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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8
    For you stout lovers, may I suggest Lagunitas Brewing Cappuccino Stout. It may be hard to find, because it released in October for a very limited time. I found some at Hollingshead Deli in Orange, but you may find it at other places serving Lagunitas. A really smooth stout with a strong cappuccino flavor. Excellent beer on a cold night. The deli had it on tap which I sampled, and ended up buying a bottle to take home. My only regret is I didn't buy more.
    A friend of mine picked up a couple of bottles for me, and I just enjoyed them about a week ago. I'm not a big Stout fan, but this was stomachable with a really nice aftertaste, not as bitter as I'm used too from Stouts. Good "buzz" with it too . . . after the two large bottles I was definately on the "happy" side of things.

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    I know I already posted about this a while ago in another thread, so to keep this thread alive, and without further adieu, I present thee....



    and remember, boys n girls, this mother****er is 10%, as compared to the 4% crap that Budweiser dishes out.
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    Just remember that Barleywine is not for everyone. It's got more alcohol in it and it's way stronger and syrupier than normal beer. Numbskull is very good.

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    Another beer I tried recently was this beer from Ommegang Brewery:
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    I've had the other beers from Ommegang but haven't tried that one. I am not a fan of adding fruits or lambics into beer.

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    I'm not a big fan of lambics either, but this one is well blended and very complex. Doesn't hit you in the head with fruit flavor like many lambics. I came away very impressed. Similar to the Russian River Supplication Ale I bought at Hollingshead. The Ommegang is available at BevMo for anyone interested.
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    I went in search of Old Numbskull at my local BevMo and came away with this hot piece o' ass instead:


    It's pretty much the epitome of a strong Belgian Ale. I'd highly recommend it to anyone into Belgian Ales. It had a small alc. kick similar to a barleywine style ale, and was awesome throughout. A tad pricey, but well worth it. I've also heard of Stumblin' Monk, also by Alesmith, and now have to explore that, as well as tracking down some of the Old Numbskull.


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    I was wondering if any of you have been to Naja's Place in Redondo

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16scores
    I really like a beer from a small brewery in CO. The beer is called Fat Tire. I have not been able to find it in CA so I try to bring some back with me every time I go to CO.
    Finally tried this at Maurizio's in Glendale. They got in a test case on Friday morning and it was gone a half hour into Happy Hour. They already had a neon sign up for it, so I'm sure they'll be getting more. Was $6 for a 20oz bottle but well worth it, a very yummy brew!

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    OK so I mentioned Naja's cause they have 77 beers on tap here are a few:
    Fat Tire Amber
    Stone IPA
    Alaskan Amber
    Arrogant Bastard
    Deschutes Black Butte
    Deschutes Mirror Pond

    And they have a few hundred bottled beers

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