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    What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    New Holland Dragons Milk. A good bourbon strong ale but not a favorite.

    Bo and Luke from Against the Grain in Louisville is being bottled. Hoping to get ahold of a couple of cases. A fantastic smoked stout aged in pvw barrels. It was originally a colab with de molen. 14% abv.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    This is what happens when the wife heads to Ikea and I head somewhere else...

    3x Founders Double Trouble
    2x Flying Dog Double Dog
    Flying Dog Horn Dog
    Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
    Lagunitas Undercover Investigation Shut-Down Ale
    Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout
    Sixpoint Resin Imperial IPA

    22oz.
    2x Great Divide Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout (obviously)
    2x Stone Double Bastard Ale
    2x Stone Ruin Ten
    2x Three Floyds Rabbid Rabbit
    2X Three Floyds Apocalypse Cow
    Three Floyds Blackheart UK IPA
    Lagunitas Lucky 13 Red Ale
    Avery Maharaja IPA
    Heavy Seas The Big DIPA
    Stone Russian Imperial Stout
    2x Southern Tier Choklat Stout
    2x Hoppin' Frog BORIS the Crusher Oatmeal Imperial Stout

    and a mixed six of Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale, Avery Old Jubilation Ale, Rail Splitter IPA, Old Brown Dog Ale, Founders Porter, and Mad River Double Dread.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    Awesome, Double Dog was one of my favorite DIPAs until a few years ago when they stopped distribution to TX. Is the quality the same as a few years ago (or better?)

    I contacted the brewery and asked if I could order some DD and they just sent me a free t-shrirt which I happen to be wearing.
    I've never tried GTS with any sort of soda. Maybe I'm missing out; but I'm OK with that.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    Apparently I drank all of the Double Dog in WV by the end of January and haven't seen it anywhere since. This was a trip about 2 hours into KY and then north to Ohio, which is where I found the DD. A little overpriced (I'm used to paying 11.49, these were 14.99) but as long as it's as good as it was 6 months ago it's worth every penny.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    Yeah, it has a great malt "backbone" to balance out the hops. I think it was about $11 around here.

    ...and it can handle being stored in the fridge for long periods if you need to go stock up.
    I've never tried GTS with any sort of soda. Maybe I'm missing out; but I'm OK with that.

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    What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    I bought this place out of that and the double trouble. Double Dog, more than any other beer I've had, reminds me of the amazing Dogfish 120.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    I have a love/hate relationship with DFH 120. When I love it, I love it. I have to be in the mood for that one. I actually think it's better at close to room temp...and we still get that one here for about $10 a bottle (expensive!)

    I can see how you would make that correlation.
    I've never tried GTS with any sort of soda. Maybe I'm missing out; but I'm OK with that.

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    What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    DFH120 is not available here, but usually I'm lucky enough to have one smuggled in around Thanksgiving. Perhaps it's the rarity, or the time of year, but it's one that I feel extremely positively about. And you're right it's much better around 55-60 degrees.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    Good job Josh!

    My gal has been gone all week, vacationing with her Mom. Glad to have her back, especially because she brought me beer! Having a Cigar City Brewing Florida Cracker right now. It's a white ale brewed with curaçao peel and coriander. It's super zesty with plenty of carb. Nothing too complex here, but certainly a nice easy drinker.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Summer '13

    Harviestough Old Engine Oil Reserve followed up by a Green Flash Double Stout,man am I loving this cool weather in June.I have been on a run with thick rich beer lately so I hope the weather sticks around so I can keep pounding away.
    "To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
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