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Unfortunately you may be right, hence the copious amounts of beer ahead of time to ease the pain! Wink


I meant total between the two teams. Smile
 
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After last weekend, I didn't!
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Magic Hat hI.P.A. Very nice. Crisp, pine cones and citrus.

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Really need to branch out but luv me some Sam Adams Octoberfest in Oct!


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Bell's Amber Ale.
 
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Three Philosophers. (excellent)
 
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Dogfish Head Punkin Ale

Pretty tasty
 
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Great Divide - Belgian Style Yeti (Imp Stout).
 
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A couple of fat tires at happy hour
 
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Last night, St. Arnold's Elissa IPA

Tonight,
Abita Root Beer
 
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Guinness


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Odell Myrcenary Double IPA
 
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A 22 ounce bottle of Goose Island Pere Jacques awaits.
 
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Had a couple of Goose Island 312 at O'hare a couple nights ago waiting for our connecting flight. It was very good.
 
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A 22 ounce bottle of Goose Island Pere Jacques awaits.


Excellent American beer.
 
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A 22 ounce bottle of Goose Island Pere Jacques awaits.


Excellent American beer.


Indeed. It helped me sleep well, too, after a really aggravating day at work.
 
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A 22 ounce bottle of Goose Island Pere Jacques awaits.


Excellent American beer.


Indeed. It helped me sleep well, too, after a really aggravating day at work.


You have aggravating days at work?

Too bad you can not just hit the ignore function at work like you can here on the forum. Smile
 
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I'm holding a blind beer tasting today at our home.

What are some of your favorite foods you like to offer with beer?

TIA.
 
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I'm holding a blind beer tasting today at our home.

What are some of your favorite foods you like to offer with beer?

TIA.
Wings, sausage and soft pretzels are the first couple things that come to mind.
 
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Thought I'd have something a bit special before heading to the tailgate at Rangers Stadium:

Deschutes Brewery Hop in the Dark Cascadian Dark Ale. Almost pitch black in the glass with a tiny, thin head lining the edges of the glass. Nice, lightly hopped nose that is a bit reminiscent of a porter as well. Fairly full bodied, solid hops with a nutty, lightly chocolate flavors profile. 6.5% ABV. Recommended for a try at the minimum.

I'm bringing Spaten Oktoberfest and Brooklyn Octoberfest for the tailgate. Not sure what my buddy is bringing.


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Unless they have run out, I should be enjoying HB Oktoberfest from a liter boot at dinner in a couple of hours at a local German restaurant.
 
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Thought I'd have something a bit special before heading to the tailgate at Rangers Stadium:

Deschutes Brewery Hop in the Dark Cascadian Dark Ale. Almost pitch black in the glass with a tiny, thin head lining the edges of the glass. Nice, lightly hopped nose that is a bit reminiscent of a porter as well. Fairly full bodied, solid hops with a nutty, lightly chocolate flavors profile. 6.5% ABV. Recommended for a try at the minimum.

I'm bringing Spaten Oktoberfest and Brooklyn Octoberfest for the tailgate. Not sure what my buddy is bringing.

Oooooo, I'm going to have to try that! Big Grin I love everything Deshutes does.
Just poured a bottle of their Jubelale into my simmering beef stew.

As for my buddies Oktoberfest party, I passed on the Spaten this year and bought a case of Bitburger. Never tried it before; can anyone recommend it, or should I head back to the store?


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Abita Turbodog Ale.
 
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Terrapin Pumpkinfest
 
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We were excited to have some beers in Chicago that are not available in Houston

3 Floyds Zombie Dust
3 Floyds Jinx Proof
Five Rabbit Five Vulture
Goose Island Matilda
Goose Island 312
Founders Breakfast Stout
Big Sky Saison
Huisbrouwerij de Halve Maan Brugse Zot


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