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Sierra Nevada Narwhal
I plan on using a wee bit of Guinness in an Irish stew but will probably have a homemade "breakfast" stout. Glad to see that no one yet has...
How about Stone brewing? I liked their pale ale but somewhat afraid to try any of their IPAs.
Left hand's black jack porter is pretty good (although I am not sure if coffee and/or chocolate is an ingredient). It reminds me of Samuel Smith's...
This year I hadn't really gone out of my way to try anything new ... stuck with brands and styles I like the best. Rediscovered Samuel Smith's...
21st Amendment's Fireside Chat
Samuel Smith's brewery has a few fruit based beers that could possibly go well with dinner or dessert ...
Hoppin' Frogs Double Pumpkin ale
Founders ... they've got some good styles and some experimental releases. Besides, they are more available in my area.
My wife's birthday is on Saint Patrick's day so we usually have family over either before, on or after that day. We make bangers and mash as the...
Guinness then it was Samuel Adams
1. Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout
2. Old Rasputin
3. Great Lakes Blackout Stout
5. Hoppin' Frog Double Russian
Wells' Banana Bread
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2. Old Speckled Hen
4. Fullers London Pride
5. Samuel Smith's
Paulener's Natural Wheat Hefewiezen and Abbot Ale are pretty good if you like somewhat fruity beers. If you want to try the way a porter should...
found it in a four pack (but was able to buy a bottle of it ... pretty expensive though) not bad for an american made wee heavy
yuengling lager - lite
southern tier - creme brulee