Thread: Which BEER you are drinking right now/Which is your favourite? (Merged)

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    Had one of my favorite DIPA's last night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattfink View Post
    Saturday night:
    Schneider Weiss (Amazing)
    Tripel Karmeliet (8.4% Amazing)
    Brooklyn Chocolate Stout (10%...Amazing)
    Guiness
    I like that one as well.

    Sam Adams winter lager
    Yazoo Dos Perros.

    Do you guys have mixed six-packs in your grocery stores? Stores around me have started offering a mixed sixer for $8.99. It's a very nice selection as well. Basically they have single bottles, of about a dozen beers, and you mix and match as you wish.

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    Some stores allow you to buy single beers, but some do not. The ones that cater to the microbrew crowd ALL allow singles. They even provide empty six-pack cartons for you to put them in. A few grocery or drug stores do not allow breaking up six packs.

    I would never have tried about 80 percent of the "just wanna try it" beers if I had had to buy a whole sixer.

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    Seaweed Ale ..hmm.. sounds kinda iffy haha

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    Ahh.. I enjoyed that one. I also enjoyed that Scottish one with the spruce twig flavor. I don't remember its name at the moment. Alaska Beer in the USA makes a Winter Ale now that has spruce tips added to flavor the ale (presumably in the lagering stage, and filtered out because they ain't in the bottle).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Euroamerican View Post
    Some stores allow you to buy single beers, but some do not. The ones that cater to the microbrew crowd ALL allow singles. They even provide empty six-pack cartons for you to put them in. A few grocery or drug stores do not allow breaking up six packs.

    I would never have tried about 80 percent of the "just wanna try it" beers if I had had to buy a whole sixer.
    The places I go all do that thankfully, makes more sense as you could limit yourself to one six pack and have quite a few different beers to try out.


    Quote Originally Posted by gaz View Post
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    Seems interesting, I'll need to keep an eye out for that.

    Speaking of Scotch ales, Founders does one that is great.


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    Anyone into really big imperial stouts, Founders KBS release if approaching in March. This is something to have. Anyone in Michigan and nearby states will have the best access.

    My own bottles, hoping to get 2 more at least so I can finally open one of them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankBooth0 View Post
    Speaking of Scotch ales, Founders does one that is great.

    Being a fan of Founder's (My favorite brewery and source of hometown pride) I am familiar with this one. It is strong and the bourbon flavor is powerful. You must be in the mood, but if you are it delivers big, complex flavors. Delicious.

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    Lonestar beer and brisket. Its a beautiful thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattfink View Post
    Lonestar beer and brisket. Its a beautiful thing.

    No Pearl left at all, huh?

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    Schlafly APA

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    I had a bunch of Blue Point Hoptical Illusion, New York beer for a New York team tonight at a superbowl party. Solid stuff.

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    I tried Boneyard Brewing Hop Venom Double IPA at Malt & Vine in Redmond, Washington today. It is a nice super-hoppy IPA with a sweet flavor to counterbalance the hops, and a 10% alcohol content. Great stuff.

    Right now I am winding down at home with Redhook Longhammer IPA and Alaskan Amber Ale.

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