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  1. #16
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    North Coast Brewing Co. Red Seal Ale

    Reeeeeal good stuff
    What contemptible scoundrel has stolen the cork to my lunch? --W.C. Fields

  2. #17
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    Originally posted by The Alchemist
    Penn Gold, a German-style helles. On tap,at home, after a nice run.
    thats the first mention of any of the penn beers ive seen on here. all are excellent, but as is usually the case, in my opinion, the microbrews flagship brand is the weakest of the lot.
    penn now makes a "weizen bock", but i think its only available on premises in may.

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    I went to PA yesterday to pick up some beer. I was astonished to find that in one weekend my sixtel of Sunshine Pils was emptied out at the beach. Anyway here is what I got yesterday:

    Growlers:
    Pikeland Pils - Sly Fox
    Pale Ale - Sly Fox
    Prima Pils - Victory

    Sixtels:
    Sunshine Pils - Troegs
    Farmhouse - Flying Fish
    Pils - Legacy

    I'm on quite the pils binge these days. Anyway the Sunshine and the Farmhouse will go to the beach kegerator tomorrow and the Legacy may join the Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale that I have on the home kegerator or go into reserve for the next tap that comes up dry. Tonight after work I hope to enjoy one of the growlers. Probably the Sly Fox Pils. It is excellent.

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    St Bernadus ABT 12, and I have a duchesse Du Bourgogne poured and warming up for later
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    Water. I just came from donating blood and I'm down and out. I always do the double draw and it leaves me knocked way down for the evening.
    It's always time for a beer

    On tap:Oatmeal Stout, ESB
    Primary:Imperial HoppyRoggenbier
    Bottled:2006 crabapple cider,Cherry Brett,Black Braggot,2 Prickly Pear Meads(1996 and 2006),Sour Pumpkin
    Lagering: Pecan Rauchbock
    Secondary: apple cider vinegar
    Next: Sticke Alt

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    Boulevard Pale Ale. Perfect for a hot day!
    "Fan ain't short for fantastic" ... Stephen King


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    Currently I, too, am drinking water. Last night, however, I was drinking DFH Indian Brown Ale.
    Scott

    Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect.

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    What did you think of the Indian Brown? I'm in my office right now. 10:30 AM and drinking water. Had coffee earlier. I'm heading to the beach at noon. I'll be drinking Sunshine Pils and Flying Fish Farmhouse there. Last night I drank the growler of Sly Fox Pikeland Pils. It was remarkable. I tried to get a sixtel of it but they were out of it in sixtels. A hoppy pils, but refreshing.

    Commercial Description:
    Known as Sly Fox Keller when served unfiltered. "An unfiltered 'cellar' version of our Pikeland Pilsner, cloudy and golden in the glass, crisp and dry on the tongue. Brewed with imported German Pils malt and hopped with German and Czech hops."

    Gold Medal, GABF 2000; Bronze Medal, GABF 2003. A Northern German style Pilsner brewed with imported German Pils malt and hopped with German and Czech hops. Light in body, light straw in color and dry.

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    Shiner 98. A Bavarian Style Amber this year. They'll play hell topping last year's schwarzbier.
    And I wish I were somewhere other than here
    Down in some honky-tonk sippin' on a beer

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    Originally posted by chazwicke
    What did you think of the Indian Brown?
    A very nice example of a brown ale.
    Scott

    Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect.

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    Originally posted by Seymour
    Shiner 98. A Bavarian Style Amber this year. They'll play hell topping last year's schwarzbier.
    I didn't know they made a schwartz.






    Currently drinking Sunshine Pils. YUM!

  12. #27
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    Community ESB...this was a good idea.(Thanks Otis)...my own Brown...my delicious Fuggleberry pie...and i picked up a 4pk of Flying Dog Double dog IPA (cant go the weekend without a good old IIPA)...while I watch the Sox BURY the Yanks!
    Brewing:
    Primary:: YPA (yankee pale ale)...Xtra version!!
    Secondary:: Realbeer ESB
    Conditioning::
    Ready:Corky's Happy wife..(tks corky this stuff is good...almost gone...lol), Peachy wheat...
    Next up::Something!!

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    I'm headed to the kegeratopr for a wit and maybe then a porter.
    It's always time for a beer

    On tap:Oatmeal Stout, ESB
    Primary:Imperial HoppyRoggenbier
    Bottled:2006 crabapple cider,Cherry Brett,Black Braggot,2 Prickly Pear Meads(1996 and 2006),Sour Pumpkin
    Lagering: Pecan Rauchbock
    Secondary: apple cider vinegar
    Next: Sticke Alt

  14. #29
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    Odell Easy Street Wheat, thanks to Fret.
    A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it's better to be thoroughly sure.

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    Originally posted by chazwicke
    I didn't know they made a schwartz.

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    Shiner 97 was a very tasty schwartzbier. They don't make it anymore. It was a one time offering, last year.
    Scott

    Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect.

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