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07-16-2014, 11:00 AM
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So this just happened...

Left to Right:
PseudoSue - Toppling Goliath (APA, 5.8%)
PseudoSue - Toppling Goliath (APA, 5.8%)
90 Minute IPA - Dogfish Head (Imperial IPA, 9.0%)
Rosabi - Dogfish Head (APA, 8.0%)
60 Minute IPA - Dogfish Head (IPA, 6.0%) x2

It shall be a good weekend...
So PseudoSue is a single hop APA brewed with Citra? Citra seems to work really well as a single hop as I just recently tasted... Citra, by Oakham Ales, an English take on APA. Very sessionable, 4.6% ABV. Enjoyed it very much, amazingly complex fruity hoppy notes for only one hop variety.

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Bought a few of these.

Really tasty and pretty cheap too. Just 2€ a can in supermarkets. Highly recommend. If you like ales in general, you'll love these.


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Bought a few of these.

Really tasty and pretty cheap too. Just 2€ a can in supermarkets. Highly recommend. If you like ales in general, you'll love these.
So...Ah, what would you liken this too? Is it essentially a Pale Ale?

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Yes, it's a pale ale.

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That glass is, ah, interesting?

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Not my picture, found it from Google. But yes, it's definitely interesting.

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Tulip shaped glasses are actually supposed to be a lot better for beer drinking than the usual.

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I only drink beer from fancy glasses because it makes me feel fancy.

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It's a Spiegelau IPA glass. Designed in collaboration with Sierra Nevada and Dogfish Head. Couple of my friends own these, have tried different beers from it and it definitely enhances the aroma and taste. Especially IPAs and other well hopped styles. It also preserves the head nicely. Only problem, I think it's pretty... fugly, to be honest

Still, definitely buying a pair for myself. Can recommend.

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Got a couple sets of beer drinking glasses for my birthday recently.

Currently drinking iced tea from the goblet-shaped cup because it makes me feel like a badass.

Haven't tried out the mug (far left) yet... Reminds me of Harry Potter or something.


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I've definitely seen that mug before...Wild onion I think.

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I got some fancy German mustard that came in a small version of that mug.

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My general rule for glassware is that if it's under 8%, pint glass. Over, tulip it is. I really know what's the acceptable practice though. It's just generally what I do at home...

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