The Beer Thread

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Had some over at some in-laws. They are in Albuquerque. Good stuff. Used to work in Rochester every few years and was introduced to the honey brown. Solid beer.
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As for myself, it sounds good!
 

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I had a dry hopped sour last night. Anyone like these?

That was my first one. I really liked it, but not any experience how these range.
 

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Just picked these up, will give them a go. Hopefully decent.
 

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5.0%. It has an IBU of 18 but pretty creamy. Probably the Madagascar vanilla they advertise on the label adds to the cream flavor.

Its good.

They sell beer by can here. I only bought one.
 

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5.0%. It has an IBU of 18 but pretty creamy. Probably the Madagascar vanilla they advertise on the label adds to the cream flavor.

Its good.

They sell beer by can here. I only bought one.
I wonder if Good Gravy is available here? I had a Guinness Stout yesterday, and it was good..
 

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Have you guys ever had Gennesse Cream Ale? The stuff is pretty good. I miss Alaksan Amber and Pike Place Heirloom Ale.




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Bruh. Alaskan Amber was the first beer I thought of!! I had it on tap in a microbrewery in Seattle Tacoma Airport on my way to..... Alaska. That was back in 95 and I still remember that beer today. Amazing stuff.