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#14776 - 01/23/07 05:16 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! **** [Re: bigwill2]
BrenR Offline
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Registered: 12/10/03
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Oh hell, didn't recognize you there... all this talk of "Mark"... you're Will, not Mark.

Welcome back!

Bren R.

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#14777 - 01/23/07 09:26 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: tomtuttle]
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I had fun with the Polish version of the Palone site, though the vocabulary was a bit foreign (having not really spoken it since I was 5 or so...). Sounds like a tasty beer! Where did you find it?
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#14778 - 01/23/07 10:30 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: pmbuko]
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Registered: 06/20/03
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Well, Peter, funny you should ask.

I have long been grateful for the Top Foods close to my house. It has a truly wonderful selection of beers from all over the world. Unfortunately, the specialist in charge of that department (Andrew House-Higgins; a wonderful fellow) has moved on, so I fear for my future prospects.

Now comes along a new beer shop near my work - 99 Bottles. New Hope. It JUST opened, so time will tell, but certainly cause for optimism.
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#14779 - 01/23/07 11:07 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: tomtuttle]
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Jimmienorton, my homebrewing equipment has been idle for at least 5 years, but I do miss it. Wanna buy about 10 cases of empty Fischer bottles?

The beers from eastern Europe and Russia seem like good bargains right now. Enjoyed some BrouCzech the other day (dry, herbal and bitter - but in a good way), a Lithuanian ale called Ekstra Castle Ale was a strange mish-mash of styles but still very good (and dirt cheap at TJ's).

I'll give the Poles another shot, Tominator!

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#14780 - 01/23/07 11:45 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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I am enjoying - completely - a golden Belgian ale brewed by a small place in Centralia, WA. It's always been a small place. I like that.

Dick's Silk Lady is one of the most articulate and enjoyable beers I've ever had. It expresses its distinct flavor elements beautifully and harmoniously. A stunning brewing achievement, especially at 4% ABW.

Mark, try the Okocim Mocne if you can't get the other one. Fine beers and - as you said - a good value. The examples I've had exhibit uncommon care in handling for European beers.
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#14781 - 01/24/07 08:02 AM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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Quote:

Jimmienorton, my homebrewing equipment has been idle for at least 5 years, but I do miss it. Wanna buy about 10 cases of empty Fischer bottles?




I learned long ago not to bottle,to much work.I keg everything now and have a couple of jugs for to go beers.
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#14782 - 01/25/07 09:49 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: jimmienorton]
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too true, bottling is too much work. what size brew kettle you using, Jimmie?

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#14783 - 01/26/07 12:46 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! [Re: bigwill2]
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7 gallon.
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#14784 - 01/29/07 10:32 PM Re: Oh, the humanity! of the beer thread [Re: jimmienorton]
chesseroo Offline
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Hey, how did the beer thread manage a meagre 3 stars?
That's just not nice.

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#14785 - 01/30/07 01:33 AM Re: Oh, the humanity! of the beer thread [Re: chesseroo]
tomtuttle Offline
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Registered: 06/20/03
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Loc: Tacoma
Oh, sandbagged by the wine guys, I'd imagine
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