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#14476 - 06/20/05 02:46 PM Re: beer thread ****
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Registered: 01/21/04
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.....and the bottled water thread, is in the "Technical Questions" section...?

i think the wine thread is in the correct spot.. this one just got started here, and thats where it has stayed. i think the title can be moved, but we would lose all the information in the thread.. so, i think it was decided to just leave it be.? at least thats my opinion..

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#14477 - 06/20/05 02:50 PM Re: beer thread
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Loc: Shreveport, Louisiana
Well, happy belated Father's Day for the dads around here. Anyway, I got my dad a bottle of Lindeman's Framboise (rasberry) and picked up a Kriek (cherry) as well. John, these fruit beers might change your mind about this style so try to find them. You might remember that BigWill has mentioned the Framboise. Both are terrific and make a delicious after dinner drink. I find that I prefer the Kriek because it's a little more balanced than the Framboise. The Kriek has that nice dry, grassy finish that's been growing on me lately. I hope you're able to find these.

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#14478 - 06/20/05 08:27 PM Re: beer thread
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I'll second that.

Now that Peter's gotten his birthday present (a bit late!), I can talk about the Unibroue Edition 2004.


YUM! That stuff is great. I guess I do like some beers. Very complex flavor, although it's been over a month, so I could tell you what. For what it's worth...I was able to finish my half of the bottle without feeling like I needed to gulp it (which happens with some red wines, and a lot of beers). My wife also enjoyed it a great deal. So today I went out to Beverages and More and bought 3 other Unibroues--Les Trois Pistoles, La Fin du Monde, et Ephémère. I've also got another Edition 2004 waiting for me along with a Quelque Chose.
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#14479 - 06/20/05 08:50 PM Re: beer thread
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Adam spotted an Edition 2005 at Whole Foods. I'll pick one up soon and do a side by side tasting against the 2004. Eet zhould be intereztink.
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#14480 - 06/20/05 08:56 PM Re: beer thread
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Yeah, the Bevmo I was at didn't have 2004 or 2005. Sigh...
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#14481 - 06/21/05 01:05 AM Re: beer thread
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Excellent, Ken! I still really like the Unibroue beers a lot. I shared a bottle of the Trois Pistoles with my father-in-law on Sunday - it was as wonderful and rich as I remember. Amazingly light in body for such a strong beer.

Peter, do let us know about the 2005. I've not seen it yet here. I sure did enjoy BevMo on my recent visit. Wow. I love America.
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#14482 - 06/24/05 02:46 PM Re: beer thread
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Wow. In about two and half weeks, this thread will be 1 year old. I'm jumping the gun a little bit, but in honor of that anniversary, I thought I'd share a website with you all that I recently discovered.

http://shop.belgianshop.com

They have a huge selection of Belgian beers -- even ones that are impossible to find in stores -- at pretty reasonable prices. They also sell Belgian chocolates and cheeses.

No, I am not affiliated with the company.
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#14483 - 06/24/05 04:36 PM Re: beer thread
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Woah. Nice find, Peter!

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#14484 - 06/24/05 04:41 PM Re: beer thread
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This thread is up to 43,000 views.
Phenomenal.
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#14485 - 06/25/05 02:15 AM Re: beer thread
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Peter, how could you? As if I didn't have enough to spend my money on already. Sheesh. . .


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