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Old 09-11-2017, 11:53 PM   #1261
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Manor Hill IPA - changed the can label to a white background ... but the recipe tastes different/better imo. I didnt find anything on the internet.
New Head Brewer. Had Hidden Hopyard 9 (pretty good) and No Sleeves (turrible) from a release not too long ago.

Citra Splendor is also in 12oz cans in regular rotation.
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Old 09-15-2017, 10:59 AM   #1262
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Anybody recommend a Cascade or The Bruery bottle? Ive stayed away bc of price but want to start trying them, just dont know much about them and dont want to make a $20-40 mistake.
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Hardywood brewery last night...forgot how dank he gingerbread stout is...kicked my ass. Great return IPA not bad...little light on the bitterness.
Oh, that shit is WAY too smooth. I think it's almost ten percent. I remember we went there and got a growler, came home and split it. Wasted.
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Oh, that shit is WAY too smooth. I think it's almost ten percent. I remember we went there and got a growler, came home and split it. Wasted.
i had like 2 or 3 ipa and felt like i needed a change up. got the gingerbread stout....took a sip and was like ohhhhh that's right...this is a triple IPA/barlywine in a stout costume. i think its over 10%...dangerous level

I almost fucked a big gurl cause of it....
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I do that every night! Hiyo! J/K bae.
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I do that every night! Hiyo! J/K bae.
From your profile pic, you are a lucky man =)
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:20 PM   #1267
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eviltwin/jackie Os collab stout called "welcome to the jungle". thin for an "imperial" stout, had a lot going on, chili, honey, tangerine peels and maybe coffee ... it was okay.

montreal brewery dieu du ciel's "peche mortel" -- one of the best available year round stouts that i have had. happy i found a good stout that should be available when ever i want one.
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Got to Aslin 2 weeks ago and picked up some of their IPAs and a sour. Very good beer but not sure if its worth the hassle. I found that RAR is just as good if not better and they are the same distance for me. Also RAR does't have a tablespoon of hops in the bottom of the can.
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Old 09-26-2017, 10:06 AM   #1269
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founders breakfast stout is out and about. im loving these 18 pack cans of mosaic promise for 18.99 with canning dates only a few weeks old.
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founders breakfast stout is out and about. im loving these 18 pack cans of mosaic promise for 18.99 with canning dates only a few weeks old.
Definitely want try the Founders
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Old 09-30-2017, 04:26 PM   #1271
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Top 25 worst Beers in America...


Anyone surprised,I was at a couple.


25 Worst Tasting Beers in America - 24/7 Wall St.
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Got to Aslin 2 weeks ago and picked up some of their IPAs and a sour. Very good beer but not sure if its worth the hassle. I found that RAR is just as good if not better and they are the same distance for me. Also RAR does't have a tablespoon of hops in the bottom of the can.
Hop sludge from the fact that they don't cold crash their beers long enough before they can. This is a huge gripe amongst the Aslin buyers. I've traded for some Aslin here and there, but until part of their business model isn't "trusting the process" and seeing that nastiness in the bottom of the can, then they don't need my money.

I've done a mixed case of RAR for several months now and they do not disappoint. August's Hyde and Marylan were bangin' (I have some 10 layers but have been saving the stouts), as were September's Slip Ons and Lumber Sexual (Again, I have 1st Meal stouts but they are taking a back seat to the IPAs). The single biggest advantage of RAR and their monthly releases is the ability of buying tickets online and picking up over the course of the weekend, instead of getting up way early and getting in line.

Burley Oak has been killing it for months now. Their JREAM beers are incredible, and their IPAs have been awesome. Between Burley and RAR, it's easier to not weep over getting beers from Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine.
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Top 25 worst Beers in America...


Anyone surprised,I was at a couple.


25 Worst Tasting Beers in America - 24/7 Wall St.
The only surprise on that list is the fact that they still make Red Dog. I haven't seen that in almost 20 years.
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Hop sludge from the fact that they don't cold crash their beers long enough before they can. This is a huge gripe amongst the Aslin buyers. I've traded for some Aslin here and there, but until part of their business model isn't "trusting the process" and seeing that nastiness in the bottom of the can, then they don't need my money.

I've done a mixed case of RAR for several months now and they do not disappoint. August's Hyde and Marylan were bangin' (I have some 10 layers but have been saving the stouts), as were September's Slip Ons and Lumber Sexual (Again, I have 1st Meal stouts but they are taking a back seat to the IPAs). The single biggest advantage of RAR and their monthly releases is the ability of buying tickets online and picking up over the course of the weekend, instead of getting up way early and getting in line.

Burley Oak has been killing it for months now. Their JREAM beers are incredible, and their IPAs have been awesome. Between Burley and RAR, it's easier to not weep over getting beers from Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine.
Going up in a few weeks to pick some up in Mass.

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Old 10-02-2017, 11:07 AM   #1275
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Western Mass. Good deal.

If you can find it, pick up Lawson's Sip of Sunshine and Super Session (either #2 or #8). Using their beer finder, there are a few package stores that will have them. Sip of Sunshine is one of the better IPAs out there, and Super Session is a crushable beer.
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