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Ten FIDY - Oskar Blues Grill & Brew

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Ratings: 8,203
Reviews: 2,334
rAvg: 4.38
pDev: 9.13%
Wants: 533
Gots: 1,846 | FT: 103
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Oskar Blues Grill & Brew visit their website
Colorado, United States

Style | ABV
Russian Imperial Stout |  10.50% ABV

Availability: Fall

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Beer added by: Georgiabeer on 12-29-2006

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Photo of Cmack15
4.03/5  rDev -8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Ahh an imperial stout in a can. I have wanted to try this beer for awhile after hearing a lot of good reviews and thankfully this beer did not disappoint. A beautiful thick chewy stout with a nice pleasant aroma of dark roasted malts. This beer is remarkably smooth for 10.55 abv. Good beer does come in a can and this beer is proof.
Cheers

Photo of TCHopCraver
4.47/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Reviewed from notes written on 2/15/11. Thanks for the venue, Walter the Dog.

Ten FIDY ( I love that name) pours a scorched engine oil black into a medium-sized wine glass. There was no fizz at all when I popped the tab on the can, which led me to wonder if it was under carbonated. No head appears at all; only a faint haze of dark brown sits atop the black body. Just a hint of a brown hue is visible around the edges and there is no lacing to be found on my glass.

The smell is very toffee heavy upfront, with quite a bit of caramel and dark chocolate notes showing through. Some roasted malt and acidic coffee scents are present, but they reside well in the background. Dark cherry and plum aromas also hide in the background. As it warms, the roasted malt and coffee smells become much more prevalent. Strangely, the smell reminds me a bit of creamy Baileys. "I'm Old Greg!"

I find there to be a perfect balance of acidic roastiness and sweet creaminess in the taste. As it warms, the acidic roastiness pops and nudges the the creaminess of the dark chocolate, toffee, and caramel flavors out of the way a bit. This is a very full, complex, present taste with a nicely dry and roasty finish.

Ten FIDY has a full and viscous feel in my mouth. It is very creamy and Baileys-like, but with enough of a roasty and hoppy bite on the sides of my palate to balance the feel out. This beer is a member of the three B's club: Big. Bold. Badass.

This is a slow sipping beer and an ear and face warmer, to be sure. It is not one that I would ever think of having several of in a sitting, simply because it is so heavy. It is, however, a beer that I would be thrilled to have from time to time.

Photo of paulginva
4.55/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

APPEARANCE: This beer poured into a pint glass with virtually no head at all -- 1/8" at the most -- that dissipated to a small swirl of dark tan bubbles almost immediately. Looking carefully (with the help of a small LED flashlight) into the murky black body revealed a moderate amount of carbonation.

AROMA: Holding the glass to my nose I was immediately struck by a pleasingly balanced moderate alcohol scent supporting heavy malt aromas of roasted coffee, caramel, and molasses, with a light scent of pine needles and a slight earthy scent. I couldn't wait to see if it passed the taste test!

TASTE: Well, it passed the taste test with flying colors. Alcohol turned out to be mell masked by the heavy malt flavor to the extent that it seemed light even though I knew the beer had a high alcohol content. Tastes of caramel, roasted coffee, and chocolate were complimented by a slightly earthy light taste of pine and a hint of black licorice. All together, a masterful example of the brewer's art.

MOUTHFEEL: I loved the mouthfeel of this full bodied, slightly oily brew. Body lacing was virtually nonexistent. Moderate carbonation tickled the tongue. The initial flavor was slightly sweet, morphing into a slightly bitter flavor at the finish. This sensation stayed on the tongue for a moderate amount of time.

DRINKABILITY: This was unquestionably the best, most memorable Russian Imperial Stout I've tasted. This is definitely a sipping beer, but by the end I found myself wishing I could stay for another. Such repeatability in a big beer like this is rare, at least for me. The brewmaster deserves high praise indeed for melding the flavors so as to make this a relatively smooth, easy drinking beer. Would I buy it again? In a New York minute!

Photo of tbraun1
3.7/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

12oz can to pint glass

Appearance - Pours black as motor oil, minimal carbonation, and coffee colored head that settles quickly.

Smell - Roasty, chocolaty, caramelly malts...can also smell the alcohol on this one faintly.

Taste - Smoky on the onset but finishes somewhat bitter and hoppy. The alcohol is there but does not overpower the other flavors. I also pickup some of the roasted coffee/espresso flavors that others have described.

Mouthfeel - Pleasant mouthfeel with some lingering flavors that coat your mouth. Very complex flavor profile with subtle nuances in every sip.

Drinkability - This would be a nice dessert beer right along side a piece of german chocolate cake. However, I can't see drinking more than one in a night.

Photo of Hellabeerguzzler
4.15/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

First time I tried this, I could believe such a thick, chewy brew could come from a can. This beer has some weight to it - and some serious calories I'm sure.

Pitch black with deep brown head. Settles pretty quick with just a ring arount the pint glass this was poured into. There was plenty sticking to the side of the glass, in fact, as I finished it the clear glass was a shade of brown.

Smells rich caramel, roasted malt and other grains. Didn't get the chocolate/coffee thing many are saying. Just a very real RIS. It's not a chocolate stout or a milk stout, this beer is just plain stout.

Tastes delicious. Caramelized sugar and burnt malt with some booze lingering around. Not too hot though but a year should do this beer fine.

Mouthfeel is syrupy and thick. Leaves a coating on your tongue like it does the glass.

Drinkability is good. Although 1 would be plenty satisfying, you could do 2-3 with ease. Goes down sugary sweet with a burnt finish and touch of alcohol.

It's just a great example of the style. If you haven't already, put it on you "beers to try" list.

Photo of suspect
4.36/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Poured from a classic Oskar can into a Dogfish Head pint glass.

A: pitch black in color with a finger of coffee colored head after a mildly aggressive pour. Head disappeared quickly and lacing was slight but present.

S: caramel, roasted barley, brown sugar.

T: Nice mix of chocolate and barley and the bitterness of the chocolate is well balanced. Not sure by what; perhaps some vanilla? If so it's not at all overpowering.

M: creamy, full bodied lingering taste that holds on for quite some time. Little aftertaste included but that which does hold on is welcomed.

D: unbelievably drinkable beer for a beer with an abv north of 10%. This is a world class imperial stout and it's crazy that I poured it out of a can.

Photo of goalie33
4.52/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 12oz can into a snifter. Canned on 12/2/10.
A) Pours pitch black with virtually no head. Thin layer of brown head recedes to a ring around the edge. Cannot see any carbonation. Nice alcohol legs left on the glass, but not much lacing.
S) Very rich aroma. Deep chocolate, espresso and roasted malt notes. I don't pick up any alcohol, despite the 10.5% abv.
T) Roasted malt with a huge finish. Big chocolate and espresso notes, a bit of alcohol in the finish. Really nice beer. Big flavor. Nice lingering espresso bitterness.
M/D) Full body, very thick and syrupy. Very smooth with very little carbonation. Drinks almost like a imperial stout shake. Very drinkable for such a high abv beer. Not very sessionable, but I have no trouble at all drinking this beer.

Wow, what a beer! This is up there with Stone IRS and BCS as one of the best Imperial Stouts I've ever had. Rich flavor, full body, great mouthfeel. This is a high quality brew.

Photo of lionchow
3.7/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours dark black with a thin brown head.

Aroma is more like a Belgian strong dark ale with the scent of prunes, and dark chocolate cake.

Flavor is also more like the Belgian strong dark ale, with rich dark chocolate cake, cherries and prunes. There is a very slight roasted malt character. No noticeable bitterness.

Finishes quite dry in the mouth despite the fruit in the flavor. Mouthfeel is smooth and somewhat creamy. Alcohol level is not really noticeable.

Overall a nice, surprising beer, flavorful if not exceptional.

Photo of FosterJM
4.26/5  rDev -2.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

273rd review on BA
Can to New Belgium Globe

App- Motor oil from a can like the old days in a full service station. A one finger head formed as well. Was excited to see that. Thats a stout pouring for you.

Smell- I get booze, molasses, dark fruits and roasted malt.

Taste- It's a little cold so I think the flavors are muted on this. Very roasted malt with a creamy smoothness. Suprising chocolate flavors burst during the drink with some dark fruits more leaning towards raisins and slightly bitter.

Mouth- Full bodied thats for sure. A nice medium carb level with a slighly creamy texture and a slight roasty/bitter taste. Get a little pepper in there as well.

Drink- It's big from a small can. I could see myself drinking all 4, blacking out and asking WTF just happened? Very tasty beer though.

Photo of Jimmys
3.96/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

A: pitch black, dark coffee head is stuck on the glass. black beer from a black can sure is something new for me.

S: black and chocolate malts provide both chocolate/butter sweetness and a huge bitter roastiness, which is the primary player in this nose.

T&M: mocha chocolate in a french roast. the roast is delicious. definitely bitter, but not to the point of acidic. not getting any alcohol, which is greatly appreciated. a smoothness of melted butter. just a touch of fiz on this towering body makes it a great sipper and the ultimate dessert brew.

D: thick, rich, and delicious. a little lighter on the carbonation then im used to for the style, but works well on such a meaty body. i know i said this would be a great dessert beer, but right now im using it as an appetizer and loving it. get some.

Photo of afksports
4.25/5  rDev -3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

"This dog'll hunt." Yowee. Never was anything so true. Let's go find some meat!

Enjoyed this brew aged about 6 months. It pours pitch black and thick. Dessert in a 12oz can.

Looks as dark as night, and still has a decent tan head for a Russian Imperial Stout of this thickness and gravity. The beer smells of alcohol, bread, rich malts, and surprisingly - hops. On its initial taste it's sorta underwhelming. Coffee and chocolate malt notes that you'd expect in a RIS, and it follows with a tiny hops bite. But as it warms, that taste gets richer and richer, includes some dark fruits, then gets thicker and thicker, and my belly gets warmer and warmer (fatter and fatter?).

It's a full-bodied brew with good carbonation and it leaves an impression that sticks even when it's finished. Not the most drinkable beer out there, but easily the best RIS I've had from a can. Even at the $3.50 or $4 price point that you often see it.

Yowee. (Again, for good measure).

Photo of Janderson91
4.15/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Had this on-tap at Taco Mac in Atlanta on February 19. Review from notes.

A - Pours absolutely opaque black with a small pretty dark brown head. Leaves very little lacing but could have been because of a bad pour.

S - Chocolate. Some roasted malts and also a very slight hop aroma but mostly bittersweet dark chocolate.

T - Taste follows the nose. Extremely chocolatey which gives way to a good roasty flavor toward the back. Actually finishes relatively dry for the richness of the beer. Leaves a good hoppy, roasty, dark chocolate flavor.

M/D - This has one of the thickest bodies of any beer I've had. It works though. Ten FIDY is incredibly rich and therefore it's a definite dessert beer and drinkability is pretty low.

Photo of ChanChan
4.45/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Poured from a can into an oversized snifter.
Appearance: Pours black and quite thick. The head short lived, kind of disappointing. Lacing is moderate.
Aroma: Gives of hints of chocolate and espresso. I smell faint hops as well.
Mouth-feel. This beer coats the palate quite well.
Taste: Sweet, boozy but not overly bitter. I can also taste a bit of the can, but surprisingly, this does not bother me. This beer is extremely well balanced.
Final thoughts: This is a definite must for any imperial stout fan. This beer is worth every penny of the five dollars I paid for it. I will certainly buy a few more cans to age.

Photo of gabedivision
4.52/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Finally Ten-Fidy! Poured from a can to a snifter glass.

A- Often i have people say to me "how can you drink that stuff it looks like motor oil" when ever they see a beer thats not yellow, i disregard it usually. In this case, this looks and pours like motor oil. Nice black, creamy opaque flow, with a thin laced brown head.

S- Big chocolate malt, big fruity figs and dates and plums come to my nose. Vanilla on the tip topped with a slight coffee touch. The alcohol adds a different smell to the mix, strong but not offensive, gives it an almost olive-type aroma. Truly a treat.

T- Chocolates, fruits, malts, sweet and hearty. Sugary sweet alcohol finish, very complex, very well put together.

M- Full bodied, as a imperial stout should, low carbonation, very smooth and easy to forget its 10.5%.

D- Great! But no way im having more than one of these, delicious and well put together. Cant wait to try this batch a year from now.
Cheers!

Photo of Pellinore1
4.42/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Mora2000 for sending this can.

I have never before seen something so dark and thick pour from a can. It settles into the glass gently, producing just a bit of brown head. This eventually fades completely, leaving an inky black surface.

The smell is all big, dark malt, as I expect from a RIS. It's a bit sweet, and reminds me of chocolate, molasses, and prune.

The flavor starts with molasses and chocolate, but finishes with some very nice, bitter roastiness.

Full and creamy, with little carbonation.

This goes down way too smoothly, with very well hidden alcohol. Even so, the intensity of flavor and fullness of body makes this a definite sipper.

Photo of haazer
4.59/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Canned on 10/25/2010. Poured this can into my Swashbuckler pint glass.

A- Thin layer of brown caramel head forms and dissapates quickly. I brought this home in my car over some very shitty PA pothole roads that may have bumped this around and oxidized it a bit. The beer itself is a motor oil viscous, completely black beer.

S- Enticing chocolate and caramel aroma's at first. Chocolate mostly. Smokey roasted malts are a plenty, combined with a little bit of heat and great scents of vanilla. Lastly there are some faint distinctions of coffee. Amazing smelling RIS. After letting this warm some I even got some dark fruit aromas. This bumped it to a 5 for me.

T- Almost the same as the nose. I detect the heat and vanilla flavor first. The malts stand out strongly in the flavor. They make their presence known midway through, with a medium roast blend that goes well into coffee. Lasting flavor at the end and leaves an aftertaste is the chocolate.

M- The viscosity from the pour makes for a closer to full mouthfeel. Syrupy thick, yet velvety smooth on the tongue. Little bit of heat but not astringent at all.

D- Everything about this beer makes it easily drinkable. If not for the heat this would be quaffable. I think the appearance could've been a lot better had I driven home more carefully, but I blame PA roads. Great tasting, sweet aromas, and superb mouthfeel.

Photo of Northjames
4.3/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

12 oz can.

This pours blacker than almost anything I've seen.

The smell is overwhelming molasses with some caramel notes. I don't detect alot of hops in the nose.

There is a huge molasses punch to this beer up front, fading to a balanced bitterness. Similar to Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout. The alcohol is just barely detectable.

Mouthfeel is a strongpoint. This is a smooth and silky beer. Almost milky.

I could have 2 of these, but I'm not sure about more.

Photo of websherpa
4.64/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I've had this beer before and really enjoyed it. Reviewing a can with noteable dents in it. Hope the contents are ok...

Appearance: Black, no transperency. Modest 1/2 finger brown head. Interestingly on the edges the thick black color of the beer seems to creep up into the head. Lacing just from the head melting. All signs indicate thick and and full beer. I've seen other review with more head, and I really wish I had more. It looks phenomenal, I'm just not getting a lot.

Smell: This smells complex. There is a musty roasty-ness that prevails through all the flavors. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it reminds me of the wonderful smells of a leather shop. Vanilla is probably the most forward but there is a lot in here. Chocolate maybe some nuts. Coffee is there but way back. There is a balancing bitterness and maybe that is the prevailing mustiness. I'm positive I'm not picking out everything Definitely booze in there too.

Taste: Just delicious. I could try to pick out all the flavors, but it's so much nicer to sit back and let the ensemble do it's job. Appreciate the complete picture. Look at the smell for the components, but the well executed blend of all the above parts is why this beer is so delicious. The alcohol is actually very well hidden. You know it's a big beer based on the flavor, it's not what I could boozy. As the beer warms I get some pipe tobacco smoke flavors. Just wonderful.

Mouthfeel: It's thick as expected. It washes over the mouth and stays there. Fresh out of the can it's slightly over carbonated but if you sip, it hits it's stride about halfway through the beer. I'm no expert. As the beer warms the alcohol kicks in at the end of the beer. The tobacco flavors are enhanced by the dry finish.

Drinkability: The flavor sticks with you and does not demand the next drink. Still there is nothing stopping you. It's rich without being overwhelming. You can sip on this for an evening, or it can be a candidate in a evening filled with drinking assuming the other offerings aren't quite as tall.

Photo of codsmith
4.02/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 2.5

Appearance - It was a very nice deep, dark black with a slight head on it from the can.

Smell - This is by far the favorite part of this beer for me. it has an amazing feminine smell to it that I have never smelt in a beer... a little weird at first, but it really makes you want to drink it. No hoppy or grainy smell, this is very hard to describe.

Taste - it starts with nice deep tones and milds out in the middle. The end is really where your smell and flavor kick in and take you for a ride to the end. Nice and deep body with full flavor

Mouthfeel - It start out light, but ends feeling a little heavy in the mouth at the end.

Drinkability - It's a great beer, but I would probably only have about 2 in a single session.

Photo of gregshead
4.35/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Reviewed on 2/1/11 from notes:

A: Pours a thick dark brown/black with minimal head.

S: Chocolate and some cofee smell. some alcohol. Maybe a little vanilla smell.

T: Lots of coffee and roasted malt taste, some vanilla hints as well.

M: Lots of carbonation nice, creamy and chewy feel.

D: Best canned beer I've ever had. A great stout for a nice cool evening when you just want some but not a 22 oz. love it.

Photo of ne0m00re
3.78/5  rDev -13.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Live review of the 12 oz can. Big thanks to billyshears for this one.
A: Near opaque black, it poured with a half-finger chocolate head that died to collar with some lacing.
S: Almost like Irish cream with good chocolate milk or hot chocolate going on here. A slight earthiness has to be coming from the hops. A very slight artificial sweetener is a little off-putting, but otherwise everything is good.
T: Dark chocolate, nice burnt sticky caramel roast that lingers with a crisper hoppiness in the alcohol that's like rum. This is thick and packed full of roasted goodness. It reminds me of an Expedition with more caramel. This certainly redeemed the smell.
M: Sticky with a creamy carbonation. Pretty good.
D: Not too bad. More than a can or two would be too much.

Photo of Wadsey
3.9/5  rDev -11%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 3

I received this can of Ten Fidy in a trade with discovalante65 February or March of '09, so it is at least two years old. Thanks, Andrew!

Can cracks open quite quietly. Hard-poured into my DFH signature glass at cellar temperature.

A: Ten Fidy is appropriately black and presents a little layer of milk-chocolate head. The pour and the way the beer rests in the glass indicate Ten Fidy has a massively thick body.

S: Mega roasted malts, specifically chocolate and black, are joined by crystal malts, which add dried fruits, especially raisins, but not much caramel.

T: A flash of sweetness and then roast, dark chocolate and dried fruits assert themselves. A bit of coffee, probably suggested by the huge roastiness, which just borders burnt and lingers long into the finish. A muted bitterness also appears, making for a dry finish.

M: Exceptional. Fat, creamy mouthfeel. This is as close as beer gets to a milk shake. There is also a bit of grittiness, which doesn't necessarily detract from mouthfeel. Not really warming.

D: One is more than enough. I love sippers and Ten Fidy definitely falls in that category, but it is such a massive beer that I labored for at least two hours to get through 12 ounces.

Photo of BarrytheBear
4.34/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Another single purchased to verify or nullify previous experiences with the fidy. Canned on 11/11/10.

12 oz black can dumps a pretty motor oil consistency into an eager snifter. Somehow this looks more bad ass coming from a can, though the whole idea of good beer coming from a can is long gone. A thin cinnamon veil hides itself along a thin ring hugging the glass, while sticky amoeba lace patterns itself throughout. The result is a very pretty beer.

Smell is a letdown. No matter the temperature variance, there remains a smore chocolate/graham cracker note. While this is not unappealing, it's not nearly as complex or varied as I'd hoped.

Graham crackers, cinnamon, and fat black cherries (thankfully, those are the best kind) lead to a hop pop at the finish. The bittersweet cherry twang, along with the hops, leave a mild bitter finish that hangs around. More towards the sweet/dark fruitiness than I would prefer, but overall, quite solid.

Mouthfeel is thick and rich with a low/moderate carbonation that allows everything here to sit, settle, and linger. I wish more stouts achieved this sensation.

Photo of GarthDanielson
4.43/5  rDev +1.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a can like a batch of motor oil, the beer is jet black, and just looks thick. There was a thin, chocolate colored head that lasted about thirty seconds, and then it retreated to just a ring of film. The beer has aromas of coffee and toffee, but also some booze. The flavors are milk chocolate, coffee, and smoke. Some bits of sweet malt/molasses and some bitter characteristics, as well, and of course a bit of alcohol. As it warms, you get some dark fruity sweet flavors, also. The beer is heavy and thick in mouth. Very viscous and lingering in the mouth, which is fantastic given the amazing flavor combination. The finish is creamy and smooth, despite the alcohol flavors. Aftertaste of bitter coffee. The beer is extremely smooth and easy to drink, and fabulous on a cold night. Great dessert beer, also!

Photo of Avagadro
4.72/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Canned in December of 2009, drinking Feb 2011. I actually had to convince my truck driver that this beer was still good, despite being over a year old.

A: Can cracks without the usual hiss, a somewhat unsettling event if I do say so myself. Ten FIDY pours like motor oil into my goblet, with a chocolatey head that quickly disappears.

S: Deep molasses, creme brulee, and coconut give way to a touch of banana. This is fantastic.

T: Somewhat sweet, and entirely enjoyable, all of the notes indicated in the nose are present, and rounded out with hints of espresso. Thoroughly enjoyable.

M: Full body, chewy, and a touch sticky, with no carbonation to save your palate from the onslaught of flavor.

D: Absolutely enjoyable through-and-through. This is everything an RIS should be, and is widely available. The price is a bit high, but I kind of like that. I can only imagine what would happen to my waistline if this stuff was affordable...

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