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Tony S

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Seriously? There isn't a beer thread? Maybe I missed it. Anyway...

Week in and week out, my go-to non-draft. There is an embarrassment of riches here, so there's lots of competition!

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luliski

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That looks really good. Glad I saw this after going to the store, or I would have bought beer! Stone Brewing's Enjoy By beer this time is an unfiltered IPA. I love unfiltered IPAs. But it's 9.4% ABV, I'm a lightweight, and I have to work 12 hours starting at 7 a.m. tomorrow. So I walked past it :(
 
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Tony S

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Never had Schneiderweisse.
 

Jersey Skier

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That looks really good. Glad I saw this after going to the store, or I would have bought beer! Stone Brewing's Enjoy By beer this time is an unfiltered IPA. I love unfiltered IPAs. But it's 9.4% ABV, I'm a lightweight, and I have to work 12 hours starting at 7 a.m. tomorrow. So I walked past it :(
You should have turned around and bought it, Tasty.
 

cbk

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"If you can read a newspaper through it, it's not good beer..."

Well, most of the time anyway. Tonight I'm enjoying a Kona Brewing Co. Longboard Lager!
 

Bad Bob

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After the first one, I'll happily drink pretty much any beer.

But for that 1st one lately I have been headed towards an IPA or Amber from Black Tooth Brewing of late. They make some nice beers.

Next time I am over in Gillette they have a mead brewery (?) looking forward to trying some of those.
 

TexasStout

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Had a lot of beer pics on 'that other ski site' which is no longer. :(

I love beer. It is a passion of mine. Used to be an imperial stout lover/drinker, but evolved into an IPA/IIPA fanatic. We're fortunate to have a lot of choices in craft brew here, now. Have had to up my cycling mileage to keep the weight down from them.
 
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luliski

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My latest most favorite IPA is Fieldworks' Bloomsday. I had it on tap. I don't know if they bottle or can it. It was so good, and the place where I had it said that their Fieldworks kegs always go in 2-3 days.
 

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