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No beer thread? Lets change that.

Currently drinking pic related - original version. Cheap beer to go with the cheap steak I just had. Its ok for the cost though.

What beer are you drinking?
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>>7103117

Drinking with aged then smoked cheddar from New York.
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>>7103123

>beer thread
>posts cider
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>>7103123
>hard cider

does it come as a frozen block or something?
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>>7103123
>cheddar
>New York
Cheddar is made in Cheddar you fat, diabetic faggot.
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>>7103137

It's alcoholic....
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>>7103138

>fat

Stop projecting you snaggle toothed bong.

Better cheeses are made Stateside than anywhere in the entire world.

Red Leister is an abortion of your culinary acumen in Great Britain. Just...awful.
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>>7103139
and?
do you also say "hard beer"?
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>>7103138
>Thiking cheddar cheese has PDO status

Sorry m8, try again
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>>7103123
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>>7103147
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>>7103148

Not all cider is alcoholic and comes in plastic bottles, Mr. Bong.
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>>7103161
>Not all cider is alcoholic

but "non-alcoholic" cider would just be apple juice.
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>>7103161
>Not all cider is alcoholic

The point is that to the rest of the world cider *is* alcoholic by definition. That's why it's called "Cider" and not "apple juice". Unless you're in the US that is.
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>>7103171
It'd be apple cider dumbass.
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>>7103179
Cider is fermented juice, which is alcoholic as a result.

We do something similar to grape juice— it's called wine, you might have heard of it.
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>>7103117
Celebration ale. Its all i drink till the new year... Been doing this sebse i discovered this magic brew
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>>7103117
Innis and Gunn is based as hell, getting so popular now as well, their seasonal ones are usually fantastic

>>7103138
Fraud me pls go
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I'm drinking this swill.
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>>7103188

Place near me has it on tap, it's so good. So glad Sierra Nevada has expanded their keg range in Britbongland
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1,60€ per six
suprisingly good for that price
gas is more expensive ffs
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I ONLY drink Blue Moon.
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>>7103229
to elaborate on this for the yanks, if walmart had a beer label, this would be it
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>>7103227
What?! They have sierra nevada in britbonistan?!
I used to live by a sierra nevada bar and it was amazing they have it on tap in the season plus happy hour all day monday
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>>7103227
Where you at?
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>>7103239
Ew. Dude is that all thats available around you?
Try some hogarrden or st archer. Youll never look back
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>>7103117
that beer is crap, OP. i tried it once & will never buy again
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About to crack this big boy open.
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>>7103255
I think you might be right.

Id probably try the rum or spiced rum finished varieties because I've never seen that before, but the original isnt great.
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Yet to find a better Pils than Neumarkter Lammsbräu (rest of their stuff is brilliant too)
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>>7103217
It takes balls posting that. Especially with these beer "experts" on this board. Love that shit too. Cheap and a nice buzz.

My personal fave is always Guinness though.
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>>7103374
Which country are you in? Have these made their way to you yet?
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>>7103386
>>7103386
Not who you're replying to but I'm losing my shit over those porters. In Ireland so we got it here (obviously)
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This
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>>7103265

The Irish whiskey stout was pretty good, bit sweet though. I've had the Rum finish and couldn't taste much, it wasn't much different than the original.
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>>7103392
I prefered the WI to the Dublin. Packed a bit more of a punch. There are better porters out there, but these were on offer in Asda, 4 for £5. At that price, I think they are great.
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>>7103265
The rum finish is pretty decent, actually, provided the poor beer hasn't been murdered by its clear bottle by the time you get it.
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>>7103117
what is a good beer to drink while playing dorf fort or strongholds?
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>>7103374
It doesnt take balls. Its just an alcoholic. Im almost half certin your samefagging.
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>>7103374
>Guinness out of a bottle
Only acceptable on tap
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>>7103483
Why?
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>>7103374
I like a good Guinness too, I might get a few later tonight.
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>>7103453
No he's not, he replied to me. I'm the one drinking the Milwaulkees Best Ice in New York and he in Ireland is downing a nice Guinness which I'm thinking of getting some of a bit later tonight.
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>>7103374
>>7103483
What do you Irish folk suggest if getting Guinness on tap isn't an option, cans or bottles? Sometimes I can get the cans with the nitrogen expelling widget inserts in them.
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>>7103528
Bottles. Never had it in a can. But that's just me I always prefer the bottle no matter what beer.
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>>7103161
>white lightning
>not moonshine

wut
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>>7103503
>samefagging cant happen online because i say so
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>>7103528
Have you ever seen this before?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Zjx0rTyZys

I used to work in a pub which didnt sell much Guinness, and they had one of these. Not as good as tap, but still nice.
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>>7103550
God you don't even know how dumb you fucking are! Here's your (you).
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>>7103551
I haven't seen that one specifically but that pub looks like a place that I've been on some late night talk show a few years ago.

I'll go get some Guinness's and while walking to the place I'll likely remember where I saw it.
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>>7103567
>autism rage
Stay rustled
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>>7103569
... it was Conan O'Brian
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>>7103154
>caring about the EU
Fuck off, waffle eater
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>>7103595
Its nothing to do with the EU. Its to do with your stunted capacity to understand simple concepts.

Unfortunately for you, you cant assign your own personal definitions to certain products and expect the rest of us to follow them.
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>>7103147
Cheese is best from Italy. This is why America has can't do fine dining, you think everything you make is the best. Your fine dining experiences are TERRIBLE. Amerifats have no concept of quality only quantity. This is why there are so few Michelin star places in the entire of the USA compared to the world. Poor quality, low standards.
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>>7103396
Motherfucker where did you get that?
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>>7099723
>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.
I'm a big fan of the blur chimay, but I've never had the white one and so I wanted to try it. I'm not expecting anything mind-blowing but you never know. I've also never had gulden draak or delirium, I was the guy a couple of beer threads ago who saw gulden draak 9000 for £5.35. This was £3.15 iirc

>>7099728
>I picked up a bottle in B&M stores. I think I also saw it in Lidl for about the same price. Roughly 80p.
Thank, I'll keep my eye out

>>7099656
>ANON PLS REPORT BACK ON THE DELIRIUMS.
S-s-sorry anon I was planning on having christmas beer on a more celebratory occasion than a monday night. It may be months before I get back to that beer store or another where I can get those

>>7099030
>>>7103117
>won't you get raided by the police for having those?
Why would he?
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>>7103620

>I picked up a bottle in B&M stores.

OP here. Also that guy. I bought the Innis and Gunn at the same time as the Guinness. Also cheap.

Did you try that Westmalle yet? I love trappist beers, they are possibly some of my favourites other than stouts/porters. Waitrose often have the Westmalle on offer for about £1.80-£2 iirc which is a good price.
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>>7103257
my fave beer
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I got both, cans and bottles of Guinness. Now I can do a side by side comparison, the cans aren't the nitrogen widget cans though. The place that usually has those was out of them.
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>>7103609
>hurr im a yuoropoor america is teh sux
Probably american.
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>>7103609
>Cheese is best from Italy.

Youve never visited the UK or France then?
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Who /homebrew/ here?
Just polished off the last of my roggenbier. Working on an american strong ale recipe next.
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not my pic but here's what i'm trying tonight. It's damn good; all the coffee flavor, none of the coffee bitterness. Vastly superior to Founders porter imo.

>>7103239
Don't listen to him, Blue Moon is better than Hoegaarden.
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I've got a bottle of pic related.

Unfortunately I dont have a decent glass from which to drink it, and I dont really want to pour it in to a pint glass, coca cola glass or martini glass which are my options.
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>>7103785
>le "tulip shaped glass concentrates the aromas" meme

Just drink your beer and enjoy it, man.
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>>7103757
>blue moon is better than hoegaarden.

Dude blue moon has gone down hill sense its been owned by coors.
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>>7103797
>its fine from a bottle
Flyover
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>>7103804
He explicitly mentioned the three glasses he has available.
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>>7103818
So? Its not uncommon to have different beer glasses.
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>>7103829
>So?
So the difference isn't so noticeable that the beer will taste like shit in a pint glass instead of a glenncairn. Thus my post.
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>>7103117
Just finished a bottle of Grizzy Paw Beavertail Raspberry.

Now I'm drinking gin+tonic with orange/mango/cranberry juice.

I've only been at my new job for 3 weeks but I already feel like drinking almost every day, and I don't even really have any responsibility yet since I'm a new hire.
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>>7103838
>flyovers actually belive this
Keke
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>>7103838
If it was a cheap beer, I'd proably just drink it from whatever glass I currently have. But its not. It was around £5 ($7.50), and I have quite a few beers in the £3-£5 range as well. Seems worthwhile to wait until I have a decent glass to enjoy them at their best.
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>>7103856

Throw in a little bread and liverwurst and that's pretty much a picture of my diet.
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>>7103866
>five pounds for a growler
>expensive
Try seven or eight, with the prices these micro-snobs charge for their Ancient Ales.

Glassware literally does not matter as long as you pour it into something.
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>>7103875
Well I guess youre entitled to your opinion.
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>>7103875
>pours it into a dish
Well anon said it didnt matter.
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>>7103217

God, I was visiting my mom and a friend of hers gave me a can of that. I am always grateful for free beer, so I didn't let him see that I thought that was the worst beer I've ever drank.
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>>7103423

I gotta tell you, I've never been impressed with anything with Guinness or Jameson's name on it.

What's some good alcohol from Ireland that isn't Jack Daniels tier?
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>>7103609

Do you even Tilamook?
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>>7103117
When will the British get away from clear bottles?
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>>7103875
Eh. Smell is like 90% of taste, and a tulip glass does put that scent in your face a lot better than a pint glass does. I'd definitely wait on a spendy beer until I had a decent glass. I wouldn't drink a nice bottle of wine out of a sippy cup, why not hold beer to the same regard when you spent decent money on it?
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>>7103801
So since it was first a brewery?
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>>7104675
Good cheese, good beer. Drinking my fifth Saison Premier and I still can't get over the fact that this flavor doesn't come from any fruit additions whatsoever.
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>>7103851
You'll get more aroma from a "proper" glass and differences in head retention, it won't alter flavor

>being this flyover
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>>7103117
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>>7104701

Good times were had, it sounds like.
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>>7104738
Haven't had that in awhile. I'll pick up a 6 pack tomorrow maybe
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>>7104739
Fifth total, not fifth tonight... I'm workin on a buzz but five DeGarde deep by 10pm would be a bit much.
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Thoughts on Stone Xocoveza?
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>>7104797
One of the best brews they've put out in awhile
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>>7103581
... fuck it I was wrong, it was Craig Ferguson. Now that I'm drunk I'm thinking more clearly.
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>>7103869
No diced red onions with that?
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>>7104671
This 16 year old Bushmill's is respectable.
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>>7104693
They got bought out by coors
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>>7104702
>not understanding smell affects taste.
Major flyover simpleton detected.
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>>7105029
>not understanding that you're already getting virtually all the aroma when you pour it into a glass
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>>7105027
They've been owned by Coors since Day 1
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>>7105042
Come on man, next you'll try to tell me Shock Top isn't a small mom and pop microbrewery.
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whats something that gets you super smashed and tastes amazing?
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>>7105037
>meme texting thinking that all glass is the same
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>>7105059
sulfuric acid
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>>7105174
They aren't but it's not going to transcend your experience

That being said I am all for optimizing it and prefer snifters and tulips over say a pint glass

Plus it looks nicer and is easier to drink
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>>7105059
A lot of things, you'll need to be more specific if you're talking in regards to craft beer

Price wise it's going to be a bit challenging to find something that would be actually cheap, but there are good deals

For example a liquor store near me sells Southern Tier Choklat for about 6.50 for a 24oz bomber, Choklat is about 11% ABV, so a bomber would have 4 beers in it (of 5% ABV). Have 3 of those and you'll probably be set for a night, but it would probably be near $20 total for about 12 drinks, and if you've been to college you know you can do better than that. Plus Choklat is probably something you would only have a bottle of at a time from how strong the taste is alone

But it's still better than almost any bar price wise for 12 beers of any kind, even during happy hour, and you don't have to tip

Then again I don't really buy craft beer if I'm trying to get drunk, too expensive for a drunk, plus I wouldn't be able to really savor it and enjoy it after the first few drinks
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>>7105056
I unironically like Shock Top

They have very passable beers

Then again I've only had one of them
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After trying multiple cans and bottles of Guinness I can say the cans win out, I tried them both directly too, either from the can and directly from the bottle or pouring them into a glass.

The cans were the nitrogen insert ones, I didn't expect that because I've only seen that before in certain four packs. I also checked on the bottles and cans, all brewed in Ireland.
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>>7103117

Excellent choice OP, Innis and Gunn is one of my favourites. The Rum finish is the best one I think.

Also to those talking about clear bottles - they are all in brown bottles now.

Tried the new seasonal one? Bourbon cask or something? It is very good. The best one was the "winter beer" from a few years ago.
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>>7103642
Yes, I never thought I'd say this and I hope it isn't well meme'd but westmalle dubbel is about as close to perfect as anything I've ever experienced.

No waitrose near me (northener) but I do frequent booths and m&s keeping an eye out for those sorts of prices

>>7103875
>implying growlers were ever mentioned
A growler is usually 4-6 pints (2.1 litres - 3.2 litres). A bottle is usually 330ml, 500ml, or 750ml. 5 pounds for a growler is pretty good. 5 pounds for a bottle is quite a lot.

>>7105059
Wedge of lemon wrapped around a gold brick.

Or a hammer.

>>7105328
What guinness was it though? And what can?
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>>7105328

You tried the Foreign Export stuff?

It is the best Guinness by miles.
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>>7103869
>>7104944

I drink lots of vodka. That cleans out my system, and even cleans my teeth (I haven’t brushed in years, and haven’t had a cavity since).

I also eat a liverwurst sandwich pretty much every day – to counterbalance the effects the vodka has on my liver. I make my sandwiches on seeded rye (because it’s the healthiest bread), with mayo (because eggs are the best protein; I use kewpie, because the msg makes it taste better), coarse mustard (good for the white blood cells), zucchini pickles (because they taste good), and a bunch of baby spinach (just for filler; it could honestly be left out).

I also eat a lot of canned fish (mostly sardines, but also the occasional fancy smoked oysters) on saltines. They give you all your essential amino acids, and provide a nice opportunity to try out various hot sauces, which are generally very low in calories, while high in flavor and immensely prodigious to healthiness.

Aside from that, I drink large amounts of water (anywhere between ice-cold to slightly chilled) every day, always through a straw, and sometimes with a lemon wedge.

To each their own, I say, but I’m just shy of 30 and am doing better than most of you.
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>>7105059

Try looking for Imperial Stouts or Imperial IPAs (AKA Triple IPAs).
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>>7104684
Yes, i'm sure the harsh scottish sun must fuck it up hard.
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>>7105391
The reason you haven't had a cavity since is because of the fucking plaque barrier around your teeth, kek.
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It's almost time for this nectar of the gods to be back in stock...

>mfw
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>>7105950
speaking of this stuff
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going to have a few of these watching the football tonight
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>>7103148
We say "soft drinks" when referring to non-alcoholic beverages. And, yes, there is hard root beer.
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>>7103856
I'm not a huge fan of Lagunitas,
but their one shot, fresh hopped pale
Born Yesterday
was phenomenal this year.
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>>7105363
>>7105368
Here's a picture of them both. The bottle and the can, the bottle is from New Brunswick, Canada, the can from Dublin, Ireland. Interestingly the bottle says "drink responsibly" HA HA HA!
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>>7103161
Frosty jacks LAD
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>>7105391
I wonder who's behind this post
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homebrewed IPA, 80% Munich I malt, 20% pilsner, shitload of hops. Nice.
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>>7103257
so vile
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>>7103386
Good stuff
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>>7103797
kek
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>>7106058
Is that howard stern on his squatty potty?
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>>7103188
Probably the best fresh hop beer available. Amazing on tap.

>>7103856
Brown Shugga, my nigga.

>>7104797
Really good. It isn't cloyingly sweet for me but isn't too toasty that my girlfriend can drink them. Their base coffee milk stout is underrated.

>>7105059
Two bombers of Torpedo gets me tipsy enough and they're sold for around 3.00/US.
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>>7106068
Ya. Sal took the pic for him
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>>7103751
/homebrew/ here!
Never tried a roggenbier before, sounds interesting. How is it?

Currently drinking my cream ale, my old english christmas ale, and my black IPA.

Making an all Citra pale ale this weekend. Recipe based on Zombie dust I think (I've never had it, I live in Norway).
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>>7103117

> cheap beer

Not where I'm from lel. It's like $2-$3 a bottle. I personally think it's great though desu.
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>>7105328
a) cans preserve the beer better
b) some (alll?) guiness cans have a widget in it filled with nitrogen that fills the beer with fine bubbles when the can is opened
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>>7103910
>glassware
>n. Objects, especially containers, made of glass. Also called glasswork.

You're putting no effort whatsoever into your strawmen.
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>>7106231
Thanks captain obvious.
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>>7106188

$2-$3 a bottle is cheap, though.
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>>7106358
>>7105197
It will make a noticeable difference between from bottle and specific glass
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Had this in Amsterdam and it was delicious. I'll probably have to buy it online though.
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Molson XXX Super Premium Beer it's really good.
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>>7103184
>>7103175

Cider, as depicted in the image is a cold pressed apple based beverage that is non-alcoholic. It's unpasteurized, unfiltered and devoid of arsenic, something that is widely used to "preserve" apple products like "juice" and "sauce".

Juice, IS pasteurized, filtered and treated with arsenic to not only preserve it's golden appearance but to extend it's shelf-life without refridgeration.

There is a significant difference, but some similarities also remain. Europeans tend to enjoy mulled wine over the Holidays, mulled cider is something very common here (New York) during this time of year. Apples were more readily available than grapes, so instead of wine cider was substituted for this Holiday beverage.

Dry cider/Sweet cider, or alcoholic cider isn't very common place here. Strongbow started advertising in the states a few years ago, despite being a household name in much of Europe, especially in the UK and Ireland. Magners would be the most common cider in Ireland, that's from my personal experiences there, it was on tap in every pub I went to, no matter where I was in Ireland. I visited Cork for 3 months every summer as a child, as I am the only American born in my family, my parents came to NY in 1976.

So TLDR- cider isn't alcoholic all the time.

Sorry for the delay in response, I do have employment that needs tending to.
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>>7106594
its actually called Bulmers in Ireland. Its only called Magners in Britain cause there was already another cider company there by the name of Bulmers when they launched there several years ago
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>>7105363

If you like the Westmalle, you may also like Rochefort which is another trappist beer and similar in style, and if you ever get the opportunity to buy or taste a Westvleteren 12 then you really should. Its incredible. It blows the Westmalle away.

Another beer which you would probably like and seems to be readily available is Kwak. Not too expensive, about £2 a bottle. Again its a malty beer which is what I go for if Im not drinking porter.
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>>7106649

It's the same exact thing.
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>>7106423
Beer in america is pretty cheap. Even the good stuff is cheaper than most other countries. 7.99 to 9.99 for a good 6 pack unless you're in jew york
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>>7105391

This is pasta. Although I'm not sure why.
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>>7106705
Irish Bulmers =/= British Bulmers

2 completely different companies. thats why Irish Bulmers is called Magners in Britain
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>>7106729
Last time I was in Germany bottle beer was significantly cheaper than in the US. Also, in my neck of the woods good beers often go for $10.99+ for a six pack, sometimes even a four pack.
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>>7106743
That's how it is in most of Europe. Finland, Norway and Sweden have stupid alcohol taxes though.
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>>7106734

They're both dry ciders. Exactly the same.
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>>7106101
I liked the Coffee Milk stout but it was pretty tame

Nothing really jumped out some mild coffee with milk flavor, some roasted malt too, very easy drinking nonetheless
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>tfw just dropped €120 on lambics
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>>7106423

$48-$72 for a 24 is not cheap...
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>>7104797
Picked up a sixer today and I gotta say: that shit's great. I was expecting more heat from it but definitely am enjoying it so far. This is seasonal, right? I actually want to be able to drink this around Christmas.
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>>7107243
It'll probably end up being an annual Nov/Dec release
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so my last roommate moved out 4 months ago but left a 6 bottles of Smirnoff in the fridge ...its still here.i want to drink but dont want to leave my house is this stuff still good to drink?
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>>7103751
Russian Imperial Stout on schedule for Thanksgiving..
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>>7106051

Worst hangover of my life drinking that shite.

Never again.
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Homebrew. makin it myself in the garage. makes store bought taste like piss in a can
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Cider by the English is called Apfelwein. dryer and less sweet with higher ABV than what we have here.
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>>7107438

Apfelkorn is fucking amazing.

I love Germanic treats. It's Eiswein season right now, mint.
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>>7103117
cheap?
Innis&Gunn is pretty good but not good enough for the insane price. Most overpriced beer around.
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>>7103171
Never knew there anyone was thick headed enough to not know the difference between apple juice and apple cider
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>>7108224
I thought it was cheap. Which country are you in?
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>>7105059
Duvel. Fairly reasonable price as well

>>7105967
>mfw my grandma sees me with this and exclaims "That'll get you smashed"
Still, tastes pretty bad, I hope you only want it for the alcohol

>>7106729
>>7107197
In the UK I'd say £1-£3 per bottle covers the vast majority of beer, so $2 is the pretty much the cheapest we get it

>>7106696
Thanks, I've got all the rocheforts on my shelf, I'm waiting for the perfect time to drink the 10. I've had kwak, I found it pretty middle-of-the road, I probably wouldn't get it again, especially considering that westmalle dubbel is cheaper (here)
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>>7107197

Nobody was talking about the kind of beer that comes in a 24 pack.
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>>7103528
Bong here

Tap Guinness is better in almost every way, but if you want to take some to a party or whatever I usually go with the can over the bottle

That said, you have to pour it into a glass or it's just a foamy mess
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>>7108224

It is £1.20 a bottle in Aldi. I would say that is pretty cheap.

Even £2.50 for the big bottles in most supermarkets is pretty good.
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Just put one of these in the fridge to chill. £1.25 from Asda for a 500ml bottle. Its not that strong, but Bath Ales are a good brewery. Always putting out decent beers and have some really nice pubs.

Found it at the back of the cupboard with a nice little stash of beers I had when moving house and forgot about. Westmalle Dubbel, a few different types of Guinness, Whitechappel Porter and a couple of Beavertown porters.
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>>7109030
I was in the Bath Ales factory shop just yesterday, stocking up. It is, quite literally, up the road from me. Happy days.
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>>7109057
Whats the shop like?

Google maps says its 8 miles from me, so id probably go have a look if its decent.
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>>7109072
>Whats the shop like?

It's small but a proper shop, with it's own proper parking & entrance. Well stocked, natch.

If you can get it in your local Asda though I don't know if 8 miles is worth it; the prices aren't that amazing, but you can buy by the crate at least. Also plenty of samplers & stuff like glasses if you want to buy for other people.
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>>7109091
Do they do single bottles? Their online price is about £25 for a crate of 12. Asda is quite a bit cheaper when they have their 4 for £5 offer. But if they do single bottles I'd probably visit to pick up a few different varieties since the Asda selection is limited to Gem and Dark Side I believe.
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>>7103117
currently brewing a 30 bbl batch of DIPA. will answer questions if anyone cares... pretty familiar with the california beer scene
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>>7109104
In that case it's worth a visit as they do all of their varieties in single bottles, so you can mix & match.
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>>7109143
If its just down the road from you im guessing youre in bristol too?

Have you been to thier pub/restaurant on Queen Square called Graze. Its pretty good. Also nice to see a few craft ale bars and pubs around that area.
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>>7109154
I've been past Graze but I haven't been in it yet. Three Brothers at the other end of King Street usually gets me first.
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>>7109030
I was in Bath for uni and their stuff was everywhere. Gem was probably my favourite, but the stout was great too.

Had anything from Beerd, their sister brewery?
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>>7109606
Just opened Dark Side. Its pretty good, although I would like it to be a bit stronger.

>Beerd

Never heard of it. Will check it out though.
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>drinking any beer other than Steel Reserve
Step up your alcoholism niggas
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>>7109694
>Steel Reserve 8.1% abv
>Not Special Brew 9% abv

Enjoy your weak piss water, I'm sticking to Special.
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>beerd

s m h, what a shitty name, might avoid.
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>>7109671
I had one of their IPAs at a festival last year, was pretty decent. Have 2 different Pale ales of theirs that I should probably drink too.

They market themselves as a "craft beer" brewery, don't know if that's a deal breaker for you.
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I have a big bottle of Piraat Ale from Belgium in the fridge. Have yet to try it but looking forward to it during the Celtics game tonight. It's 10.5% and I don't have much tolerance at all so it should be interesting.
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>>7109876
I Googled them, they have a Beer + Pizza place opening up in Bristol. I've just moved to Bristol from London, and there were a lot of places like that there. Some of them are really good.

I dont mind craft beer, I just dont like (I)PA very much, and looking through their range, it seems like thats what they produce a lot of.
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Need a beer to have with peep show 2bh

which?

>Lagunitas IPA
>Thornbridge Chiron (APA)
>Hoegaarden
>local lager (Hogsback Hogstar)
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>>7103257

At a bar I asked for a laphroig whisky and the bar staff gave me this obviously mishearing me, I shrugged and thought this'll be okay.

I nearly vomited it tastes so vile.
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>>7109916
What is wrong with you 2bh?

It's quite a pedestrian beer. Pleb palate.

>ordering whisky

lmao
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>>7109922

I prefer IPAs
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>>7109916
>Excuse me fair maiden, I shall take a Laphroig please
>Ice? Goodness no! I am educated and a sir, not a plebian
>Do you not have a Glencairn glass? It really accentuates the peat and smokiness
>"Here you go, here is a Leffe"
>O...Ok, t-t-t-thanks, you too
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>>7109903
Local always
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>>7109903
I'd have said local too, but Hogstar is fucking horrible
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>>7103139
So is Zima but we don't talk about that here
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>>7103239

Drinking this. It's nice.
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do people actually like brown ale?
I dunno why but there's something about it that's just revolting

>>7103620
>england
>gun
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>>7111006
There's nothing wrong with laws like that. I've just applied for a knife permit and it's just safer this way.
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>>7111013
Don't people get stabbed all the time in england?
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>>7111006
A bad brown ale is the worst beer. A good one is the comfiest. Try Samuel Smiths nut brown
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>>7111006
>>>7103620
>>england
>>gun
That went right over my head, well played
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>>7112114

they all have attractive labels
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>>7107365
I once found a 10-15 year old 1/2 empty bottle of bottom shelf gin within a rocky riverbed and it didn't make me sick

the alcohol preserves and kills everything
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>>7109710
pussies
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>>7103117
Get it together.
>>7109994
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>>7103374
Drinking swill while calling it swill for a cheap buzz is hardly controversial and will never be. Claiming it has better taste than the expensive stuff would trigger people though.
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>>7112204

Why are you linking to that thread?

It was started days after this one and isn't even about good beer.
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Very light beer as expected. More like a soda of sorts really.
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>>7111373
My experience with brown ales comes from Newcastle Brown Ale which is utterly revolting and last night I had a Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale which is supposed to be really good
The Newcastle was awful and the Dogfish Head seemed to be a quality brew but still tasted bad IMO
I think it was the caramel, it made me kinda nauseated and very dehydrated
I guess it's just not for me
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A local pale ale on the left and a not so local lager on the right.
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>>7112414
Newcastle is just awful, and dogfish head can be pretty overwhelming. Samuel Smiths is more nutty like a brown ale should be. Brekles brown is good as hell too. I'd give it one more shot at least.
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Probably one of the most horrid beers i have ever had!
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>>7112615
Tequila is just awful in general
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>>7112620
Yeah i feel the same, really dont know what i was thinking when picking this piss up.
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>>7110227
it isn't though
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Very nice Vienna style lager! Not a very common style sadly.
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>>7112722
>Thornbridge

Utterly based.

Try pic related if you can find it, think it may be my favourite of theirs, and I've had 90% of their brews. Never heard of a Bierre de Garde before either.
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>>7112731
I always pick up their stuff when it comes here. Not that often that happens sadly. Like most of their stuff! The Jaipur fresh is great!
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I recommend this German Beer. Goes great in a muh of course. Has a very delicious, roasted like taste IMO.
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>>7112814
Mug*

Also damn Mobile for flipping the image.
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>>7112814
not bad at all

Can't go far wrong with heffeweizen 2bh
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>>7112114
Had the Double Jack tonight. Absolutely delicious , the smell alone was gorgeous
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I got 4 more bottles of Weihenstephaner and 3 other Belgian strong darks for tonight's feast. [spoiler]The Gulden Draak is mine though[spoiler]
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Arizona Wilderness Picacho Pecan Pie Brown Ale. Solid beer from a great brewery
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>>7105059

At 6.7% and how great it tastes. If I would buy 6 packs of these, I would be smashed often.
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>>7112887

I love weihenstephaner Hefe Weiss Bier, good taste mate
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>>7105059
Two hearted or summit epa
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>>7112925
This beer rules.
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>>7103139
In the US, cider usually means apple juice, not the alcoholic beverage. If you call it "hard cider" then it's the fermented (alcoholic) stuff that Brits are used with.
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Is special christmas beer a thing in other countries? Drinking pic related at the moment, so good. Kind of dark but sweet taste, different than normal pilsner.
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>>7112602
I'll see if I can find it, thanks
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>>7112925
>>7113245
I'm shooting a documentary for a class on the local brewery that popped up last year, and turns out this beer is what got the brewmaster into craft beer. I'm definitely going to have to find it somewhere.
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>>7114020
Where are you from friend? If you're local to me I can point you in the right direction.
>>7113280
We have them here in the States. I have honestly never had one. I had seen one that looked alright a few weeks back. Budget constraints prevented me from buying it though.
This Saturday for certain.
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>>7114036
the Metro Detroit area
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>>7114042
I'm not from your region.
Check your local Bevmo. They should have it. If not they will order it for you.
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Drinking Unibroue 17 right now
you all lose
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>>7112114
>cork and cap
Whut
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heading to the pub in 25 minutes

what beer should I cop a pint of? Looking for something dark, deep and widely available in England. I usually drink Hobgoblin atm at pubs, idk how that's received over here
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>>7103171
>but "non-alcoholic" cider would just be apple juice.

no you fucking retard

there's a huge difference between cider and apple juice

i want bongs to fuck off you guys have no culture
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how pleb am i for liking pic related
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>>7103856
Throw thay brown shugga out. Tastes like shit water and wil give you a nasty hangover. Its basically just malt liquor for lucky homeless peopel.
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>>7115197
Stop drinking ur shitty beer u nobgoblin
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>>7115204
>caring what fedora wearing beerfags think about what you drink
you're better than this
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>>7115221
rec something better then, that's why I asked
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>>7115223
didn't mean to trip, this isn't my home board. Pls forgive
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>>7115219
Naa it's tasty. Almost any high abv beer will give you a bad hang over if you get drunk on it. Same goes for wine or any spirit
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Very nice session pale ale!
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Alright pale ale once again from Mikkeller!
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post your favorite friday night winter one-offs
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>>7115784
Warming, sweet and very creamy. Perfect for a cold winter night!
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>>7114946
It's some posh Belgian Lambic beer thing. Apparently preserves it for up to 10 years.

>>7112114

Had the Shoals tonight. Pretty decent pale Ale, taste had a hint of chocolate which was a nice change
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>>7115866
Forgot pic
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>>7103171
Holy shit.
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Expected more taste from this one than i got!
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>mfw waking up at 4AM just to go stand in line for 2015 Bourbon County
The chink behind the counter gave me a 2014 when I asked for a 2014 coffee variant.
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>>7116102
truly reddit
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Drinking pic related as of late and I have to say I'm pretty satisfied with the quality considering it's "local" for me.
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>>7103257
Hell Yeah, Leffe! Goed spul. Proost!!
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>>7112887
Had a Weihenstephaner in Utrecht once.
Like the dark beers (like Kasteel) more though.
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Just got done a stressful month at work and the girlfriend is working tonight, starting my night alone with some pic related. More to come, got some good shit including Beau's Best of 2015.
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>>7116229
Ayyy

Their "Iron Duke" ale is my favourite.
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>>7116229
>>7116498
Their Imperial Stout is deceptively good and maybe the best beer I've ever had from a can.
This guy >>7116450 here,
Now have opened the first beer from the Best of Beau's pack. It's my favorite of Beau's, pic related. Wonderful stout with Belgian Strong Ale tones. Pic related, I'm drinking from the Beau's tulip glass.
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When I was cleaning out the fridge I found a Franziskaner in the back corner.
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>>7116102
Nice. Those came in this week.
Cellaring a case.
Got 3 cases in.
Bottle looks better this year.

Cellaring a case of pic related too.
This is the last bottle we had for sale, so I figured I should try it before it's cellared.
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>>7117163
dammit
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anyone tried The Duck-Rabbit Milk Stout?
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>>7115199
>there's a huge difference between cider and apple juice

The difference is that cider is fermented into a delicious alcoholic beverage.
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So, I was lucky enough to snag a Goose Island bourbon country stout and I have never had the beer before. How long should I age the beer before I drink it? Also, how should I store it?
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>>7108596
I know I'm more than a little late to reply but I'm in Canada.
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>>7117348
Between 50-70F.
A year, give or take.
Two years...
As long as your patience can take.
I'm >>7117163 and I think most of the ppl who bought their limit are going to drink one and cellar the rest for a year.
Drink it now if you can't wait.
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>>7117348
>>7117575
Also, FYI, selling 2013 Abyss for $50 and 2014 for $25 per bottle. And they move. Just to give some perspective on cellaring.
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>>7117575

Cool, thanks for the info. I'll wait for a few years and save it for a special occasion. I was lucky, I work at a alcohol store and my co workers saved me a bottle since they know I'm a beer door. Our two cases cleared out in 10 minutes it seemed. We sold it for 9.95 for the 22oz bottle. I have heard nothing but amazing things about the beer, so I'm super pumped.

>>7117579

I'll keep that in mind, but I think I'll be drinking mine.
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>>7117595
Beeer whore*
I work at a beer store too, I just can't afford to buy everything I want. $10.92 isn't scaring anyone away.
I know that those are limited supply and we were afforded 3 cases.
2 1/2 cases had names on them. Wish I could afford to buy in that quantity.
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>>7117579
wtf, where do you live?

Deschutes barrel beers are shelf turds here

2014 Abyss was still on shelves a couple months ago (it might still be around, too)
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>>7112925
That's the GOAT!!
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>>7103161
>white lightning
>7.5%
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I'm kind of amused that briefly after I turned 21, I had Bourbon County on tap and didn't care for it. I was tempted to try to snag a bottle yesterday but honestly didn't feel the overwhelming urge since most BBA stouts are iffy with me. I did enjoy seeing Chaldean liquor store owners do what they do best and gouge the fuck out of people though.
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>>7116532

Good beer, anyone able recommend anything similar?
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Delicious, hoppy tripel from Poland.

9/10
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>>7117959
gutmann weizen/helles ?

My favorite's the doppelbock they have around christmas
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>>7112578
poor fuck/10
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This one's very nice.
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>>7109694
>ugh, my life is so hard >_<
>i drink to get drunk and forget my existence, like a real man
>how it tastes doesnt matter, id suck a dick if it squirted alcohol
take your weak will and tastelessness somewhere else, or at least dont be acting like your the super kawai anime pic in your post, you fucking weirdo.
>>
Bought this nigga on a whim.
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>>7118211
Let us know how it is. I almost bought that last time I was in cali
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>>7117713
WA
Yeah, the Mirror Mirror and whatever else ARE shelf turds, but the Abyss moves. Maybe you could sell them online? There is someone who wants them.
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Pic related, soon to be followed up by a Red Hare Watership Brown and then PBR.

I ran out of money, and I drank up my 12 variety pack of Red Hare in two days. :(
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>>7117713
Really? Abyss sells out within 3 days of release in my area
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How do i enjoy beer? It tastes bad and i want to like it :(
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>>7112114
This was a bust. Really wanted to enjoy it too, but just not my taste. Shame that.
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>>7118706
>This was a bust.
why?
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Last night with beer in awhile now so i thought i would bring out some heavies!

One of the best stouts out there!
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>>7118712
Just didn't like the taste. I've had sours before and enjoyed a few of them, but this just did not agree with me.
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Fugging nice pilsner! Very balanced!
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>>7103161
>7-5% abv
how bad is this beverage that each bottle has inconsistent abv and they just cant be bothered to check
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>>7118867
Think it's meant to say 7.5%, just a shit font was used.
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>>7117348

yo >>7116102 here, probably at least a year or two. Keep it at room temp.
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>>7103117
My drinks for the night.

Currently finishing off the St. Bernardus.
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I dont know if any of you guys like Brewdog, but they are going on the Amazon Black Friday Refreshed Sale tomorrow at 2pm for prime users.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BrewDog-Headliner-Mixed-Case-330ml/dp/B014T0WXGA

They have had some decent alcohol deals on there coming up tomorrow. They dont say how much the discount will be, but its mostly been 33%-50% I believe. Also a lot of good whiskey going on sale tomorrow.
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>>7118867
Didn't even read what you said, just replying because doom is my nigga
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>>7118543
Never even makes it out of the first day where I am.>>7118706
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>>7112814
>Paulaner
Mein Neger

Try Kölsch next time
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Okay, so I bought a pork loin and a sixer of Sierra Nevada and it's all in my slow cooker. How bad did I do?
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so who got rare? waited in line for 4 hours and paid $80. worth it
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>>7121202
You dumped a full 6 pack into your slow cooker?
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>>7121202
>wasting six beers

1 would have been reasonable. I hope those aren't the only too ingredients in there too.
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Had a few of these last night
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>>7121457
Do all their beers say drink from the can?
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>>7121407
>>7121433
It's a sixer of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale...I dumped them all in the cooker. I did braise the beast before tossing in the pot.
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>>7121491
Wait, so you braised it before you braised it? What?
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>>7121496
What? Are you as drunk as I am? I did braise the loin before tossing it into the pot with a sixer of Pale Ale.

I did slaver on some garlic and s&p before it hit the pan.
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>>7121491
You really didn't need to dump in the whole 6 pack. I would've done 2 tops and drank the rest
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>>7121477
Yeah I just wanted to see color compared to the heady topper.
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>>7110560
Don't lie it's not nice... this shit is nasty go away
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>>7116047
Where can I get that cool glass?
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Drinking this right now. Small brewery (Packinghouse Brewing) in my hometown of Riverside, CA. Decent double IPA though their stouts are much better.

There's a bunch of drunk Irish guys in here singing Sinatra so it's pretty lively right now.
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Having probably the most legendary tripel for the first time.

While it's not the best I've had (that would be Ommegang's Tripel Perfection), it's up there. I can see why it has the reputation it does.

Very complex.
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>>7120122
How is it? I almost picked that up tonight, actually.
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>>7112615
Really? I fucking love it.
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