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07-21-2010, 02:33 PM
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what needs to be done to get on this list? If not this one,how does one get on the list for the next batch?
Yeah what gives?

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07-21-2010, 03:33 PM
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I just tried one of my stouts for the first time in several months and I'd have to say it's matured really well. The raspberry taste has really mellowed out, which makes it much smoother. I'll work on getting those packages out to those of you who requested to try it.
Nice dude! I have got to try one!!

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Goin to my buddies house on the river in havasu this weekend,gunna be drinking cases upon cases of beer. mmmm

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Yeah what gives?
Either they killed people for me...





...or they asked in the last beer thread.




It's one of those two. PM me your address if you want me to send some out. I only have a limited supply so first come-first serve!

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07-24-2010, 11:08 PM
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Had one of these just now and it was incredibly smooth.
The label says its a a blend of two ales, one aged two years in oaks barrels.

Its good and enjoyable, but not nearly as good as the Paulaner Salvator, (a double bock that carries all the flavor and very little of the weight) which has rapidly become my new favorite beer.


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07-25-2010, 01:25 AM
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Had one of these just now and it was incredibly smooth.
The label says its a a blend of two ales, one aged two years in oaks barrels.

Its good and enjoyable, but not nearly as good as the Paulaner Salvator, (a double bock that carrys all the favor and very little of the weight) which has rapidly become my new favorite beer.
Your pallet is evolving.

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07-30-2010, 11:57 PM
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couple more beers I've had in the past few days

The Reaper Redemption Red Ale is good, almost smokey in after taste and not too full. Its actually bottled in El Monte. I sense a visit to a local tasting room coming soon


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07-31-2010, 04:32 PM
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The Bear Republic Breweries Red Rocket Ale is Oh so good. Full bodied, not too sharp and a smooth nice after-taste. I like it almost as much as the Paulaner salvator, almost!

P.S. this is on the menu at the Yardhouse


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the two beers currently in my fridge. mmm mm good




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the two beers currently in my fridge. mmm mm good



Shame on you having only two types of beer in your fridge.

If you dont have at least ten different beers in your fridge, you are not a beer drinker, you're a poser!

This is the one I tried tonight. VERY VERY GOOD. Full bodied with caramel and malts, but very smooth. Its such a pity that I dont have more free time to drink beer!


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Shame on you having only two types of beer in your fridge.

If you dont have at least ten different beers in your fridge, you are not a beer drinker, you're a poser!

This is the one I tried tonight. VERY VERY GOOD. Full bodied with caramel and malts, but very smooth. Its such a pity that I dont have more free time to drink beer!
Brother Thelonious is a great beer

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Just finished one of the best beers I have ever had, REALLY

The Paulaner - Salvator is simply unbelievable for a Double Bock.
It is right up there with a Chimay, but you have to remind yourself you're drinking a Double bock, because it doesn't have the weight that you'd expect.
I had one of these tonight for the first time. It was REALLY good, by the end you would never believe this beer is almost 8% alcohol. It just gets smoother and smoother. Highly recommend it.

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08-06-2010, 12:23 AM
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Shame on you having only two types of beer in your fridge.

If you dont have at least ten different beers in your fridge, you are not a beer drinker, you're a poser!

This is the one I tried tonight. VERY VERY GOOD. Full bodied with caramel and malts, but very smooth. Its such a pity that I dont have more free time to drink beer!
I only have 8.

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08-06-2010, 09:26 AM
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I only have 8.
Poser!

Although based upon your recent acquistion, I think you are eligible for an exemption.

Besides, eight is a lot closer than having just two. I mean what do you do if you get lucky and bring home twin sisters?

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08-07-2010, 06:59 PM
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Besides, eight is a lot closer than having just two. I mean what do you do if you get lucky and bring home twin sisters?
You are seriously underestimating Reaper's game.


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I mean what do you when you bring home twin sisters and two of their freinds?

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You are seriously underestimating Reaper's game.


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well, then he'd be ok because he's got eight (8) kinds of beer in his fridge.

I'd be ok if the whole sorority came over. Beer-wise, at least!

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Just cracked one of these open:



Tastes like dessert.

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Also bought one of these:



I would highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't tried it.

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Had one of these just now and it was incredibly smooth.
The label says its a a blend of two ales, one aged two years in oaks barrels.

Its good and enjoyable, but not nearly as good as the Paulaner Salvator, (a double bock that carries all the flavor and very little of the weight) which has rapidly become my new favorite beer.
Just a little link with info on your new, favorite beer.Enjoy:

http://www.germanbeerinstitute.com/Doppelbock.html


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08-10-2010, 10:22 PM
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Just cracked one of these open:



Tastes like dessert.
Dude, I love creme brulee, where did you get that?

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Just a little link with info on your new, favorite beer.Enjoy:

http://www.germanbeerinstitute.com/Doppelbock.html

Truly informative. Thanks!

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08-11-2010, 07:36 AM
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Dude, I love creme brulee, where did you get that?
http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2990

I'd imagine it'll be a bit of a drive for you haha.

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http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2990

I'd imagine it'll be a bit of a drive for you haha.
Hmm. Maybe I'll try and make some myself for my next batch. Never thought about it, guess I'll have to look into the ingredients.

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Hmm. Maybe I'll try and make some myself for my next batch. Never thought about it, guess I'll have to look into the ingredients.
A couple tablespoons of deliciousness.

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Picked up a 6er of this over the weekend: gooood stuff.

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