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Friday and yesterday it was Elijah craig 12 year small batch. Tonight blanton's.


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I had Duvel in Antwerp, Belgium & loved it.
Then I had it here in the States & hated it.
Is their beer made both here & over seas ?


You know, I really don't know the answer to that. I can tell you though that my recent Duvel was lovely.

Tonight, however, I will be having a glass of Mumm Champagne that my wife's parents just brought to Utah from France for the start of their two week trip in the American West. It's also to toast to their new granddaughter. Smile


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^^^^^^^^ Saaluute!

Lagunitas Lucky 13, a favorite. Maybe follwed with Bowmore or Taiwan Beer.


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I had Duvel in Antwerp, Belgium & loved it.
Then I had it here in the States & hated it.
Is their beer made both here & over seas ?


You know, I really don't know the answer to that. I can tell you though that my recent Duvel was lovely.

Smile


The answers are "time and travel ... and possibly, yeast."

1. Depending on whom you believe, the Duvel recipe has a fair amount of late addition hops. (Hops added near the end of the boil.) These hops provide a lot of volatile oils that give great aroma when the beer is fresh, but these oils fade and disappear over time.

2. If the beer is brewed in Belgium (and I believe all Duvel is brewed in Belgium) it has to travel over great distance (obviously) to get in your local package store. This speeds up the ageing process and brings in other factors like light-struck bottles that will produce a "funky" off flavor.

3. Duvel may be brewed at various sites now that they've bought quite a few breweries in the USA (Ommegang)and in Belgium (la Chouffe). Those breweries may be using a strain of yeast that is close to the Moortgat brewery yeast... but not quite.

I can't distinguish among hops very well, but I am very sensitive to yeast flavor profiles. Often, I can tell when different brands use the same yeast (as is the case in almost all Budweiser products, yecch!) or a brewery may use a different strain of yeast to produce beer that is slightly different from the original.

Yes, I am a beer geek.


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I absent mindedly picked this up thinking this was Old Leghumper, but not really looking.
Irishsetter Red, nice !
I'm not into overly hopped beers ( go figure with my affection for OctoberFest) but this is mild for a red.... I like it !
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Tequila Ocho--la plata


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Martin's Rake, Pinot Noir, New Zealand. Okay but will probably not buy it again.
 
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The new Crown Royal Honey! I hate it! Back to my original Crown...


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Knappogue Castle Bourbon Cask 12 Yr, Balvenie Doublewood, Einbecker Pils.


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A hearty pour of Russian Standard Vodka.


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Just tried a nice Australian red blend table wine called 19 Crimes. Very tasty and smooth, and less than $10 a bottle.
 
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Some Jack Daniels.
 
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Makers Mark tonight




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Not the derby, but I have a Julep.


 
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Balvenie Caribbean Cask tonight. Tasty old friend!



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