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English Pub Bitter made at home with the old man.
 
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Blue Point Rasta Rye


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Way to many westmalle triples yesterday. I'm hurting today.
 
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The Belgians can take a toll if you aren't careful, that's for sure!
 
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Way to many westmalle triples yesterday. I'm hurting today.


I love Westmalle. I trust you had the proper stemware.
 
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i'm a big fan of the gnomish beers (la chouffe)
except that it has a really high ABV and after 3-4 of em you'd swear yer talking to one.


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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.


Fly to Munich instead. Wink


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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?


Regular Bitburger? I don't think the Oktoberfest is brewed any longer.


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Way to many westmalle triples yesterday. I'm hurting today.


I love Westmalle. I trust you had the proper stemware.
They did. Nice little gastropub in Corona del Mar.
 
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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?


Regular Bitburger? I don't think the Oktoberfest is brewed any longer.

As far as I know. I don't recall seeing anything on the box saying it was a special Oktoberfest brew.


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Petrus Aged Sour Pale
 
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St. Bernardus ABT 12
 
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Pumpkin Porter by Four Peaks Brewery in Tempe, AZ. 5.1% alc - not over the top with just the right amount of spice.....this is really, really good! Only available at the brewery or you can take home a growler.
 
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During my recent West Coast trip, some beers not available to me:

North Coast Brewing Scrimshaw Pilsner, 4.4% Alc, 22 IBU - a crisp, clean pilsner, very nice.

Ninkasi Tricerahops Double IPA 8.8% Alc, 100 IBU, a big IPA with loads of flavor, beautiful brew; closest to a Dogfishead that I have experienced.

Green Flash West Coast IPA, 7.3% Alc, nice flavorful hoppy IPA, great brew

Lagunitas IPA, 6.2% Alc - another good effort, great brew
 
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I know you can get the scrimshaw in Charleston. I used to drink it all the time when I lived there.
 
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Cigar City Xenu Honey Cream Ale
Cigar City Jailai IPA
Vicotry Hop Devil
Spaten Lager
 
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You can also get Lagunitas in SC as well. A statewide wine company is the distributor. I just have not seen Scrimshaw on the shelves.
 
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Sunner Kolsch

One of my favorites.


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Sunner Kolsch

One of my favorites.


what's it taste like? like Spaten?


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Sunner Kolsch

One of my favorites.


what's it taste like? like Spaten?
Hah, you wish.


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more of me and my pa's english pub bitter... it's the only brew of the 3 that doesn't suck Frown
 
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Smuttynose Gravitation Quadruple Belgian

GET SOME IT ROCKS!!
 
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Alaskan Winter Ale- quite good!
 
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I can tell the weather is changing. Instead of a pale or IPA I bought Lost Coast Downtown Brown.


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At the Two Brothers Tap House:
Ebel's Weiss
Long Haul Session Ale
 
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