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#14766 - 01/22/07 11:07 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! **** [Re: tomtuttle]
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Howdy, gents. I saw a Unibroue beer packaged for Trader Joe's @ $4.99/btl and immediately thought of y'all. It's called TJ's Vintage 2006 Holiday Ale or something. 9% abv. Fruity yeast esters dominate - mainly banana flavors. Caramel and chocolate. A little thin in the body, but still a good memorable beer. Not nearly the beer that Trois Pistoles is, but worth $5, IMO.

Cheers!


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#14767 - 01/22/07 11:12 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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<checks for Rod Sterling hiding behind couch>

Welcome back, stranger!

I grabbed their (TJ's) 2005 last year, but I haven't tried it yet. Should probably do that. I suspect that it is the same as the Edition 200x for the year. Can't say I'm fond of banana flavor in beer necessarily, but I just had a really yummy one that had such a character. Who knows...


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#14768 - 01/22/07 11:17 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: Ken.C]
bigwill2 Offline
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Thanks, Ken.

I'm currently waiting for BevMo to put the leftover Anchor Xmas magnums on clearance. Greased the mgr with a couple Havanas....

That Anchor Xmas was fantastic last year!

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#14769 - 01/22/07 11:23 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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Hmm... may need to look into that. Shoot, bet I missed the Gouden Carolus already. Dang.
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#14770 - 01/22/07 11:47 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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You picked the best possible thread to make a re-entrance in. Welcome back, Mark!
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#14771 - 01/23/07 12:57 AM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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A Mark sighting! Rare indeed. Welcome back!
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#14772 - 01/23/07 01:03 AM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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Mark, welcome back! Your beer suggestion is appreciated and of course I always stand ready to repay you with info on wondrous classical CDs that are waiting for you out there.
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#14773 - 01/23/07 04:26 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: JohnK]
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Thank you, JohnK. I will recommend a Pabst Blue Ribbon and the Spice Girls first CD (you are living far too well ).

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#14774 - 01/23/07 04:34 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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I really didnt feel like reading 134 pages so does anyone HomeBrew here? Right now I have a Boston Ale,Celebration Ale and a Irish Stout on tap.I have a Cherry Stout,American Pale Ale and a plain Stout in the fermenter.Total of about 30 gallons!
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#14775 - 01/23/07 05:15 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: jimmienorton]
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Great to see you, Mark! I miss you.

I homebrewed for years until my kids got more interesting than washing buckets in the garage. bigwill is a brewer too. You'll just have to read the 134 pages for the whole story.

Sounds like you've got it ALL going on!

I had composed this wonderful, long story about my recent beerventures and then clicked the wrong button and lost the whole damn thing. I'll try again later if I have time.

One item I can submit - I've been enjoying all the beers from Okocim (Carlsberg Polska), especially the Palone. It's not nearly as sweet, alcoholic or full-bodied as a porter (especially Polish versions). Fantastically clean, and a bit fruitier than a dunkel lager. Not completely unlike a Rauchbier, but not nearly the amount of smoke flavor. Really a fantastic beer.

Long live the beer thread.
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