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This afternoon, Saint Arnold Oktoberfest

This evening with sushi, Asahi Black
 
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Trappistes Rochefort 10


"Grape works as a soda - sort of as a gum. I wonder why it doesn't work as a pie. Grape pie? There's no grape pie." - Larry David
 
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gigabit,

I've been drinking a lot of Belgian and Belgian-style beers lately, and went back to some of my favorite Mexican beers recently. I still enjoyed them, a lot. Negra Modelo, Bohemia, for sure, and Pacifico on a really hot day.

There's evidently a growing craft beer movement down south. Next time I'm down there, I'd like to try Cucapa which is the one I read about most often.


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Trappistes Rochefort 10


That is more like it. Wink
 
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Schneider Weisse Original


"Grape works as a soda - sort of as a gum. I wonder why it doesn't work as a pie. Grape pie? There's no grape pie." - Larry David
 
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Tequesta Brewing Co. Hopscotch Ale

Thanks, jack! Cool
 
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Schneider Weisse Original


Now that's a good beer.

As for myself...Paulaner Weissbier.
 
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Pacifico. Do you know why they put a lime on the opening of the beer ? To keep the flys off.
 
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Saint Arnold, Divine Reserve

Pretty tasty stuff. Thanks Nolan.
 
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Are you stateside Steve?


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Samiclaus from Austria
Entire production is brewed in one day, Dec 6th.
No idea why, but 14% means one and done Big Grin
 
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Homebrew - Sour Cherry Stout.


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Welcome back, DJ. Nice to see you posting again.


Just one more sip.
 
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yeah i'm more surprised I remembered my login. Smile


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yeah i'm more surprised I remembered my login. Smile


Welcome back, indeed.
 
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Welcome back, indeed.

Big Grin

<takes bow> (I may have had something to do with this) Wink Razz

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Welcome back, indeed.

Big Grin

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Well, go get DRAB while you are working ...a word I know you fear! Razz
 
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Paulaner Oktoberfest.
 
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Atwater chocolate stout


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stopped by a pretty awesome little Himalayan Restaurant on my way to Copain out in Windsor to pick up my wine club package.

Enjoyed a pretty tasty Nepali "Mustang" Lager that paired quite exquisitely with my vegetable masala.


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Brooklyn Lager and Leinie's Red this afternoon watching college football. Very civilized way to spend a fall Saturday.


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Passing the time while the ribs were smoking, and drinking Redhook ISB. Funny looking bottle; it is almost as tall as a longneck, but has high cylindrical sides with a stubby neck.


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All on tap yesterday

Firestone Walker- Parabola and Abacus

Rochefort 10

St Bernardus ABT 12
 
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Rochefort 10

St Bernardus ABT 12


Excellent!
 
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Surly Abrasive Ale.
 
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