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      04-17-2013, 03:13 PM   #23
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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
yes good beer right here

Amstel
http://www.austrianbeer.co.uk/images/amstelbeer.jpg
innis and Gunn
http://shop.innisandgunn.com/media/c.../3/_/3.jpg.jpg
Upper Canada lager
http://wallpaperskd.com/wp-content/u...lager-beer.jpg

heineken and coors also not too bad for usual drinking
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DFH 120min & Olde School Barleywine
YES! I get the 120minute anytime when it's available. As well as the Olde School; at DogFishHead Ale House in Gaithersburg when it's on tap, or when I can at the store

My suggestions:

Flying Dog Brewery

^Brewery is within 10 miles of me

Delirium Tremens

Delirium Nocturnum

La Fin Du Monde

^ Incredible. Anytime I see this on the shelf I buy it

La Chouffe

Affligem Blond

It's apparent I like Belgian style. If anyone has any Belgian style brews to suggest let me know
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Bell's Hopslam (MI) - Best DIPA I've had by far
Bell's Two Hearted IPA
Bell's Expedition Stout
Three Floyd's Gumball Head (IN)
New Glarus Spotted Cow (WI)
Stone Ruination (CA)
I'm from the MI and can atest to Bell's. Hopslam is like crushed unicorn horn, mixed with orphan tears. Amber is a classic, as well as Oberon.
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amber bock IPA
my all time fav, gordon biersch pilsner
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      04-18-2013, 11:00 AM   #35
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It's apparent I like Belgian style. If anyone has any Belgian style brews to suggest let me know
I'm right there with you. I'm a fan of the Chimay Belgian beers, especially the Grande Reserve. Duvel is also good. For Belgian style ales brewed in US breweries, there is the Tank 7 I already mentioned. Colette from Great Divide Brewing is another Belgian style farmhouse ale/saison. I'm also a fan of the Trippel from New Belgium Brewing.
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I'm right there with you. I'm a fan of the Chimay Belgian beers, especially the Grande Reserve. Duvel is also good. For Belgian style ales brewed in US breweries, there is the Tank 7 I already mentioned. Colette from Great Divide Brewing is another Belgian style farmhouse ale/saison. I'm also a fan of the Trippel from New Belgium Brewing.
Ah I forgot about Duvel, that's good stuff too. Haven't tried Tank 7...
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"Hopslam is like crushed unicorn horn, mixed with orphan tears."
This sounds awesome!
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Kwak and Orval are great

Duvel and Hoegaarden are great for regular duty and ABT12 is nearly perfect.
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Robin, Do they still have Heine's in vending machines for a quarter over there? I thought that was the coolest thing ever when I was over there.
Dunno, I always got them for free

j/k

I bought a sixpack (33cl) last week for € 3.20 @ supermarket.

@ Cafés/bars it's about € 2.20/2.40 for a small 'fluitje' (shape) glass
22cc:


About € 2.80 for a 'vaasje' or 'Amsterdammer'(shape) glass 25cc :


TBH I just finished my 2nd half a litre can (50cc) Heineken and I'm done with it.



Tomorrow heading for Paris, maybe trying some Kronenbourg or whatever

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Three Floyd's Gumball Head and Stone Ruination are mine favorite beers......
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I really like Boulevard Tank 7 this time of year. It is a Belgian style farmhouse ale/saison.
Another vote for Tank 7 - it's fantastic.

Franziskaner Hefeweizen is also one of my favorites.

For one to just keep around in the house, I like Shiner Bock - Shiner has several really good varieties. Black Lager, for example.

Also a bit fan of New Belgium's Fat Tire & 1554. Can't get it here in OK!
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Also a bit fan of New Belgium's Fat Tire & 1554. Can't get it here in OK!
I love 1554 during the winter. New Belgium has expanded and really ramped up production in years past, so I'm surprised it doesn't make it out to OK. They are building a new brewery in Ashville, NC so eventually their beers will be more widely available.
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I love 1554 during the winter. New Belgium has expanded and really ramped up production in years past, so I'm surprised it doesn't make it out to OK. They are building a new brewery in Ashville, NC so eventually their beers will be more widely available.
It's because of OK laws. Can't sell the good stuff cold here, only low point. Can't even buy ice at a liquor store!

Tough pill to swallow coming from MO, where you can buy hard liquor at pretty much any grocery store.
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