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Tailgating at the Northwestern v. Iowa game last Saturday with the Mrs., Vino Me and Lady Vino Me, we had a Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. While each independent ingredient sounds wonderful, combined they are awful. Although, my wife and VM did seem to enjoy it.


I assume by "Northwestern" you meant "7-1 Northwestern". Go Cats!
 
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Tailgating at the Northwestern v. Iowa game last Saturday with the Mrs., Vino Me and Lady Vino Me, we had a Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. While each independent ingredient sounds wonderful, combined they are awful. Although, my wife and VM did seem to enjoy it.


I had one of the above described Voodoo Donuts a couple of weeks ago while in Portland. It was pretty tasty - paired with coffee. Considered buying a bomber of the beer but passed.
 
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I assume by "Northwestern" you meant "7-1 Northwestern". Go Cats!


Unfortunately, I meant the 7-2 Northwestern. Wink You missed a loss there somewhere Lentini.
 
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Tailgating at the Northwestern v. Iowa game last Saturday with the Mrs., Vino Me and Lady Vino Me, we had a Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. While each independent ingredient sounds wonderful, combined they are awful. Although, my wife and VM did seem to enjoy it.


I had one of the above described Voodoo Donuts a couple of weeks ago while in Portland. It was pretty tasty - paired with coffee. Considered buying a bomber of the beer but passed.


Good decision to pass on the beer as VM is right. Disgusting doesn't even begin to cover it.


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Tailgating at the Northwestern v. Iowa game last Saturday with the Mrs., Vino Me and Lady Vino Me, we had a Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. While each independent ingredient sounds wonderful, combined they are awful. Although, my wife and VM did seem to enjoy it.


I had one of the above described Voodoo Donuts a couple of weeks ago while in Portland. It was pretty tasty - paired with coffee. Considered buying a bomber of the beer but passed.


Good decision to pass on the beer as VM is right. Disgusting doesn't even begin to cover it.


It's a beer you share a bottle of with 3-4 people. At that amount it is great (IMHO) but unpalatable at anything close to a full bottle or more.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Surly Bender Ale.
 
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Avery duganA

From a 22. Blech - not good. Too over-the-top and, for an IIPA, way too yeasty and malty. Why they spell it like that is a mystery to me...one that I could likely answer with some reasearch, but won't.


Cheers!
 
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All from draught:

* Revolver Bock (good)
* Victory HopDevil (good to very good; super hoppy)
* Stone Sublimely Self Righteous (very good)


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Steam Whistle Pilsner, brewed in Toronto.

First time for me and I like it. Surprisingly full and creamy in the mouth.
 
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Spaten Oktoberfest.
 
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Rogue mocha porter
Monk in trunk
 
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Eel River IPA
White Birch Belgian
Pretty Things Quadruppel Belgian
 
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Millstream Brewing Co. Oktoberfest


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Three Floyds flight night at my house- I've gathered:

Gumball Head
Zombie Dust
Risgoop
Broo Doo
Rye Da Tiger
Zes Zes Zes
Dreadnaught
Moloko
 
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Three Floyds flight night at my house- I've gathered:

Gumball Head
Zombie Dust
Risgoop
Broo Doo
Rye Da Tiger
Zes Zes Zes
Dreadnaught
Moloko


EB, I might be in the city next Saturday with another forum member who has to make a Flickinger pickup. Any chance you would be interested in meeting for a beer or two at Goose Island or the Map Room? Wine Sparty, you too in case you see this. We are thinking of making it something of a beer day. While picking up wine.
 
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* Victory HopDevil (good to very good; super hopppy)


Love this ale. Plenty of hops but not a one trick pony. Very nuanced yet powerful at the same time. Great session beer.....

PH
 
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Three Floyds flight night at my house- I've gathered:

Gumball Head
Zombie Dust
Risgoop
Broo Doo
Rye Da Tiger
Zes Zes Zes
Dreadnaught
Moloko


EB, I might be in the city next Saturday with another forum member who has to make a Flickinger pickup. Any chance you would be interested in meeting for a beer or two at Goose Island or the Map Room? Wine Sparty, you too in case you see this. We are thinking of making it something of a beer day. While picking up wine.


That would be cool- I should be around. Let's touch base during the week and see if we can work something out. I can walk to Map Room so a slight preference there.
 
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Kozel Premium Czech Lager
 
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Leffe Blonde
 
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Steam Whistle Pilsner, brewed in Toronto.

First time for me and I like it. Surprisingly full and creamy in the mouth.


Bruce, I like Steamwhistle too but really?

Surprisingly full and creamy in the mouth.
 
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At a (late) Oktoberfest tonight:

Konig Pilsner
Radeberger Pilsner


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I can walk to Map Room

Winner
 
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Beck's Oktoberfest.
 
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Yesterday for lunch, all on draught:

* Deschutes Mirror Pone Pale (good)
* Adelberts Tripel B (very good)
* New Belgium Super IPA (good to very good)


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Lake of Bays - Rousse (Ontario)

Very similar to Boreales Rousse (Quebec), which I don't believe is available in Ontario. Either way, both are very good. Full flavoured and a little hoppy, but not bitter.
 
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