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Old 11-01-2013, 08:12 AM   #127
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I really like beers from Firestone Brewery here in California. They're easy to find and seem to hit me right. Double Barrel Ale and the Pale Ale are always in my fridge. Otherwise I just like trying as many different ones as I can find.
Two thumbs up for Firestone Brewery! Everything I've tried from them is outstanding
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Old 11-03-2013, 07:21 PM   #128
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We tried Samuel Adams BlackBerry Witbier, it's alright but I won't buy it again. Today I picked up some SA Boston Lager, it's cooling bown so I will try it tomorrow.

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Old 11-03-2013, 10:31 PM   #129
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Tonight it's Belhaven Scottish Ale and if our RV mascot Sparky leaves me any a little Old Speckled Hen.
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I actually prefer the Hen - but it's my BILs birthday and he likes Belhaven. The Hen was first brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG. It really is a solid, traditional tasting brew. But that's JMHO.
Traveling with a bunch of "LBC" nuts the Hen is a favorite. both in WA, TX and BC. I have a 50th Anniversary B.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:40 PM   #130
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Traveling with a bunch of "LBC" nuts the Hen is a favorite. both in WA, TX and BC. I have a 50th Anniversary B.
I still have to fight Sparky for mine.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:21 AM   #131
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Last night I had a Petrus Oud Bruin. Do love the sour Belgian beers but found this to be a little astringent but still very drinkable. Tonight a Westmalle triple! Total Wine stores in Florida are not just for wine. They have one of the best selections of beer I have ever seen. Between DW & myself we got out of there for just under $200 last trip
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:28 PM   #132
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Recently I tried a dark beer called Arrogant Bastard. It's horrible!!! Don't try unless you like a chemical tasting beer. Yucko
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Recently I tried a dark beer called Arrogant Bastard. It's horrible!!! Don't try unless you like a chemical tasting beer. Yucko
It must have been brewed by a P-O'ed divorcee!!
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:35 AM   #134
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Recently I tried a dark beer called Arrogant Bastard. It's horrible!!! Don't try unless you like a chemical tasting beer. Yucko
I'm surprised you don't like Arrogant Bastard. It is one of my favorites. You have to be a hop head though. Stone Brewing beers are all "over the top" in some way. Their Ruination IPA is not just the best I have tasted but about the most bitter.

If you still have the bottle be sure to read the back for a laugh.
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Lol. Oh yes. I read the back in the store. That's why I purchased it; they dared me to. Lol Killians Red is very smooth and like it much better.
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I'm surprised you don't like Arrogant Bastard. It is one of my favorites. You have to be a hop head though. Stone Brewing beers are all "over the top" in some way. Their Ruination IPA is not just the best I have tasted but about the most bitter.

If you still have the bottle be sure to read the back for a laugh.
Glad you chimed in on Arrogant Bastard because when the waitress recommended it to me in a restaurant and I tried it from the tap for the very first time I liked it.
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Oh man. Lol. I guess each into his own. The after taste was like chewing up a stink bug- IMO of course. Cool label though
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Arrogant Bastard is much to hoppy for me. Sam Adams is about the gist of it for hoppy beers. I like Southern Tier breweries stuff. Pumking is awesome and the 422 isn't bad either. I need to branch out more on what they have to offer.
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Arrogant Bastard is much to hoppy for me. Sam Adams is about the gist of it for hoppy beers. I like Southern Tier breweries stuff. Pumking is awesome and the 422 isn't bad either. I need to branch out more on what they have to offer.
I tried Southern Tier Pumpkin on tap and it was by far the best pumpkin beer that I have ever tasted. It blew away all the others that I have previously tried. I'll have to try the 422 but I haven't seen it around these parts. ( Massachusetts)
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Sorry, but pumpkin does not belong in beer...That is as bad as putting tomatos and beans in chili.

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