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...drank a lot of Negra Modelo and a few Pacificos.

Cool

I'm heading to Puerto Vallarta in a couple months. I hear an ex-pat just opened a brewpub down there and is getting good reviews.


The Baja Brewing Company was opened by three Colorado ex-pats in Los Cabos.
 
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Never been to Cabo; one of these days.
This place is called Los Muertos Brewing.


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My fiance is a huge fan of Day of the Dead art and decorations. We actually went to Janitzio island outside of Patzcuaro on Dia de los Muertos in 2010. She hates beer, but I'm guessing I'll be pushed to see how we can get some of the Los Muertos product up here. I'll peruse their web site in depth later. Thanks for the link!
 
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Ennis & Dunn oak aged, spiced rum finished. I tried a bottle with hearty beef stew. Ok but not great. I'd stick with their regular beers, which are quite good. This one definitely wasn't worth the premium price.
 
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Yesterday with lunch, all on draught:

* Deep Ellum Pollenator
* Revolver Mothers Little Fracker
* Southern Star Buried Hatchet


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Tripel Karmeliet (Belgium). Strong & Fruity
 
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A 2010 Troeggs Mad Elf... Verging on the Ridiculous. Two years has mellowed the hops and allowed the cherry flavor to shine on the finish.
 
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Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier


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I had some Three Floyds Lager today which was pretty nice. Never heard of them before, but I guess they are a big deal. (I'm not a big beer drinker).


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I had some Three Floyds Lager.
Never heard of them before.


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The Lost Abbey Witch's Wit

Russian River Brewing Co. Damnation


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Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout.
 
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Duvel.


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Goose Island Night Stalker.

11.2%
 
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Beau's Nightmarzen Oktoberfest Lager - outstanding
 
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Over the last few days

Rochefort 10 (WOWOWOWOW, if you got shut out of the Westvleteren allocation, this is really damn close)
Duchesse de Bourgogne (always tasty, but this was less sweet than I remember it being)


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All on draught before the theater:

Ballast Point Big Eye IPA - Wonderful
Ballast Point Sculpin IPA - Wonderfuler

Both the Pallast Point IPAs are world class stuff. If you're a fan of well hopped ale, these are a must try!

No-Li Born and Raised IPA - Very good, but not on the same level as the BP brews.

The combination of 3 pints of high test IPA helped make a lousy show a bit more enjoyable.....

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Rochefort 10 (WOWOWOWOW, if you got shut out of the Westvleteren allocation, this is really damn close)


Rochefort 10 is indeed world class, but you will be put on double secret probation if you ever again mention this beer along with Westvleteren in the same post. Razz

Westvleteren is in a league that has only one team.
 
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I agree that Westvleteren is better, but for 1/5 the retail price it's a good effort.


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I agree that Westvleteren is considerably better, but for 1/5 the retail price it's a good effort.


Remember, never consider price whatsoever in what is better. That is a value discussion. Wink
 
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The Lost Abbey Mayan Apocalypse


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Pliny the Elder.
 
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Magic Hat 9 with a burger last night
 
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Two Brothers Ebel's Weiss.
 
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The Lost Abbey Mayan Apocalypse


Love their beer. I have never seen this one.
 
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