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03-08-2011, 11:07 PM
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Since I'm a big fan of Erdinger's Dunkel, I searched around for the WS one...gotta say, I'm not all that fond of it. Seems to have much less flavour. Definitely prefer Erdinger's version.

Love trying new beers though and glad you posted that suggestion on here.

try the WS doppelbock, instead. i think its their best beer. very complex, strong but smooth.

if you like heavy beers that are close to barley wine, try north coast old style ale. i recently tried the 12 year aged version of it and was blown away. a true nectar of the gods.

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Dogfish Head Aprihops is really good. Just picked up a 4 pack at wegmans. I like it better then the 60 and 90 minute IPA's.

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try the WS doppelbock, instead. i think its their best beer. very complex, strong but smooth.

if you like heavy beers that are close to barley wine, try north coast old style ale. i recently tried the 12 year aged version of it and was blown away. a true nectar of the gods.
The best WS is probably the Hefe, but their Doppel isn't on sale in Quebec or Ontario. That's the... Vitus, right?

If you like Doppels... By all means, try the Schneider's Aventinus.
And while you're at it, all of their offerings you can get. Schneider-Brooklyner Hopfen-Weisse is just... Well, everything you'd expect from a beer with such a name.

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it is actually WS korbinian... good freakin beer

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This is delicious:


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Put together a 2 tap kegerator in early March in order to enjoy during the hoops tourney, and it's flowed nicely into playoff season. Pun intended!

1/6 size kegs arent overly common, and regular selection is limited. We've put down a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, and a Blue Moon Spring Seasonal already. Currently have Longhammer IPA and Pyramid Hef on tap.

Any suggestions on something I might be able to order on the east coast are welcomed!

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Ladies and gentlemen, i give you Picaroons, a pride of New Brunswick. (My brother buys it in Ottawa I know). Absolutely delicious.


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Drank these two yesterday and they are both phenomenal.

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Hey!! Boston fan here. I glad to see a beer thread on this board. If ant of you are going to games in Boston, this is a great place to go 120 beers on tap and about 400 overall. It's on the green line(transit). The same as the Fleet Center. Here's a link.

http://www.allstonsfinest.com/allsto...tgrill&tap.swf

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Stella Artois is the best beer I've had. Blue Moon a close second. Tomorrow's my 21st birthday, so I'm sure I'll soon get around to trying a wider selection of beers than I have to date. Really, there's nothing like a good beer--no beverages, alcoholic or otherwise, are as pleasant to drink as a good beer.

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Fans of super hoppy IPA's should check out Double Jack from Firestone Walker and Yang from Evil Twin. Both breweries recently visited/ are visiting PA for the first time in these IPA's are out of this world. Honestly, I recommend all of Firestone's stuff... incredible.

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Just tried that today! Another great beer by DFH.

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Stella Artois is the best beer I've had. Blue Moon a close second. Tomorrow's my 21st birthday, so I'm sure I'll soon get around to trying a wider selection of beers than I have to date. Really, there's nothing like a good beer--no beverages, alcoholic or otherwise, are as pleasant to drink as a good beer.
Stella and Blue moon are great beers... but there's a whole world of beer-tastical choices out there. Go out and try some obscure things. if you like Stella, try some Belgian Tripels. Also, you may want to try a few Sierra Nevada brews. The Japanese beer sapporo might appeal to you as well.

that being said, Stella is also one of my favorites
Peroni is up there for me too

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This is delicious:

i grabbed a few of these in a mix and match 6 pack about a week ago. VERY refreshing, and IMO one of Flying Dogs best brews.

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That's just great marketing, having Steadman do all the labels. Granted I've only had the Classic Pale, but I did like it.

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Just tried that today! Another great beer by DFH.
+1.. very nice... doesn't taste anywhere near a 10% !

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