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Old 12-24-2012, 04:09 AM   #171
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Blue Moon Seasonal Abby was not bad, better than the Torpedo for me. Sam Adams Winter Lager is decent to I must say.
I like Blue Moon, it's one of the few beers I've had that I can actually say I like.
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:05 PM   #172
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Bought a 6 pack of troegs mad elf. And a sam Adams thirteenth hour.

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Blue Moon is not a craft beer or a microbrew It is made by AB I believe. It's a decent beer. Star Hills The Love Wheat beer is a beter Belgium style wheat beer though.

Tried a Blue Dawg and must say it is OK but just not my kind of beer.

Kona Brewing Company's Aloha series Koko Brown ale is a good beer.

Also tried Traveler Beer Company Shandy. Good beer with a different taste. Not many Shandy's brewed in the USA.

Smuttynose Brown Dog Ale isn't too bad either.

Sea Dog Raspberry beer is less fruity and has a cleaner taste to me than Blue Dawg for a berry beer.

Anyone try that Red's Apple Ale yet?

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I like getting beer a Kroger's. Ya get an empty 6 pack and put what ya want in it. They have a pretty good selection too.

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I like getting beer a Kroger's. Ya get an empty 6 pack and put what ya want in it. They have a pretty good selection too.
We have that here at the HyVee... great way to try something without committing to a whole 6'er of something crappy
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Ive tried a few of the fruity beers and just dont enjoy them but I like my coffee Black and bitter also. I spent a couple years in Germany in the early 80's and that refined my Beer tastes in ways I cant forget. Me and a couple of my buddies would head out to any small town we could reach with my crappy little car every chance we could. Our goal was to try every beer in Deutchland, I think it was a noble attempt but impossible because every town made its own brew and there must of been a thousand of them. I still have the coasters in my footlocker form a couple hundred different brews.

My guess is things have changed since then but "Reinheitsgebot" (water, barley and hops) and the "Provisional German Beer Laws" (allowed Wheat, Yeast and a few other items), (beer purity laws) were still followed closely for the most part. They didnt have flavors, just styles and I learned to love them all!

Ive always lived about 20 minutes from one of he oldest Breweries in the Nation, The West End Brewery in Utica NY. They have produced hundreds of different brews for well over a century. Utica Club, Matts and Saranac are a few of their more famous Barly Pops but they also produce for a bunch of labels for others. The tour is a must do and often! The brewhause is a magnificent relic with giant ages old copper brew pots and a tasting at the end of the tour is yummy.

Ive decided that if I win the lottery or somehow strike it rich, I will move near Boston and work part time at Sam Adams and part time catching giant Tuna! That sounds like the perfect life to me!

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We could call you Wicked Adams!

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