THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!



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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby CBA » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:35 pm

adrianlee wrote:I'm on a north peak kick. Wanderer session IPA? Fuck yeah.



I'm not a huge North Peak fan, but I had a Furry Black IPA the other night and it was pleasant. Like a chocolate IPA or something.


Sucking on Oberon today... not the best, but it's cheap and local!


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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby adrianlee » Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:45 pm

CBA wrote:
adrianlee wrote:I'm on a north peak kick. Wanderer session IPA? Fuck yeah.



I'm not a huge North Peak fan, but I had a Furry Black IPA the other night and it was pleasant. Like a chocolate IPA or something.


Sucking on Oberon today... not the best, but it's cheap and local!


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Oberon is dece. I had a really bad batch of it already this season. but, i had a great one as well. So, cant complain too much. Bell's porter for me, tonight. Always a good one.
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby CBA » Sat Apr 14, 2012 10:41 pm

adrianlee wrote:
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adrianlee wrote:I'm on a north peak kick. Wanderer session IPA? Fuck yeah.



I'm not a huge North Peak fan, but I had a Furry Black IPA the other night and it was pleasant. Like a chocolate IPA or something.


Sucking on Oberon today... not the best, but it's cheap and local!


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Oberon is dece. I had a really bad batch of it already this season. but, i had a great one as well. So, cant complain too much. Bell's porter for me, tonight. Always a good one.


Yeah dude, it's like every other year Oberon is :facepalm: . Two years ago it was pretty bad, last year it was good, this year it's good for the most part. Bell's is always consistent; I think that people go so ass-bonkers over Oberon that Bell's overdoes the production and there are some duds in there.

Enjoy your Porter! The weather calls for it. :grumpy:


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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby JamesHommersen » Sat Apr 14, 2012 10:56 pm

I would like to see more American microbrews in Canada...try a bunch of different stuff you know? I know a beer store opened up, I think in Cambridge, that specializes in micro and craft brews. They run their place like the stock markets...if the demand for a particular beer is high then the price goes up, if it is low then the price is lower, it's a pretty cool concept. I'll definitely be hitting that place up soon. Any recommendations?
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby Jeff-7 » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:05 pm

I'm a big fan of Boulevard, but they're a Midwest microbrew so I'm not sure if you'll find it up there.
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby CBA » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:23 pm

JamesHommersen wrote:I would like to see more American microbrews in Canada...try a bunch of different stuff you know? I know a beer store opened up, I think in Cambridge, that specializes in micro and craft brews. They run their place like the stock markets...if the demand for a particular beer is high then the price goes up, if it is low then the price is lower, it's a pretty cool concept. I'll definitely be hitting that place up soon. Any recommendations?



What more do you need than Unibroue?


I guess they don't have an IPA, but still. I've mentioned La Fin Du Monde like 80 times in this thread.


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P.S. I'm just being hyperbolic.
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby adrianlee » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:56 pm

CBA wrote:
JamesHommersen wrote:I would like to see more American microbrews in Canada...try a bunch of different stuff you know? I know a beer store opened up, I think in Cambridge, that specializes in micro and craft brews. They run their place like the stock markets...if the demand for a particular beer is high then the price goes up, if it is low then the price is lower, it's a pretty cool concept. I'll definitely be hitting that place up soon. Any recommendations?



What more do you need than Unibroue?


I guess they don't have an IPA, but still. I've mentioned La Fin Du Monde like 80 times in this thread.


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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby huggernaut » Mon Apr 16, 2012 1:12 pm

CBA wrote:
adrianlee wrote:
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adrianlee wrote:I'm on a north peak kick. Wanderer session IPA? Fuck yeah.



I'm not a huge North Peak fan, but I had a Furry Black IPA the other night and it was pleasant. Like a chocolate IPA or something.


Sucking on Oberon today... not the best, but it's cheap and local!


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Oberon is dece. I had a really bad batch of it already this season. but, i had a great one as well. So, cant complain too much. Bell's porter for me, tonight. Always a good one.


Yeah dude, it's like every other year Oberon is :facepalm: . Two years ago it was pretty bad, last year it was good, this year it's good for the most part. Bell's is always consistent; I think that people go so ass-bonkers over Oberon that Bell's overdoes the production and there are some duds in there.

Enjoy your Porter! The weather calls for it. :grumpy:


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Bell's is definitely one of my favorite breweries overall though. Oberon's not really my style, but 2 hearted and Kalamazoo Stout are two goto beers for me quite often.

Bell's stuff in general is just so nicely balanced. Totally love them.
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby foomanfat » Thu Apr 19, 2012 6:06 pm

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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby adrianlee » Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:25 pm

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How is this milk stout?
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby foomanfat » Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:59 pm

adrianlee wrote:
foomanfat wrote:[img]http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7081/6948544404_861b737a09_z.jpg[img]


How is this milk stout?


It is kind of odd. I was initially thrown by it's sweetness. It's not overly sweet, by any means, but it's a nice change from my usual porter. I like it.
I can't really compare it to anything as it's the only sweet beer (let alone milk stout) I've had.
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Re: THE BEER THREAD(?)----->!!!

Postby adrianlee » Thu Apr 19, 2012 8:01 pm

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foomanfat wrote:[img]http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7081/6948544404_861b737a09_z.jpg[img]


How is this milk stout?


It is kind of odd. I was initially thrown by it's sweetness (not overly sweet, by any means), but it's a nice change from my usual porter. I like it.



I'll have to find it!

I'm drinking a local IPA. Elevator three frogs. It's pretty excellent.
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