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Unibroue Fin du Monde. My first time ever with this beer. Excellent!


Agreed! If your purveyor has the Unibroue Terrible, give that one a shot as well. Their whole portfolio is outstanding.


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Bigfoot003, thanks. We get a good selection of their beers here and I plan on trying more of them.
 
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Their whole portfolio is outstanding.


Understatement. Wink
 
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Unibroue Fin du Monde. My first time ever with this beer. Excellent!


+1 I really enjoy this beer
 
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Bass Ale IPA- me likey
Sam Adams Latitude 48 IPA- also enjoyable


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Noche Buena. For the holidays! Costco has cases next to the regular Dos Equis bottlings.
 
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Sierra Nevada Kellerweis Hefeweizen. Pretty good believe it or not.


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Their whole portfolio is outstanding.


Understatement. Wink


I'm subtle, what can I say? Big Grin


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Brau Bros Moo Joos Oatmeal Stout.
 
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* Goose Island Honker's Ale

I haven't drank a Goose Island in quite a while. It is good to visit them again. I enjoyed it. Good to very good.


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Port city optimal wit


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Innis & Gunn Rum Finish
Tuborg Gold

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* Mother's Brewing Company Winter Grind Coffee Stout

Nice dark stout for a cold day in North Texas. Good to very good to my palate.


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Waterloo dark
Flying monkeys bnl chocolate stout
Neustadt 10w-30
Creemore urbock
Hockley dark
Granville winter ale
Granville English pale ale
 
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* Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale

Love me some Goose. Good to very good.


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Joe, are you drinking this locally? I heard Goose Island kegs would be here soon, I guess they're here?


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Nolan,

A buddy that lives in a state with distribution brought them to me during a visit.


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Ah okay. Well expect kegs at your local bars this month based on what I'm hearing.


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Ah okay. Well expect kegs at your local bars this month based on what I'm hearing.


I'll keep my eyes open and let you know if I stumble across any.


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Jester King Buddha's Brew


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Ah okay. Well expect kegs at your local bars this month based on what I'm hearing.


If you guys like Belgian-style beers, then hopefully Pere Jacques will be one of the GI beers heading that way on tap. It's phenomenal.
 
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Ah okay. Well expect kegs at your local bars this month based on what I'm hearing.


If you guys like Belgian-style beers, then hopefully Pere Jacques will be one of the GI beers heading that way on tap. It's phenomenal.


I'm sipping one right now. Excellent stuff.
 
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Spaten Oktoberfest.
 
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Ah okay. Well expect kegs at your local bars this month based on what I'm hearing.


If you guys like Belgian-style beers, then hopefully Pere Jacques will be one of the GI beers heading that way on tap. It's phenomenal.


I'm sipping one right now. Excellent stuff.


Sheer greatness!
 
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Today, well for me its Stout Season My favorites are:

Ten Fiddy (Oskar Blues)
Founders Breakfast Oatmeal Stout
Brooklyn Chocolate Stout
Green Flash Double Stout
Southern Tier Chocolat

For those non-stouts:
Six Point Resin!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hop Stoopid
Stone Ruination
 
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