What Beer Is Slaking Your Thirst?

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Piping Abe
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First pour is for @Ruffinogold

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Tonight I went to one of my local craft breweries and had two different red ales. They were both delicious.
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The local craft brewery in my town offers a beer named Loonar Uprising which, is a fantastic vanilla milk stout. But I prefer a good scotch with my pipe most of the time.
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Anoka_Tim wrote: Wed Jun 12, 2024 9:27 am The local craft brewery in my town offers a beer named Loonar Uprising which, is a fantastic vanilla milk stout. But I prefer a good scotch with my pipe most of the time.
Welcome Tim to PSF. Feel free to make an introduction and introduce yourself!
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Finally home after a week in the field. It’s Modelo time
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Piping Abe wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 8:53 pm Finally home after a week in the field. It’s Modelo time
Like. Here, it's Hofbräu Dunkel time.
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Because sometimes the body just wants canned fish. 🦪
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Yum! I'm having a Pilsner Urquell, myself. Almost bought some Warsteiner today.
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I haven’t had a Dunkle yet this year and it sounds good! The search starts.
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Tonight I'm starting with something new, a Sierra Nevada stand in from Aldi called Shuteye Peak pale ale. At $14 for a 12-pack, I'm not disappointed. It's similar, but gentler overall than the real thing. Not a problem. :thumbs:
Because sometimes the body just wants canned fish. 🦪
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