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Recently had several beers at Rooster Fish Brewing in Watkins Glen in the Finger Lakes. All of their styles I tried were quite well done. I'm not a Hefeweizen guy but enjoyed theirs - the bananna and clove notes were a bit understated which I liked. Fantastic IPA, Nut Brown Ale and coffee porter. My one gripe would be the darker/heavier beers being served too cold and in refrigerated glasses. Very tasty other than that, though.
 
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Westvleteren 12 with a good friend Big Grin
 
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Really liking Great Divide Collette. Loved a Lips of Faith la Folie last weekend. That is wild stuff, and just awesome. Gonna have to track down more sour beers now.
 
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Westvleteren 12 with a good friend Big Grin


Bravo! One of my very favorite beers. I have never had one that was not very special.
 
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bintang- the budweiser of indonesia... cheaper than a bottle of water at restaurants.

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The Dude abides.
 
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bintang- the budweiser of indonesia... cheaper than a bottle of water at restaurants.


well then, they don't leave you much of a choice! Cool
 
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This weekend:

On tap:

Bell's 2 Hearted
Kelly's Southernmost Brewery Red Ale

Bottles

Kona Brewing - Longboard Lager
Yuengling
Bud Light while playing tennis
 
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Caldera IPA (right out of good ol' Ashland, OR)


Cheers!
 
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Tonight:

Stone and Duke's Farm to Table Beer Dinner

6:30PM
Welcome Beer: Stone Levitation
Paired with: Lake Superior Whitefish Fish Fry with House-made Gribiche

7:00PM
Cali-Belgique
Paired with: Duke’s Field Green Salad tossed with Cali-Belgique-Strawberry Vinaigrette and Fresh Goat Cheese

Sublimely Self Righteous
Paired with: Duck Confit Tacos with Stone Levitation BBQ Sauce, Smoked Nichols Farm Cabbage Slaw, Habanero Salsa, Heritage Prairie Farm Micro Greens, and Queso Fresco wrapped in Corn Tortillas. Served with Spanish style rice and beans.

Ruination
Paired with: Nichols Farm Baby Carrot Cake with Ancho Chile Cream Cheese Frosting

9:00PM
Tapping of Stone’s Russian Imperial Stout


I've been looking forward to this one for a couple of months now.
 
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The entire Saison Dupont lineup. The (dry) organic, biodynamic, honey ale is incredible.

FWIW: this is, generally speaking, my favorite beer line in the world. And Foret remains my favorite "classic" beer, but man that honey beer was good, too.


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Midas Touch
Pliny the Elder
Mikkeller "Sorachi Ace" IPA
Baird Beer "The Carpenter's Mikan Ale"


"This may be the wine talking but I want some more wine"
 
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Lagunitas IPA


Romeo and Juliet are together in eternity....

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS - 2010 and 2012 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS!!!
 
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Bell's Oberon
 
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Anyone try the Stone Green Tea IPA yet. I picked up a couple today so I hope to crack them tomorrow once they are chilled down.
 
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Sierra Nevada Summerfest after a hard day of watching the movers pick up my stuff. Cleaning and yard work all weekend and then I move 200 more bottles of wine to Virginia


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Lagunitas IPA


I freaking love this stuff. My house IPA.

Tonight, multiple Dogfish brews.

PH
 
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For those in Arizona, or others who might be able to find it... Four Peaks Brewing Company - Eight Street Ale. Hoppy and citrusy and refreshingly yummy on a 115 deg. day in Phoenix!
 
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Lagunitas IPA


I freaking love this stuff. My house IPA.

Tonight, multiple Dogfish brews.

PH


I don't drink that much beer anymore, but that is always a favorite.

Right now, while relaxing before dinner - Fat Tire.


Romeo and Juliet are together in eternity....

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For those in Arizona, or others who might be able to find it... Four Peaks Brewing Company - Eight Street Ale. Hoppy and citrusy and refreshingly yummy on a 115 deg. day in Phoenix!

My friends and I visited their brewpub in Tempe last October. Some very good things going on there.


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Abita Turbo Dog, then a Thirsty Planet Thirsty Goat while waiting for takeout from the neighborhood bistro.


"They speak of my drinking, but never consider my thirst..."
 
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A dubbel from Bier Brewery, a local brewery that specializes in Belgian style. Not bad at all!


-IB

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St. Arnold Amber Ale
 
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Anyone try the Stone Green Tea IPA yet. I picked up a couple today so I hope to crack them tomorrow once they are chilled down.


Curious to hear about this.

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/147/70910
 
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Stone IPA with very spicy chicken wings last night.
 
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Stone IPA


I just picked up a case of wine, and came VERY close to buying this beer, but a friend walked into the store and I then forgot before checking out.

What did you think?
 
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