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My beers"

Sixpoint : RESIN (IPA)
Qscar Blues Ten Fiddy (Stout)
Founders: Breakfast Stout
GreenFlash: Double Stout
Sierra Nevada: Hoptium
 
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Yesterday with lunch, all on draught:

* Harpoon Winter Warmer (good)
* Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin (OK)
* Sierra Nevada Narwhal (good)


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Schell's Snowstorm.
 
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On tap at the Two Brothers Tap House:

Ebel's Weiss
Revelry Imperial Red Ale
 
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Yesterday at the Golden Road Brewery, tried their:
Burning Bush Smoked IPA, and
Get Up Offa That Brown

Tonight having the Lightning Brewery american amber ale
 
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On a flight back to Seattle from Medford, OR: Ninkasi Brewing Oatis Oatmeal Stout (Eugene, OR). Pretty good, actually. The best part is that it was free (gotta love the regional Horizon Air flights!) and nobody was really drinking it, so I had three refills. Cool


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Boneyard RPM

Very good IPA from Bend, OR.

I had some of this on Saturday, at the Whiskey Bar. Very nice stuff.


Nice - it's gone from the couple of places that had it already. Frown The Whiskey Bar: is this the place on 2nd in Belltown? What did you think? I haven't been there yet.


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Green Flash IPA
Magic Hat 9
Yuengling

Way too many pitchers of Miller Lite while watching the Florida/FSU game
 
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On a flight back to Seattle from Medford, OR: Ninkasi Brewing Oatis Oatmeal Stout (Eugene, OR). Pretty good, actually. The best part is that it was free (gotta love the regional Horizon Air flights!) and nobody was really drinking it, so I had three refills. Cool


Flew Horizon a couple years ago and enjoyed it greatly - for the same reason!


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pitchers of Miller Lite


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Unfortunately - it was a case of volume over quality
 
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Boneyard RPM

Very good IPA from Bend, OR.

I had some of this on Saturday, at the Whiskey Bar. Very nice stuff.


Nice - it's gone from the couple of places that had it already. Frown The Whiskey Bar: is this the place on 2nd in Belltown? What did you think? I haven't been there yet.

Yes. They moved a couple blocks north of the old place. I don't think the new location has nearly as much charactor (pretty generic), but the beer/ale is well chosen, and whiskey selections are probably second only to Canon. Or Hopscotch, if that place is still around.


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Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar.

What beer should be.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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MGD

...slummin' it tonight Cool
 
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New Glarus Spotted Cow


One of my favorite beers.


Have you tried their Moon Man or Laughing Fox? Both excellent.


"Spotted Cow" is hands down, one of the best domestic beers I have ever tasted. It's incredible stuff, and I put it up there with "Pliny the Elder/ Younger" & Dogfish Head "90 Minute IPA."

I wish they'd ship to Cali, as I only get to have it when I visit Milwaukee.
 
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New Glarus Spotted Cow


One of my favorite beers.


Have you tried their Moon Man or Laughing Fox? Both excellent.


"Spotted Cow" is hands down, one of the best domestic beers I have ever tasted. It's incredible stuff, and I put it up there with "Pliny the Elder/ Younger" & Dogfish Head "90 Minute IPA."

I wish they'd ship to Cali, as I only get to have it when I visit Milwaukee.


I think we have the makings of a solid prisoner-exchange program: New Glarus for Pliny. heard great things - have never had the opportunity to try their beers...


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I think we have the makings of a solid prisoner-exchange program: New Glarus for Pliny. heard great things - have never had the opportunity to try their beers...


Pliny's not exactly readily available in my neck of the woods, either! I'll occasionally see it at some higher end grocery stores (like Whole Foods), and there's a couple places that have it on tap.

But, absolutely...I'm up for a (1) for (1) swap!
 
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Was able to order the Sam Adams Octoberfest beer at The Yardhouse in Palm Beach Gardens. They still had it on tap. Quite yummy.
 
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Oh, also had a Bud Platinum this weekend as well, at the Tiki Waterfront, at the Riviera Beach marina.

Not bad. Alcohol level is 6%.
 
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I think we have the makings of a solid prisoner-exchange program: New Glarus for Pliny. heard great things - have never had the opportunity to try their beers...


Pliny's not exactly readily available in my neck of the woods, either! I'll occasionally see it at some higher end grocery stores (like Whole Foods), and there's a couple places that have it on tap.

But, absolutely...I'm up for a (1) for (1) swap!

What is it about Pliny the Elder? Never had it, but recently there was a local beer/wine shop that was sponsoring a lottery-type drawing for the opportunity to purchase a bottle. Confused


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Kozel Czech Lager
Bitburger Premium (Germany)
 
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Netherworld Cascadian Dark Ale
 
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La trappe isid'or
 
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Innis and Gunn...
Specifically the rum-barrel aged beer...


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Yesterday for lunch, all on draft:

* Ska Euphoria (good)
* Left coast Hop Juice (good)
* Fullers Bengal Lancer IPA (good, maybe very good)


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