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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Haladir wrote:
Well, you could always move north of the border.

Instead, I moved back to Texas this month. Whatever beer I want, I tell the guy at the store and he orders it.

Costco has a liquor warehouse here.

I'm in alcohol heaven.

What? Where about? Do you have a game going yet?


Blue Moon Belgian Wheat with an orange slice garnish...

or

Leinenkugles Honeyweiss

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Gregor Greymane wrote:

Blue Moon Belgian Wheat with an orange slice garnish...

or

Leinenkugles Honeyweiss

A little pedestrian, but ive found often in the suburbs this is the best you can do.

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Sitting here on vacation looking out over the pacific ocean drinking some 21st amendment Hell or High Watermelon, A little fruity for my tastes but 1 or 2 on warm day not bad.


BigDTBone wrote:
What? Where about? Do you have a game going yet?

I'm in Houston -- Bear Creek Village. There's a game on the north side I may sit in on Saturday, but my old group is too far east now (Houstonderek is down near Hobby somewhere, I think, and Andostre's got two rugrats to keep him occupied). If you're northwest somewhere, we should definitely meet for a beer sometime!


Pan wrote:
Gregor Greymane wrote:

Blue Moon Belgian Wheat with an orange slice garnish...

or

Leinenkugles Honeyweiss

A little pedestrian, but ive found often in the suburbs this is the best you can do.

Maybe pedestrian, but it's still BEER.

At least it's not anything with "Bud" in the name... :P


Surly beers are also good, if you guys have not tried them.


Dearest Pan,

You and I have crossed paths on this board and I've PM'd you in case you ever want to game in RL. I think this would be a hoot. If you concur, feel free to get in touch. I'm posting here since you're in this thread a bit.

FYI, if you want me to stop cyber-stalking you just let me know. As you can tell from my other current threads I'm pretty thick-headed. Hope all's well and the jalapeno beer works out.

Oh, and Summit continues to be my fave rave.

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Mark Hoover wrote:

Dearest Pan,

You and I have crossed paths on this board and I've PM'd you in case you ever want to game in RL. I think this would be a hoot. If you concur, feel free to get in touch. I'm posting here since you're in this thread a bit.

FYI, if you want me to stop cyber-stalking you just let me know. As you can tell from my other current threads I'm pretty thick-headed. Hope all's well and the jalapeno beer works out.

Oh, and Summit continues to be my fave rave.

Sent ya a reply pally! Sorry ive been bad at getting back to folks. Ive been dating a lot and thats eating all my time. Summit is a good standby and I like anything by Schells (except shellshocked its probably the worst beer I have ever bought. A real shame since I love anything with Schells on the bottle.) I make a killer Extra Pal Ale that you would gladly trade for your Summit :)

Cheers,
pan

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Gregor Greymane wrote:
Pan wrote:
Gregor Greymane wrote:

Blue Moon Belgian Wheat with an orange slice garnish...

or

Leinenkugles Honeyweiss

A little pedestrian, but ive found often in the suburbs this is the best you can do.

Maybe pedestrian, but it's still BEER.

At least it's not anything with "Bud" in the name... :P

Thats absolutely true. Funny story about Bud, I had the office rolling on the floor laughing the other day. For some reason they were trying to figure out what dysentery was. I informed them of the alignment and that im pretty sure Bud lite causes it :)

Fun fact time, Budweiser used to make 55 million gallons of swill a year in 2000. Guess how many gallons they make a year now???

answer:
16 million gallons weoooo Viva la beer revolution!!!

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Henniker's Double Brown Ale was pretty good- a little chewy. The other Hannaford's grocery store in town had Shipyard Summer Ale in cans for a cheaper price (moving inventory maybe) than I had been paying at the other Hannaford's all summer. Bought all four 12 packs.

I see a lot of Octoberfest beer in the stores and as much as I want to, I just can't buy it yet. Summer seems short enough.


Drinking Red Trolley Ale right now. Nice Irish Red. Nice, strong malty flavor. To try later, I've got Tsingtao, Wychwood Scarecrow, Anchor California Lager, and a bunch of stuff I'm forgetting.

Silver Crusade

Ballast Point's Victory at Sea.

Nothing else comes close for me.


Oh, I have some Asahi. Doesn't really compare to a good craft beer, of course, but it's good for the price. I feel the same about Sapporo.

Silver Crusade

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I am going to miss Asahi when I leave Japan soon.
My favorite uncontested is still Mac&Jacks and Irish Death. Yummy yummy.
hopefully next Paziocon the hotel will have it, if not Alaskan Amber is a tasty and reliable consolation. Just like the Seelah Pregen! ^-^


Been drinking St. Arnold's much-vaunted Santo black Kölsch, because I usually like to support local brewers. Unfortunately, in this case the stuff really isn't all that good.


I was driving through northern Indiana a couple weeks ago, so I picked up 4 cases of Three Floyds, their Gumballhead, Alpha King and Yum Yum. They're normally hoppier than what I generally prefer, but they're very well balanced that I still enjoy them.

Combined with all the whiskey we had bought in Kentucky, my dad was slightly worried about being pulled over and getting dinged for transporting alcohol across state lines.

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Just bottled a nice Irish Red Ale and have nothing but empty carboys staring back at me. Time to get some mead and brew going for sure!

Picked up some Old Speckled Hen for gaming tonight!


Pivovar Herold Czech Black Lager.

I do have some dark ale brewing, plus a demi-john full of cider, since Lady Longears gave me a load of cooking apples that I had to do something with.


Where in San Francisco would I find mead?

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BevMo?


Finally got to try Bruce Dickinson's "Trooper" beer. Starts off as a very decent English pub ale, then fails when the overly-sour aftertaste kicks in.

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Trying Adnams dry-hopped lager.

Does what it says: a dry, very good lager. I like.


Buckler

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Had the nice ride from ma local cider werks. Very tasty stuff.


I had some plum flavoured porter from the Titanic brewery (I think). Didn't like it much.

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Plum wine is delicious, but adding plum to any type of beer sounds unappealing.

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Drank some Sebago (out of Maine) Bonfire Rye Ale the other night- very good rye IPA style.

Shipyard's (out of Maine) Prelude Ale is also quite good this time of year if you like those darker, holiday spiced beers.


Pan wrote:
Plum wine is delicious, but adding plum to any type of beer sounds unappealing.

Y'know, it's funny; I find that fruit beer is usually a horrible "someone got Kool-Aid in my lager"-type flavor experience, but White Birch Brewing has blueberry and raspberry weisse that I enjoy quite a bit. Hell or High Watermelon by 21st Amendment Brewery is awesome too, but both are on the the sour side, rather than sweet.

. . .

Yes, I'm posting on a beer thread at 10 am; this is a proud, proud moment.

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Hitdice wrote:
Pan wrote:
Plum wine is delicious, but adding plum to any type of beer sounds unappealing.

Y'know, it's funny; I find that fruit beer is usually a horrible "someone got Kool-Aid in my lager"-type flavor experience, but White Birch Brewing has blueberry and raspberry weisse that I enjoy quite a bit. Hell or High Watermelon by 21st Amendment Brewery is awesome too, but both are on the the sour side, rather than sweet.

. . .

Yes, I'm posting on a beer thread at 10 am; this is a proud, proud moment.

Different fruits bring different flavors. I am sure that Plum could go well with some type of brew, hell I could probably make it work. However, its just sounding like a bad idea.


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Where in San Francisco would I find mead?

The answer is at work, apparently.

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