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Founders Breakfast Stout.

Yum.




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Eagle Rare.

Thought I'd have to struggle with it, but this batch is smooooth. Made for a most pleasant evening of "turn off, tune out, drop in" at the MIL's




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Lakefront Brewery - Fixed Gear




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Lagunitas Sucks


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Liquor store by my house always has Laguanitas but sometimes doesnt have my favorite IPA which is Dogfishead 60 minute. I dont think Laguanitas sucks but it certainly isnt the best. What are some other IPS I might try?
 
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.LOL Lagunitas Sucks is an ale.

Edit I really like Lagunitas and sucks is a good ale. I only like European IPAs American IPAs are to bitter for me.



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Rowan's Creek over some ice.

I'm remembering why I didn't buy a second bottle years ago after I tried it for the first time. Oh well, I'll finish it out of shear stubbornness.


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Barrel Strength Maker's Mark.
 
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Liquor store by my house always has Laguanitas but sometimes doesnt have my favorite IPA which is Dogfishead 60 minute. I dont think Laguanitas sucks but it certainly isnt the best. What are some other IPS I might try?


I like the IPAs with a big malt start and a bitter finish. The 90 minutes DFH is preferred to the 60 min. In terms of the stronger style I would reccommend Laguitas Maximus, 6Hebrew RIPA, Green Flash Palette Wrecker, DFH 90, Hop Juice, Boulevard Doublewide,

For a more moderate style, SN Hoptimum, Founders Centennial, Independence Stash, Boulevard Singlewide, Deschuetes Inversion, Real Ale Lost Gold, Boulevard Calling IPA.

Enjoying Knob Creek Rye tonight, cold and windy induces a thirst for the hard stuff.


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.LOL Lagunitas Sucks is an ale.

Edit I really like Lagunitas and sucks is a good ale. I only like European IPAs American IPAs are to bitter for me.



Same here. Everything I have had from these guys is damn good.


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Liquor store by my house always has Laguanitas but sometimes doesnt have my favorite IPA which is Dogfishead 60 minute. I dont think Laguanitas sucks but it certainly isnt the best. What are some other IPS I might try?




I like the IPAs with a big malt start and a bitter finish. The 90 minutes DFH is preferred to the 60 min. In terms of the stronger style I would reccommend Laguitas Maximus, 6Hebrew RIPA, Green Flash Palette Wrecker, DFH 90, Hop Juice, Boulevard Doublewide,

For a more moderate style, SN Hoptimum, Founders Centennial, Independence Stash, Boulevard Singlewide, Deschuetes Inversion, Real Ale Lost Gold, Boulevard Calling IPA.

Enjoying Knob Creek Rye tonight, cold and windy induces a thirst for the hard stuff.



big fan of DFH products,

at the alehouses they serve DFH 75,
not the same as the one you can buy in a bottle, but a blend of 60 minute and 90 minute,

best of both worlds, excellent beer, .

there is also Bell's Two Hearted, but that may not be to your liking style wise,

if you like them milder, find some English bitters, or ESB,

Fullers is good,



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Jlemmy I've still got that Dark Lord in the fridge. I've stared it down nearly every time I grab a beer but I'm going to save it for one of those long cold and dark Jan/Feb nights. Thanks again for your generosity! There are still people on my Facebook beer group that haven't been able to score a bottle.
 
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I actually got to try an ABSOLUTELY SPECTACULAR single malt scotch whisky on Thanksgiving:

ABERLOUR 18 year

UN-FREAKING-BELIEVEABLE

Drinking it neat is the only option as it is the best, smoothest I have EVER had to date. I'm sure there are other great ones out there waiting to be discovered as well, but this one will be hard to beat!


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A Knob Creek Night.







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capt. 100 with some real creme of coconut pina coladas.


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Blanche de Bruxelles, a Belgian wheat beer.

 
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Bowman Brothers, Va. Whiskey


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Almost bought the Knob Creek Rye but went with the Old Grand Dad... "Hello Younger Bear."


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Blanche de Bruxelles, a Belgian wheat beer.



Oh yeah. I love that stuff. <points at avatar>
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