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    Thanks Corky and Malty, I'll so advise our...

    Thanks Corky and Malty, I'll so advise our membership
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    Allagash Tripel Ale

    ...at 9% in the 1 pt 9.4 oz (750 ml) has to be one of the tastiest, 9.3 (on our nonlinear scale 0f 10, where 3 is acceptable and 5 excellent). As Recording Secretary of The Greater Southwest...
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    Munich Gold

    As Recording Secretary of The Greater Southwest Beer-Tasting Society I am forever impressed how subtly one brew can be greater than another

    We herewith invites you to try Hacker-Pschorr Munich...
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    Oh incidentally that's 1.6 on a nonlinear scale...

    Oh incidentally that's 1.6 on a nonlinear scale of 10 where 3.0 is satisfactory and 5.0 is excellent
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    Miller v Heineken's Kaisers

    After the last tasting of the Greater Southwest Beer-Tasting Society, as a sort of joke someone left behind an 18-pak of Miller Genuine Draft in the can. A child of the Great Depression and...
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    Thanks Mike, at next opportunity I'll be on the...

    Thanks Mike, at next opportunity I'll be on the lookout for these

    To this end I shall fwd this thread to our members in the hope at our next tasting…..
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    Thank you Mike By chance do you remember any...

    Thank you Mike

    By chance do you remember any subtle or outstanding flavors in Moose
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    Moose Drool

    .a brown ale by Big Sky. I had wondered whether it might conform to the general rule, the uglier the label or its name, the greater probability that I'll like it. I did indeed like Moose although...
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    Thanks Mike, yes, New Belgium does good work ...

    Thanks Mike, yes, New Belgium does good work

    However in spite of its lager yeast its maker calls Skinny Dip an ale
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    What's Skinny Dip

    It calls itself a "beer" but it turns out to be an ale,

    https://www.google.com/#q=is+skinny+dip+a+lager

    ...though not judging by its flavor. I for one would have guessed a lager or pilsner
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  11. Thread: Ranger IPA

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    Ranger IPA

    Thanks to a recent visit by No. 1 Son and family I might now have tasted my latest favorite beverage, New Belgium Ranger IPA, an aromatic treat thanks probably to its choice of Simcoe, Cascade, and...
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    Miller Fortune

    Is it a lager or malt liquor

    What do you think of it

    https://www.google.ca/#q=what+kind+of+beer+is+miller+fortune
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    Bikini Blonde

    I've repeatedly observed that some of the best brews come with the ugliest labels, even sometimes in a can. So on behalf of the Greater Southwest Beer-Tasting Society, as its Recording Secretary, in...
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    Thanks Corky, be sure to report back

    Thanks Corky, be sure to report back
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    Oh Hevelius, Boss

    Hevelius Caper and Boss Beer, two Poland lagers recently gifted by my two sons and a family friend as most welcome birthday/Xmas gifts owing to the increasing shortage of lagers out here in Cal's...
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    New Belgium' Finest

    From the Greater Southwest Beer-Tasting Society, thanks to Banjo for the article below by Brooks
    for the CC Times on the sour beer, among whose brewers is included New Belgium. Another feature,...
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    Redbridge "beer", Anchor Ca Lager

    What do these two have in common

    Alone, a first tasting the other day: While we're not even sure it should be called beer, it has achieved some scores of "acceptable" (3.0) or better,
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    Thanks Corky for those pertinent remarks ...

    Thanks Corky for those pertinent remarks

    Agreed the idea of spicing beer sounds weird but I was surprised to find, at least for my palate, that the Sam's benefited from it
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    At only 5.3% That's quite understandable Corky ...

    At only 5.3% That's quite understandable Corky

    As I had mentioned in another thread, given my German heritage I felt much the same way for some 81 years, and it's only recently I've begun to...
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    Accompaniment by jerky

    Jerky (and nuts, too) go well with our afternoon libation. Especially I'm delighted for this opportunity to call to your attention a particular variety, Grilled Pork Jerky, "All Natural, Tastes...
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    Erdinger weiszen and Sam's Summer Ale

    By sheer coincidence I tasted these two a couple afternoons ago. Besides both wheat brews, how is Erdinger Weiszen Kristall All Natural, "The world's No. 1 Hefeweiszen" like Sam Adams Summer Ale...
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    The condescending and pretentious amongst us...

    The condescending and pretentious amongst us might use the term "subtle"

    If so then do report back Corky

    Amen. Of course compared to a typical IPA for instance I suppose one could consider the...
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    Widmer Hopside Down lager/IPA

    "India style pale lager," but "Rotator IPA series"

    "We're turning things deliciously upside down with an aggressively hopped cold-fermentred brew that brings together the clean, crisp finish of a...
  24. Thread: Pale Ales

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    Why thank you Buck, you've made my day, what's...

    Why thank you Buck, you've made my day, what's left of it anyhow
  25. Thread: Pale Ales

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    Pale Ales

    Recently had opportunity to compare the Widmer w/ the Kirkland, where the latter failed miserably by contrast

    ....yet apparently belied by the some of the following records from the Greater...
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