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Old 09-06-2013, 08:04 AM   #391
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really? Lagunitas IPA is straight banging imo.
Yup yup, love me some lagunitas. Recently been gluten free tho, because of a new diet I'm doin with the wife. Really sucks not having my craft brews. Been tryin to find a good gluten free beer, not much luck as of yet. Anyone have any suggestions? Pretty much sticking to the hard ciders right now. Some of those are friggin delicious.
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Old 09-06-2013, 09:05 AM   #392
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Harpoon UFO pumpkin getting cold in the fridge. Unfiltered pumpkin beer
I've been on a huge Harpoon kick all summer, so I'm a little biased, but I really liked their UFO pumpkin. I can't wait to drink that while enjoying some cold-weather tailgating!
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I've been on a huge Harpoon kick all summer, so I'm a little biased, but I really liked their UFO pumpkin. I can't wait to drink that while enjoying some cold-weather tailgating!
you know UFO Pumpkin wasnt bad. i say go for it.

Harpoon never been a bad beer imo. They were one of the old skool beers in the mid-late 90s when i started drinking "good" beers. Cut my teeth with them
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Old 09-08-2013, 01:05 PM   #394
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really? Lagunitas IPA is straight banging imo.
It wasn't bad but I like ridiculously hoppie ipas
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It wasn't bad but I like ridiculously hoppie ipas
Try the laganitas hop stupid deuce deuce when u see it in the beer store. You will like that for sure
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During vacation, I had a few pints of Coney Island Mermaid Pilsener at my favorite raw bar. Quite tasty, went down easy. Went great with my buffalo shrimp po boy.
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Blue Mountain Full Nelson Pale Ale - 87 at RateBeer

Grabbed a six in a can over the weekend. Best after thought beer purchase im made in a while. Awesome stuff
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Did anyone else watch the show Brew Dogs on the new Esquire Network this week? It reminds me of the old Discovery Channel show about the Dogfishhead Brewery mixed with a travel show.

The first episode was all about San Diego and west coast IPAs. It inspired me to do a little personal taste test. Ballast Point has the early lead...

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Did anyone else watch the show Brew Dogs on the new Esquire Network this week? It reminds me of the old Discovery Channel show about the Dogfishhead Brewery mixed with a travel show.

The first episode was all about San Diego and west coast IPAs. It inspired me to do a little personal taste test. Ballast Point has the early lead...

Hey 2 really nice beers there. A beer hotspot in town serves the Sculpin as a draft which is suburb. Amazing taste, outstanding beer.

The Green Flash?(I think thats what its called) is very tasty as well. That is pretty expensive round here and comes in 4 packs I believe. I pick it up every now and then, but I like Racer 5, Laganitas IPA, or Stone's hoppy beers are better Cali choices imo. Still not bad though...
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Hey 2 really nice beers there. A beer hotspot in town serves the Sculpin as a draft which is suburb. Amazing taste, outstanding beer.

The Green Flash?(I think thats what its called) is very tasty as well. That is pretty expensive round here and comes in 4 packs I believe. I pick it up every now and then, but I like Racer 5, Laganitas IPA, or Stone's hoppy beers are better Cali choices imo. Still not bad though...
I like Stone a lot too, but I've had it a bunch of times so I wanted to try something new this time around. My brother-in-law is an IPA fiend and I think Laganitas is his favorite brew.

In the end, I think I actually like the Green Flash West Coast IPA a little more, but the Sculpin was pretty great.

The next episode of Brew Dogs is about San Fransisco, so I'm sure that will inspire me to grab some Anchor Steam next weekend.
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i caught a ton of sculpin off this jetty in san diego. 2 at a time. they are relatively small fish but come with pointy needle like things all over them (kinda like a croaker only 3x as many).

long story short, i didnt know they were poinsonious and after dehooking 20+ i found myself far out on the jetty getting real dizzy.

the store close to me does a make you own 6 pack so i have been trying a bunch of micros i ve never heard of. nothing really tasty thoo although i feel like ive been stuck on strict diet of hoppy ipas for to long now.

sweetwater brewery out of georgia
saint arnold oktoberfest
full sail brown out of oregon
abita jockamoo (i like)
a bunch more ive forgotten by now
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Try the laganitas hop stupid deuce deuce when u see it in the beer store. You will like that for sure
havent seen it yet, been looking, i dont drink alot of sierra nevada anymore but i did drink a torpedo (supposed to be stupid hoppy) and it was okay .. to be honest, i just want to drink flying dog's snake head and raging bitch till the sun comes up. i compare all other beers to those 2 and always come away disappointed.
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None of these sound any good to me but what the hell....



Experts Pick Best Beers In The World - Business Insider

#1 Westvleteren's 12





And the #1 rated beer on RateBeer according to experts is Westvleteren's 12 with a 4.499 out of five rating.
Brewed by the monks of Trappist Abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren in Belgium and sold weekly from the doors of the monastery, 12 has no label with a simple yellow cap.
The only ingredients are yeast, hops, malt, sugar, caramel, and water.
Ratings on RateBeer are out of 5, and factor in aroma, appearance, taste, palate, and an overall score. "Experts" are defined by the Stanford University study as RateBeer users who are assigned the highest experience level based on volume of reviews and how their ratings compare to other "experts



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In September I took the fam to a Frederick keys game. They had Flying Dogs fall brew on tap called "The Fear" it is one of the better pumpkin beers I've had.
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Old 10-10-2013, 02:25 PM   #405
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Brewed by the monks of Trappist Abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren in Belgium and sold weekly from the doors of the monastery, 12 has no label with a simple yellow cap.
The only ingredients are yeast, hops, malt, sugar, caramel, and water.




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I have never had Trappist beer, but I have had Trappist cheese, fudge and fruitcake all made with Kentucky Burbon and I can tell you these guys know their gastronomic delights.
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