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    I love Rogue.
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    Bookmark it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    Last night I had a Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar. Dee-licious !!! I'm not very big on brown ales, but this one would pair excellent with dessert or just to throw in the mix if you're hopped out on the bitter sided brews.

    I haven't sampled much from Rogue, but will be picking up more of their brews pretty soon.

    Everything from Rogue is top-notch. They have a ton of different beers and styles so it might take you a while to try them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    Sam from Stuffed Sandwich had been bugging me to find the '02 for him. He LOVES Stone Brews.
    You can likely find an 02 at the Freakin Frog in Las Vegas. But it will cost around $250 if I remember correctly. The place is across the street from UNLV. They have a website: http://www.freakinfrog.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8 View Post
    I finally opened my last bottle of Supplication Ale. This beer is so complex, it is closer to wine then it is beer. It's a brown ale aged for 12 months in oak Pinot Noir barrels with tart cherries added. I had this bottle stored for at least another 18 months after purchase before finally putting it in the fridge.

    Nice reddish brown hue, with a wonderful aroma. This is beer meant to be sipped slowly and savored. I wish I had more, but at $10.00 a bottle, it is not in my everyday beer budget.


    I'm a huge fan of the Supplication brews. So many wonderful things went right with it,a true cornicopia of flavor. I had a six pack of Hebrew Genesis ale last night. Not bad really. Its certified kosher,has a mix of different malts,caramel,dark crystal,munich,and wheat and an array of different hops also which lends it a nice blend of flavor. I'd give it 9 out of 10 it truly was great to the palate.

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    Anyone here ever try the Trappis westvlerteen 12 or 8,they're continually rated top ten on every beer site? I also would like feedback on the Dark Lord Imperial stout if any have tried. I can't see paying that much for one without some type of feedback even at 12 percent alcohol.

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    i did a beer run at bevmo yesterday and got some recommended beers you guys had mentioned in previous pages (lagunitas sirius and deschutes black butte).

    i also got this:

    it's from a brewery in SLC that my husband used to go to when he lived there. i served it with a vietnamese curry, it was really tasty and went with the coconut milk and spices well. i think it's a good beer to have with any spicy food in general because it compliments that part of your palate well.

    my sister in law had the lagunitas though which she really liked. i have yet to try it but will definitely do so soon.

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    the Green Flash EPA isn't that bad at all. a lil bit of an aftertaste, but not bad at all.

    I'll try the Squatters next. I've seen it many times but have never gotten around to try it.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    Hurray! A Bevmo just opened in my area so I went to check it out today. Was disappointed to find the Mad River Steelhead IPA was sold out. But I did manage to find another brew of my mis-spent youth; Mackeson Stout.
    http://beer.trash.net/beerpage.php?beernum=1922

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    Blue Moon
    a bit citrus to it, excellent nonetheless

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    Quote Originally Posted by feldspar View Post
    Blue Moon
    a bit citrus to it, excellent nonetheless
    For being brewed by Coors it really isn't that bad. The coriander is very present at first (somewhat of a turn off to me) but the oat in the finish really puts everything in place. It's definitely one of the better choices on draft that you're going to see at most chain restaurants (Chili's, Applebees, etc)

    Just trying to review it for what it is. Blanche de Chambly kicks its ass, by the way

    Since we're talking about witbiers, has anybody had the Sam Adams White ale?

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