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mobius006
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Mon Mar 12, 2012 2:40 am

there is a place in Fullerton Ca called Bootlegger's .. 64 oz of their IPA is 11 bucks.. Enjoying that tonight :D
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Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:30 am

Breckenridge Vanilla Porter is the greatest beer ever made. See via Colorado, and weep at the greatness America! :pint:
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Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:55 am

mobius006 wrote:there is a place in Fullerton Ca called Bootlegger's .. 64 oz of their IPA is 11 bucks.. Enjoying that tonight :D
there new IPA yes, not the knuckle sandwhich which is damn hard to get. But I love that place
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Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:14 am

WalterSobchak wrote:Breckenridge Vanilla Porter is the greatest beer ever made. See via Colorado, and weep at the greatness America! :pint:
Gross. Tastes like a fake vanilla bomb was dropped into every bottle. Let it age for a year and then try it.
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Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:33 am

thegig wrote:Gross. Tastes like a fake vanilla bomb was dropped into every bottle.
I agree, that vanilla porter tasted pretty bad, their oatmeal stout is drymounting awful too.
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Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:19 pm

You both equal crap taste buds. Guess my taste buds equal crap also because I'm in love with the IPA. IPA is soooo dirty tasting. I love em though.
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Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:22 pm

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mkuborn wrote:Has anyone noticed Dead Guy has become less delicious in the last few years or is that just my taste buds changing? Their Hazelnut Brown is pretty much the nectar of the gods, the John John Ale is in my top 5 beers ever, and the Mori Moto Soba and Honey Summer are a favorites too. Anyone try the Pumpkin Patch Ale i just noticed that on the site and I am a sucker for anything with pumpkin...

I have noticed that its not that flavorful out of the bottle anymore, maybe i have just been drinking too much of it off the tap.

I thought it was just me, It doesn't taste the same anymore. Now i'm on a mission to find something new.
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Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:31 am

Note to self: Getting bombed on Yeti and Claymore Scotch Ale leads to a ferocious hangover the next day.... :hanging:
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halokiti wrote:Not sure if anyone is interested in this, but it's a free engraved Stella Artois chalice. http://www.stellaartois.com/choose-your-chalice-4411/

I got my code by mailing in an index card but putting 280xxxx, the Xs being random numbers work too. You just have to try a bunch of times. It's worth a shot and it's free. This one worked for me just now and it's available. 2806594

It's one per person so multiple chalices for each household should fly.

The engraving is limited to three 15 character lines. I guess you guys will put something like "drymount this beer" or something similar.
Anyone received these yet? I sent one to buddy without his knowledge. Wandering if he might have received it. He's in VA if it makes a difference.
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jamesmassey1988 wrote:
halokiti wrote:Not sure if anyone is interested in this, but it's a free engraved Stella Artois chalice. http://www.stellaartois.com/choose-your-chalice-4411/

I got my code by mailing in an index card but putting 280xxxx, the Xs being random numbers work too. You just have to try a bunch of times. It's worth a shot and it's free. This one worked for me just now and it's available. 2806594

It's one per person so multiple chalices for each household should fly.

The engraving is limited to three 15 character lines. I guess you guys will put something like "drymount this beer" or something similar.
Anyone received these yet? I sent one to buddy without his knowledge. Wandering if he might have received it. He's in VA if it makes a difference.
I believe most of us ordered them on or around March 6th. I think the website said expect 4-6 week turnaround time. So, we might be getting them next week or so.
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Wow. Some serious bite.
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Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:33 pm

^That stuff is good as drymount!
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Fri Mar 30, 2012 11:36 pm

Baker wrote:Giving this one a go tonight. So much beer to try here in Denver.

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I've got the sticker Upslope stuck via my Xbox 360. I dig the IPA.
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Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:20 am

the last of a growler of boneyard - hop venom
and the better half of a 6 pack of lagunitas - little sumpin
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Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:38 am

Anyone ever had anything good from Lost Coast brewery? That Shark or Great White or whatever was kinda whack, and now I'm drinking the 8-ball Porter and it's pretty thin and boring. But the market by me has, like, all of their stuff off and on...any of their stuff any good?

I wish BevMo were closer.
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