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Old 07-31-2011, 06:22 AM   #496
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Old 07-31-2011, 06:25 AM   #497
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:15 AM   #498
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I really think I might have to do the old fingers-down-the-throat. People always say once they throw up they can keep going
The opposite is also possible.

I usually start feeling saturated from the third beer, so I hardly ever drink much more. Makes for cheap nights out, though.
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Old 07-31-2011, 07:28 PM   #499
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Last night reminded me of how much I like Peroni. Its combination of lightness and flavor complexity makes it great.
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I am not into getting plastered. If i was I would be hitting the hard stuff. Beer is more for taste and socializing. I really enjoy it for those reasons, and the variety of beer to try. I enjoy trippels and quads on occasion. You can get a case of Hamms otherwise and get shit hammered. But your colon will hate you the next day.
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I really think I might have to do the old fingers-down-the-throat. People always say once they throw up they can keep going
I only go for that if I want to sleep and I'm really drunk.

I get the spins pretty bad when the two meet together (drunkedness and sleep). Rather than being uncomfortable, I just rid my system or stay awake.
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Old 08-01-2011, 01:33 PM   #502
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Tried the Scotch Ale and the Muddy River Stout last night. Scotch Ale was good. Stout was great, lots of little flavors to be found.

Pumphouse Brewery

Probably should have tried the blueberry, too.

Woot! Glad you liked it.
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Highly recommend the Sam Adams Imperial Series.

So far tried the Double Bock and the Wee Heavy and they are both delicious. And potent (9 and 10% alc).



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Sam Adams contracts quite a bit of their brewing out to other breweries. Not that it is bad.....just something to be aware of. They do a good PR job with their brand.
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Speaking of Sam Adams, one of my very favorite beers is their Cherry Wheat. I am also reminded of Sam Smith's an excellent beer from the UK.
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Love the Sam cherry wheat
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I quite enjoyed their spring seasonal, Noble Pils
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Considering I absolutely don't like Sam Adams, I do like their cherry wheat. One of the best aftertastes in a real beer I've ever tasted.
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Garrison's Blackberry Wheat is even worse this year. No beer taste whatsoever. If you can trick yourself into believing this is a cooler instead of a beer, it's not too bad. But as a beer, it is horrendous.
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Highly recommend the Sam Adams Imperial Series.

So far tried the Double Bock and the Wee Heavy and they are both delicious. And potent (9 and 10% alc).




Moosehead Breweries in Saint John, NB, Canada are distributing their brews.. but I don't think they are actually brewing them

Oh and get this. Moosehead brews Guinness Extra Stout for the Eastern States but I can't get Extra Stout here.. despite the fact that I am about five minutes away from Moosehead breweries. If I have a hankering for extra stout, I have to go into Maine to get it.
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