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

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    Stone Double Ba$tard very strong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattfink View Post
    I have a sixer of Stone Ruination Ale in the fridge for the long weekend.
    Sixer is gone. I must report: The first bottle I tried beat me about the face with very powerful hops flavor. It is bitter and almost thick its so cloying. The hops comes in citrusy and slightly herbal or piney. It is 7.7%. It is also quite malty. Nothing subtle. I did not enjoy the first and actually was tempted to find a new home for the rest.

    It sat for a few days. Then I decided to try it again. And I loved it. The colder and faster drunk the better. Good, but not for easy sipping.

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    I thought it was a touch sweet at first, but that fades after a few sips. Reminds me of Chimay. Me gusta.
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    Really good. Maybe a new favorite.
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    Two beers in half an hour ? You're getting drunk on a monday evening ?

    Btw, nice AC/DC glass.

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    Yeah, I don't have to be at work til 11. Nothing a workout and some H2O won't fix.

    Thanks, but I just pulled those pics from google.

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    My fridge is filled for some time. Union Jack is also good for people who don't like IPA's a lot, it is very smooth and has a distinct sweetness/malt to it.



    Nugget Nectar was just released and usually goes quick, my regular spot had a large chunk of their stock bought by one guy right before I got there. Only able to get two bottles for the time.

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    Brakspear Triple @7.2% Nice tasting English beer brewed surprisingly by Marstons

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    Ive been drinking Great Lake's Holy Moses white ale. its excellent id reccomend it. Of course i never stop drinking Guinness.

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    It lives up to the praise in my book, very balanced.


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    Quote Originally Posted by darthfag View Post
    Coopers Pale Ale. The best beer in the world !
    Nice drop, have you tried Coopers Clear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankBooth0 View Post
    It lives up to the praise in my book, very balanced.

    I just checked with my local purveyor of fine brews. Unfortunately, Tröges does not distribute out west. Bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ought Six View Post
    I just checked with my local purveyor of fine brews. Unfortunately, Tröges does not distribute out west. Bummer.
    Right now they are purely east coast, farthest distributor is Ohio currently. I believe they've been doing some expansion, so maybe in the near future. Nugget Nectar is also a seasonal (Only released in February) so when it's gone that's it. You have plenty of stuff on the west coast I can't get though.

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    I have two new ones: Fin du Monde a Belgian style made in Quebec and The Reverend a Belgian style made in NY state. Both awesomely awesome.

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    The Reverend is from Avery which is from Colorado. I think the only NY brewery messing with Tripels & Quads like that is Ommegang.

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