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    Originally posted by diamondsgirl
    that sounds interesting...

    not the same thing but, I had cider jack + winter warmer it was called an apple pie. Very good.
    its very good dg, and not remembering the name is driving me nuts!
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    Originally posted by Carmine Raguzza.
    its very good dg, and not remembering the name is driving me nuts!
    we can always make one up
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    Originally posted by diamondsgirl
    we can always make one up
    ...the floor is open dear... fire away

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    Black Velvet

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    Originally posted by diamondsgirl
    Black Velvet
    hasn't that one been taken?

    I just e-mailed a friend of mine who is a raging alcoholic...waiting for the answer! lol

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    I found black velvet on the internet as cider mixed with guinness

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    Its called a .........................SMOOTHIE!

    a thank you to my freind Dave!

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    I had an Australian beer that was called something like "the Razor's Edge." It was about ten years ago but I remember the label was really cool with a great white shark and a crocodile facing off against each other. I can't find it on the internet so maybe it is now defunct. But if any Aussie can tell me anything about it I would appreciate it.
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    Sierra Nevada Big Foot Ale (available only in winter) is stand you on your head stuff! Love it!

    Sam Adams never did much for me, overated.
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    Originally posted by Carmine Raguzza.
    Its called a .........................SMOOTHIE!

    a thank you to my freind Dave!
    smoothie, huh? Your friend Dave sobered up long enough to answer you.

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    Originally posted by CROWBAR
    Sierra Nevada Big Foot Ale (available only in winter) is stand you on your head stuff! Love it!

    Sam Adams never did much for me, overated.
    Never tried the Big Foot, sounds good.

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    It's definately heavy tasting Diamondsgirl! Not for your everyday beer drinker as it's flavor is Brandywine. Once you get the first one down, it gets better and better! If your used to Lager, it will be quite a shock at first but, most folks end up liking it.

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    The Sam Adams "Winter Classics" 12-packs are now available!
    unfortunately they have replaced the Boston Ale with the Lite.

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    Originally posted by CROWBAR
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout is good stuff! Why would you guys even suggest a beer made with fruit in it is beyond me! Not!

    Ims2, you should go over the border to Colorado Springs and there is a liquor store there that's well known for carrying almost every beer available. The name of the place escapes, but call around or ask a local and your in buisness!
    Applejacks?

    That place is like the Costco of alcohol. It's a huge store, and the beer cooler takes up pretty much one whole wall of it. Not sure if they have one in Colorado Springs, but they do in the Denver area.
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    Originally posted by CROWBAR
    Sierra Nevada Big Foot Ale (available only in winter) is stand you on your head stuff! Love it!

    I'll have to track some of that down for a future review, but this week, I'm sticking with the stash of Snow Cap in the fridge. Hopefully someone around here will carry it. I know the "Celebration Ale" (their other winter beer) shows up around here once in a while.
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    Yeah Ford, I think That might be the name of the place, still not certain though as it's been many years since I was there. It was incredible! I thought I died and went to beer heaven! LOL!

    Since your a west coast guy right? there should be plenty of availibilty of Sierra Nevada ale to you. Bigfoot is somewhere around 9% alcohol per bottle. Not for wimps! It usually arrives in stores around February so take a look then. Comes out right after the winter ale. Good stuff!


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    Originally posted by diamondsgirl
    smoothie, huh? Your friend Dave sobered up long enough to answer you.
    yeah! he was in preparations for the RAMA show, so he was taken it easy. I cannot however say the same once we arrived at the casino! LOL!

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    I love beer. I was really into finding and trying new microbrews about 10 years ago or so. Nowadays I just stick to the standard Bud/Bud Light and only occasionally trying a new microbrew. I still love micro brews and am always up for trying something new. But one beer i refuse to try is Young's Ramrod Cream Ale from.....you guessed it, San Francisco. I shit you not. It is a real beer.
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    Originally posted by CROWBAR
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout is good stuff! Why would you guys even suggest a beer made with fruit in it is beyond me! Not!

    Ims2, you should go over the border to Colorado Springs and there is a liquor store there that's well known for carrying almost every beer available. The name of the place escapes, but call around or ask a local and your in buisness!
    I love Colorado Springs! I will keep that in mind for holiday cheer.
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    Speaking of Colorado, for this week's selection, we go to the New Belgium brewing company in Ft Collins CO.............





    New Belgium welcomes the Holidays each year with the release of Frambozen, a brown ale fermented with Northwest raspberries. Frambozen, Flemish for raspberry, is a little more than 11% fruit by volume. Brewer Bill Hepp traveled to Oregon this year to oversee the selection and shipment process. He describes the first moment he experienced this year’s harvest.

    “The room was redolent with the thick, summery aroma of fresh, red raspberries,” Bill recalls. “I opened the drum, untied the plastic liner, and scooped out a handful. Putting a few in my mouth, I could tell immediately that this was going to be an excellent year for Frambozen.”

    An exceptionally warm growing season made for sweet fruits with a pleasantly tart finish. The final Frambozen weighs in at 7.0% ABV. Bill compares the finished beer with one of life’s guilty pleasures.

    “Drinking Frambozen is like stomping on the gas of a vintage El Camino,” says Hepp. “It’s a delightful, powerful beer with a style and class all its own.”

    Seeing as Bill rides his bike to work throughout the winter, we assume he’s speaking metaphorically.

    Frambozen will be available throughout our distribution area October through January. Hop in the El Camino (or better yet, grab your bike) and go out and get you some.


    Finished Product Information:
    Alcohol: 7.0%
    IBU: 16
    Hops and Spices: Magnum, raspberries
    Malts: Pale, Chocolate, Carapils, C-40, C-80, Munich


    FORD's review: Usually I don't go out of my way to drink fruit flavored beers, but New Belgium puts out some intesting shit, and I'll drink any winter beer at least once.

    This ale probably falls about half way between something like Widmer's Blackberry Heffeweisen and the above mentioned Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic in terms of the "fruity" flavor taking over the beer. It's a good medium, with the sweetness definitely present, but tasting more like a Belgian ale than champagne (as the Adams product does). No surprise there since it comes from a "Belgian" brewer.

    This one would probably go great with your upcoming Turkey Day meal

    I'll give it a 1/2

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    Any one ever try any of the Magic Hat beers from Vermont? I love the one called Fat Angel. Very yummy.
    Reminds me of Sierra Nevada Ale a bit. Good beer to have while eating a meal, you know? Not a strong after taste.
    Many bars in the Boston area serve this. Check it out.

    Blind Faith is good too, but much stronger.

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    I just tried, and am trying, the Sierra Nevada "Celebration Ale." Quite good I should say. Reminds me of Anchor Steam a little bit.

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    Originally posted by diamondsgirl


    Blind Faith is good too, but much stronger.

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    she's purdy.

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    Me likey!

    The Sierra Celebration ale is good stuff Ford!

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    Originally posted by CROWBAR
    Me likey!

    The Sierra Celebration ale is good stuff Ford!
    Yeah, I tried some of that last year. I'll definitely be working a 6 pack of that in somewhere between now and 12/25

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    I just talked to my brother in Boston. He bought a bottle (liter) of Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock for $14 bucks. Review to follow when I get to it.

    Samuel Adams® partnered with Scharffen Berger Chocolate to develop their newest innovation, Samuel Adams® Chocolate Bock. Tettnang Tettnanger and Spalt hops were hand-selected from the world's oldest growing area and combined with a complex selection of malts including two row Pale, Munich and caramel to create a rich and satisfying brew. This dark beer has a big, malty character that is combined with the subtle sweetness of chocolate. The chocolatiers at Scharffen Berger crafted an exclusive blend of chocolate for Samuel Adams® made with cocoa beans from Ghana called forastero. Samuel Adams® Chocolate Bock was aged on a bed of this chocolate to create its unique layers of flavor. As the beer matured, the fruity, tart, earthy and chocolate aromas were infused into the liquid to give the brew a complex, full-bodied taste with a velvety finish. A hint of vanilla was added to meld the symphony of flavors together.
    Due to legal restrictions, Samuel Adams® Chocolate Bock can not be sold in the states of Alabama, Louisiana, and Utah.

    http://www.samueladams.com/world_of_...px?jump=styles
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    Applejacks?

    That place is like the Costco of alcohol. It's a huge store, and the beer cooler takes up pretty much one whole wall of it. Not sure if they have one in Colorado Springs, but they do in the Denver area.
    And they just recently expanded the store, so it's about 50% bigger now.

    But sadly, no there's no Applejack down here in the Springs. It's worth the 2 hour drive to Wheat Ridge though.

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    This week, we're at Bridgeport Brewery in Portland with a beer that even Scrooge himself could appreciate......




    Ebenezer Ale

    Brewed in homage to the holiday season, Ebenezer Ale is full-bodied, rich mahogany in color, crowned with a creamy head and finished with a festive warmth. The ale is brewed with four kinds of roasted malts, and local and imported hops. It is naturally conditioned in the keg and bottle to enhance the smooth balance of malt and hops.

    Our winter seasonal is available September through January.

    Alcohol by Volume: 6.4%
    Original Gravity: 16.0
    BUs: 40

    Accolades

    * Silver Medal, Brewing Industry International Awards, London, England, 2002
    * Highly Recommended Rating, The Beverage Testing Institute, Chicago, IL, 2002


    FORD's review: No odd ingredients like berries or Hemp as hops in this one. Just a damn good winter ale that will cure your Bah Humbugs. Deceptively smooth enough even for a wuss beer fan - here's a 6.4% ale that goes down more like a 4.5% - so keep the cell phones handy to call a cab if you and Cratchit are pounding these down at your holiday party

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    This beer's roots are in Belgium, and the classic Wit biers produced by Belgium's brewers. The style gets its name from the white, milky appearance of this unfiltered wheat ale. The brewers of Samuel Adams® beer, taking inspiration from the Belgians, have created a classic of their own. On the malt side, we use malted two row Pale barley, malted wheat, and Munich malt to give this beer a crisp, malty, cereal finish and smooth mouth feel. The hops used are Noble Tettnang Tettnanger hops. At the end of the kettle boil, we add a proprietary spice blend to give Samuel Adams® White Ale a unique and complex flavor, without being overpowering or cloying. The spice blend includes orange and lemon peel, dried plum, grains of paradise, coriander, anise, hibiscus, rose hips, tamarind, and vanilla. It is this special blend of spices that gives Samuel Adams® White Ale its unique character, complexity and refreshing drinkability. The beer is coarse filtered, leaving a white haze from the malt proteins. Our proprietary top fermenting ale yeast ferments the beer, imparting its signature character - bright and slightly fruity.
    Sam Adams

    Excellent beer. Mellow and reminiscient of Sam Adam's Weiss beer.

    Rating: out of five.


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    The wife and I went to Disney world a few weeks ago and had dinner at The Brown Derby in MGM Studios. This is where I fell in love with "Trois Pistoles".

    I just stumbled upon a bottle in my local distibutor and snatched it up to see if it was as good as I had originally thought. It is. It came in a dark brown, 750 ml ( like a pint and a halfish), corked and caged bottle....bout 6 bucks.

    It's almost sad to call it beer......sooooo good.

    9% alc/vol my friends....this is no pounding beer. DARK brown/reddish with a "fruity" taste. I can also taste a hint of chocolate. Awesome mouth feel, rocky head...did I mention 9% alc/vol?

    I'm the guy that skip's coffee during dessert and continues with the beer....this beer is FANTASTIC with dessert.

    This beer is fantastic period.





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    This thread is fucking gay
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    Originally posted by Three Lock Rock
    Giving guys head is making me fucking gay
    You back you SAMMY lovin' homo!?

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    Originally posted by Three Lock Rock
    This thread is fucking gay
    No, that would be a tequilacyclopedia thread. Especially if it only focused on one particular overpriced brand.

    NOW GET THE FUCK OUTA HERE, SHEEP!

    I provide this thread as a public service so REAL Van Halen fans are never stuck drinking shitty beer again. You will respect it, or you will die.

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    Originally posted by distortion9
    The wife and I went to Disney world a few weeks ago and had dinner at The Brown Derby in MGM Studios. This is where I fell in love with "Trois Pistoles".

    I just stumbled upon a bottle in my local distibutor and snatched it up to see if it was as good as I had originally thought. It is. It came in a dark brown, 750 ml ( like a pint and a halfish), corked and caged bottle....bout 6 bucks.

    It's almost sad to call it beer......sooooo good.

    9% alc/vol my friends....this is no pounding beer. DARK brown/reddish with a "fruity" taste. I can also taste a hint of chocolate. Awesome mouth feel, rocky head...did I mention 9% alc/vol?

    I'm the guy that skip's coffee during dessert and continues with the beer....this beer is FANTASTIC with dessert.

    This beer is fantastic period.





    Thanks for kicking this thread back up! I've been neglecting it lately from lack of drinking.

    And I have tried this one before, and it is good, but very heavy. Not for amateur beer drinkers at all. Also had another one from the same brewery. I believe it was called "Fin DuMonde" or something like that.

    Might want to check that out

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    It was sunny and 75 degrees today in FORD Country, a rarity for April, especially as wet and rainy as most of this month has been.

    Nothing tastes better on a day like this than an ice cold IPA



    Redhook India Pale Ale is a beer that celebrates hoppiness. The flavor of Cascade hops is the dominant note in our IPA, and it's a true English-style bitter.

    The distinctive style was developed by British brewers in the 1700s. They created the sturdy beer to survive long sea journeys to far-flung colonies, where troops eagerly awaited the brew's arrival. Hops, happily, not only imparted a delightful bitterness, they also inhibited the growth of bacteria.

    Originally named "Ballard Bitter" in honor of the Seattle neighborhood where Redhook opened its first brewery, Redhook IPA has been embraced by ale enthusiasts from the Northwest to New England.

    IPA is highly enjoyable with grilled meats and spicy entrees.

    Grain Variety:
    2-row Klages, Caramel 30/37, Munich

    Hop Variety:
    Northern Brewer, Willamette, Cascades

    Flavor Profile:
    Aggressively hopped, dry and crisp finish

    Color:
    Brass (8.4 SRM)

    Bitterness Units:
    38.5 IBU

    Alcohol % Weight:
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    Alcohol % Volume:
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    Original Gravity:
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    Calories / 12 oz.:
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    Carbohydrates / 12 oz.:
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    Package Format:
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    Brewed Since:
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    Originally posted by Nickdfresh
    You back you SAMMY lovin' homo!?
    Sammy lovin' yes. Homo no. You are an idiot though.

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    Originally posted by Three Lock Rock
    Sammy lovin' yes. Homo no. You are an idiot though.
    Wow! You're a poet and you probably blow it!

    I didn't think you would like beer, I was thinking you're more a chardonnay man/eunuch...

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    HOPDEVIL ALE
    Menacingly delicious, with the powerful, aromatic punch of whole flower American hops backed up by rich, German malts. HopDevil Ale offers a roller coaster ride of flavor, coasting to a smooth finish that satisfies fully.

    PRAISE FROM THE PROS
    Champion American Beer:
    Great British Beer Festival 2002

    Domestic Beer of The Year:
    Malt Advocate Magazine 1999

    COMPOSITION
    Malts: Imported, German 2 row
    Hops: American whole flowers
    Alcohol by volume: 6.66%

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