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What beer are you drinking now? #129

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by match1112, Feb 26, 2013.

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  1. chanokokoro

    chanokokoro Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    Grainstorm is drinking great. Very balanced, enjoyable rye spiciness on the finish. I love Wookey Jack and Grainstorm compares favorably.
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  2. NoLeafClover44

    NoLeafClover44 Feb 24, 2011 Delaware
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    He's a ball python. When I take him out his mission is usually to head for somewhere dark and preferably warm (he particularly likes it under the couch). His top speed is just slightly quicker than molasses in January, so he doesn't go anywhere fast. If I throw him around my shoulders it will be a solid 5-10 minutes before he can find his way to the floor. Look away for too long though and he will disappear. This is why he usually gets taken out during my first beer and not later in the evening.
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  3. denver10

    denver10 Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico

    I feel like I was one of the few who dug that when it came out. Has it aged well?
  4. ehammond1

    ehammond1 Jul 4, 2008

    I like it a lot, but this style is right up my alley--these are the kind of beers I really like to drink. Was wondering when it came out exactly--can you help with the details? I think I've had it probably for about a year.
  5. JimGlonke

    JimGlonke Apr 27, 2012 Illinois
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    Super-fresh Pipeworks Unicorn's Revenge (Batch #92). Very buttery and creamy. Well done, as usual.

  6. jb123

    jb123 Dec 3, 2012 Michigan
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    what are you rating that alchemy and the anal sliders!?
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  7. JoeyDankNug

    JoeyDankNug Aug 4, 2011 New York


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  8. LuckyJohn

    LuckyJohn Feb 6, 2013 Colorado

    Looks like we're all going to be sequestered, and that sucks. Don't cry though. Why? Ribeye! (and beer)

    I finished up that Magic Hat #9 and moved on to this;

  9. tut2528

    tut2528 Sep 26, 2008 Illinois
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    pretty nice oatmeal stout
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  10. Smithrob9999

    Smithrob9999 Aug 3, 2011 Texas

    The balance is superb. I've really been missing out, the best non barrel aged stout I've had. I love the body and aroma. FBS was too thin for me
  11. denver10

    denver10 Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico

    Looks like the first review for it was from December 2011.
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  12. bigedct

    bigedct Jun 23, 2011 Connecticut


    last one.
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  13. Zaphog

    Zaphog Sep 23, 2011 Michigan
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    I'll let you know when they're sliding out of my anus tomorrow.
  14. jkeffer13

    jkeffer13 Dec 12, 2012 Virginia
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    Always a good option for a cold, rainy night.
  15. Greywulfken

    Greywulfken Aug 25, 2010 New York
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    Well, it's called 3Beans, so I had 3Beers. Whatever, right?

    In one of my favorite glasses, the tulip:
    And listening to the most incredible vocal cover of a Police song ever, by Sahaj Ticotin (from the band, Ra; brother to Rachel Ticotin, from the movie, Total Recall):

    Sahaj, who is an amazing vocalist, held the world record for the longest note held by a male singer in a song for a while (record's broken now though, by some other dude). This is what I'm talking about:

    Just skip to 6:10-ish and get ready to be schooled in vocal power. Unbelievable, and live, no less.
    Damn, eh?

    Alright. Nighty-night time. ;)
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  16. danmcg62

    danmcg62 Jan 24, 2006 Massachusetts

  17. shamrock071521

    shamrock071521 Aug 23, 2012 Michigan

    forgot about this yesterday so a day late...but happy birthday George Harrison!

    drinking an Arbor Buzzsaw IPA....probably my favorite from Arbor Brewing, damn good beer.

    felt like a good song for this shitty snow-filled night.
  18. stayclean

    stayclean Mar 17, 2012 Wisconsin

    How is it aged? We didn't get any last year, and this year it was pretty limited, was only able to grab two singles so I put one away for comparison with a fresh one for next year. Absolutely loved it, I'll be surprised if I can hold out.
  19. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I'm really enjoying this...alot. Nice way to end the day.


    listening to...


    BEERMILER12 Sep 11, 2010 Maine

    A decently fresh bomber of Palate Wrecker. Bottled 01/29/13

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  21. xxcarpxx

    xxcarpxx Jan 13, 2011 Alabama

    Getting ready for Tampa..
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  22. Steimie

    Steimie Jan 7, 2012 Michigan

    I really liked it fresh, loved it at 6 to 8 months. After a year it seems to be losing some chocolate. I had the same reaction to BBPt5 as well. For my money, 6 to about 8 months seems to be about as long as you'd want this to go.
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  23. JoeyBeerBelly

    JoeyBeerBelly Dec 15, 2006 New York

    Hoping the lights stay on with the wind and rain that's coming across Long Island overnight so I'm drinking one of these to ward off the demons...

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  24. No1Smitty

    No1Smitty Nov 7, 2011 California
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    It feels like your taste buds are in the ring with an MMA fighter. I was victorious though :D
  25. mjshearer1

    mjshearer1 Dec 16, 2011 Michigan
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    Sure, it's technically out of season, but that doesn't stop it from being good.
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  26. Sludgeman

    Sludgeman Aug 17, 2012 District of Columbia
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    A good night. Some time tries.

    A Founders Porter followed by an Avery Hog Heaven Barleywine.

    Both are excellent.
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  27. Japple

    Japple Jan 1, 2011 New York

    just finished a lukcy bastard............now onto a racer x dipa​
  28. kevanb

    kevanb Apr 4, 2011 Illinois
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    Breaking in my new glass, a nice, refreshing Belgian pale ale, cheers everyone!
  29. loafinaround

    loafinaround Jul 16, 2011 New York

    ugh. that's no joke. But I need a major buzz before I can even utter the words "long island power authority" aloud w/o associated explitives.
  30. danedelman

    danedelman Apr 3, 2011 Pennsylvania

    No comment?? Bitch!
  31. JulianB

    JulianB Feb 1, 2012 South Carolina

    Felt like I was in a post-Brewvival depression for the past couple of days, so disappointed the weekend had to be over. This snapped me out of it:

  32. jzeilinger

    jzeilinger Dec 4, 2004 Pennsylvania
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    It really does and whatta a GREAT hop bomb of a beer! (Disclaimer: when it's fresh. Had old ones that were an embarrassing and expensive drain pour which seems to be the norm for that one in a bottle here on the East Coast.
  33. sobeleg

    sobeleg Jun 29, 2011 New York
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    Just finished off some Hill Farmstead Edward, Now on to some 2012 BCBS!


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  34. JimV

    JimV Nov 5, 2012 Wisconsin

    Enjoying a New Glarus Brewing "Snowshoe" on a still, chilly, Wisconsin evening.
  35. kmello69

    kmello69 Nov 27, 2011 Texas
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    Picked up a few of these in Dallas yesterday. I found it just a bit cloyingly sweet for a Flanders, but not so much that it ruined the beer. In general it's an enjoyable drink.

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  36. AnnArborJoe

    AnnArborJoe Jan 18, 2011 Michigan

    Onto one of Illinois finest.

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  37. Japple

    Japple Jan 1, 2011 New York

    we're not gonna lose power. you're just using that as an excuse drink...............one of many great excuses for such.
  38. beergoot

    beergoot Oct 11, 2010 Colorado
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    St. Bernardus Tokyo...good stuff...
  39. Greywulfken

    Greywulfken Aug 25, 2010 New York
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    Beautiful snake. Just beautiful.
    Yo. Fuckin' smarter than we are. Evidence: See how it instinctively knows good beer? Took me 40 fuckin' years to figure this shit out. Snake knew it the minute the cap was popped.

    Treat 'im like a god, dude. They were worshipped for a reason, y'know? Ancient reptiles = mad respect. Snakes been around for what? Almost 100 million years? Man, what? Less than half a (one) million years - at best... and all we've done is to fuck up the planet for everything else.
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  40. Steimie

    Steimie Jan 7, 2012 Michigan

    Good comeback. He's sure to be down for the count now.
    BobZ, match1112, mfnmbvp and 2 others like this.
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