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Brandon Holt just posted his artwork for Darnkess this year :drool:
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jjbehren wrote:Anybody do any of the Paradox beers? The concept, IMO, is pretty great, if I understand it correctly. They brew a unique batch, bottle it up, and then move on to another batch of a different beer. Once the batch is gone, it's gone. I've heard some are not great and others are spectacular. Curious if anyone here has tried any.
Yazoo (from Nashville) does this with their hop project, its a different mix of hops and only made / bottled once. I think they are up to #78 or so.
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Drank a few this past Saturday...

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So you got hammered outside and then watched a Taylor Swift Blu-Ray? That's what I'm seeing there.
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i need to get me one of those. have all my stuff in boxes. sadly, i would probably actually need two, cause what i have would probably easily fill one of them.
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jjbehren wrote:Anybody do any of the Paradox beers? The concept, IMO, is pretty great, if I understand it correctly. They brew a unique batch, bottle it up, and then move on to another batch of a different beer. Once the batch is gone, it's gone. I've heard some are not great and others are spectacular. Curious if anyone here has tried any.

Also, my modest cellar/paper towel shelf:

We doing this? We doing this!

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Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:33 am

Jealous of all the room you guys have. I just have mine tucked under the stairs. But damn I could use those shelves for my records, too.
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Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:57 am

profbobo wrote:Heady is so good, but that beer falls off like none I've ever seen. I think about three weeks is its limit, which makes it very difficult to gauge unless you have a reliable beer buddy since they don't date their cans.

Speaking of, I had to drainpour six bottles of from-the-brewery Alpine beers because they're all malt and no hop at this point :(
Do you refrigerate your IPAs? Many times I have compared head to head a 3-4 month old Heady vs brand new Heady. Both purchased myself and kept refrigerated the entire time. And outside of the nose, the drop off in taste is minimal. I have also compared it to a Heady that was left at room temperature for a few weeks, that one no longer resembled an IPA.
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Tue Aug 18, 2015 11:15 am

as long as it's refrigerated, I think Heady is good for at least a few months..
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I know this is regional / state specific, but had The Wizard Sauce from Calfkiller on Saturday night at dinner. Man, that is tasty stuff.
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