quote:
Originally posted by vinosnob:
I have a Isabelle, saved for my daughter Isabelle, on her 21st? Bday. Love that beer!




Your daughter is a lucky gal! How did you get your hands on that bottle?
I do alot of beer trading, #33 top traders on Ratebeer.com, with about 130ish beer trades...its a bad addiction! Big Grin I like to taste stuff that I can't get my hands on around here, even got another Isabelle coming.



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Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by vinosnob:
I have a Isabelle, saved for my daughter Isabelle, on her 21st? Bday. Love that beer!




Your daughter is a lucky gal! How did you get your hands on that bottle?
Why is it that beer that used to be imported,and now made here in the US is listed as "IMPORTED" Confused

Fosters
Carlsburg

Are 2 that come to mind.

Like wise Japanesse beer. is brewed In Canada, yet thay say it is Japanesse? Frown
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Originally posted by FL Wino Spouse:
Why is it that beer that used to be imported,and now made here in the US is listed as "IMPORTED" Confused

Fosters
Carlsburg



those are extremely insulting to beers all across the world
busy weekend ... Razz

some good ol' standbys:
Sierra Nevada - Torpedo IPA
Drake's - 1500 Ale
Boddington's
Stone - IPA
Drie Fonteinen - Oude Gueuze

and one i've never tried before:
Dogfish Head - Chicory Stout (I thought this was very good ... the 5.2% alc. was pleasantly conservative for a stout).
Yesterday - Heinekens on an 80 foot Schooner -

Not my favorite brew in the world, but couldn't have asked for a more perfect setting to drink them Big Grin
Cooper’s - Sparkling Ale
Orval (never had this before ... will certainly have it again! Smile)
Monk’s Flemish Sour Ale
Left Coast Brewing Co.’s “Hopjuice”
Sierra Nevada - Torpedo IPA
Paulaner - Hefeweizen
Boddingtons
Stone - IPA
quote:
Originally posted by wine+art:
Shiner Bock and Peroni at the Cowboy game yesterday.


ooohph! that was an ug-ly game yesterday ... sorry you (or somebody) had to pay for that. Razz
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Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by wine+art:
Shiner Bock and Peroni at the Cowboy game yesterday.


ooohph! that was an ug-ly game yesterday ... sorry you (or somebody) had to pay for that. Razz


Are you saying the game was not worth the $2000 for the four of us? Razz
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Originally posted by wine+art:
quote:
Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by wine+art:
Shiner Bock and Peroni at the Cowboy game yesterday.


ooohph! that was an ug-ly game yesterday ... sorry you (or somebody) had to pay for that. Razz


Are you saying the game was not worth the $2000 for the four of us? Razz


Oh, schit!! i hope you drank enough brewskies to help ease the pain ...

... and, "no," you were NOT drunk when you thought you saw Romo (repeatedly) turn 360 degress to turn 90 degrees to his left -- that was real.
quote:
Originally posted by CSM:
Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer. Delicious.


This is my all time favourite and would put it up against any beer. Big Grin

Every year for the past 4 years I have bought some of their 60-90 day oaked aged (I am not sure how many days it is ) for aging.


Gibby
(Barley John's is an awesome little brewpub in Roseville, MN, btw)

Barley John's - Old 8 Porter (one of the best Porters I've had)
Barley John's - Smoked Old 8 Porter
Barley John's - Wild Brunette (a red ale brewed with wild rice) (one of the best beers I've had)
Barley John's - Rosie's Ale (Wild Brunette, triple fermented, then aged in used Bourbon barrels) ... this sucker clocks in at 18% abv.
Barley John's - IPA (one of the best IPA's I've had)

Bell's - Two Hearted Ale (IPA)
Summit - IPA
Goose Island - IPA ...... yes, I do like me some IPA
Red Hook - IPA

Summit - Winter Ale
Summit - ESB
Summit - Extra Pale Ale

Stone - Oaked Arrogant Bastard
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Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by marcb7:
Last night.

Allagash White
Shipyard Prelude


what kind of brew is the Prelude?


Its there Christmas lager. Kind of like Sam Winter but better IMO, nutmeg and all spice flavors...
silly, i wouldn't pay for it either! Razz

that said, holy mary of all fuct, if you get the chance, try it! not that you wouldn't have anyways... Smile

quote:
Originally posted by wineismylife:
Cool. Thoughts? You're definitely more dedicated that I am. I can't get past the price point.
let's ask your sister... Popcorn

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Originally posted by wine+art:
quote:
Originally posted by TBird:
i don't joke about sex,



I'm thinking you have paid less for sex than that beer. Razz
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Picked up some Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout.


LOVE this beer! Smile A few months ago I stuck one in the freezer to cool it down from room temp. ... the next morning my freezer was coated. Mad
quote:
Originally posted by TBird:
got my growlers refilled for this evening with:

dogfish head theobrama
120 minute ipa


what kind of brew is the "theobrama"? i assume that's a tasting room only brew...
theobrama

This beer is based on chemical analysis of pottery fragments found in Honduras which revealed the earliest known alcoholic chocolate drink used by early civilizations to toast special occasions.
damn! 9% abv!! and i know the 120 is no wimpy brew either ... and you got growler of each!?! that be alotta drinkin right there boy! Big Grin

theobrama sounds unusally interesting ... is more sweet, spicy, or malty?
this will be my first theo experience! Eek

it ain't cheap either, the growler was $28...

and after careful consideration, i think i'll only deal with the 120 tonight. i'll drink the theo with mareff and davids and gregt tomorrow while watching football.

hiccup...
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quote:
Originally posted by TBird:
this will be my first theo experience! Eek

it ain't cheap either, the growler was $28...

and after careful consideration, i think i'll only deal with the 120 tonight. i'll drink the theo with mareff and davids and gregt tomorrow while watching football.

hiccup...


I like the sound of that!!!! Big Grin
i have weed too. oh wait, did i just say that on a public forum? d'oh!

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Originally posted by mareff:
quote:
Originally posted by TBird:
this will be my first theo experience! Eek

it ain't cheap either, the growler was $28...

and after careful consideration, i think i'll only deal with the 120 tonight. i'll drink the theo with mareff and davids and gregt tomorrow while watching football.

hiccup...


I like the sound of that!!!! Big Grin

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