every night? Am I alcoholic?
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>>7097095
2 no, 4 borderline
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>>7097095
I only consider alcoholism if you drink more than 2 beers before 12PM. Normally I try not to drink around noon unless I'm at a beer festival. I wait till around 5-6PM to start drinking on weekdays.
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>>7097005
That's like trying coors light and saying all beer sucks
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>>7096931

yup me too. i was able to get blood n honey pretty frequently when i was up in denton last year and a half ago and i think it just recently started getting sent elsewhere (im in austin now, pls no bully)

also, its neat to see all these texas beers in here. karbach has been pretty good to mei cant remember anything from them that sticks out too much but i can dig it. and ive enjoyed pretty much everything from real ale. if anyone out there ever comes to austin you should check out oasis brewery its really nice.

>>7096409

i want this. i love shower beers and im glad this company is recognizing the demand.

>>7093951

blaecorn is really good. i just bought flight of the angry beast which is imperial stout blended with barleywine ale.

might be good? we'll see.
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>>7097105
How does a 9% beer factor into this equation?
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>>7097127
ABV has fuck all to do with it. Don't worry yourself anon. Unless you're drinking from the moment you wake up to the second you go to bed it aint alcoholism.
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>>7097127
I would count it as 2 beers roughly?
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>>7075447
I miss the days when I could actually taste High Life.....
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Spent a week in Japan. Must restaurants served Suntory Malts, Asahi, or if you're lucky Yebisu. Where's the good Japanese beer at?
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A little late for oktoberfest but it was a descent price for a 24 at costco
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>>7096996
t b h is censored as desu
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what glassware do you guys like?
I'm looking for a good set of tulips for parties but I'm not sure what brands are good, every one seems to have some problem where the base breaks or the glass scratches really easily or something
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Told myself I wasn't going to drink tonight since I got wasted last night. But then the ex texted me so I'm in the process of pounding some pic related
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>>7097688
>stella
>fucking ever
>paying premium for fancy insta-skunked bud light
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>>7097688
Stella is so awful

So awful
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>>7097726
>>7097699
nuh uh
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>>7097736
uh huh
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>>7097688
>drinking skunk piss
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Just takin it easy with an American classic
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>>7097985

>Bud
>Ponies
>Mac
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>>7097985
L O L
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>>7096773
it's like a more acceptable version of bud
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Had this one with breakfast today, fucking amazing.
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>>7076876
I agree that this is pretty good after a year of cellaring. I still might think that fresh narwhal is better vs. fresh old rasputin and that aged narwhal is also better than aged old rasputin. Might have to do a blind taste test one day. >>7078688
I am curious about how long you've been drinking beer. Sculpin is a standard IPA and grapefruit sculpin is hardly an IPA with the amount of grapefruit they're adding to the beer. IMO your problem isn't about not finding the right beer(s) for you, it's more of inexperience. I may be making huge assumptions, but you really should just stick with the recommendations people make/have made. Most hardcore beer drinkers went through a phase of liking crap beer or not liking beer entirely before getting to the point that they're at. Sculpin and Grapefruit Sculpin are both pretty great beers when fresh, but Grapefruit has a bit of a longer shelflife since the grapefruit flavor is the main focus. Go for some really solid entry level beers that are not IPAs. Grab some Lindemans Cuvee Rene or Gueuze Fond Tradition. Grab a Black Butte Porter. Experiment with beer. Try it at different temperatures and with different amounts of time on each bottle. Maybe even try some IPLs if you want flavorful while refreshing/crisp? Fathom and Pivo Pils are both good options. Both also could help you develop a taste for hops
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What is this i have here?
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>>7098489
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>>7098550
Looking good
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>>7098556
Fellow BelgianBrah?
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>>7098556
Bunch of macro meme beers.
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>>7098556
what kind of psycho saves beer bottles?
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>>7098556
R8 my haul
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>>7098697
Unamerican/10
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>>7097985
please leave america immediately
>>
So I bought a can of Guinness today, and to my disappointment it was completely flat. I mean it didn't have any carbon dioxide, no fizz at all. The thing in the did work, it had a nice creamy head and all.

Is Guinness draught supposed to have carbon dioxide?
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>>7098812
It's supposed to have nitrogen and carbon dioxide, meaning it has very fine bubbles. I don't know if yours was defective or you're just not used to the texture. Guinness Extra Export Stout or whatever they call it doesn't have the little nitrogen widget in it, you might like that better. Of course, there are much better stouts out there.
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>>7098076
>icelandic beer
so do you spit out the bits of rotten shark or what
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>>7098812
No. It's a nitro stout
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>>7098703
>implying I'm american

>>7098561
I'm a bong

>>7098566
How are they meme beers?

>>7098635
Lots of people on here do, I just like having a bit of colour on my desk
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>>7098812
>>7098895
this, really
first time I had a Guinness it seemed like it was flat but once you get used to it it's a pretty great session beer, there are better options for a Friday night though

>>7098556
kinda wish more imports shipped in opaque bottles instead of shitty green ones, here in the US it seems like you can't enjoy an authentic pilsner because they're all ruined by the time they arrive
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>>7098076
I had that, was super disappointed

>>7096482
Tasty

>>7096330
Where do you get that for less than a pound? Cheapest I've seen is 4 for £6 on a multibuy
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Innis and Gunn original, 660ml bottles going for £2.50 in Tesco so i picked up a few
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>>7099019
won't you get raided by the police for having those?
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>>7096923
Meh, not good but still better than corona. 2/10
I'm glad I live in Czech Republic and I can get actually good beer for half the price.
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>>7098982
skol seems to be more common, is it cheaper than the rest?

I've only had Tennents (which was vile) and Oranjeboom 8.5 (also vile).
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>>7099019
There's a reason they're discounting them s m h
>>
So lately, Oregon's biggest newspaper did a thing where the staff chose their top 50 Oregon craft beers (http://www.oregonlive.com/beer/index.ssf/2015/11/the_oregonianoregonlives_top_5.html#incart_river_index).

Following that, they've started a readers choice thing among Oregonian readers of the paper for their best craft beers. So far readers have made the following decisions in:

Session beer (http://www.oregonlive.com/beer/index.ssf/2015/11/breakside_lunch_break_isa_wins.html#incart_maj-story-1)

Belgian Style: (http://www.oregonlive.com/beer/index.ssf/2015/11/mazama_saison_detre_is_peoples.html#incart_maj-story-1)

And Red/Amber/Brown beers: (http://www.oregonlive.com/beer/index.ssf/2015/11/double_mountain_ira_is_peoples.html#incart_maj-story-1)

They are currently voting on Paler Ales: (http://www.oregonlive.com/beer/index.ssf/2015/11/whats_oregon_best_paler_ale_vo.html#incart_river_index)

What do you guys think?
>>
Guys beer is literally the best beverage ever. Why is it so great?
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>>7099226
I don't give a fuck about Oregon.
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>>7099282

Here's your reply.
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>>7099282
This
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>>7098697
ANON PLS REPORT BACK ON THE DELIRIUMS.
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>>7098956
>I'm a bong
Oh. Nice selection! Blue Chimay is better tho. I'm no fan of westmalle, but Gulden Draak is one of my favorites. I have yet to try the deleriums, never heard of the others.
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>>7098970
I picked up a bottle in B&M stores. I think I also saw it in Lidl for about the same price. Roughly 80p.
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Had this earlier. Nice stout, very smooth. Coffee was a nice touch.
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>>7093456
you can but they are reportedly expensive, especially new.
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>>7099877
If you like coffee stouts, try Central Waters. Pretty cheap and 10/10
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>>7099877
>>7099915

Santa Fe also has this nice imperial coffee stout I'd recommend.
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>>7099927
If I could get it in MN I would. The can is cool. We have a local one called War and Peace that's also great. Wisconsin fags, pick it up when you see it hit your shelves. It's from Fulton
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>>7075439
Weissbier Bro
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>drink a 740ml of these
>get a stomach ache
>drink 4 more
>get wasted
>repeat
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>>7100012
I've seen a few Fulton things starting to appear in Milwaukee recently, I'll keep an eye out for that one. Any other Fulton stuff worthwhile?
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>>7100464
Worthy Adversary. It's a little hoppy at first so I usually let it sit. Also Patience if you like barleywines. Sweet child of vine is a solid ipa. Really anything from them is going to be at least decent. The only thing I didn't like from them is their rye saison
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>>7096373
>>7096397

In the US it's referred as cask beer. Craft-centered bars tend to have casks tapped at special times during the week, at least where I live they do. (San Diego, CA)


I just had some Beechwood Beers at a bar earlier. They make some aggressively hopped IPA's. Also tried pic related. Delicious.
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>>7097985
I don't like being mean to people but you're a huge faggot. Shit drinking, brony loving, mac using cunt. Kill yourself.
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>>7097985
Well funpost'd.

If you're not being ironic...

ur cute

pls be a gay single boy in canada
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