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That's the thing, I really enjoy bourbon.. I've got 3 bottles at home right now and several on the list to purchase...
Odd Sides finally started bottling and distribution! One of my favorite small breweries and their Citra Pale Ale might be my favorite beer ever. Had a couple last night and they are spectacular.
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On my third pint of Left Hand Milk Stout on nitro - delicious.
I was in Longmont, CO in October and had that on tap at their brewery. I liked it, definitely a change from some dry, boozy stouts you see.
Enjoying a mix of Nugget Nectar, Union Double Jack, and Lagunita Sucks tonight for the game. It's a hoppy kinda night...
"Come and take them"
Popped a Parabola for the game, let's do this!
Decided to bust out the Better Half tonight.
Nice. I've been doing the regular Left Hand Milk Stout lately, but you can't go wrong.
I am destroying a growler of Dry Dock vanilla porter right now.
This is without a doubt my favorite Founders beer. Would love to see them bottle it again but it will likely be a few more years.
"It's not a lie, if you believe it." - George Costanza
Bells Black Note, Bourbon Barrel Cherry Stout, Bourbon Barrel Batch 9000, and This One Goes To 11 all on tap at Crunchy's right now. You're welcome.
That sould help the pain go away....
Love Milk Stout Nitro. Great stuff.
Had a Peticolas Alfred Brown Ale and a Live Oak Big Bark Amber yesterday for happy hour. The brown ale is an English brown, would make a good session beer. The Live Oak was a good Vienna Lager. Very smooth, another one that would be good for a session beer. And I picked up a growler for 512 Pecan Porter.
agree. my favorite by far. Have one bottle left I can't bring myself to drink yet!
Drinking a 512 Pecan Porter. Love this beer.
Had it on cask a few weeks ago. It was glorious.
Having some Rogue Shakespeare stout, very very good. I've been on a monstrous stout kick lately, and this can compete with the best of them.
Finishing up the final day of my vacation. No drinks today. Still recovering from the 6 or 7 KBS I drank at Founders yesterday. No hangover! I went earlier in the day then came home for 3 hours then went back. I feel like I should go back again tomorrow.
There's a toilet in the kitchen!
For those in the NoVa area, I called a few Total Wine stores and they received their KBS today. They're limiting it to one 12oz bottle/customer though, which a huge bummer. If there wasn't a store on my way home from work, I'm not sure it'd be worth it.
Thanks for the heads up on this.. Picked up a couple bottles this past weekend and I agree it's a very good flavorful beer.
Lots of tap takeovers and specials this Friday for Opening Day. Any of these worth going out of the way for?
Bourbon Barrel 9000
Quinnanan Falls Lager
Bolt Cutter Barley Wine
Curmudgeon Old Ale
Oatmeal Stout Nitro
1908 Smoked Ale
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What is the word on the kbs release in Chicago?
I think I've gained 20 lbs. since I started reading this thread.
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. - Groucho Marx
All of the above.
Some good rare ones on your list. Black Note is the best beer I've ever had (not exaggerating). BB Batch 9000 is alright, but the licorice taste is predominant. Backwoods Bastard is good if you like strong bourbon flavor. Bolt Cutter is a very nice barley wine. I'm not a big fan of nitro beers, but I've heard good things about that Oatmeal Stout. I definitely suggest you take advantage of a few of these, especially Black Note.
Was just in Bend, OR. and hit a few new breweries and some old favorites. Tried a triple IPA (Notorious) at Boneyard Beer (a small Bend tap room--supposed to be canning soon). It was perhaps the best beer I've ever had. It compares very favorably to Pliny the Younger. Boneyard's RPM IPA was also great.
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