While in the Philippines recently for two weeks, Red Horse Ale, a new favorite. Just need to find where I can buy it here.
This past Saturday - Augustiner Edelstoff Helles.

Looking forward to the start of Oktoberfest this coming Saturday...
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Originally posted by shavez:
This past Saturday - Augustiner Edelstoff Helles.

Looking forward to the start of Oktoberfest this coming Saturday...


My favorite beer. Ever.

Yesterday: Rogue Dead Guy.
i drank alot of that the last time i was in asheville. not bad at all.

quote:
Originally posted by Keeno:
Sweetwater 420
Sat. night at my friends going away party we had a Struis Cuvee Delphine, which is Black Albert(beer cousin of Fat Big Grin)aged in Four Roses Bourbon Brls, '04 Cantillon Lou Pepe Kriek and a 3L of Triple Karmeliet.
Mainly homebrews:
Baldy's Summer Spectacular
Baldy's Blonde Bimbo

Looking for the weather to cool down so I can pop:
Stone Imperial Russian Stout
Southern Tier Oak Aged Unearthly IPA (FANTASTIC!)
Elysian Night Owl Pumpkin
Jack Russell London Porter and Jack Russell Irish Red Ale... Unbelievably rich and creamy. Neither are the least bit hoppie (sp?).

I've had the Jack Russell Brown Ale in the past and really liked it as well.

Because Jack Russell beers / ales are hard to find retail, I always try to stock up whenever I am in close proximity to their facility.

Jack Russell Brewing is located in Camino, California.
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Originally posted by vinosnob:
Sat. night at my friends going away party we had a Struis Cuvee Delphine, which is Black Albert(beer cousin of Fat Big Grin)aged in Four Roses Bourbon Brls, '04 Cantillon Lou Pepe Kriek and a 3L of Triple Karmeliet.


2 quick questions:
1. How did you like the Lou Pepe kriek?
2. Have you had the regular Lou Pepe gueuze? I have a bottle waiting for me, but I have yet to pick it up, and have never tried it. TIA. Smile
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Summit pale ale.


Summit and Bell's are the only two breweries I drink when I visit MN. Delicious stuff!!
quote:
Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Summit pale ale.


Summit and Bell's are the only two breweries I drink when I visit MN. Delicious stuff!!


Yep. Knocked a few of these off on the boat this weekend. Cool
quote:
Originally posted by Trey R:
Saturday during a 15 mile bike ride....Great Divide Hercules DIPA 22oz....fit perfectly in my drink holder.


That's just wrong. Doesn't the beer get too foamy? Wink
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?
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Originally posted by Rothko:
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?
Only if it's hot, there's nothing else to drink, someone else bought it, and I want a beer, good or not.
quote:
Originally posted by Rothko:
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?


If given the choice between Bud, Bud Light or Coors, I'll opt for a glass of water.
quote:
Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Summit pale ale.


Summit and Bell's are the only two breweries I drink when I visit MN. Delicious stuff!!
I've never had Bell's, but Schell's and Summit are my two favorite local beers.
quote:
Originally posted by Rothko:
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?
Bud Light can be found in our fridge; no shame here!
quote:
Originally posted by MJAlbers:
quote:
Originally posted by Rothko:
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?
Bud Light can be found in our fridge; no shame here!


But do you drink it?

we had a few bottles only for a friend who only drank that stuff. Once he went back north we would toss the stuff out.
No beer here.
Its years ago since I had my last one. It was a Corsendonk Blond. I had to drink it because we stayed at the Corsendonk guesthouse....
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Originally posted by MJAlbers:
quote:
Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
Summit pale ale.


Summit and Bell's are the only two breweries I drink when I visit MN. Delicious stuff!!
I've never had Bell's, but Schell's and Summit are my two favorite local beers.


Bell's isn't actually local to MN -- they're in Kalamazoo, MI. But, I drink Bell's (and Summit) when I visit MN because neither can be found in CA. Frown
Just had a delicious New Glarus Dancing Man Wheat after an afternoon of yard work. New Glarus, out of Wisconsin, is in my opinion one of the 2 or 3 best domestic breweries out there.
quote:
Originally posted by flop:
quote:
Originally posted by Rothko:
Not a single Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Coors, etc... on this thread.

Does no one drink these mass-produced beers, or is everyone just too embarrassed to admit it?


If given the choice between Bud, Bud Light or Coors, I'll opt for a glass of water.


Exactly.

I almost always have Sierra Nevada in the house. When Safeway have it in I stock up on Bridgeport IPA - bottle conditioned beer is best.

Life member of CAMRA - the Campaign for Real Ale.

Life's too short to drink bad beer, too.
I'm nuts about Short's Huma Lupa Licious, absolutely the most hopped beer I've ever tasted! Bell's Hopslam is a close second, though I always prefer their Two Hearted Ale.

The other beer option I keep around is North Coast Brewing's Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout.

Bitter beer is good beer.
quote:
Originally posted by MiamiWineNovice:
Dogfish Head Punkin (Pumpkin) Ale


If you like this one, track down the Schlafly Pumpkin. It's 8% and out of this world good. Best I've had.

1)Schlafly Pumpkin Ale
2)Dogfish Head Punkin
3)Shipyard Pumpkin Head
quote:
Originally posted by steve8:
quote:
Originally posted by Trey R:
Saturday during a 15 mile bike ride....Great Divide Hercules DIPA 22oz....fit perfectly in my drink holder.


That's just wrong. Doesn't the beer get too foamy? Wink


Maybe a little, but at 10.0% and 85 IBUs.....it really didn't matter too much. Big Grin
It was awesome! I have drank a few of these over the years and every Lou Pepe has been great and I don't see it falling off anytime over the next 5-10yrs.


quote:
Originally posted by Brashley:
quote:
Originally posted by vinosnob:
Sat. night at my friends going away party we had a Struis Cuvee Delphine, which is Black Albert(beer cousin of Fat Big Grin)aged in Four Roses Bourbon Brls, '04 Cantillon Lou Pepe Kriek and a 3L of Triple Karmeliet.


2 quick questions:
1. How did you like the Lou Pepe kriek?
2. Have you had the regular Lou Pepe gueuze? I have a bottle waiting for me, but I have yet to pick it up, and have never tried it. TIA. Smile
Really looking forward to tasting Bell's Oracle, their new Double IPA(friend scored me a 6pk from the brewery! Big Grin) I agree with you about the Short's brew, they are really cutting edge. Got a Growler of their Banana's and blow...fun brew!


quote:
Originally posted by chaad:
I'm nuts about Short's Huma Lupa Licious, absolutely the most hopped beer I've ever tasted! Bell's Hopslam is a close second, though I always prefer their Two Hearted Ale.

The other beer option I keep around is North Coast Brewing's Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout.

Bitter beer is good beer.
quote:
Originally posted by Keeno:
Sweetwater 420

Interesting name. Does it contain tetrahydrocannabinol?

Beers I've had recently:

Gritty McDuffs 21 IPA - A really nice citrusy, piney, floral IPA from a Maine microbrewery.

Red Oval Classic Lager - I picked this up at Trader Joe's for $2.99 per 6 in cans. Not bad for what it is and better than the Buds, Millers, & Coors of the world. I don't know if that is saying much though.

Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale - This was the last of the 2009 barleywine style ale that Sierra Nevada annually brews. This stuff is so viscous, thick and chewy that I can only drink one at a time. ABV on this is about 10%.
quote:
Originally posted by chaad:
I'm nuts about Short's Huma Lupa Licious, absolutely the most hopped beer I've ever tasted! ... Bitter beer is good beer.


I tried this when I went to Presque Isle, MI last month -- I thought it was pretty good. You should try the Moylan's Hopsickle, and get back to me about that "most hopped beer i've ever tasted" comment. Wink The Hopsickle is the only beer i've ever thought had too much hops. Bitter beer is, indeed, good beer!! Big Grin
quote:
Originally posted by Primordealsoup:
Last weekend- Labatt Blue


Shame on you. We have much better than that stuff up here. Razz
Coors Light... oh wait, that would be the "What Bottled Water Are You Drinking" thread. Naw, actually just had one of my standard everyday brews, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. I'll be picking up some Stone, Bell's, and maybe some Dogfish Head later this week.
quote:
Originally posted by Altaholic:
quote:
Originally posted by Keeno:
Sweetwater 420

Interesting name. Does it contain tetrahydrocannabinol?



One of the better straight American Pale Ale's you'll find. Brewed out of Atlanta.
quote:
Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
At work the Samuel Adams Octoberfest will put on tap soon so I cant wait to try it.


A pretty decent lager, on the heavier and sweeter side. If you're an ale man, you will not like this.
quote:
Originally posted by Gigond Ass:
Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale.

and no comments on that?
Wink

Have you dined at the restaurant? I have always wanted to just for posterity...

cheers
quote:
Originally posted by Whine-oh:
quote:
Originally posted by Gigond Ass:
Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale.

and no comments on that?
Wink

Have you dined at the restaurant? I have always wanted to just for posterity...

cheers
The few times I've eaten there I wasn't impressed.

Today, watching the Trojans and drinking Guinness Stout.
'twas a busy weekend! Razz

Rodenbach
Rodenbach Grand Cru

Stone IPA
Drake's 1500 Imperial Pale Ale
Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA
Red Hook IPA
Stone Ruination

Stopped by the brewery last week and had lunch and picked up some beer.

Food - I'd say above average for a brewery but just average for the price.
Just picked up a case of Sam's Octoberfest. I love October.

Had a taste of Buffet's Landshark, not sure it had any more meat on it than the Miller Lite that was served next to it....
Everybody seems to go for the heavier, full-flavored beers. Not me. I don't drink much beer, but I go for crisp and thirst-quenching, mostly golden beers.
so much for taste... Razz Popcorn

quote:
Originally posted by Board-O:
Everybody seems to go for the heavier, full-flavored beers. Not me. I don't drink much beer, but I go for crisp and thirst-quenching, mostly golden beers.
In the last couple weeks:
Tennants Scotish Ale
Hop Devil 2x IPA
Two Brothers Hop Juice
Berghoff Oktoberfest
Kwak Belgium
Goose Island Metilda

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