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#14496 - 07/26/05 04:35 PM Oh, the humanity! ****
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#14497 - 07/26/05 07:27 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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I see 3 or 4 I could salvage.
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#14498 - 07/26/05 11:08 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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Registered: 08/25/04
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What the heck happened ? I can't imagine anything you could do with a truck that would spread them out so widely... and a beer truck bomb would not have left so many big pieces.

Dibs on the full ones in the foreground


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#14499 - 07/27/05 12:30 AM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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Getting back to the drinkable beer...

I'm on the second half (well, quarter) of a bottle of Unibroue's La Fin du Monde. Wonderful beer, again (surprise!). It has a nice start, a bit of spice in the middle, and a very complex after. Great stuff!

Whoda thunk? I like beer...
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#14500 - 07/27/05 11:45 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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ken- yes, i am surprised to see that you DO actually like beer..

i thought you were a mere rookie just a few months ago..? or do i have you mixed up with someone else..?

i recently tried the Erdinger Hefe Weizen. it was pretty decent. cloudy with an active and medium head. smelled of classic hefe, fruity banana with touch of spice. good flavors, a tad sweet, and not as bold as i would have expected. and i noticed that it had a slightly watery finish. flavor didnt seem to hold strong. overall though, i liked the beer, and thought it was a pretty good representation of a mild hefe.

BTW- i buried another sixer of the paulaner salvatore double bock while playing poker last friday.. OUCH... i ts was a very slow saturday morning...

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#14501 - 07/28/05 09:59 AM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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Nope, that's me. I still don't like the hoppy stuff. I've been drinking some hefeweizen (what I can find of it, at least) and the Unibroues. Small doses, though. I knew that champagne stopper would do some good!
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#14502 - 07/28/05 03:05 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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I had a beer that I didn't like once. Turned out to be tea or something...I won't let that happen again.

This summer I've been trying to keep the fridge stocked with the Sam Adams Summer Brew but someone keeps drinking it.
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#14503 - 07/28/05 04:26 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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billy
Looks like I might have to come over and help you ivestigate that black hole in your fridge. In case you haven't seen my post, I went ahead and ordered the 60's should be here tomorrow. But to keep to the topic of the thread. One of my all time favorites is Bellhaven Scottish Ale
You guys are far more sophisticated in the jargon so all I'm gonna say is it is a dark beer with a very clean taste. In a word, it is damn good. OK two words.
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#14504 - 07/30/05 02:33 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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Hey Ken, sorry I didn't respond sooner. That 2004 Unibroue was at the BevMo in Chino Hills. If you can't find it in your area I could grab you a case or so.
I haven't tried it yet - probably tomorrow.

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#14505 - 07/30/05 07:22 PM Re: Oh, the humanity!
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you have a pm.
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