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  1. #131
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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by AaronWF View Post
    They must have pegged me for a Jew then, as I was shut out when the tickets sold out in what seemed like less than 1 minute. Ironic, because Hannukah IS in November this year. I really enjoyed it last year... You'll have to give me pointers on how to nab tickets for next year!
    I looked for ye but did not find. My only tip is to use multiple browsers or computers when trying to buy tix for these kinds of events. Increases your chances of being able to actually get tix into your cart.
    "Delicious... bourbon. Brownest of the brown liquors... so tempting. What's that? You want me to drink you?" -Lionel Hutz

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    2XIPA from Southern Tier Brewing. Kind of a generic IPA, but it's certainly better than how my Packer's are playing
    Lead me not into temptation - I can find the way myself

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Sam Adams Winter Lager. Not really digging this one to be honest.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    The lager and the ale are my favorites from SA.
    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? Fall '13

    Deschutes Chasin' Freshies. Tastes more like a wet-hopped lager, if such a thing exists. Still tasty though.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    Hopslam, I do not buy that you have to drink it right away. Still very tasty.

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    I almost never do. Maybe one just to try it out "fresh" but most I drink after 6 or more months. Some after a year or more and I still find them enjoyable. Different, but enjoyable.
    That yella whiskey runnin' down my throat like honey dew vine water and I took another slash…

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    This is why you're one of my favorite people on SB, Aaron. You always keep me entertained. Nicely played.
    I'll take it! Cheers, Joe!

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    A nice guy from out of state made an imperial stout in one of our 5-gal barrels... he sent us a bottle and we're tasting it now. Very well done brew. I like it a lot because it's well-balanced. Has everything I like about a nice barrel aged stout without the syrupy sweetness and boozy character.

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by Balcones Winston View Post
    A nice guy from out of state made an imperial stout in one of our 5-gal barrels... he sent us a bottle and we're tasting it now. Very well done brew. I like it a lot because it's well-balanced. Has everything I like about a nice barrel aged stout without the syrupy sweetness and boozy character.
    Would think at least a bit of boozyness is kind of the point with a stout aged in a whiskey barrel. I would be a bit disappointed otherwise!
    That yella whiskey runnin' down my throat like honey dew vine water and I took another slash…

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    Re: What Beer Are You Drinking? Fall '13

    Quote Originally Posted by Balcones Winston View Post
    A nice guy from out of state made an imperial stout in one of our 5-gal barrels... he sent us a bottle and we're tasting it now. Very well done brew. I like it a lot because it's well-balanced. Has everything I like about a nice barrel aged stout without the syrupy sweetness and boozy character.
    Was it Tim from Urban Legend in Westmont, IL? I had a taste of his Krispy Karl Imperial Stout aged in a Balcone's Blue Corn barrel last spring months before the brewery opened, and it was quite good. Lots of green apple notes.
    "Delicious... bourbon. Brownest of the brown liquors... so tempting. What's that? You want me to drink you?" -Lionel Hutz

 

 

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