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While making dinner tonight, Goose Island Christmas Ale. Nice.
 
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Ranger IPA.
 
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Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest.
 
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Had the Brooklyn Brewery Black Ops last weekend. Fantastic stout. Unbelievably smooth.
 
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Not a beer, but tonight I tried an Angry Orchard Crisp Apple. Very nice, but I'm afraid I could go through a six pack very quickly.


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Paid a visit to the Old Redwood Brewing Company in Windsor yesterday, yum.
 
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Had the Brooklyn Brewery Black Ops last weekend. Fantastic stout. Unbelievably smooth.


Have not had that for a few years. Was great when we did from large bottle
 
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New Glarus Laughing Fox. Outstanding!


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Coney island lager after golf. Tasty
 
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Russian River Brewing Co. Pliny the Younger...whats the big deal besides that it's limited production(two weeks our of the year)? I heard a rumor of a line 4 hours long at the brewery and just about the same with advanced ticket purchase at a Harry's Hofbrau in San Jose for $10.
 
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St bernardus Abt 12
 
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Old Mecklenburg Brewery "OMB" Mechtoberfest. Delicious seasonal beer brewed right here in N.C.


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St bernardus Abt 12


I love this beer on tap.
 
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Pere Jacques 2012 by Goose Island
 
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Tonight at the Lazyboy brewpub, I sampled their:
Amber ale
Double Imperial IPA
TyPA
Regular IPA
Oatmeal stout
Hefeweizen


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Berne unfiltered unpasteurized amber larger; 8 weeks brewing time!


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Old Mecklenburg Brewery "OMB" Mechtoberfest. Delicious seasonal beer brewed right here in N.C.


Peter, I assume you have had their "Copper"???


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Sapporo
 
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Thirsty Goat Amber from Thirsty Planet


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Cleaning the house before vacation, cooling off with

3 Floyds Zombie Dust
New Albion (Sam Adams)


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Half pints of .. Beau's Winterbrew (coffee amber), Beyond The Pale's pink fuzz (grapefruit wheat), Ashton Brewing Co.'s vanilla porter.
 
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Half pints of .. Beau's Winterbrew (coffee amber), Beyond The Pale's pink fuzz (grapefruit wheat), Ashton Brewing Co.'s vanilla porter.


Sorry if this has already been covered, but how tall are you, exactly??
 
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Half pints of .. Beau's Winterbrew (coffee amber), Beyond The Pale's pink fuzz (grapefruit wheat), Ashton Brewing Co.'s vanilla porter.


Sorry if this has already been covered, but how tall are you, exactly??



I believe she is half pint size if I remember correctly Smile


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Newcastle Brown Ale.
 
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Karl Strauss Red Trolley Ale


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