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  1. #61
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    finishing up an excellent homebrewed stout, & trying to decide what to drink next. . .
    respect a man's beer & the man respects you.

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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by hertha fever
    [B]did you bring the wernesgrüner back from germany or do they import it into the states now?

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    Available at the Aldi grocery stores around here.
    And for those of you who really don't like beer, there's AB, Coors and MillerSAB products.

  3. #63
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    Last night the line up was:

    Coniston Bluebird Bitter
    Youngs St. George's Ale
    Stone Pale Ale
    Stone Smoked Porter
    Stone IPA
    Stone Arrogant Bastard
    Stone Ruination IPA
    Stone 10th Anniversary
    Stone Double Bastard 06
    Stone Imperial Stout



    Had the Coniston and Youngs before the Stone tasting hosted by brewery co-owner Steve Wagner and the Mid Atlantic rep Scott Sheridan. I enjoyed most of the beers and it was nice to revisit some of them. I had forgotten how well the hops are paired with a solid malt backbone. The Pale Ale will now be available in their entire distribution area. Previously it had been available in their limited home area. I thought it was a nice earthy pale ale. The Smoked Porter was also very nice. Only the slightest hint of smoke. Plenty of chocolate notes and not overdone roasty like so many American porters and stouts tend to be. I liked it a lot. I can't recall having it before. The other that I had not had was the 10th Anniversary.

    Wagner said that the Vertical Epic beer series is continuing to improve with age. He says that they sample them and post info on the website to keep everyone informed if one of the years should go past prime. I have several years of the Vertical series but not all. However, an occasional poster here on Realbeer, Beerking, was with our group last night at my table and he has 2 bottles of the entire series so far including the rare 02/02/02. I have a bottle of the one batch Sawyer too. So when the time comes.....I'll be sampling the whole series most likely.


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    Originally posted by chazwicke
    However, an occasional poster here on Realbeer, Beerking, was with our group last night at my table and he has 2 bottles of the entire series so far including the rare 02/02/02. I have a bottle of the one batch Sawyer too. So when the time comes.....I'll be sampling the whole series most likely.
    wow... that's incredible. searching for 020202 is like searching for the Holy Grail.... you're never going to find it! but it looks like you struck gold.

    i have 3 bottles each of the 03-06 so far
    I suffer from Cenosillicaphobia- the fear of an empty glass!

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    Tonite, its homebrewed pale ale.
    And for those of you who really don't like beer, there's AB, Coors and MillerSAB products.

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    Originally posted by hertha fever
    wow! lots of nice posts for this thread. i´m pleasently surprised.
    Its the kind of thread you can answer 5 times and it will be different each time.
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    RDW, the worst that can happen is that you have to actually 'buy' beer.

    Drinking: Coal Porter, American Amber
    Primary:
    Secondary: Saison
    Conditioning: Pale Ale, Bohemian Pilsner Lager
    In queue: Orange Tripel, Imperial Stout, IPA

  7. #67
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    An IPA that didn't turn out very good.
    On Tap: Orange Heffenwiesen
    On Tap: Kolsch
    On Tap: Empty
    On Tap: Empty
    Fermenting: Belgian Dubbel, IIPA (120)
    On Deck: Porter, Sour Ale (Lambic Clone)
    Beer is the proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy......Ben Franklin

    Gig'em Aggies, Beat the Hell out of t.u.

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    Sierra Nevada Porter. There. I feel like I'm in the club now.
    So many beers, so little time off...

    www.michaelolsononline.com - Drop in and say hi! WAY better than the old one.

  9. #69
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    I must be getting near the end of this keg, because this once mediocre homebrewed pale ale is starting to taste really good. . . .
    respect a man's beer & the man respects you.

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    Originally posted by fretlessman71
    Sierra Nevada Porter. There. I feel like I'm in the club now.

    In the club? why your one of the leaders.




    Tonite, Bells Two Hearted Ale.
    And for those of you who really don't like beer, there's AB, Coors and MillerSAB products.

  11. #71
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    Originally posted by corysdad
    In the club? why your one of the leaders.
    A figurehead, nothing more, I assure you. Save that designation for Chaz, Steveh, and Hogie.
    So many beers, so little time off...

    www.michaelolsononline.com - Drop in and say hi! WAY better than the old one.

  12. #72
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    pretty much run of the mill stuff for me.

    wernesgrüner pils followed by a beloved bernauer schwarzbier.

    on a side note:
    congrats and good luck pittsburgh brewing!

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    water and plenty of it today

    Troegs tonight and plenty of it

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    Tonite, Summit Great Northern Porter.
    And for those of you who really don't like beer, there's AB, Coors and MillerSAB products.

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    A pint of St. Peter's Old Style Porter. That's it for tonight.
    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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