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Beers of the "North" edition
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>>11567721
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>>11567721
Easterners are creating such abominations as well.
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Yep.

It's Miller time.
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>>11567797
this untappd image tho
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>>11567840
looks delicious
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>>11567721
What the fuck is this shit
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>>11567721
anything south of Indianapolis is the south, not the "north"
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>>11567878
Says it on the can you dumb ass
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>>11567721
Drinking this tonight, with vodka sauce and rigatoni
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You might as well delete the thread, the best beer in the world is already known! It's Pabst of course!
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>>11567840
Where can I get the beer glass?
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>>11567944
the internet probably. Just don't let Reddit see it, they will get really mad
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>>11567955
I'm ironically buying this for my ledditor room mate.
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bourbon barrel aged stout with lemon balm and strawberries (a collaboration between CA and brewski) reposting in fresh bread because why not

anyone else had any of the other ones yet? ive had this one and the one made with caramelised white miso from the wild beer and both have been okay so far
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>>11568090
>reposting
Baka
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>>11568106
i should have said posting but still

fight me
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>Cant have just one beer, will always kill the six pack and then some
>regret it every time
Am I fucked or is there a way to reset my retarded brain with a tolerance break? Where the fuck did this come from?
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>>11568221
>Where the fuck did this come from?
Alcoholic ancestors who turned booze into a sport. Enjoy the stimulant properties.
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>>11568259
So you're saying my mother who hasnt missed a day of drinking since her college age unless pregnant who let me drink when I wanted might have been a bad influence on my ability to drink?
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>>11568279
alcoholism is heritable, most people are not susceptible to it. But your mother drinking a lot doesn't make you an alcohol, just the fact that your mother apparently carries the alcoholism genes is what matters, not the influence her behavior has had on you most likely
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>>11568352
Was a joke on my end, but yeah, I think the genes fucked me up. I abused alcohol for around 2 or so years. And while I am down to one day of drinking a week I get out of hand. I wish there was a way to reset my mind but it looks like its just something I need to give up
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>>11568090
whoa. what's the abv% on that bruv?
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>>11568361
/alch/ is dead. Go mope on /adv/
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>>11567940
>not posting the weeb can
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Got some of this to try. This ain't kombucha at all (no sour) and is strong as fuck. Tastes pretty good though, and after one can you are comfy.
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>>11567721
Get out of the way fags. I can get a sixer for 4 bucks
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>>11568645
why is there such variation in ABV between the flavors?
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>>11567721
Thoughts?
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>>11568672
Didn't even realize they varied that much. Only tried the Cherry so far which is what was super strong. My guess would be the different sugar levels in the juices used.
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Denver Crafts and Dab concentrates.
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>>11568717
I like Putin themed beer labels.
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>>11567721
>Beers of the "North" edition
Kek. Did you really start a new thread subject based on my comment in the last thread about using outdated Civil War terminology to try to delineate beer regions without outing yourself as a flyover?
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>>11567840
You'd think R&M is popular enough for them to do a proper Teku glass.
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>>11567940
God, I paid like $9 for a six pack of their APA like 6 months ago thinking they were doing something craft tier and 4 of them are still sitting in my fridge. I'd have been happier just sessioning their OG crap for half the price.
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>>11568221
Maybe buy things that don't come in 6 packs for the most part? You'll probably have a much more quality experience.
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>>11568753
Your OP is a Californian who was tickled by that anon's attempt to claim a 20 state wide swathe of the US as a single, superior, beer producing region.
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>>11568783
Sounds about right. I was really thrown off when an anon said it's not about coastal vs inland, but West Coast vs the North, when the PNW literally has "north" in it's name. It's just weird; everyone knows what "the South" refers to (more or less), but I've never heard anyone actually say "the North" to refer to the fucking Union.
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Why does /ck/ hate ipas so much

>muh ipas taste like grapefruit juice, too bitter!
>but hazy's are like fruit juice ,too sweet!
>muh brut ipas are too dry!

Theres no pleases you fucks
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>>11568814
>muh ipas taste like grapefruit juice, too bitter
Everybody who likes beer enjoys the hop forward West Coast style with Amarillo and Centennial. 4channel is just contrarian so pretends to hate everything popular - or they're just flyovers who've never had a decent hop forward beer when it was fresh.
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>>11568806
This map is a pretty good breakdown of US beer production regions. Ignore the Toyota language and region titles. I might put Wisconsin in the light blue.
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drink responsibly or not at all
dont get drunk
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>>11568878
Thanks for the /adv/ice, but that's not what this thread is for.
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>>11567721
>Fruity Beers
Puke
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>>11568849
NJ should be split. North Jersey is more New York and South is more Central Atlantic since they associate more with Philadelphia.
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>>11568849
Names aside (jesus fucking christ) there are too many things wrong with this map to address in my drunken state. It's not bad, and I agree with Wisconsin being in the blue (that's probably controversial, and I could also go in the direction of adding Michigan to the Chicago region), but Idaho and Montana aren't in the Pacific Northwest. And everything in Denver Region other than maybe Nevada is basically a wasteland in my experience.
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>>11568928
I was just trying to find a US regional map that was close-ish and this was the best thing to come up. You're right that some states don't do fuck all for beer, but they have to be grouped somewhere. Idaho is definitely part of the Pacific Northwest geographically speaking, though it's not a relevant beer producing state.
Montana, Wyoming, and the Dakotas might as well be grayed out.
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>>11568937
>Idaho is definitely part of the Pacific Northwest geographically speaking
Beer speaking, anything East of Bend is basically flyover country. Also, Idaho is landlocked, so how the fuck is it PNW? I've only ever heard that term used to refer to OR/WA.
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>>11568717
>>11568752
What is up with American craft breweries and politics?
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>>11568965
Everyone has an opinion they want to share
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>>11568763
It's a small production glass. Some one had it printed so you could buy a teku and find someone to do it.
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>>11568832
As a westcoastfag who loves IPAs, I've always wondered why flyovers hate IPAs. Then I ventured east of the Rockies and found out why. None of the midwest breweries can make a decent IPA.
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>>11569074
>None of the midwest breweries can make a decent IPA
While true, this is basically the equivalent of going on /pol/ and criticizing literally anything Trump did or said. They live in this crazy bubble and have somehow convinced themselves that they're better than everyone else despite how batshit crazy they sound to literally everyone else.
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Anyone else like it when beer is practically used motor oil?
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>>11569074
I experienced the exact opposite desu. I think it's just regional bias.
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>>11568645
This looks breddy good. I've wanted to try fermenting tea for a while.
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>>11568958
PNW is commonly used to describe everything up to the continental divide.
>>11568937
Montana has incredibly dated liquor laws which prevent breweries from shipping most of their stuff out of state. And Idaho is pretty irrelevant in the beer world as of now, but there are tons of sprouting breweries that could really become something special. I'm from Boise and I'm pretty reliant on Portland/Seattle for world class shit.
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>>11569074
The midwest has as many if not more of the highest ranked IPAs than you fire ruined shit hole. It's the ganja making you this crazy isnt it?
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>>11569231
>PNW is commonly used to describe everything up to the continental divide.
Yeah, by retards. "Northwest" means basically western Montana and northwestern Wyoming west to the pacific, "Pacific Northwest" means WA and OR from the Cascades west and "Inland Northwest" is what you get when you subtract the second from the first.
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>>11569074
IPAs are bitter, that's why
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>>11569074
>DUDE HOPS LMAO
>Bone dry and 110 IBUs... Now THAT'S a good beer
>*Siiiip* Ahhh, tastes just like pine needles soaked in quinine and grapefruit

>>11569136
>I think it's just regional bias.
Lelno. Any style of beer can be good but most craft beers in general are somewhere around "mediocre" and only look good in comparison to whatever macro is on the shelf next to it; in some places this means that you have a bunch of unremarkable lagers or stouts or whatever but in the west in general and on the west coast in particular it means you're drowning in beer that's "passable" but then hopped to oblivion because that's a cheap and easy way to make a nothingburger or gimmicky experiment palatable and appealing to the average craft beer drinker on the west coast. On top of being lazy it's also fucking obnoxious; a place with a dozen beers on tap might have 6+ IPAs - especially in the summer.
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>>11569136
What are the great Midwestern IPAs? Let's see what you're repping.
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>>11569087
>>11568981
Keep your clumsy political analogies to political discussion, Bernie bro.
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>>11568849
This map is garbage
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>beer and juice
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>>11567721
>drinking alcoholic fruit purees

>>11567766
Everyone is now because people won't stop buying them.
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>>11568090
That looks good. I'd like to find a bottle of it to try. I haven't tried any of their stuff but now I'm about to order a bottle of the Wild Collab and the Moon Dog if they'll ship it to me.

Had an Epic Quad Barrel Big Bad Baptista first release yesterday that was a fucking delicious. Would recommend.
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Any of you fucklechucks ever tried this?
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>>11568749
>Aside from what I see on top, what did you get?
Off the top of my head, Crystal, biscuit and pale malt, centennial, Cascade and Amarillo hops, and enough LME to drown a baby. Pretty generic for a first brew but in line with what I like in general. I may pick up some galaxy or something to throw in at the end.
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What can I drink to get so drunk I can't remember I exist?
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>>11570115
Kerosene
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>>11568675
I'm a fan. For Pete's Sake and Sweet Baby Java is pretty good too.
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>>11569074
>surrounded by Midwest breweries
>they all have IPAs and APAs

This must be bait, and brother, I'm biting.
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>>11568675
Taste like stale Reeses from Halloween 2014. Porters and stouts are better when the grain bill is the star of the show.
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>tfw coasty but like flyover beers too

I just like me some good beer
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>>11568667
Unironically the best cheap beer deal around
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>>11569245
Cringe
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>>11568435
11.5%
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>>11568667
>Not going to your local Korean market and getting a 12 pack of gook beer for 6 bucks
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>>11570357
No I don't do that, because gook beer is trash.
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>>11570357
>giving money to immigrants
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>>11570367
It's good for parties
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>>11570014
i just got Bells Arabicadabra Milk Coffee Stout. It's good, but it's my baseline because i'm don't usually drink beer a whole lot.
is that good? i could have a friend ship me some, and i'd like to know if it's worth a fuck before I ask her.
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/beer/, what is the cheapest/bang for your buck deal you've ever gotten on beer?
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>>11570402
9.99 build-your-own with a lot of high abv beer is the only thing i do when i want bang for my buck.
i don't buy a bunch of cheap shit expecting a buzz.
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>>11570402
Shiner
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>>11570391
>socializing
Baka
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>>11569074
Holy shit you're either retarded as fuck or you're just trolling
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>>11570402
Honestly, Bell's Two Hearted, just about anything by Lagunitas, and barelywine from Revolution.

I don't think you can do better for your money.
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>>11569074
you havent had crowd control.
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>>11569074
Are they not hazy enough for your shitty adjunct desiring trash palate?
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Holy heck the flyover fatties are triggered af
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How is it that all of the best west coast style IPAs are made in the midwest and great lakes area?
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>still drinking IPAs
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>>11570402
15 pack of Victory homegrown is my go to for casual drinking, 4.8% ABV, less than 20$ for it too.
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>>11570552
>[citation needed]
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>>11570535
LOL YEAH! LET'S HATE EVERYONE ELSE!! LOL TOTALLY!
you're a hypocrite nigger jew and i hope you get everything you want.
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You guys are retarded. Most people on the west coast don't even have access to the best beers of the midwest and vice versa. Can you guys stop being autistic shitlords for one day.
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>>11569750
For starters, theres toppling goliath. Regardless of what happens at their brewery they blow all west coast IPAs out of the water. Then there are a bunch of local shits that put out quality stuff near me. Fulton 300 is great. Anything from surly. Lupulin pumps out the best ipas in minnesota imo. Ale asylum is solid in Wisconsin and karben4. 3 sheeps as well. There are tons of breweries putting out good shit everywhere. Get your head out of your ass.
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>>11570402
I paid like, 6$ for 4 4 packs of this seasonal stout because the liquor store guy just wanted to get rid of it. 8% alcohol per pint
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>>11570627
Seething
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>>11570713
>OMG I LOVE BEING A COMPLETE FUCKING NIGGER ON THE INTERNET! I WIN!!!! LOLOLOLOL
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>>11569750
>he doesn't have Hoof Hearted on the west coast
pity
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>>11570777
Yikes
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>>11570802
> I WANT TO BE AN ASSHOLE JUST TO GET A RESPONSE FROM PEOPLE!!! WHEN I DO I'LL PRETEND THE RESPONSE ISN'T CALLED FOR !!!! LOL I'M A NIGGER ON THE INTERNET!!! LOLOLOLOL
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>>11570693
/mu/ tier namedrop cope with zero argument
pathetic and kinda sad really
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>>11568773
How was it? I was waiting for it my local ghetto mart to start selling for $3 a 6 pack but it never went on clearance.
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>>11570863
he was asked specifically to name shit. how's that a namedrop?
you missed the short bus, faggot. you got in the niggercab
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Any thoughts?
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>>11569750
Anything by 3 Floyds
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>>11570693
>>11570889
He named zero IPAs, just a hype brewery and some local stuff nobody can try and verify.
Like I said, cope.
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>>11571015
Fulton 300 is an ipa. All the other breweries I mention out put out multiple ipas you can easily look up. Again, get your head out of your ass
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>>11570837
Wowza
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>>11570946
I like trois pistoles slightly more, but I’ve never had a bad beer from unibroue. Even their trader joes stuff is tasty
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>>11571053
Angry flyover is angry.
Understandable desu
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>>11571079
What trader joes stuff? I've never seen unibroue at my local trader joes.
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>>11567797
>>11567840
Based Eagle Park poster. Why are they so fucking good?
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am beer virgin
what's a good entry beer
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>>11571196
Blue Moon
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>>11570703
Goddamn
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>>11571239
That's why I always go to smaller independent liquor stores. Sometimes they just want to dump product and you'll luck out
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>>11569750
You’ve pretty clearly never been to the Midwest. There’s 5 craft breweries within 20 minutes of where I live and all have multiple good IPAs. West Coast beer a shit. I do like Colorado beer though.
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>>11571196
Wheats. For some reason they're divisive though I can't for the life of me figure out why.
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>>11571258
Colorado is based. Texas is pretty dope too for beer
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>>11571196
Miller
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>>11570946
its good af, and cheap in quebec too
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>>11571196
Founders Solid Gold if you really are a beer virgin.

After that, embrace the malt!
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>>11571254
Was it at least good? Because usually the beer they're dumping are old IPA that are way past the date they should have been consumed by. An 8% abv stout should hold up just fine for quite a while though.
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>>11571399
Yeh I discovered it here, hoping it's not too expensive and hard to find in the states.
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Finally got to try this the other day. Gotta say, worth every penny.
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>>11571447
It was okay enough. I definitely wouldnt have paid full price for it though. I remember it being surprisingly thin bodied for 8%
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Is there anything special about christmas beers?
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>>11571546
They're not quite as gross as pumpkin beers, so I guess there's that going for them.
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>>11571546
Great Lakes' Christmas ale is literally Christmas in a bottle.
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>>11571592
As a Clevelander, I've really been unimpressed this year. Thirsty Dog has been bad too.

I think Fatheads Holly Jolly is the best I've had this year, Alpha Klaus was up there too.
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>>11571602
That was the first Christmas beer I've had, but I'd buy it again. I usually skipped seasonal gimmick beers but I've upped my consumption in general this year and I've been branching out.
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>>11571611
I don't normally care for them, but I'm open to trying them every now and then when I'm out or picking one or two up when I'm buying single beers. Actually, another one I'd recommend is the Platform Holiday Donut Cookie Beer. We went up there for the tapping of that to get the mug.

Honestly though, most holiday beers are gimmicky crap and now there's this trend where people just take an IPA and throw a bunch of spruce tips and holiday spices in and it tastes like garbage but it makes pleb palates feel adventurous so they buy it up every year. Pumpkin beers come out and they all flock to it. Christmas beers come out and they all flock to it.
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>>11571652
Yeah, I know what you mean. I actually like a few pumpkins. Ballast Point's Pumpkin Down was decent last I had it, and here in Wisconsin Lakefront makes a genuinely enjoyable pumpkin beer.

I'll keep an eye out for those suggestions, though.
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>>11569226
From the look and taste of it I am pretty sure they just make kombucha, but instead of a scoby colony use beer yeast to ferment. Seems easy enough to do.
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Picked up a bottle of 2018 BCBS on a whim last night. Is this year any good?
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Where do you guys get your homebrewing supplies? It's been awhile since I've brewed anything, but I needed some bottle caps and starsan so I went to Northern Brewer and realized that if I added another item I'd get free shipping and a pint glass, so I bought some brewing gloves just to use around the house. They had medium, large, and extra large, and I went for the large, even though I use XL with the gloves at work. Turned out they were way too big, so I contacted them and asked if and how I could send them back in exchange for mediums and they said they wont be able to resell them so instead of wasting my money sending them back they'll just refund the costs and to just order the mediums.

I really like supporting local brew shops, but I've never had that good of customer service before. Not even shilling for NB; haven't ordered from them in years. Anyone else too busy/drunk to brew these days but still buy shit from homebrewing shops to use for other purposes? I use the bottle caps (and bottles) to store shit like frying oil and homemade sauces, and the starsan as an all purpose food safe sanitizer.
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>>11569750
Bells two hearted ale, founders centenial ipa, mosaic promise, azacca, old nation m43, boss tweed, three Floyd's zombie dust, great lakes chillwave all of the transient ales stuff...

The beat goes on and I'm not even into revolution or the rest of the fucking central time zone where things like psuedo sue lurk. You cant even wrap your head around it
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>>11572347
Northern is great. For bottle caps and some other random shit check out the bell's store. Big savings and they blow out hops some times.
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>>11572157
Meme worthy. Much better than the oast years of middling bullshit
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>>11570946
>He
One of "my first' go tos
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>>11570639
The problem is that I, living in the far reaches of the upper midwest, do infact have access to the best of California because our gas station beer shits all over all but the very best of their production. I can get pure project one offs and weird Alvarado street back door shit simply by asking for it. Beer mules for anything in San Diego are a dime a dozen. Bruery clubs and all the other meme shit are either easy to come by or simply not worth any effort. The sad thing is you fags will never behold a witches hat devoured or a tart strawberry m43 and your existence is lessened for it.
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>>11567721

Beer Island knows no king but the King in the North, whose name is BUDWEISER.
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>>11569074
You must have a legit potato palate.

Try some Narrow Gauge out of St Louis, or Maplewood from Chicago.
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>>11570639
I went to college in PDX, lived and worked in NE for 5 years, spent 2 years in Chicago and took day trips to breweries and beer festivals all over flyover land, and just moved to NorCal a couple years ago. I'm sure the beer scene in the PNW has gotten a lot better in the past decade, but it was a revelation when I moved to California and realized how fucking good the beer was.
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>>11572481
The fridge
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>>11570584
>drinking goses and nitro meme stouts
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>>11572601
>losers' club
Pretty much sums it up. I'm in norcal and know those brewers, but never see any of that meme shit in stores. Looks like you're getting all the crap they know they wont be able to sell in the 1st world parts of the country.
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>>11572624
>cant find in stores
Exactly my point.
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>>11572624
>>11572783
Or you're a brainlet who doesn't shop at bottle shops
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>>11572812
I live in the midwest nigger. Great beer may as well be in the freezer next to the tendies or the dairy case next to the Kraft singles.
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>>11572825
>Flexing bourbon county
I still see cases of that shit everywhere
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>>11572843
Same, that's why I bought it with lunch nigger. The block of cheese and a 3 dollar bottle of wine are for the dinner party later.
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>>11572843
>That's the point of the grocery cart me thinks.
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>>11572854
I don't understand your point then. You don't shop at bottle shops because you can get bourbon county in the grocery store?
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>>11572868
Fuck you're dense. Bottle shops here are for 400$ bottles of bourbon. Gas stations have top rated IPA in the midwest. The calinigger saying he never sees that cellar maker or fieldwork in the store is admittingnhes a low test cunt and cant get anything good.
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>>11572983
I'm that California (((nigger))) and literally just picked up Bourbon County last night for a dollar cheaper than you, in a shitty grocery store, in California.
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Woah dude, what are you do fucking angry about? Socal here and my bottles shops have everything from Pappy to Colt 45. They're also everywhere. Even my local bodega and gas stations has a good verity of craft beer. I'm saying he's a dumbass for not being able to find Cellarmaker or Fieldwork because I regularly see that stuff. Are you really that insecure about your beer selection?
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>>11567721
anybody else had this guy? really nice for an IPA
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>>11573051
>bière forte
>under 7%
Jesus christ, no wonder sceak killed himself.
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>>11570016
Going for a hoppy amber?
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>>11570946
Part of their trifecta (Fin du Monde, Maudite et Trois Pistoles)... I'll be honest though, I buy the sampler packs to see what kind of nonsense they've done to the Ephemère
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>>11573066
anything over 5% here has to be labelled as strong beer. 5.5% counts, sadly. I forget the labelling for actual double/triple/quad etc. strength beer, but it's akin to "This will kill you"
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>>11573051
ive always seen it at the the ceebs but i've never picked it up, do you get it fresh or do you buy from the store?

>>11573066
such is life in the leafscape
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>>11573128
I've only visited Canada twice, and both times it was basically, "hey, were pretty close to the border, let's go to Canada!" The first time was Winnipeg and after realizing that Winnipeg sucks we basically spent the night drinking shitty Canadian macro lager by the pool. The second time we were doing a NE road trip that involved checking out a ton of breweries, and then we were like, "hey, it's less than 2 hours to Montreal, let's do it!" Ended up staying for a week and it was great, but didn't do any research and when I went to the grocery store to pick up some beer it was an absolutely terrible selection, and everything was really weak. Do you have to go to a special store to get bière forte like a pot dispensary or what?
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>go to liquor store to get a six pack
>end up spending $30+ on multiple things
JUST
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>>11573188
Your best bet is the breweries themselves... Liquor stores (LCBO, SAQ, ANBL, etc.) will carry some heavier and more interesting things. The depanneur is going to have your usual macros - Canadian, Blue, Carling, Coors, that kind of thing. Beer stores/standalones and liquor stores might not always have what you're after, but they can usually order it in.
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>>11573188
>>11573294
Also, yeah, VS was right - Winnipeg is a Frozen Shithole.
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>>11571546
There's a pretty wide range. Chimay Bleu was a Christmas Ale, iirc. Usually it means "here, have a whole bunch of spices"
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Does anyone in Australia do a really good NEIPA? Any to avoid?
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>>11573324
You dont recall correctly.
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>>11573165
from the store, would be cool to go to st thoms and try it fresh tho. its worth a try regardless tho imo
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>>11573350
Fucking hell, I can honestly image 'straya loving NEIPA's. They have shit taste in everything else.
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>>11571683
It's a damn shame that Boulevard doesn't make Funky Pumpkin anymore. It was a crazy good spiced sour (a proper one, with Brett) that was $10.50 for a sixer.
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>>11573523
Every thing that doesn't kill them only makes them stronger... you know how many things haven't killed them?
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>>11567832
Based drinking the champagne of beers
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>>11573091
Says ipa on the box but we'll see.
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>>11573922
A little light caramel never killed anyone... I mean, it probably has at some point, but a few ounces in a 10-12lb grain bill shouldn't take you too far past pale.
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>>11573009
Thts the biggest benefit of living in a place with bad drinking culture, rare stuff can stay on the shelves quite a bit longer
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>>11573936
I actually like more color and a bit of more complex malt to balance out the hop. I just wanted something that would theoretically be done by christmas and not be too much for a first brew. And I got a free class with the kit.
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>>11572533
Missouri is the south
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>>11573963
>BCBS
>rare
o I'm laffin
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>>11573968
South here, it's in the flyover.
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>>11571194
Eagle Park has been really impressing me recently, they have been making some extreme top tier IPAs. They have really come a long way in the last year or so
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>>11573963
>bcbs
>rare

That shit sits on the shelf around here because it's way overpriced for what it is compared to what you can get locally (despite being cheaper in CA than where it's actually from). Total Wine keeps EtP behind the counter and only sells a couple bottles at a time, but that's mostly because of flyover fags trying to buy it up and sell it back East; I can usually find it on tap at 2-3 places within a 15 minute drive, unlike Goose Island fags who line up for BCBS like it's PtY.
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>>11573965
>done by Christmas
add the extra hops. Chances are you'll have some acetaldehyde happening, and an ounce of Galaxy right at the end of the boil (for a 5-6 gal batch) should have enough complementary flavours to hide it.
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>>11571015
To be fair he pretty much nailed it with the first thing he mentioned. Toppling Goliath probably is the best, most consistent IPA maker around. At the base PseudoSue and Pompeii have to be some of the best sub $10 4 pack beers around still with DDH Sue perhaps being the best beer of that style I have tried. As far as I can recall every single one of their DIPAs I have tried is excellent. King Sue, Sosus, Twisted Galaxy, all excellent

Supposedly their BA dark stuff is awesome too but too limited and expensive for me, not gonna drive to Iowa to drop a couple hundred dollars on beer
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>>11573978
Fucking GOON JUICE, man.
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>>11573974
>>11573993
BCBS stuff is rare by pretty much any definition, and it is very good despite being made by Budweiser. I've literally never happened upon it at a liquor store and I go beer shopping pretty frequently. Good limited release stuff just doesn't sit on shelves, I'm sure I could have found some without waiting in line with a little effort and I occasionally run into it on tap randomly, but in most places with a robust beer market you are not gonna just happen upon a large stock sitting at a liquor store weeks after release
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>>11574007
Is this 2009? Every common shelfie Pizza Port or El Segundo Brewing is better than Pseudo Sue. You're in need of a West Coast beer vacation if you genuinely think TG make a good IPA.
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>>11573977
St. Louis is a midwestern city, but the interior of the state is super southern culturally even in the far north of the state, then KC is a plains city. So by population its a fairly mixed state, but by area it is mostly a southern state
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>>11574030
Imagine being so flyover that you go to bat for InBev swill and buy your beer at a liquor store.
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>>11574039
I'm honestly pretty drunk, but that was obvious bait, anon.
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>>11574034
If I wanted good IPA the west coast is definitely not where I would first look. Though I have in the last year or so been on not explicitly beer vacations but trips in which I drank a shit ton of local beer to both California and New England. Toppling Goliath was easily better than anything I came across out west and at least on par with the best stuff I had in New England
For a 5% ABV grocery store available beer like PseudoSue there was nothing even close to comparable out west
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>>11573998
I don't remember the recipe off the top of my head but I think that centennial is in for the 60 minute boil so it's going to need some calming down.
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>>11574039
>and buy your beer at a liquor store.
Most beer stores are liquor stores. Most good beer cities don't need many dedicated beer stores because regular liquor stores are actually willing to stock really good stuff. The thing you must note about California is that beer in general, and craft beer specifically makes a significantly smaller portion of alcohol sales than in the rest of America so liquor and grocery stores devote less space to good beer and beer in general than most Americans are used to making it much harder for local brewers to get on shelves
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>>11574016
shit I haven't even had Goon Juice yet somehow, they always have so many good and new things on tap somehow I have missed it
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>>11574051
I was actually talking shit on people for whom direct to public can releases are not the bulk of their beer consumption. If it's not a brewery / tasting room can pickup I'm probably not drinking it.
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>>11574103
you don't like drink in tap rooms? Or at restaurants or bars even?
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>>11574055
Then you're a confirmed tastelet.
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>>11574115
Please tell me a base tier beer I should have been able to find in California grocery stores that is better than Pseudo Sue
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>>11574110
I drink at breweries, and most of the breweries I go to are bring your own food or have food trucks on site. That forms the bulk of my dining out. If I go eat at a restaurant with more common beers, I usually just have iced tea and drink beer later. Why pay a premium for a pour of subpar beer?
There are certain distributed beers that I'll drink if a restaurant has in cans or on tap. There's a place I go to that often has Port Brewing or Mikkeller in cans. A local taproom / bottle shop often has good local stuff on tap, but again it's bring your own food.
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>>11570252
True beer lovers will drink anything

:)
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>>11570946
Biked through Quebec this summer and Unibroue is like, less than $4 Canadian a bottle in some places. Drank through their entire repetoire and tried a lot of other breweries on my way across.
Quebec is honestly an amazing place to drink beer.
Most breweries I sampled from were top notch and I can't remember drinking a bad beer anywhere in the province.
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>>11574118
Modern Times Fortunate Islands is the king of west coast pales and it's distributed throughout CA. El Segundo Citra if you were in southern California.
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>>11574069
Cascade in right away, Amarillo closer to the end, makes sense. I think in order to drink it by Christmas, you might need a little something at the end of the boil. Even if you add half of the Amarillo earlier (30-45 mins), and the other half in the last five mins.
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>>11574148
Going out to breweries and taprooms would probably be the first thing I put on my PoF profile under interests if I ever started a PoF profile, but you just made me realize how insufferable that sounds. Thanks.
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>>11574160
It's a pretty great place regardless... except for driving in Montreal... or speaking French RP French in Rimouski (I gave up and just switched to English). Some of the experiments aren't my favourite. Belgian IPAs with a Quebecois accent come to mind.
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>>11574118
>>11574055
>>11574072
When visiting California and seeking a selection of craft beer at a grocery store, find a Whole Foods. There's usually very respectable stuff in their beer cooler, more like what you're used to seeing at home. Normie grocery stores in this state only carry normie beers, probably because liquor is more popular than beer here.
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>>11570252
Pick a side, fag
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>>11573404
>1956
>The monastic community develops a Christmas beer that is now known as Chimay Blue Cap.
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>>11569074
Westcoastfag here. The reason I've started to hate IPAs isn't because of the taste, it's because of the overabundance of them in every beer aisle I see in the grocery store. There's always like fifty fucking IPAs clogging space meanwhile other beers I like only get one or two soaces for them. Just sucks when you wanna have something else for a cgange yet your only options are a gorillion craft IPAs, the same two craft porters, stouts, and red ales you've drank a million times over and Bud.
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>>11575238
Stop looking for beer at the grocery store. At least go to Whole Foods or find a local bottle shop. Which part of the West Coast are you in?
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>>11575238
Eascoastfag here. Other shit just doesn't sell. The only thing I've seen rotate half as fast as pale ale is the pre-prohibition lager craze.

>>11575482
It's the same in bottle shops. An aisle for IPA and an aisle for everything else. Ale dominates.
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>>11575487
I'm sorry your City is terrible, the bottle shop near me has very little IPAs compared to somewhere like Acme. They prioritize local breweries from PA which is great. Nobody I know likes IPAs here but it might be different downtown where hipster fags are.
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>>11575498
It is what it is, people don't like to chew their beer most of the year around here. There's a good selection of Belgian styles as well and a rotation of other things, but ales are dominant along with lagered everything and the occasional kolsch. And honey wheat ales. I actually get a pretty broad selection that rotates regularly, but the selection at most grocery stores is pale ale dominant. Taps are where you see more variety because a lot of places don't even bottle half their shit.
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>>11575498
>go to Pittsburgh
>every bar is just packed with beers from Cleveland and beers from Ohio
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>>11574038
The Mason Dixon like has spoken: Missouri is the south.
Also St Louis has some DANK breweries, check out 4Hands if you’re ever there, the Incarnation IPA is one of my favorites ever, and they actually do good stouts too for a change.
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>>11575935
*line not like. fuck me
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What would you guys say is a good set of ingredients for home brewing? My brother is going to be getting a home brew kit from his wife's brother and she suggested I get him some ingredients.

I'm not exactly sure what though? Dried fruits? Some kind of spices, though I suppose those are more for ciders or something? I've never done it so I'm not sure what to get. Any help is appreciated.
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>>11575986
Buy him a book on brewing, read some of it and maybe find some ingredients for a beer recipe that you think he'll like.

Don't just go buying ingredients without any real forethought
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>>11576003
You are right. I didn't want to buy just whatever ingredients for the beer, which is why I asked. But a book would probably be better since he can pick out what he wants.
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>>11575986
Start with a basic kit in a style he likes that's easy to brew with a limited kit. Basically most ales. Partial mash kits are some of the easiest to start with, you get to feel like you're doing something other than pouring in liquid malt extract. If you dont have a mash tun, a 10 gallon pot and a powerful propane burner you aren't going to be able to do all grain recipes. You really have to know what you like and what to do with it to buy individual ingredients.
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>>11574096
I was talking to my friend who also loved it, but he said it's not always consistent across the times he's had it. I had it twice and thought it was consistently fantastic, but he's made more trips there than me so he'd probably know.
I'm just saying, don't think I'm crazy if it doesn't live up to my hype. Don't hate me.
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>>11575986
Equipment that doesn't come with a basic kit is a much better gift than picking out a recipe kit or random ingredients. My favorite buys were probably a wort chiller or a bottle rinser/bottle tree combo.
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>>11576009
If he's a complete beginner then John Palmer is the classic go-to. You can read it online for free, but it's still nice to own a hard copy. If you want to spend a little more throw in the Oxford Companion to Beer
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>Costies and Midwesterns
Can we talk about how great the brew scene is in the Southwest? Where my four corners and Texas niggas at
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>>11576581
Oh boy, another geographic location trying to join in with yet another IPA
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>>11576611
Here have a fucking amazing stout
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>>11576620
Whew, that's better. Thank you anon.
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>that one small batch beer that you can't get anymore and shows no signs of returning

What's her name, /beer/?
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>>11576620
looks tasty. also nice male pattern baldness.
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Who here /local/?
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>>11576743
Mill Street Weizenbock. I'd do anything to bring it back.
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>>11576743
Local brewery brewed a Belgian pale with hibiscus. It was amazing
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>>11576743
A local smoked barleywine aged in bourbon barrels, I don't know if they're ever going to brew it again.
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>>11576798
At my local
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>>11576972
Mine was a single and basically tasted like an agua fresca. That sounds tasty though
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>>11576743
A local bitter. On nitro it was beautiful. One of two reason I went to that brewery weekly
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>>11570115
Duvel
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quite nice, de struise are cool guys (mine is from 2014, not 2013 as pic suggests)
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>>11570016
Made beer. Time to wait.
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>>11577960
What’d You make anon
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>>11578024
IPA straight from the box. Tasted good, a little green, but not bad for raw wort. OG of 1.071. They didn't have galaxy hops so I'm just going to let it ride unless I get a wild hair up my ass and pick up some citra as a substitute to dry hop.
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>>11576743
It may seem silly, but this was my beer of the year last year. I drank so much of this and I was pissed it didn't come back this summer.
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>>11578055
>>11567966
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>>11568675
much as I like adjunct stouts and the like that was legit one of the foulest beers I've ever had. To each their own, but to me it tasted like off-brand Reese's Pieces and imitation chocolate syrup.
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Burning a bunch of my leftover vacation days to go on a beer trip with a buddy up to the Boston area- we're NYC based. Going to hit Two Roads on the way up, and once we get to Boston it's going to be Lamplighter, Aeronaut, Trillium (I know, I know) Harpoon, and Night Shift, with a jaunt out to Framingham for Jack's Abby and Springdale. Anything else recommended in the Boston/Somerville/Everett area not on this list?
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>>11578712
P-please, no!
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Craft beer is gay. Drink fucking straight alcohol like a real man or continue to suck fruit juice like a castrated cuntbag.
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>>11578783
>New Yorker
>taking a trip to drink at Trillium
save the vacation days and just enjoy some Other Half ffs
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>>11578859
*sips sour*
No.
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>>11576050
I live like two blocks away, I'll probably end up there some time this weekend and try it
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>>11578929
Gotta burn them before the end of the year (my workplace only lets me carry over a few and they don't cash out unused ones) and I was at Other Half a couple weeks ago. I'm not really an IPA guy (which rn is 15 of their 18 taps) so I don't go there often but I'm at KCBC, Grimm, and a bunch of the LIC breweries pretty regularly.
Any other NYC people in here?
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>>11576743
It's not small batch at all, but I can never find Schloss Eggenberg's Samichlaus and Urbock at the LCBO. I used to be able to order it in, but now they won't even do that for me.
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>>11578053
I hope the Christmas deadline works out for you man.

It turns out (just kind of accidentally) that what I shoved into bottles this past weekend should be ready for my cellmate's birthday in January... probably best around Valentine's day, but we'll see how much the drunk can drink in that month and a bit.
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>>11576780
Who here /canrelease/ life?
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who has the best selection of shit in the seattle area?
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>>11580251
Nah, I just wait for the barrel aged bottle releases.
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>>11567721
>hear nothing but hype over m43
>finally try it
Eh, it's okay
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>>11578859
Let me guess, you're the type of person who drinks rums loaded with added sugar in an effort to look 'mature' with a child's palate, aren't you?
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>>11581331
He drank straight alcohol. He can no longer see or reply to your post.
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>>11581331
He's right you fucking fanny, craft beer is for cock sucking, attention seeking faggots like yourself.
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>>11581340
>says the anon who cares more about their self image so much that they stymie what fun they can have to appear a certain way to others. That's a pretty sad, self-loathing existence you live.
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>>11581353
>this projecting
Go post more craft beers on your inatagram.
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>>11581412
Enjoy your manly bud light piss water
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>>11581353
>>11581412
>Actually feeding this obvious bait
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What's your beater beer? I am defaulting to the Modern Times online sale monthlies for days when I don't want to dip into my stash of fire.
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>>11567721
Just brewed my first batch of beer, using pic-related. It's not bad but it doesn't really taste like a good brown ale. Idk how to describe it but it just doesn't have the right brown ale flavor to it. It doesn't have as much of the "nuttiness" that brown ales are known for. Like if you took a brown ale and then took away most of the brown ale character.

What'd I do wrong? Or should I not brew from pre-packaged ingredient boxes like that?
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>>11583004
Could be the malt in there, might be your water.

It's not a style I make often, and I've yet to hit it on the head, but if you're making it entirely from grain, or steeping some specialty nonsense in, it would probably look something like this for a 5 gallon batch:

>4 lbs pale 2-row (or about 3lbs of pale extract)
>4 lbs Marris Otter
>1 lb Crystal 80 Malt (60 might be a bit sweet for a "nut brown")
>12 oz Biscuit Malt (or another pound of Marris Otter)
>4 oz or so of Light Chocolate Malt (the 350 stuff, not the 450)

>English hops -
East Kent Golding is probably your best bet, but Fuggles, Brewer's Gold, that kind of thing will work. Nothing too piney, citrusy or fruity, which rules out a whole bunch of American hops.
>1 oz at the start of the boil
>1 oz at around the 45 min mark, just before you toss in your finings to help keep the crud down.

You'll want to aim a bit high with your water, depending on what you're cooking with. Expect to lose at least a gallon and a half to boiling and trub/transfer. You'll also want reasonably hard water - something with a decent carbonate content. If your tap water is reasonably soft (and it will be chlorinated, so boil it first, and then let it sit for a few days before you start your beer), you can get calcium bicarbonate salt for your water. It won't take much more than a pinch (half a gram's the usual prescribed dose).

With the sanitation and the boiling, and the lautering, and all the testing, it sounds like a lot of work, and it is, but if it's something you enjoy doing, it's absolutely worth it.
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>>11567721
every single day. EVERY SINGLE DAY I HAVE TO SCROLL PAST THIS BEAUTIFUL BERRY BEER THAT I WILL NEVER HAVE.

DELETE THIS THREAD, OP.

DELETE IT.
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>>11583233
Do you want a recipe for blackberry beer? I can figure one out for you.
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>>11583207
Thanks! I'll look into that, especially adding more water. I definitely wasn't an ounce over 5 gallons of water and may have been closer to 4.5.
Do you recommend using the pre-boxed ingredients like I posted above or do you just buy the ingredients separate?
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>>11583233
Look into beer trading. Midwesterners on normiegram are always looking to trade 450 North for other stuff and are potentially interested in what you have.
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>>11583271
I enjoy making beer from scratch - all grain, ground at home... it's actually an excuse to drink while I take half a day away from everything else, but it's enjoyable.

I've heard that some kits are quite good, and those that aren't can be tweaked until they are, but it depends on how fresh and accurate the ingredients are.

I do think that altering your water chemistry, and amount will help you get the flavour you're after. Steeping a more biscuity malt as an addition might help too.
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What is with the fucking meme that people will drink shittier stuff when they're already drunk? I feel like I'm even more critical of bad flavors when I'm inebriated.
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Saw this on sale at a beer shop in my city. Actually pretty happy with it.
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>>11573523
>They have shit taste
Please don't tell me you're one of those people who think Foster's is representative of Australian beer
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>>11568675
Why did you pour it in a frozen glass? Strong porters are meant to be served at around 13-16 celcius. To bring out the complex taste.
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>>11573350
Most proper craft breweries do one these days.
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Strongest coffee flavor out of all stouts I've tried. I love it.
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>>11567766
why do people take pictures like this, resting their beer on a filthy outdoor wall with a chunk of what looks like bird shit and could easily be bird shit since surely millions of birds have shat right there and it's just been rinsed away by rain
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>>11584702
That's my favorite beer. I'm not a huge beer drinker tho.
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>>11584540
The maple bourbon barrel aged version is one of the few good BA beers founders has put out this year.
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>>11583004
How long did you let it mature before sampling? Always double the bottle conditioning time in instructions, have yet to meet a homebrew that was at it's best four weeks after the brew day.
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>>11584776
anon and the phantom stain
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who /hairofthedog/ here
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>>11584702
That's interesting, considering the relatively low ABV.
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>>11584776
pic is from some northeastern craft beer thot's instagram feed, so I guess that's who
>>11585584
what does coffee flavor have to do with ABV?
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>>11584776
Because drinking out in the wilderness is fun. I take a 4 pack of two hearted with me on any hike I go on
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>>11585632
Higher ABV usually indicates greater concentration of flavour in beer/spirits. It's entirely possible this beer punches above its weight due to good brewing and ingredients, though.
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>>11585774
I used to think this, but have had too many great session ipas and lower abv stouts with a ton of flavor that I think the higher abv mostly assists the body of the beer. The higher ones are commonly thicker feeling. I had a 3% stout that felt like an 8% body wise. That's still one of my favorite stouts just because of how impressive it is to get that type of body from a 3% stout of all things
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>>11571196
Rolling Rock
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>>11585786
Again, I'm not denying that a 'weak' bear can't have a full taste because there are many variables that control that factor, such as use of brewing malts, flavoursome adjuncts, residual sugars/proteins etc. However, higher dilution will weaken taste by reducing the concentration of the brew; it's basic chemistry.

With that said, too much alcohol can drown out the subtle notes you want in a beer, so toeing that fine balance between 'over-intense' and 'feeble' is a tricky job for any beer. Here's one that I think does a good job.
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>>11571378
I trust you, anon
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>>11586096
That's probably the best Miller you can grab, so good job freshie.
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>>11586118
Miller lite ain't bad
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>>11586126
If I'm drinking a light beer for some God forsaken reason, it's Michelob Ultra. Or Bud Light Lime.
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>>11586139
Michelob golden light is solid. BLL is unfortunately delicious
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>>11585774
Higher ABV indicates a higher base malt content. The flavour is just about everything else, unless using a very lightly toasted base malt, like a Vienna, Munich, or M-O.

The coffee notes come from darker malts (chocolate, high L crystal/caramel, and black/patent malt), which really don't add to the alcohol content - most of their sugars have been converted into things that S.C. yeast can't break down, such as caramel, or char.
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I know its a meme beer but I saw a Sculpin that was spruce flavored and I was too curious to pass it up
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What is the best all around snack for good beer? Pretzels? Nuts? Cheese? Anything else?
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thank you for staying in your containment thread alchies
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>>11584702
I'll give it a try. Love that coffee flavor. Give this a try if you can find it, delicious
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>>11586512
Arab or Mormon?
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>>11584540
Sucks that that beer is well over a year old. Founders discountinuing it is a bummer.



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