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Elevated sours

Discussion in 'Mountain' started by Cmack15, Dec 22, 2012.

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  1. Cmack15

    Cmack15 Disciple (360) Sep 7, 2008 Massachusetts

    Wow is all I can say after visiting Crooked Stave yesterday. Chad is doing excellent barrel aged sours. Had a few of the nightmare on brett series and was pleasantly suprised at how good a baltic porter with some funk can be. The cognac version was probably my fave of three interpertations I had. Much love to Crooked Stave and all the friendly people we met there yesterday. Seek these beers out some of the best being made right now imo.
  2. harperman69

    harperman69 Aspirant (234) Feb 11, 2009 Tennessee
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    This thread title confuses me.
  3. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Meyvn (1,048) Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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    Friends don't let friends post drunk...
  4. Cmack15

    Cmack15 Disciple (360) Sep 7, 2008 Massachusetts

    Denver has a higher elevation then most us cities and the beers Crooked Stave makes are elevated in my rankings.
  5. Steve_0

    Steve_0 Aspirant (216) Mar 14, 2012 Colorado
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