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    FW Parabola is some pretty good stuff. Especially when the bottle is over a year and a half old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnholyGoalie View Post
    FW Parabola is some pretty good stuff. Especially when the bottle is over a year and a half old.
    think I have a bottle of that somewhere in the cellar. will report back.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    I'm sure that Hangar 24 has been discussed at some point in this huge thread. My wife and I have friends who lived literally down the street from Hangar. So I've been enjoying their stuff for years. I asked my buddy to pick me up two bottles of this beauty. Pugachev's Cobra. I haven't had this one yet. I've had last years version. And light beer drinkers need not apply. This is a glorious assault on your tastebuds. 15.8% of knock your dick in the dirt!


    Barrel Roll No. 3 - Pugachev's Cobra

    Get ready for an assault on your senses with PUGACHEVíS COBRA, an intense Russian Imperial Stout. This rich, black beauty with a thick caramel head is bursting with aromas of chocolate, vanilla, oak, bourbon, licorice and dark fruits, while flavors of chocolate-covered plum, sweet malt, bourbon, and roasted coffee explode on your pallet. This is no ordinary beer; three different dark roasted malts and rich maple syrup are combined in a truly unique brewing process to create complexity and depth. Once fermented, itís then aged for eight months in freshly emptied bourbon barrels. This powerful concoction is designed to be enjoyed now with friends or cellared to perfection and savored in the years to come.

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    PUGACHEV'S COBRA: The brainchild of Victor Pugachev ó not for the faint of heart. Pilot suddenly raises the aircraft nose to near vertical before dropping back to attack mode.

    First Release: December 10, 2011;

    First Release Bottles: 3,495

    Anticipated Second Release: December 8, 2012

    Anticipated Bottles for Second Release: 6,000

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    Des chutes jubilale. Way more special than just for the holidays. I have grown to appreciate deschutes and this does not disappoint

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    Jubelale is solid. I really like that one. Nice and malty without being too much makes it easy to drink a whole six pack. I had a bottle of Stone Enjoy by and a couple pours of the VE 12/12/12 last night. Both solid.

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    4 pm today we're heading down to one of the local wine places for a Winter Warmer beer event. On tap: Anchor Christmas Ale 2012, Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper,
    Deschutes Brewing Jubelale - and I'm hoping they have some Victory at Sea left over from the last event. I've had 'em all and the Santa's Little Helper is genius this year. We have a place selling it for $4.99 a bottle here in SLO so we're buying it by the case. I hope they don't run out soon. Eureka Burger has it for $26 a bottle - idiotic. I love that they get good beer - I HATE that they completely overprice it.

    Anyway, point being - I highly recommend the Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper. It's incredibly delicious.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormy2213 View Post
    4 pm today we're heading down to one of the local wine places for a Winter Warmer beer event. On tap: Anchor Christmas Ale 2012, Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper,
    Deschutes Brewing Jubelale - and I'm hoping they have some Victory at Sea left over from the last event. I've had 'em all and the Santa's Little Helper is genius this year. We have a place selling it for $4.99 a bottle here in SLO so we're buying it by the case. I hope they don't run out soon. Eureka Burger has it for $26 a bottle - idiotic. I love that they get good beer - I HATE that they completely overprice it.

    Anyway, point being - I highly recommend the Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper. It's incredibly delicious.

    I second this.

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    Yeah, but which version? The green or the red label?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnholyGoalie View Post
    Yeah, but which version? The green or the red label?
    So far all I have had is the green label. If I could find the red label, the bourbon barrel aged version, I'd buy everything I could. I can only imagine I'd love the bourbon barrel aged stuff even more as I'm a big Firestone Xn and Parabola fan (lucky living where I live). The version we had on draft this afternoon was the green label. But we complemented that with a nice Delirium Noel afterwards. Fun stuff man. Fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnholyGoalie View Post
    Yeah, but which version? The green or the red label?
    Green. All the way.

    Red...me no like.

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