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Old 08-03-2011, 11:25 PM   #511
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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).



I've had the Imperial Series Imperial Stout before, have a review on Youtube:
‪#19 Samuel Adams Imperial Stout - Maxwell Starr's Beer Review‬‏ - YouTube

It was pretty good, nice dark roasty flavours and hints of dark cherry.
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:27 PM   #512
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I found the Imperial Stout to be a bit too much for me (and I love stouts) but maybe I just need to try it again. The Cream Stout however, I loved
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Old 08-03-2011, 11:34 PM   #513
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I found the Imperial Stout to be a bit too much for me (and I love stouts) but maybe I just need to try it again. The Cream Stout however, I loved
The Cream Stout was good, though the 2nd time we had it I remember it being better the 1st time. Also really liked their Honey Porter.

I've also had:
Boston Lager
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Old 08-04-2011, 02:58 AM   #514
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I'm intrigued by the Sam Adams cherry wheat - on one hand, I usually abhor wheat beer, but I do love kriek. I wonder if I can find it here, though the Boston Lager and Summer Ale seem to be the only that are readily available.
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Old 08-04-2011, 10:58 AM   #515
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I had a Goose Island stout last winter (one they release on occasion in a red bottle. Have to check my basement for the exact name) that was really good. 14% too. the only problem was it was so complex and filling I could only drink one a night. And I like more than one a night
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Sweeter than I remember, but very good.
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Old 08-05-2011, 06:59 PM   #517
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That is fine beer! You try Karmeliet Tripel yet. A cleaner ale that is nice in the summer.
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That is fine beer! You try Karmeliet Tripel yet. A cleaner ale that is nice in the summer.
I've got several more times I'll be at Bryant-Lake Bowl locally in the next 2 months, so I'm going to work through their good beer list.

(FTR--I don't the the Maredsous I tried was the "blonde" like it says in the picture.)
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Old 08-08-2011, 12:56 PM   #519
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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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(FTR--I don't the the Maredsous I tried was the "blonde" like it says in the picture.)

Yeah, I've had this beer twice in the last week or so, draft and bottle, and I definitely wouldn't call it a "blonde," but it is pretty good.
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Tried the Sam Adams Blackberry Witbier yesterday. Pretty good.


But returned to the tried and true New Belgium 1554. Always tasty.
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I've been drinking this IPA from Laughing Dog lately. It doesn't take away the pain of Dogfish Head pulling their 90 minute IPA (and everything else) out of my state, but it's not a bad replacement and the label makes me smile. And it's 10%.
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Only a if it's Thanksgiving. Otherwise, gross. Tastes like an extra sweet gingerbread house.



Naturally of the two most recent I've had.
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Burleigh Heads 28 Pale Ale. Very refreshing, been enjoying it in the good streak of weather that's been here recently. Well worth a pick up.

For Australians, it's made in QLD - which I find quite surprising as it seems there aren't too many microbreweries there, let alone good ones.
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