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Cracked Canoe
 
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Local Costco has Chimay Grande Reserve .750 selling for about $9 a bottle. Is it worth trying at that price?
 
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Local Costco has Chimay Grande Reserve .750 selling for about $9 a bottle. Is it worth trying at that price?


Based on what we spend on wine around here, why not!? It's $11.99 per at Binnys in Chicago and they're usually competitively priced.

Also, I think this is one you could age...maybe grab a couple and cellar one just for fun.
 
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Ok, thanks for the advice. Smile
 
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Summit Pale Ale.
 
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Granville Island Pale Ale
Barking Squirrel Lager
 
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Widmer Brothers Okto Festival Ale.
 
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Bavarian lagers
 
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Draft:
Rogue Mocha Porter
Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel
Fuller's Black Cab

Bottle:
Southern Tier Mokah
Schneider & Sohn Hopfen Weisse (made by Brooklyn Brewery's brewmaster)


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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New Glarus Laughing Fox


In the United States, anyone can be President. That's the problem!
 
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Wittekerke witbeir.
 
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Blanche de Chambly. Had it on tap the other day and loved, loved it. Found it in 750ml bottles. Bought a couple. Good, but not up to par with the draught.
 
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1999 Domaine de la Solitude Cubee Barberini Chateauneuf du Pape


Is that a lager or an ale LOL?


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1999 Domaine de la Solitude Cubee Barberini Chateauneuf du Pape


Is that a lager or an ale LOL?


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Sierra Nevada Extra IPA (fantastic American IPA)

AleSmith Grand Cru (bland tasting crap - avoid)

Gouden Carolus Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw (rich, malty, excellent; Belgian equivalent to PX sherry)

Tomorrow morning need not come too soon...
 
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New Glarus Spotted Cow


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Sam Smith Nut Brown Ale
Xingu
 
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Founders Hill Bolt Cutter and Canadian Breakfast Stout at their 15th anniversary party last weekend.

VM
 
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New Belgium Ranger IPA. Lots of citrus. Very good.

PH
 
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Over the weekend

Sierra Nevada Extra IPA - was worried that this was going to be all hops, but it was nice and citrusy - really really good

Sierra Nevada Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale

Jolly Pumpkin Biere de Mars, La Roja and Fuego del Otono

And about a dozen Miller High Lifes before the Lions Packers game - and a bunch more after.


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Boneyard RPM

Very good IPA from Bend, OR.


Cheers!
 
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New Glarus Spotted Cow


One of my favorite beers.
 
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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.


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New Glarus Spotted Cow


One of my favorite beers.


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


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Yesterday at lunch, all on draught:

* Wasatch Winterfest (good very good)
* St. Feuillien Speciale (very good)
* Squatters Outer Darkness (very good excellent)

Those three back to back will knock your d*ck in the dirt.


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