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+1 on The Lost Abbey. Great stuff!

- Currently enjoying a Rochefort 8, with a Ballast Point Sculpin IPA up next.

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Shane T.,

I'm going to open up my Stone Brewing Vertical Epic Ale. I believe I have back to '08. Interested?


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Ok, I picked these up last night. Memphis doesn't have the greatest beer selections. I'm
new to beer so, you guys let me know about the quality of these selections.

2012 Sierra Neveda Celebration Ale
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale
Maredsous Abbaye-Abdij Tradition Benedictine
 
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Ok, I picked these up last night. Memphis doesn't have the greatest beer selections. I'm
new to beer so, you guys let me know about the quality of these selections.

2012 Sierra Neveda Celebration Ale
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale
Maredsous Abbaye-Abdij Tradition Benedictine


Drink them and let us know. Wink
 
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New Belgium Chocolate Coffee Stout - Excellent, like chocolate milk when cool then more roasted flavors when warm.

Green Flash 30th Street American Pale Ale - Always kinder to me than IPA.

Stone Ruination Habanero - Well done!

Mission Hefeweizen - Kind of in a German style but miss Mahr's.
 
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Affligem triple
Leffe blonde
St Feuillien Saison
 
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Schell's Snowstorm.
 
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Shane T.,

I'm going to open up my Stone Brewing Vertical Epic Ale. I believe I have back to '08. Interested?


Definitely interested! That's great stuff.
 
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2012 Trader Joe's Vintage Ale, released around the holidays. It's excellent this year. The 2011 was too sweet for me, and oddly spiced. This one is excellent, and at $5 is a killer buy if you like Belgian style. Blind taste it with a few of your favorites, Yule see.


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Allagash White.
 
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Cismontane - The Citizen


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Weyerbacher Double Simcoe
Ommegang XV
Atwater Vator Stout
Founders Russian Imperial Stout
Founders Breakfast Stout
 
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Ommegang XV


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Last night I had a dark delirium tremens
 
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St Feuillien Saison
St. Feuillien has a new saison in collaboration with Green Flash called Friendship Brew. The St. F is in my top 3 or so saisons that I've had and I'm very interested in trying it.


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2x Rochefort Trappistes 8
 
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Ok, I picked these up last night. Memphis doesn't have the greatest beer selections. I'm
new to beer so, you guys let me know about the quality of these selections.

2012 Sierra Neveda Celebration Ale
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale
Maredsous Abbaye-Abdij Tradition Benedictine

Big fan of both the Sierra Nevada and the Stone... the Oaked AB is an interesting drink; the oak isn't as prevalent in the bottle as it is on-tap (I had it on tap at the brewery and remember thinking the oak was intense!), but its yummy both ways... I'd recommend with food rather than on its own
 
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Deschutes Jubelale
 
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Widmer Heifeweizen, paired with buffalo-injected hot wings, that were then smoked with apple wood, while watching the Seahawks trounce the Redskins today. Wink


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[QUOTE]Originally posted by mneeley490:
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Loved that beer when I was on vacation in Portland a few months back. Had it on tap at Widmer and other places a few times.
 
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Last couple weeks some of my homemade xmas brew but coming soon Pliny Banana
 
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- Rochefort Trappistes 10 (probably my favorite beer right now. The "8" is awesome too.)

- Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple
 
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St Feuillien Saison
St. Feuillien has a new saison in collaboration with Green Flash called Friendship Brew. The St. F is in my top 3 or so saisons that I've had and I'm very interested in trying it.


I'll have to search that out
 
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Fullers, London Pride
 
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Unibroue Fin du Monde. My first time ever with this beer. Excellent!
 
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