What Beer Is Slaking Your Thirst?

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Piping Abe
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Silver wrote: Fri Mar 17, 2023 9:26 pm Guinness Draught for me, at the moment. Smithwick's Red sits in the fridge, waiting its turn.
Totally forgot about Smithwicks. Love that stuff too. I haven’t seen it in a while. Killians isn’t so bad either
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Guinness Extra Stout with some Peach Brandy on the side. Impatiently waiting for the Peach Picking Season..

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A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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kschatey wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:12 pm A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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I actually visited boulevard on my last trip to visit family in Kansas. Neat place. Their standard wheat beer is one of my favorites
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Mr Beardsley wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:14 pm
kschatey wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:12 pm A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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I actually visited boulevard on my last trip to visit family in Kansas. Neat place. Their standard wheat beer is one of my favorites
Nice. All of their stuff is super solid. Their best offerings are their limited barrel-aged released. They don't hold back. Love it!
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kschatey wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:12 pm A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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Never heard of it! But I love the look of a dimpled beer mug. I gotta grab some.

Hats off for homebrew beer. That stuff is hard to do. I’d never attempt it. I always distill every beer I make :lol:
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Piping Abe wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:24 pm
kschatey wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:12 pm A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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Never heard of it! But I love the look of a dimpled beer mug. I gotta grab some.

Hats off for homebrew beer. That stuff is hard to do. I’d never attempt it. I always distill every beer I make :lol:
Thanks, but that "beer mug" is a 1 liter Maß like used at Oktoberfest. My Dobbpelbock turned out to be 9.0% this year.
Homebrewing is definitely a great hobby, skill, and artistic work. I have been homebrewing since 2001.
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Homebrew is one of the few rabbit holes I've somehow managed to stay clear of. I have a bad habit of getting way too obsessed with my hobbies
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Barq's has bite.
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kschatey wrote: Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:12 pm A liter Homebrewed Doppelbock followed by some Boulevard Quad...

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Who taught you how to pour a beer?
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