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Old Dec 1, 09, 10:57 am   #76
 
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Stewart's Cream Soda and Cherry Soda!!!
...and a case of Becks.
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Old Dec 1, 09, 2:51 pm   #77
 
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Great selection - especially the Rochefort.Fantastic beer.

I'm not sure about the idea that any stout shouldn't be served cold.It's highly unlikely, for instance, that you'd be served a Youngs Double Chocolate stout in a London pub that wasn't from a fridge, especially in a Youngs pub.

But, of course, it's all a matter of taste. I remember when Guinness launched Guinness Extra Cold in Irish pubs. It was so cold it hurt your sinuses going down and completely destroyed the taste of the stout.It didn't last long.
I like Guinness at room temp. But you're right about Youngs DCS. Although too cold and you can't taste it as I have found.
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Old Dec 4, 09, 5:02 pm   #78
 
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I Always a few chilled bottles of Augustiner Edelstoff" in the fridge.
Best Bavarian beer from a small brewery.
You gotta try it, when coming to Munich.
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Old Dec 5, 09, 6:19 am   #79
 
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After a brief beer hiatus (trying to reduce the waistline) I have broken my self-imposed ban with something I really like - Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout. Pours like engine oil and at 10% it's a winter sipper alright.
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Old Dec 6, 09, 1:47 am   #80
 
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Coors Light
Bud Light
Sweetwater 420
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Old Dec 6, 09, 3:43 am   #81
 
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6 bottles of Heiniken
1 can of Bulmers
3 bottles of Corona
2 1 litre bottles of Smirnoff Blue
1 1 litre bottle of Gordons Gin
Jack Daniels bottle
Jeigermeister bottle
1 bottle of "house" white chardonnay

Not bad for a girl you think?
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Old Dec 6, 09, 5:43 am   #82
 
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A six pack of Suntory Malts. I find most of the common Japanese beers to be delicious and refreshing. Ebisu is also another favorite of mine.

My favorite thing about the AA Admiral`s club at NRT is the Asahi beer machine...
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Old Dec 8, 09, 6:19 pm   #83
 
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Michelob Light on draught and Sweetwater Motorboat. Sweetwater is the second largest microbrewry in the SE based in Atlanta. Their signature craft is caled 420 but I like Motorboat best.
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Old Dec 9, 09, 5:49 am   #84
 
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Made a winter-brew run through the mega store this weekend just to try a few out:
Sam Adams Winter
Celebration by Sierra Nevada
Harpoon warmer something...not a fan at all
Full Moon by Blue Moon

Out of those four, sampled side by side of course, my favorites are Sam Adams and Celebration. Harpoon just is too spicey for me and Full Moon doesn't have much distinction to it.

Also picked up some 2 Below from New Belgium which is my favorite overall.
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Old Dec 15, 09, 12:26 pm   #85
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A single bottle of Life and Limb, which is a bit intimidating due to the addition of some ingredients that would never get by a German brewer plus the fact that it costs an arm and a leg. Anyone tried this? I was encouraged by the fact that Sierra Nevada seems to be involved and the recommendation of the beer tender at the Central Market, but I'm waffling now. LOL.

Edit: I'll answer my own question. I should have known that greggwiggins would have tasted this beer first. LOL.

What's in Your Beer Fridge Right Now?

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Old Dec 15, 09, 12:38 pm   #86
 
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A single bottle of Life and Limb, which is a bit intimidating due to the addition of some ingredients that would never get by a German brewer plus the fact that it costs an arm and a leg. Anyone tried this? I was encouraged by the fact that Sierra Nevada seems to be involved and the recommendation of the beer tender at the Central Market, but I'm waffling now. LOL.

Edit: I'll answer my own question. I should have known that greggwiggins would have tasted this beer first. LOL.

What's in Your Beer Fridge Right Now?
And I got paid to drink it, too.
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Old Dec 15, 09, 12:43 pm   #87
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And I got paid to drink it, too.
LOL. Now you're just rubbing it in. This stuff is $8.99 a bottle around here.

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Old Dec 15, 09, 1:16 pm   #88
 
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3 30 packs of Bud, and 3 30 packs of Bud Light. $15.99 ea.
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This stuff is $8.99 a bottle around here.
I guess you're not in the market for a bottle of Samuel Adams Utopias for your beer fridge then. (Please be sitting down when you click the link.)
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Old Dec 15, 09, 2:51 pm   #90
 
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right now, Wadworth 6X
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