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Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:51 pm

Baker wrote:My lord that Mocha Wednesday is tasty. Way too drinkable for 19.4%, pretty damn good. :pint:

That's how I felt when I trashed Black Tuesday... These hammers are wayyy too drinkable for the huge ABV.
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Sun Mar 27, 2016 12:18 am

Yea I smashed a whole Black Tuesday way too quickly once :lol: Dat mocha wednesday is even more chuggable too. :pint:
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Sun Mar 27, 2016 1:03 am

While grocery shopping for tomorrow's festivities I found some Six Point Hi-Res. I wasn't expecting to see it on the shelves so soon. Made my night
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halftonegraphics wrote:
mistersmith wrote:
Codeblue wrote:
halftonegraphics wrote:a little treat from AZ. had to ship it back to MN.
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Is that fudge worth grabbing? Always see a ton of Eclipse fudge sitting on the shelves because it's fuggin pricey.
They're good. Not worth the price, but good.

they sit on the shelf for a while. i remember before moving seeing the whole line being turds on the shelf. same with that speak easy fudge.

Ugh, that Speak Easy fudge. I know you're not supposed to judge a beer by it's label, but I just do with their beers. Never bought one and never will. No, I will NOT be drinking Big Double Daddy IPA tonight... :roll:
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Most Speakeasy is just middle of the road and forgettable. They're not bad, they're just not worth grabbing when so much other good stuff exists.

But there are some that are pretty good. They have a Scarface stout that is either always BA or sometimes available BA, that's not bad, and most of their Syndicate series is worth trying, those are blends of their other beers (think Firestone Anniversary style). I got the Scarface on chocolate and vanilla in cask the other day, so props to them for even making that available out in the world. And it was good, too.
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Found a place on Saturday that still had 2 cases of BCBS reg.
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ISO Yellow Rose. Please.

Didn't know the Rose was made with Mosaic hops, which, is becoming one of my favs. Recently, Colorado is receiving Pipeworks (Chicago) and one of their beers, Lizard King is fantastic. It also contains Mosaic hops. Anyways, would love to get my hands on some yellow rose if anyone can help. Will gladly trade posters, beer or cash.

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kansasbbq wrote:Found a place on Saturday that still had 2 cases of BCBS reg.
....and you bought them both...right?
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sidewaysscott wrote:ISO Yellow Rose. Please.

Didn't know the Rose was made with Mosaic hops, which, is becoming one of my favs. Recently, Colorado is receiving Pipeworks (Chicago) and one of their beers, Lizard King is fantastic. It also contains Mosaic hops. Anyways, would love to get my hands on some yellow rose if anyone can help. Will gladly trade posters, beer or cash.

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If you're a Mosaic fan try to get your mitts on Fulton 300. 100% Mosaic and it's super drinkable. They just started brewing it year-round (it was just seasonal) so it should be pretty accessible if you have any trading partners in ND/MN/WI area.
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Cbjornson wrote:
sidewaysscott wrote:ISO Yellow Rose. Please.

Didn't know the Rose was made with Mosaic hops, which, is becoming one of my favs. Recently, Colorado is receiving Pipeworks (Chicago) and one of their beers, Lizard King is fantastic. It also contains Mosaic hops. Anyways, would love to get my hands on some yellow rose if anyone can help. Will gladly trade posters, beer or cash.

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If you're a Mosaic fan try to get your mitts on Fulton 300. 100% Mosaic and it's super drinkable. They just started brewing it year-round (it was just seasonal) so it should be pretty accessible if you have any trading partners in ND/MN/WI area.
http://shop.southlyndale.com/Fulton-300-IPA-6pk/28092

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bomb wrote:Bought a case of Hop Juju.
Missed out on it last year, but just picked up a case. Absolutely perfect brew.

http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/19544/52928/

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Tue Mar 29, 2016 11:45 am

Cbjornson wrote:
sidewaysscott wrote:ISO Yellow Rose. Please.

Didn't know the Rose was made with Mosaic hops, which, is becoming one of my favs. Recently, Colorado is receiving Pipeworks (Chicago) and one of their beers, Lizard King is fantastic. It also contains Mosaic hops. Anyways, would love to get my hands on some yellow rose if anyone can help. Will gladly trade posters, beer or cash.

:pint: :pint:
If you're a Mosaic fan try to get your mitts on Fulton 300. 100% Mosaic and it's super drinkable. They just started brewing it year-round (it was just seasonal) so it should be pretty accessible if you have any trading partners in ND/MN/WI area.
Or try Founder's Mosaic Promise. It's delish.
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mattlew69 wrote:Or try Founder's Mosaic Promise. It's delish.
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Tue Mar 29, 2016 1:36 pm

if any LA EBers want to partake in a bottle share this weekend, PM me.
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Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:13 pm

FrankBooth wrote:
mattlew69 wrote:Or try Founder's Mosaic Promise. It's delish.
Seconded
Thirded.

Love the Mosaic hops. Alchemist Focal Banger has a tremendous blend of Mosaic/Citra. And, slightly easier to find, Mikkeller makes some tasty mosaic single-hop IPAs.
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