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    Picked up a 6'er of the Sam Adams Winter Lager yesterday. This has been a favorite these past 2 winters and I HOPE they didn't tweak with the recipe, like how they did with the recent Summer Ale.

    I also picked up a Speedway Stout from Alesmith to throw in the fridge for good measure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    Picked up a 6'er of the Sam Adams Winter Lager yesterday. This has been a favorite these past 2 winters and I HOPE they didn't tweak with the recipe, like how they did with the recent Summer Ale.
    Report back on it please. This past summer I ran into the Summer Ale and liked it so I am on the Sam Adams band wagon now. As far as winter ales I can recommend this as well:



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    The Alaskan is a great, yet interesting one, Roenick !

    Here is my latest haul from Liquid Solutions:

    Brew Dog - Paradox Port Dundas
    Dogfish Head - Punkin Ale
    Elysian - Night Owl Pumpkin
    Full Sail - SlipKnot IPA
    Full Sail - Wassail
    HaandBryggeriet - Dobbel Dram
    HaandBryggeriet - Haandbakk
    Harviestoun - Ola Dubh Special 12 Reserve
    Harviestoun - Ola Dubh Special 16 Reserve
    Harviestoun - Ola Dubh Special 30 Reserve
    Lagunitas - Brown Shugga
    New Belgium - Abbey Ale
    New Belgium - Blue Paddle Pils
    't Smisje - Fiori
    't Smisje - IPA +
    Wolaver's - Pumpkin Ale
    Hale's - Aftermath Imperial IPA
    Hale's - O Brien's Harvest Ale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    Dogfish Head - Punkin Ale

    New Belgium - Abbey Ale
    New Belgium - Blue Paddle Pils
    Let me know how these are

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsJohn/Obediah View Post
    Let me know how these are
    Will do, my fellow Dogfiend.

    I've never had a pumpkin ale before, this will be fun !

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    Shout out to Az and any other partakers of the golden/red necter who may visit the Pacific Northwest sometime. When here make sure you visit the Red Hook Brewery in Woodinville, WA. Great tour and very good beer. They went a bit commercial but they still have some decent brews.






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    I've had the Red Hook ESB which I REALLY enjoyed, and had a barleywine from them as well which was fantastic.

    They might be a little to big to be considered a microbrewery, but their beer is damn good! That doesn't stop me from enjoying good beer. Come to think of it, Stone and Sierra Nevada aren't really microbreweries anymore, but I drink their offerings religiously. They aren't commercial like Widmer and Pyramid as far as I am concerned!

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    I'm a fan of Widmer Hef so I tried their Holiday Ale called "Brrr" and it was interesting. Full bodied bitterness and a sweet finish. 7.2%. Try it! Ya might just like it.


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    I am open to try any new beer, regardless of who brews it. I'll hold off though until I can find a single 12oz bottle of it (most likely from Hollingshead). I try to avoid buying 6 packs of new beers incase I can't stomach it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    I've had the Red Hook ESB which I REALLY enjoyed, and had a barleywine from them as well which was fantastic.

    T
    I like Red Hook's IPA

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