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Favorite Beers 06/07/14(Sat)09:18 UTC+1 No.5498644 Report

ITT: Post your favorite beers of all time.

Founders Breakfast Stout. Literally tastes like a deep, rich, dark chocolate mixed with a fine brew of coffee. Probably my favorite stout.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)09:31 UTC+1 No.5498651 Report

>>5498644
Meh, Stone RIS and michigan's own Founders expedition stout are better stouts overall in my opinion. Is Founders easily found outside of Midwest? I hardly see any of the top California breweries' in the Midwest like Russian River or Firestone Walker etc. Stone is the exception but even then we don't get a lot of the smaller releases or special editions.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)09:32 UTC+1 No.5498652 Report

>>5498651
this is good too
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Favorite Beers 06/07/14(Sat)09:41 UTC+1 No.5498659 Report

>>5498651
>Founders expedition
Do you mean Bells? I've had that, along with most of Bells brews, but didn't enjoy it as much as Founders. Still great though, along with most of their brews. Never had the Stone RIS, i'll definitely look into it though. And if I can remember correctly, Founders doesn't distribute much further west than Nebraska.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)09:44 UTC+1 No.5498666 Report

>>5498644
>the slight angle of the foam in the glass

stay classy with your wonky table fag
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)09:46 UTC+1 No.5498671 Report

>>5498666
>implying that wouldn't be from the pour
go fuck yourself i swear
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)10:00 UTC+1 No.5498691 Report

>>5498659
Actually I meant neither, I meant to say Founders Imperial Stout. Bells is overrated as fuck, Founders is far superior and makes a huge range of beers.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)10:03 UTC+1 No.5498697 Report

>>5498671
Its not just the top of the foam its the bottom
also
>Replying to bait
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)10:53 UTC+1 No.5498751 Report

Timothy Taylors Landlord
Kernel Pale ale (various hops)
Augustiner Helles
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)11:33 UTC+1 No.5498785 Report

Hacker Pschorr Dunkel-Dark
La Fin Du Monde-Medium
Estrella Damm Inedit-Light
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)12:40 UTC+1 No.5498821 Report

>>5498666
well now I cannot stand to look at this thread anymore, god damn it anon
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)13:00 UTC+1 No.5498841 Report

Going here today...gonna buy

Ommegang Hennepin
some Kernal IPAs
Founders Breakfast Stout
Samuel Smiths Stingo
Cantillon Kriek


Any other recommendations?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)13:04 UTC+1 No.5498847 Report

>>5498841
oops...

http://www.bittervirtue.co.uk/
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)13:58 UTC+1 No.5498878 Report

Lots of beer babbies in here still experimenting with XTREEM.

I don't have a favorite, at best maybe a favorite of the month. Been enjoying this lately, if only more American breweries could take an example and use the good kind of hops (european) instead of making more alcoholic overhopped sugar bombs with yet another novelty hops that will be out of fashion in 6 months.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)14:26 UTC+1 No.5498912 Report

>>5498644
Next year when it comes out try the Kentucky Breakfast stout. So good.

Best beer I've had recently was a New Glarus Raspberry Sour from 2007 at a bottle share. Absolutely amazing. I'm trading for some Sexual Chocolate and Event Horizon more New Glarus and other assorted things that are hard to find in NC today and I'm just stoked.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)14:28 UTC+1 No.5498913 Report

>>5498841
>Any other recommendations?

depends.

do you like belgian beer?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)14:39 UTC+1 No.5498927 Report

>>5498821
i come from the astral to forewarn the entrapped
you're welcome.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)14:48 UTC+1 No.5498941 Report

Those trappists have it down.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)14:49 UTC+1 No.5498946 Report

>>5498878

Nobody cares how much you hate IPAs, fag.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:14 UTC+1 No.5498975 Report

>>5498691
>>5498644
I have to wonder, beers like that, how much is it for a bottle?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:34 UTC+1 No.5498997 Report

>>5498913
I'm not a massive fan of trappist beers or Belgian strong ales, but I haven't much experience with them either.

Like (but don't love) Leffe Blonde, Westmalle Dubbel, and tripel karmeliet.

Want to try some lambics and more Saisons though.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:36 UTC+1 No.5499001 Report

I'm a fan of most of Sweetwater's Beers because they're local and I get them cheap (except the Waterkeeper. Waterkeeper is garbage and tastes like skunked beer). They have the best IPA on the market.

+$5.12
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:43 UTC+1 No.5499006 Report

>>5498975
They usually run around $9-$10 for a 6 pack here
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:55 UTC+1 No.5499022 Report

>>5498997
>Like (but don't love) Leffe Blonde, Westmalle Dubbel, and tripel karmeliet.

I was going to suggest Tripel Karmeliet, lol.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)15:59 UTC+1 No.5499024 Report

>>5499006
Guess that's reasonable. bit more expensive than most beers in europe but fine.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)16:18 UTC+1 No.5499043 Report

>>5498691
I love their All Day IPA. I'd drink quite a bit of that if it weren't so expensive here.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)16:52 UTC+1 No.5499075 Report

Damn, it's too hard to pick favorites

But I will say that Founder's is fucking awesome

Top 5 in the country no doubt

pic is one of my favorites from them, I'm a sucker for rye.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:07 UTC+1 No.5499090 Report

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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:16 UTC+1 No.5499103 Report

>>5498878

People were saying that hoppy beers were going out of fashion ten years ago. Whoops!

Anyway, the new "fad" right now is Berliner Weiss. I'm seeing them everywhere lately.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:18 UTC+1 No.5499106 Report

>>5499043

I pay $18 for a 15 pack of All Day IPA. That's more than reasonable, honestly.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:18 UTC+1 No.5499107 Report

>>5499103

Depends on what "fashion" means. Trends start with a small core of taste makers and spread out to the masses. Even a few years ago saying you didn't like hoppy beers was met with universal derision and mockery on /ck/. Now, not so much. So obviously the masses are finally catching up to what hipsters predicted 10 years ago.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:26 UTC+1 No.5499116 Report

Beer is overpriced. Take a hike beahs.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:28 UTC+1 No.5499124 Report

I live in Grand Rapids so my roommate was able to get his hands on pic related. He's a massive jew tho so he never even offered me a taste.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:29 UTC+1 No.5499125 Report

Dark Horse Too Cream Stout

so so tasty
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:31 UTC+1 No.5499128 Report

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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:34 UTC+1 No.5499129 Report

Why are Americans so much into sweet and chocolate flavored beers?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:36 UTC+1 No.5499131 Report

>>5499129
They aren't really sweet IMO.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:41 UTC+1 No.5499140 Report

>>5499129
They do not actually like beer because their candy filled upbringing ruined their taste buds. that's why they ruin beer.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:44 UTC+1 No.5499145 Report

>>5499103
>Anyway, the new "fad" right now is Berliner Weiss. I'm seeing them everywhere lately.

Is that the American approach to beer brewing? Take something that has been around forever, slap a hipstery logo on it and market it as something that an obscure micro "brewery" came up with?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:47 UTC+1 No.5499147 Report

>>5499145
Wheat beers are not a recent "fad" it's just that imported beer was always really expensive here so people started making it on their own rather than paying shitloads for say hoegaarden.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:48 UTC+1 No.5499149 Report

>>5499140
I love American beer, I don't think it's the best in the world but it's def the most interesting. The worst thing about it for me is it's harder to find and I don't like a lot of the graphic design on the labels.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)17:50 UTC+1 No.5499152 Report

>>5499145
>muh innovation

There are few things more annoying than an American 21-25 year old "beer guy" who thinks he's the first to discover something that's been around forever. Well, ok. "Scotch guys" may be almost as bad.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)18:07 UTC+1 No.5499174 Report

>>5498697
>Disproving bait
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)18:16 UTC+1 No.5499196 Report

Redstripe is the go to. I like Unibroue (?) Maudite...never see it around anymore though. They always had cool romanticism paintings on the labels.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)19:23 UTC+1 No.5499325 Report

I bet none of you have tried this one. Its my favorite.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)20:00 UTC+1 No.5499395 Report

>>5498644
>>5498652
>>5498691
>>5499124
>>5499125
I prefer to squeeze my own.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)20:02 UTC+1 No.5499398 Report

Are there any commercial brewers here on /ck/?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)20:25 UTC+1 No.5499427 Report

>>5499398

>anyone of any importance on 4chan

What do you think?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)20:29 UTC+1 No.5499432 Report

>>5499398
>>5499427

there actually is a guy here who often posts pics of a decently-sized commercial set-up he's got.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:45 UTC+1 No.5499884 Report

>>5498941
>dirty glass
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:46 UTC+1 No.5499888 Report

>>5499884
>what is carbonation
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:47 UTC+1 No.5499894 Report

pretty much take your pick, I'm a huge fucking pleb though so beer is kind of out of my league
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:47 UTC+1 No.5499896 Report

If you have a favorite beer you're not drinking enough beer.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:50 UTC+1 No.5499904 Report

>Muh hops
Americans are good at proclaiming to be the best in the world at everything and ruining the thing they claim to be the best at.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:56 UTC+1 No.5499921 Report

>>5499904
>implying more =\= better

What are you some kind of communist queer?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)23:21 UTC+1 No.5499973 Report

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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)23:23 UTC+1 No.5499977 Report

>>5499973
enjoy your HFCS
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)00:01 UTC+1 No.5500044 Report

>>5499888

DAT glASS is still dirty.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)00:03 UTC+1 No.5500047 Report

Stone Enjoy by 7/04 just hit my local store, and damn is it good
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)00:15 UTC+1 No.5500067 Report

I like Asahi.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)01:36 UTC+1 No.5500283 Report

>>5500044

But it aint
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)02:09 UTC+1 No.5500351 Report

Feeling good enjoying some cheap Black Ice tonight, it's not my favorite beer though. I like to try all kinds of new beers when I find them, some are much better suited for certain moods than other for me.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)02:16 UTC+1 No.5500365 Report

>>5498878
>obern
>sun logo

Is that a coincidence or are you seriously gonna tell me you're drinking a game a fucking game of thrones beer
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)02:49 UTC+1 No.5500460 Report

>>5498644
>stout
>chocolate
>coffee

Why have I never seen this in Texas??
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)02:54 UTC+1 No.5500475 Report

>>5500365
coincidence, ommegang does the GoT beers not Bells
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:09 UTC+1 No.5500523 Report

>>5500365

Oberyn, not Oberon, and the House Martell has an orange sun being shot through with a yellow spear.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:11 UTC+1 No.5500530 Report

>>5500523
the beer clearly says oberon
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:13 UTC+1 No.5500537 Report

>>5500530

The character from Game of Thrones is Oberyn, dipshit.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:15 UTC+1 No.5500542 Report

>>5499977
my sides
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:15 UTC+1 No.5500546 Report

>>5500537
but he was talking about the beer, dipshit
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:22 UTC+1 No.5500577 Report

>>5500546

He was talking about Game of Thrones, anyone with two brain cells to rub together would have figured it out from the context.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:25 UTC+1 No.5500588 Report

>>5500577
>is that Oberon beer in the picture a game of thrones beer

sounds to me like he was talking about the beer
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)03:34 UTC+1 No.5500612 Report

>>5500588

ok, stay dumb.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)04:12 UTC+1 No.5500761 Report

I like torpedo IPA by Sierra Nevada as my every store go to. Stone also makes some good beers. Russian River brewco is god tier, but hard to find.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)04:48 UTC+1 No.5500878 Report

>>5500365

You watch too much television. I have no idea what obern is, the only reason I know about game of thrones is that the guy next to me at work won't shut the fuck up about it.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)04:49 UTC+1 No.5500880 Report

Tried a number of Belgian sours and this was my favorite. Also the first one I had, coincidentally.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)04:50 UTC+1 No.5500882 Report

>>5500878
kek
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)05:16 UTC+1 No.5500952 Report

Not Your Father's Root Beer. I don't know of any where to get it but on tap at a World of Beer near my place. I think it's 10% and I like to put vanilla ice cream in it
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)05:27 UTC+1 No.5500981 Report

>>5500047
I love Enjoy By. It needs to hit my store like now.
>>5499103
The 2014 trend is session IPAs for sure. Everyone is putting one out and most of them are grassy messes. Founders All Day is the only one that doesn't taste like an unbalanced mess to me.
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Eddy 06/08/14(Sun)05:33 UTC+1 No.5500996 Report

Love orval all time hands down best. Kinda over the ipa game after years of topper.
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Eddy 06/08/14(Sun)05:36 UTC+1 No.5501005 Report

Just picked this up can't wait to drink it
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Eddy 06/08/14(Sun)05:49 UTC+1 No.5501036 Report

Session beers. Ha all beer is session beer. God damn hipsters I've been seeing lots of pepper beers lately. And mango seems to a popular one too. Springhouse brewing has some good stuff their lil gruesome and big gruesome... a pb&j stout and a Choc. Peanutbutter stout. Also make some other great beers with some random flavors. An eggnog stout. Duclaw makes some interesting flavors too. Been drinking a lot of sours and wheats but that's because tis the season. You all on untapped? Drtyn8
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Eddy 06/08/14(Sun)05:51 UTC+1 No.5501040 Report

I hear the enjoy by will be stopping soon. So enjoy now
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:03 UTC+1 No.5501069 Report

>>5498644
I love this any time, really
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:06 UTC+1 No.5501074 Report

>>5501069
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:06 UTC+1 No.5501076 Report

Awesome local brew (local for me anyway)
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:10 UTC+1 No.5501092 Report

>>5499145
nailed it. I worked for a few local breweries in my city, their "brainstorming" sessions involve trying new beers, trying (usually failing) to reproduce them, and then slapping an ironic name on the batch.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:14 UTC+1 No.5501110 Report

>>5498841

where do you live where cantillon still sits on the shelves
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:23 UTC+1 No.5501130 Report

>>5501005
That is a great saison. Their new one with lemongrass is decent too (Sonnet).

I am like 12 in, I don't even.
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Serkit 06/08/14(Sun)06:48 UTC+1 No.5501171 Report

>>5501076
I've had Buffalo Sweat, Halcyon, Vanilla Bean Buffalo Sweat, and 8-Bit Pale Ale. How is that one?
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:50 UTC+1 No.5501173 Report

Love this one.
Also, question. I got a Duvel glass, right? I've been using it as a substitute for a tulip glass, but it's pretty huge since Duvel has a huge head. How exactly does the remaining empty space affect other beers poured into the glass?
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)06:53 UTC+1 No.5501177 Report

>>5501171
I didn't like it at first, but it really grew on me. It has an odd bitterness, almost like ground coriander. It really comes alive as it approaches room temperature, the fruitiness comes out and it tastes and smells...ripe for lack of a better word. Try it.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:15 UTC+1 No.5501432 Report

>>5500981
>>5501040
I'm at IL and Enjoy by literally just hit th store today. Bottled 1 week ago. Fresh as hell.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:31 UTC+1 No.5501453 Report

>>5499024
>>5498975
Comes out to $2 or so per smaller bottle or $10 or so for 6pack. Whether it's worth it or not is up to you but they sell Michelob here for $7/6pack so it's just $3 more for 3000x better beer.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:32 UTC+1 No.5501455 Report

>>5498878
everything mentioned prior to this is stouts, what's extreem about stouts you fucking shit?
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:44 UTC+1 No.5501469 Report

the IIPAs, IPAs, experimental beers, and generally everything on tap at barley brown's beer. right now probably the "head shake" IIPA. they dont bottle yet, just send kegs all over

pallet jack ipa took home gold in the largest category judged - american style ipa

shredder's wheat - gold - american style wheat beer

hand truck pale ale - gold - international style pale ale

don vanuchi "the killer" - silver - foreign style stout

fresh hop pallet jack - bronze - fresh hop ale
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:56 UTC+1 No.5501480 Report

>>5499129
Not really sweet at all and not "chocolate flavored" like ice cream or anything like that. They have a coffee and very dark chocolate aroma and appearance.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:57 UTC+1 No.5501482 Report

>>5499973
pls go
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:58 UTC+1 No.5501483 Report

>>5500460
You don't go out much? Texas has a billion breweries, at least one makes a decent stout
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)09:59 UTC+1 No.5501484 Report

>>5500761
Russian River is impossible to find in the midwest

>>5500880
I think this is a 9.5/10 beer
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)10:00 UTC+1 No.5501486 Report

>>5501005
>ruining a saison with maple syrup
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)12:42 UTC+1 No.5501652 Report

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Eddy 06/08/14(Sun)13:55 UTC+1 No.5501775 Report

>>5501486
You may have the wrong idea about this one... it uses the maple syrup as adjuntduring fermentation instead of sugar IMO this should make for an honest saision. Not traditional in the Flemish sense but this is America and especially for the northeast syrup making is very traditional to farm living. I unlike some people put thought into selecting beers and Saisons are some of my favorites. That being said Allagash saison was not good but people keep saying it is.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)14:11 UTC+1 No.5501815 Report

>>5499106
In here, it's 3,20 euro/0,33 litre bottle. If it cost that much in here, I'd drink it regularly and buy more than one bottle at a time.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)14:49 UTC+1 No.5501875 Report

>>5501652
>putting mikkeller in a founder's cup

You just voided the warranty young man
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)14:51 UTC+1 No.5501878 Report

>>5501875
Not my image. I drink sours and lambics from a Riedel Vinum Extreme Pinot Noir glass.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)14:55 UTC+1 No.5501883 Report

>>5501878

Oh fuck you just reminded me that riedel is having the last day of their clearance sale today. Should I load up? It's not like I NEED more wine glasses but at the same time they're gonna be cheap
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)14:58 UTC+1 No.5501888 Report

>>5501883
I got the aforementioned glass, the Sommelier Burgundy (Yes, the very large and expensive one) and the Sommelier Cognac XO, which I use for whisky.

They are great glasses and I highly recommend them. They sure increase my drinking experience by a large amount. Not because they make things taste or smell better, but simply because they are beautiful.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)15:11 UTC+1 No.5501907 Report

>>5501888

Are they terribly fragile? I used to have some nice glasses that a female guest broke just by sticking a sponge in the bowl. Never let a woman in your kitchen, but that's another story. I replaced them with some super-glass stuff that feels like glass but you can basically hurl against the wall and they won't break (so probably some kind of plastic). Sounds really terrible but at least I don't have to worry about letting a woman handle my nice stuff.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)15:15 UTC+1 No.5501914 Report

>>5501907
If you have broken other glasses, you will also break these. They are very fragile and you have to be careful. The stem is thin and the bowl itself is very thin.

I have never broken a glass in my life, because I care for my things, but if you let other people wash them up, I would skip the offer. They will break at some point if you don't take care.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)15:22 UTC+1 No.5501925 Report

>>5501914

Well shit. Maybe I'll buy one or two just for myself and when I have a female over I'll take out the plastic sippy cups.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)15:23 UTC+1 No.5501926 Report

>>5501925
Good idea. I just have one of each for myself. The rest of my family can drink out of what ever the hell they want. They break shit left and right, and I don't trust them with $100+ glasses.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)16:41 UTC+1 No.5502028 Report

For me, my favourite has to be Old Speckled Hen (Pic Related). I also like Old Tom, which is a very similar and bloody fantastic, but the bottles are smaller than the bottles of Speckled.

Now I dunno why these are my favourite, if anyone knows any similar ales or what makes them taste so damn good, please tell me, it'd be much appreciated
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)16:43 UTC+1 No.5502031 Report

>>5502028

Fuck sakes, try this again
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)19:03 UTC+1 No.5502349 Report

>>5499024
I'm used to paying 3 for £5 (500ml bottles) and £2-3 for more expensive beers, usually in smaller bottles too. Isn't that quite a bit more than 6 for $10?
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)19:06 UTC+1 No.5502355 Report

>>5501173
The fragrances will stay in the empty space more.

>tfw use a weizen glass as a tulip glass
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)19:08 UTC+1 No.5502358 Report

>>5502031
>old speckled hen
seriously? nice glass though

>>5501455
>darkest beer
>what's extreme about it
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)19:11 UTC+1 No.5502363 Report

one of the better beers you'll find in Wisconsin.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)20:33 UTC+1 No.5502616 Report

>>5501878

>fancy wine glassware

Just pour that shit in a pint glass, son.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)20:41 UTC+1 No.5502659 Report

>>5502616
No thanks. I drink all my beer from wine glasses. More aroma, son.
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Anonymous 06/08/14(Sun)20:44 UTC+1 No.5502671 Report

>>5502363
I love New Glarus' approach to make every one of their beers be a "session" beer. Always balanced and refreshing.
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Anonymous 06/09/14(Mon)09:49 UTC+1 No.5503540 Report

>>5502358
>judging beers just based on colors

this is how I know you don't know jackshit about beer
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Anonymous 06/09/14(Mon)09:50 UTC+1 No.5503544 Report

>>5501775
You might be right, but I've had some gimmicky Southern Tier beers before and I wouldn't surprised if they made a saison and just added maple syrup to it to be epic
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Anonymous 06/09/14(Mon)11:30 UTC+1 No.5503643 Report

>>5500283
The carbonation wouldn't be sticking to the sides if there wasn't some kind of residue there.
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Anonymous 06/09/14(Mon)14:34 UTC+1 No.5503818 Report

>>5502363

IL here. Is New Glarus found everywhere in WI or would I have to go to a specialty liquor store? Only beer I've had from them is Spotted Cow, which, while decent, isn't really anything special. But I've heard there are better offerings from them. I'll definitely look into Moon Man, but what else is there?
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)00:52 UTC+1 No.5505098 Report

Any oak aged IPA ive ever had has been outstanding.
Cigar City White Oak Jai Alai
Dogfish Head Burton Baton IPA
Innis & Gunn Toasted Oak IPA
Great Divide Rumble IPA

Normal IPAs dont really faze me that much, but these for some reason make my boypussy wet
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)03:08 UTC+1 No.5505474 Report

>>5498644
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)03:24 UTC+1 No.5505514 Report

>>5505098

oak-aged anything gives me a sheboner
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)03:32 UTC+1 No.5505526 Report

Westbrook Mexican Cake.
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)03:58 UTC+1 No.5505582 Report

>>5505474
straight piss
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)04:32 UTC+1 No.5505658 Report

>>5505526
This. Bought the last bottle my usual store had last Friday. So good
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Anonymous 06/10/14(Tue)06:02 UTC+1 No.5505851 Report

>>5505658
Their Gose is fucking incredible.
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