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Rogue Dead Guy Ale


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"One may dislike carrots, spinach, beetroot, or the skin on hot milk. But not wine. It is like hating the air that one breathes, since each is equally indispensable."

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Liefmans Goudenband
Jester King Funk Metal


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Liefmans Goudenband


Do you like this?
 
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Liefmans Goudenband


Do you like this?
Absolutely. A touch sour and tart with a subtle maltiness. Hard to put it down.


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Liefmans Goudenband


Do you like this?
Absolutely. A touch sour and tart with a subtle maltiness. Hard to put it down.


I like the one they do with cherries as well. Cuvee-Brut.
 
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2 x Goose Island Bitter Cold, cask-conditioned
Goose Island Sofie
3 x Guinness
 
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Schell's Firebrick.
 
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Stone Cali-Belgie IPA
 
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Last night at the Hawks game in the Stadium Club, Goose Island Pepe Nero. Reminded me of a Negra Modello.
 
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Last night at the Hawks game in the Stadium Club, Goose Island Pepe Nero. Reminded me of a Negra Modello.


Are you sure they brought the beer you ordered?
 
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Last night at the Hawks game in the Stadium Club, Goose Island Pepe Nero. Reminded me of a Negra Modello.


Are you sure they brought the beer you ordered?


Big Grin I'm sure - it was in a bottle.
 
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just bought some
2012 Sierra Nevada Narwhal Imperial Stout
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Kona Pipeline Porter


Be good and you will be lonesome. S.L. Clemens
 
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Yesterday with lunch. All served on draught:

* Goose Island Honkers Ale
* Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
* Ballast Point Victory At Sea Coffee Vanilla Imperial Porter


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Firestone Parabola (glad I purchased a case last year!)
Simtra Triple IPA from Knee Deep Brewery
Pliny the Elder
Mikkeller Beer Geek Brunch
Racer 15 Double IPA
Midnight Sun XXX Black IPA
Ballast Point "Tongue Buckler" Imperial Red Ale
 
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Beau's Lug Tread...yawn...
 
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Bell's HopSlam... finally.

I really like it. Much more balance than the Lagunitas Sucks. Cleaner, very nicely-made beer. Really enjoyed this.
 
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Guinness.
 
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- Trappistes Rochefort 8
 
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My Beers of Choice? (what I am drinking)

- Sixpoint Resin
- Sixpoint 3Bean
- Founders Breakfast Oatmeal Stout
- OscarBlues TenFidy Stoud
- Ballast Point - Sculpin
- GreenFlash - Palate Wrecker

To name only a FEW!
 
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- Ballast Point - Sculpin


This incredible IPA stands second only to Pliny.
 
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Negra Modelo


"Won't someone tell me what it is they all want?"
 
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- Ballast Point - Sculpin


This incredible IPA stands second only to Pliny.


Could not agree more!
 
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Bell's HopSlam... finally.

I really like it. Much more balance than the Lagunitas Sucks. Cleaner, very nicely-made beer. Really enjoyed this.


Just finished another and second bottle was a lot cleaner crisper and better all around.
 
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Jester King Das Uberkind
3 Floyds Zombie Dust


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3 Floyds Zombie Dust


Did you get this in state or somebody get it to you kind of a thing?


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