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I am drinking Mahr's Weisse and I think it is awesome.
 
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Old Brown Dog Ale; had a xx amber earlier.
 
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I don't drink beer, but if I did, it would be Heater Allen (shameless plug here for another wino's business)

http://www.heaterallen.com/


"When I drink, I think; and when I think, I drink." Francois Rabelais
 
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Foret. My favorite.


"What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch?" -- W.C. Fields
 
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While in the Philippines recently for two weeks, Red Horse Ale, a new favorite. Just need to find where I can buy it here.
 
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sapporo


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Schlafly Pumpkin Ale. DELICIOUS.


"And it tastes so f-ing good."-Maya(Sideways)
 
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Samuel Smith Organic Lager
 
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This past Saturday - Augustiner Edelstoff Helles.

Looking forward to the start of Oktoberfest this coming Saturday...
 
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Sweetwater 420

I actually have some home brew that has finished fermentation. I will bottle this week.
 
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tonight with moules et frite, Kronenbourg Blanc (on tap). French wheat beer, very tasty.


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Hit up a couple of pubs on a lazy Sunday yesterday. Beer of the day was Fuller’s IPA.
 
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This past Saturday - Augustiner Edelstoff Helles.

Looking forward to the start of Oktoberfest this coming Saturday...


My favorite beer. Ever.

Yesterday: Rogue Dead Guy.


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Sierra Nevada - Torpedo - I think that it is their double IPA. wow, powerful, good stuff.


Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions and more tolerance. - Benjamin Franklin

 
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In the fridge:
Fat Tire - recently became available in GA.
Blue Moon Summer Ale.
 
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Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale.


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Longboard Island Lager from Kona Brewing Company... Excellent! Sierra Nevada would be my second choice.



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yesterday was full of captain lawrence liquid gold, sixpoints sweet action and blue point octoberfest.


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Go Yankees! Razz


 
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i drank alot of that the last time i was in asheville. not bad at all.

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Sweetwater 420


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Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale.


There's a joke in there somewhere. Razz Big Grin
 
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Goose Island Pere Jacques. Skunky Mad, I'm taking the remaining three back to Trader Joe's.


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Dogfish Head Punkin (Pumpkin) Ale
 
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Paulaner "Oktober Fest" Lager
 
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Sat. night at my friends going away party we had a Struis Cuvee Delphine, which is Black Albert(beer cousin of Fat Big Grin)aged in Four Roses Bourbon Brls, '04 Cantillon Lou Pepe Kriek and a 3L of Triple Karmeliet.


Lifes too short to drink bad wine!!
 
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Last brewski was a Blind Pig IPA at the Russian River Brew Pub


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