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    Thread: Best New Beer You've Tried Recently?

    1. 10-09-2007 12:07 AM #126
      Quote, originally posted by MFZERO »
      sam adams cherry wheat [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      too sweet imo

    2. 10-09-2007 01:29 AM #127
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      Nothing major, New Glarus Brewing Co. Totally Naked...

      http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/

      Modified by 2112 at 6:03 PM 9-22-2007

      Lately I have been attached to there more popular beer. Spotted Cow.

      Pleae don't try their Uff-Da, I wasnt pleased when I drank it. Not to my taste.

    3. 10-09-2007 12:10 PM #128
      If you can get your hands on their Unplugged Bourbon Barrel Bock I must tell you to DO IT NOW. It was such a great beer.
      Last night I had a New Belgium Abbey and it was quite good for something I can pick up @ the local grocery store for $5.00 on special.

      -Rick

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      10-09-2007 12:15 PM #129
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      This stuff is great. It's a really really stout beer- not an every day drink, but definitely good to put some hair on your neither regions!
      http://www.arrogantbastard.com

      This and oak do not go well.

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      10-09-2007 12:47 PM #130
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      This and oak do not go well.

      lol, that's kind of funny because we'll occasionally get kegs of '05 and 06 oaked AB (granted it's older than what's available in the bottle) and that stuff isnt nearly as bad as regular AB. I've never had fresh oaked AB though
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      I don't want the butt herp on my schwantz either.

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      10-09-2007 02:49 PM #131
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      I can never find it and I'm wayyyyyyyyyyy closer than you. Did you get it on a trade or do they sell it there?

      My friend is the brewmaster at Dogfish Head Brewery. I can get cases of 120 min IPA super-cheap. About $3 a bottle. They usually go for around $10. I love living in Delaware for this reason. Oh yea, tax-free too. Is it legal to ship beer? 'Cause I think I may be able to help some people out here. Im actually on my way to have lunch at the brewpub after i finish typing this.

    7. 10-09-2007 11:50 PM #132
      sister and her husband brought be back Pelican Tsunami Stout from the Pelican brewery in Pacific City OR. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    8. 10-10-2007 08:27 AM #133
      I have heard great things about Dogfish brews. Too bad I'm here in the midwest and they never make it out here.
      Wish you could order them from the source and have them sent out here. They allow winerys to ship -- why not microbrewers, eh?
      Oh well.
      Joe C.

    9. 10-10-2007 11:43 AM #134
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      sister and her husband brought be back Pelican Tsunami Stout from the Pelican brewery in Pacific City OR. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Pelican makes some good beer!!!

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      10-10-2007 11:56 AM #135
      BJs seasonal Octoberfest beer.
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      10-11-2007 01:38 AM #136
      Quote, originally posted by QandnotU »
      My friend is the brewmaster at Dogfish Head Brewery. I can get cases of 120 min IPA super-cheap. About $3 a bottle. They usually go for around $10. I love living in Delaware for this reason. Oh yea, tax-free too. Is it legal to ship beer? 'Cause I think I may be able to help some people out here. Im actually on my way to have lunch at the brewpub after i finish typing this.

      Trades are worked out over http://www.ratebeer.com that ship all the time. As long as you don't sell them its OK. I'm wanting to try one but they aren't in season yet from the people I've talked to.
      PS. If they break most of the time a claim cannot be granted.


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      10-11-2007 08:10 AM #137
      Quote, originally posted by QandnotU »
      My friend is the brewmaster at Dogfish Head Brewery. I can get cases of 120 min IPA super-cheap. About $3 a bottle. They usually go for around $10. I love living in Delaware for this reason. Oh yea, tax-free too. Is it legal to ship beer? 'Cause I think I may be able to help some people out here. Im actually on my way to have lunch at the brewpub after i finish typing this.

      I'll take all the $3 120's, Raison D' Extra, or World Wide Stout's I can get and I'll drive to you. How about getting you're buddy to fire up another batch of Liquor de' malt?

    13. 10-11-2007 09:53 AM #138
      Had a Great Lakes Blackout Stout last night. Nice imperial stout... Not as good as Saint Arnolds Divine Reserve 5, but more sessionable.

      -Rick

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      10-11-2007 03:30 PM #140
      Spaten Oktoberfest. Never had it before, and it was very tasty. It's really smooth and pairs well with most foods. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      10-11-2007 04:50 PM #141
      Quote, originally posted by Joe Cook »
      I have heard great things about Dogfish brews. Too bad I'm here in the midwest and they never make it out here.
      Wish you could order them from the source and have them sent out here. They allow winerys to ship -- why not microbrewers, eh?
      Oh well.
      Joe C.

      Yes, dogfishead can be found and bought in Illinois. If you can't find them at your local place, you can order them from Sam's Wines in Chicago amongst others. I have to cross the river to get it cause I'm in STL.
      Best new beer lately??...........I'm gonna say New Glarus's Belgian Red. I've been on a sour beer kick.
      http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/beers/belgian.html
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      10-11-2007 10:54 PM #142
      Brooklyn BCS

    18. 10-12-2007 11:27 AM #143
      How did you like their choc. stout? I have heard both sides on this one... ONE OF THE BEST all the way to not all impressed. Typically it scores high in reviews. Haven't had the chance to trade for any yet though.........

      Last night wasn't anything exciting.... Pyramid Hefe.

      -Rick

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      10-12-2007 10:25 PM #144
      Quote, originally posted by Volkswackin »
      How did you like their choc. stout? I have heard both sides on this one... ONE OF THE BEST all the way to not all impressed. Typically it scores high in reviews. Haven't had the chance to trade for any yet though.........

      Last night wasn't anything exciting.... Pyramid Hefe.

      -Rick

      Out of 5 I gave it a 3.8. The BCS is definitely the most dark chocolate Stout I've had, or can remember. It would be better if it was more creamy and a tad less hoppy. For $10- it is hard to beat, compared to $12+ for a Yeti. But $12 for a Yeti is justified.
      I'm not big into hopped up Stouts. A perfect (or bad example) is the Victory Storm King. The most hopped up Stout. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG] Victory's beer gets rave reviews as well. Guess my taste buds are out.


      Modified by performula at 11:26 PM 10-12-2007

    20. 10-13-2007 08:46 AM #145
      Hey, thanks for the info, blksabbath.
      Will definitely check 'em out. Thanks again!
      Joe C.

      Edit: Btw, the best "new" beer (though that has been recommended by people for awhile) is Rogue Dead Guy Ale. Very good stuff. I also tried Beck's Oktoberfest and enjoyed that one too.

    21. 10-15-2007 02:29 AM #146
      Paulaner Oktoberfest from Munchen.....
      It's good....

    22. 10-15-2007 12:14 PM #147
      Quote, originally posted by performula »
      it is hard to beat, compared to $12+ for a Yeti. But $12 for a Yeti is justified.
      Modified by performula at 11:26 PM 10-12-2007

      I have 2x bottles of Oak Yeti and one of reg Yeti in the cellar.... I like Great Divide.

      Actually this weekened I have Great Divide's DIPA and Rogue's DIPA. Enjoyed GD much more!
      -Rick

    23. 10-16-2007 08:10 AM #148
      Sam Adams Oktoberfest

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      10-16-2007 01:05 PM #149
      oak aged Yeti is $12 a bottle? for a 22oz or a 750ml? I guess I got a deal when I scored 2 growlers of it for $26 each a few years ago.
      and for all you naysayers, I had some arrogant bastard this past weekend...first time in about 3 years and it's still disgusting
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    25. 10-16-2007 03:31 PM #150
      Hop Rod Rye friday night with strip steak..... was quite good.
      Did NOT have arrogant bastard or any american strong ale so can't comment on that one

      -Rick

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