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i bought a bunch of Lagunitas Sucks yesterday. I'll be cracking one open tonight.
 
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Last night

Sam Adams New Albion
Lagunitas Sucks


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Yesterday at lunch. All on tap:

* Deep Ellum Darkest Hour (pretty good, finish a bit weak for such a big beer)
* Left Hand Fade To Black Vol. 4 (nice black ale with just enough IBU not to overpower)
* St. Feullien Triple (A bit lightweight, lemons dominate)


Nice lunch. Maybe you need to change your Moniker.
 
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2 pints of palm belgium for lunch


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2 pints of palm belgium for lunch


this f*cking guy...
 
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Last night

Sam Adams New Albion
Lagunitas Sucks


What'd you think?
 
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2 pints of palm belgium for lunch


this f*cking guy...


ugh that 1 lb burger is making me soo sleeeepy.


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Last night

Sam Adams New Albion
Lagunitas Sucks


What'd you think?
Thought it sucked. It was heavy and overly hoppy. I'm not the biggest hop fan, but I like hops that are light on their feet, crisp and refreshing. This was dense, loud and unbalanced.


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Last night

Sam Adams New Albion
Lagunitas Sucks


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Thought it sucked. It was heavy and overly hoppy. I'm not the biggest hop fan, but I like hops that are light on their feet, crisp and refreshing. This was dense, loud and unbalanced.


same boat.


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Havent opened them yet but I just procured 3 bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops. I'm so very excited.
 
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Flying Dog Raging Bitch Belgian Pale Ale.
 
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Havent opened them yet but I just procured 3 bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops. I'm so very excited.


Nice. I've heard good things.

I'm having a Lagunitas Sucks right now, and I'll say, I really like it. It's hoppy as hell (smells like I've stuck my nose into a bag of hops), but it's very floral, and I like the body.

Then again, I'm into serious over-hoppage right now.
 
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Fulton Lonely Blonde Ale.
 
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Bell's Hopslam
 
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Bell's Hopslam


thoughts?

I've asked a local shop to hold a few packs for me when it comes in.
 
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Havent opened them yet but I just procured 3 bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops. I'm so very excited.


Nice. I've heard good things.



We'll have to open one up when you are up here next month.
 
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Havent opened them yet but I just procured 3 bottles of Brooklyn Black Ops. I'm so very excited.


Nice. I've heard good things.



We'll have to open one up when you are up here next month.
I hear it's not a bottle one can drink alone. I'd plan on sharing it.


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Originally posted by billhike:

If you guys like Belgian-style beers, then hopefully Pere Jacques will be one of the GI beers heading that way on tap. It's phenomenal.


Bill, I was thinking about this last night and wondered if you've had an aged Pere Jacques? I've noticed that they are vintage dated, and the bottle says that it will develop in bottle for up to five years.

Scubarex, I don't know how often you check-in here, but I know you cellar beer. Have you had this aged?
 
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I know I've bought Pere Jacques from different years, but have not compared side by side.
 
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Bell's Hopslam


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I've asked a local shop to hold a few packs for me when it comes in.


It was good; if you like IPA's you'll enjoy it. Lot of grapefruit/pineapple with some huge hopiness to it.

I'm a huge fan of the Pliny and to me the Pliny still outclasses this. With that being said I like my IPA's a lot crisper and precise. The Hopslam was a little sloppy to me compared to the Pliny but excellent in it's own regard and happy that I have several more to drink thru.
 
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Ballast Point Brewing Company Lager Longfin
 
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Green Flash & Brasserie St. Feuillien Bière De L'Amitié
Eel River Triple Exultation (YUM!)
Anthem Cherry Cider


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Yeesterday - Two Brothers 91 Shilling. In about 2-1/2 hours, I will be staring at many tap handles at Goose Island. Winner
 
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Anthem Cherry Cider


Never tried a cherry cider before. Heck, I've never even seen one. Impressions?


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Anthem Cherry Cider


Never tried a cherry cider before. Heck, I've never even seen one. Impressions?
This one is very dry and pleasantly tart. Not a typical cider, I really liked it.


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