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I was happy with the 2 singles I picked up for $4\can.
Muscat BA DL
Red Wine BA DL (l'm assuming this was Quit Hitting Yourself)
All were good but the Muerte was the best beer I had all day.
A 2-3 year old trappist quad is sublime, but they can hold up for 5+ years. One of the best styles to age.
Tripels don't change too much, no need...
$11.99 per sixer here in IN
I want to try it, but don't want a whole sixer.
I've tasted soy sauce in a few stouts over the years, but its never consistent. I know it's happened with Dark Lord, to a lesser extent WWS and...
I've never had an aged bottle of BVDL that was better than fresh. It is sweet fresh, but that's part it's charm, should have a marshmallow...
Forget the name of the German brewery, but the pilsner that Aldi's stocks is nice at $5.99\6pk.
This beer is nothing short of fantastic, and retailing at $12\6pk, it's a game changer. Love to see others follow suit! Bravo Bells!!
Founders Breakfast Stout
Founders Harvest Ale
fresh hoppy beers
I thought this was actually bourbon barrel aged DL, though at the time it was called oak aged DL. I am not 100% about this.
Pair salads with wit beer.
Finger foods work well at tastings. Fruit and vege trays, sliced meat and cheese, artisanal bread, pretzels, nuts. If you want to go big, grill...
The only Belgian style beer I get bananas from are tripels, some more than others.
Abita Amber w\ bbq ribs :cool:
Their Gose is awesome and readily available at $8.99\4pk. Would love to see some lambics from them.
I haven't heard of a single keg of CBS making its way to NWI. Founders why you show us no love?
I can't help but think that this thread wouldn't exist without Surly and FFF's.
Southern Tier makes some of the sweetest beers available. Have you tried Crème Brulee?
I thought the '13 BCBBW aged exceptionally well. Smooth, sweet and luxurious. I have high hopes for the 2014 batch.
Nebraska's Sexy Betty imperial stout is pretty good. They claim to age it in 50 year old brandy barrels.