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elephant replied on Sat, Jul 8 2017 12:51 PM
Duels:

This is looking good Elephant.

Big SmileLets have a Party !!!Yes - thumbs upπŸ‘

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CB replied on Sun, Jul 9 2017 11:35 AM

A mix of Peroni and Moretti, draft.

32°C outside, fresh inside the glass (not the best beer in the world...) Wink

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elephant:

My wife said it smells of tar and tastes of tar

I.E. it's great stuff for men

It was a sample.

So I'll tell them there is pent up world wide demand from connoisseurs of tar BeoNut since '75

Yes - thumbs up
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Long Horn Steakhouse, Portage, Indiana

Blue moon Belgian White (style) Ale Wink

Not bad, especially because I got a perfectly cooked fillet with it!! Stick out tongue

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Duels replied on Mon, Jul 10 2017 5:02 PM
paolomariano:

Long Horn Steakhouse, Portage, Indiana

Blue moon Belgian White (style) Ale

Not bad, especially because I got a perfectly cooked fillet with it!!

That steak looks good. Blue moon with a chunk of orange by the look of it. Not bad at all.
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CB replied on Mon, Jul 10 2017 5:37 PM

paolomariano:
got a perfectly cooked fillet

Yum Thumbs Up

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Duels:

with a chunk of orange by the look of it.

Exactly! Big Smile
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Last beers in the u.s.a. before taking off... :-(

Samuel Adams Rebel IPA, and Goose Island Lagers.

Unfortunately my IPA has been served without a glass... :-( quite good, anyway.. Wink

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I was joking...

they were not the last beers

These are the last, I think... Surprise

Shock top, Missouri, Belgian white style

It's ok. But I really don't get the coriander... Unsure
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elephant replied on Wed, Jul 12 2017 12:42 PM
paolomariano:

But I really don't get the coriander

I like Hoegaarden's coriander flavour !

And Sam Adams for that matter: in the early Nineties it was the only decent American beer I knew and could rely on !

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Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA at 9% to celebrate getting the Beocord 9000 up and running. Yeah, and some DMC.

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Saint Beogrowler:

Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA at 9% to celebrate getting the Beocord 9000 up and running. Yeah, and some DMC.

Peter-

Sounds good!! Very good Big Smile
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CB replied on Sun, Jul 16 2017 12:06 PM
OK OK, it's just Kronenbourg...

At the Morzine-Avoriaz Harley Days (30000 bikers...)

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Tucker replied on Tue, Jul 18 2017 9:39 PM

The new Dank Tank was released last week here in Atlanta...  Wasabi infused blond ale!  The Wasabi is subtle, yet still slightly opens the sinuses.  VERY tasty and interesting beer!

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Tucker replied on Wed, Jul 19 2017 4:12 PM

Popped this gem open last night, and glad I didn't wait any longer..  It was great, but you could tell it was starting to lose its luster...  There is something about a properly aged bottle of wine that you just can't get from anything else.

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Duels replied on Sun, Jul 23 2017 5:18 PM
A cucumber infused pale ale. Very summery!

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Nothing special, but one of my favorites:

 


There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Duels replied on Sun, Jul 23 2017 6:41 PM
And now for something completely different. An imperial stout. Aged in Bourbon barrels. 8% and gorgeous.

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Al replied on Sun, Jul 23 2017 7:26 PM

How can ye put LEMON in a beer!!!!

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Duels replied on Sun, Jul 23 2017 7:50 PM
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How can ye put LEMON in a beer!!!!

Outraged,

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Who put lemon in their beer?
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elephant replied on Tue, Jul 25 2017 11:57 AM
So good I could not stop with the first sip ...

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elephant replied on Tue, Jul 25 2017 11:59 AM
Duels:

Who put lemon in their beer?

Lime in my case - with Hoegaarden

Although a German friend did introduce me to the idea of a slice of lemon with witbier

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Zundert Trappist - Yes - thumbs up

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And a Maredsous Triple, to conclude Wink

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Duels replied on Thu, Jul 27 2017 12:50 PM
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And a Maredsous Triple, to conclude

Always a good way to finish.

And to start.

And in the middle.

Maybe that's why it's called a triple.
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Duels:

Always a good way to finish.

And to start.

And in the middle.

Maybe that's why it's called a triple.

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elephant replied on Sat, Jul 29 2017 6:14 AM
Duels:

Always a good way to finish.

And to start.

And in the middle.

Maybe that's why it's called a triple.

LOL

And a great plan !

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Duels replied on Sat, Jul 29 2017 5:13 PM
Its good to spend Saturday afternoon with a tart.

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elephant replied on Sun, Jul 30 2017 12:04 AM
Duels:

Its good to spend Saturday afternoon with a tart.

Was the Tart tasty ?

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elephant replied on Sun, Jul 30 2017 8:08 AM
The Beolab 20 is looking thirsty 😦 while "we" listen to another discovery ...

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Duels replied on Sun, Jul 30 2017 8:56 AM
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Was the Tart tasty ? BeoNut since '75

Of course. The tart was sour.
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A "crostata" with no butter and a wonderful jam, and a spectacular bull dog, which perfectly suits the role...

Big Smile
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Duels replied on Mon, Jul 31 2017 7:54 PM
paolomariano:

A "crostata" with no butter and a wonderful jam, and a spectacular bull dog, which perfectly suits the role...

Sounds like an excellent breakfast.
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Duels:

Sounds like an excellent breakfast.

SurpriseSurpriseSurprise

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Duels replied on Fri, Aug 4 2017 10:06 PM
Lagunitas IPA on draft

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Limited edition #432 of 500

So far I prefer their Duppel

PS watched some Riva del Garda video clips this afternoon β›΅οΈβ›°πŸ›Άβ›°πŸš€

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Duels replied on Sat, Aug 5 2017 7:11 PM
Brewdog bar in Sheffield.

Collaboration beer between Brewdog and cloudwater brewery. 8.5%. Beautiful orangey IPA. Great flavours.

I love Brewdog.

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Duels replied on Sat, Aug 5 2017 8:00 PM
And again......

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Duels replied on Sat, Aug 5 2017 9:04 PM
Ok. Now we are having a Jet black Heart stout.

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Here is a nice Rye Pale Ale

The bottom of the can states, "pairs well with hot summer days, crisp afternoons, reminds you of summer and gives a glimpse of fall"

About right, I guess. I poured a little aggressively for the picture dramatics.

Peter-

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