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Duels replied on Sun, Jan 1 2017 8:10 PM

Celebrate the New Year with an Imperial Black IPA, the 8.8% hard-core version of their "standard" black IPA which is called Wild Raven.

I believe the name Valravn is Danish. 

 

 

 

 

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Duels:

Celebrate the New Year with an Imperial Black IPA, the 8.8% hard-core version of their "standard" black IPA which is called Wild Raven.

I believe the name Valravn is Danish.

Now that's appropriate for the new year! Love it.

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The Devastator double bock and some Public Enemy. Happy New Years!

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Duels replied on Mon, Jan 2 2017 9:07 AM
Peter:

The Devastator double bock and some Public Enemy. Happy New Years! Peter-

Nice combination. I saw Public Enemy in the summer. I also drank beer!
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Sixpoint Tesla, American Pale Lager. Fresh and tight and hoppy. The exact opposite of what this cold windy weather asks for. But I'm staying in and listening to TR/ST and enjoying a summer beer.

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CB replied on Thu, Jan 12 2017 9:44 PM

Peter:
Sixpoint Tesla, American...

Electric beer ?

Idea

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Reminds me of

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sL9bq3YmHJo&sns=em

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Worthy Adversary, by Fulton. Russian Imperial Stout, 9.5 ABV, 2015. A gift from a friend who has been cellaring beer. So excited I almost forgot the picture.

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Duels replied on Tue, Jan 24 2017 5:45 PM
Nice Peter!!
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elephant replied on Tue, Jan 24 2017 9:59 PM
Duels:

Nice Peter!!

Agree

I am salivating !

BeoNut since '75

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CB replied on Tue, Feb 7 2017 1:42 PM

Lappish beverage Wink (drunk above the polar circle)

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Lappish beverage

We have thirsty Thursdays here. Is it thirsty Monday in Finland? 4 is a good start.

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Birthday party!

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Hanging out with Aunt Sally this

afternoon. An American Wild Ale, which is like our version of a Lambic, I guess.

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CB replied on Tue, Feb 7 2017 9:28 PM

Hi Peter

The Google translation of "dry-hopped sweet tart sour mash ale" in french, and then reverse gives "tart with garlic"...

Ick!

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Hi Peter

The Google translation of "dry-hopped sweet tart sour mash ale" in french, and then reverse gives "tart with garlic"...

Awesome.

This probably why google hasn't gotten into beer brewing, no one is going to kiss you between bottles of Google's "cloves and lemon groves."

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Duels replied on Tue, Feb 7 2017 10:31 PM
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Hi Peter

The Google translation of "dry-hopped sweet tart sour mash ale" in french, and then reverse gives "tart with garlic"...

Well here is the tart, now all we need is the garlic.....

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...now all we need is the garlic.....

I'll have to hunt this down next time I'm in the U.K.

http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/product/black-garlic-beer

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CB replied on Wed, Feb 8 2017 4:18 PM

Putzgrilous:
Birthday party!

Hi Putzgrilous

This is the one and only beer thread... Even with 4 (four !!!!) Beolab 5 and a pair of BL8k in the same room

OMG

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CB replied on Wed, Feb 8 2017 4:22 PM

Peter and Duels, you are fountains of beer knowledge Beer

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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 8 2017 6:54 PM
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I'll have to hunt this down next time I'm in the U.K.

http://www.thegarlicfarm.co.uk/product/black-garlic-beer

Peter-

And that's what I call teamwork!
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Ban boring signatures!

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Sorry about that! The beer bucket was right behind the sofa and didn't come out in the picture!

 

This is was we had in the night from a small local brewery:

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Duels replied on Thu, Feb 9 2017 7:44 AM
Putzgrilous:

Sorry about that! The beer bucket was right behind the sofa and didn't come out in the picture!

This is was we had in the night from a small local brewery:

That looks like some pretty serious beer!
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CB replied on Sun, Feb 12 2017 8:52 PM

Putzgrilous:
This is what we had in the night from a small local brewery:

For Armageddon, have a look at the BL20s thread Big Smile

http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/21987/181818.aspx#181818

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CB replied on Sun, Feb 12 2017 8:53 PM
Belgium this evening

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Belgium this evening

For the last few weeks I have been drinking this beer (from draught) in my favorite pub in Italy as well. Very good with roast-beef or pork...
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Watching The Big Bang Theory and drinking a Red Hook IPA... what a wonderful Wednesday night! Wink
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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 8:18 PM
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Watching The Big Bang Theory and drinking a Red Hook IPA... what a wonderful Wednesday night!

Excellent idea Paolo. I think I'll join you with a brewdog Elvis Juice.

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Wow Duels!!

Where do you live?!

Some weeeks ago I tasted the Brewdog Tokyo, a fantastic oak aged 18.2 stout!! I loved it!!

Do you know it?
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I think I would like the Elvis Juice as well Big Smile
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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 8:34 PM

paolomariano:

 

Wow Duels!!

 

Where do you live?!

 

Some weeeks ago I tasted the Brewdog Tokyo, a fantastic oak aged 18.2 stout!! I loved it!!

 

Do you know it?

 

 

I live in Yorkshire, England Paolo. Yes I've had brewdog's Tokyo. In fact I have had most of their many many wonderful beers. We have a brewdog bar about a mile away (15 minutes walk) which is fantastic.

 

Elvis juice is a grapefruit-infused citrus IPA. It's just fabulous.

 

Here are a couple of pics of my fridge after stockings up on brewdog.  You might just spot the Tokyo in the second pic.......

 

 

 

 

 

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Duels:

I live in Yorkshire, England Paolo. Yes I've had brewdog's Tokyo. In fact I have had most of their many many wonderful beers. We have a brewdog bar about a mile away (15 minutes walk) which is fantastic.

Elvis juice is a grapefruit-infused citrus IPA. It's just fabulous.

Here are a couple of pics of my fridge after stockings up on brewdog.......

Oh my God!! Surprise

I am dreaming!!!!

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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 8:50 PM
This was a good weekend. ......

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Cheers!

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Duels:

This was a good weekend. ......

Is that a rhubarb beer on the end?

Peter-

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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 8:52 PM
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Cheers!

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Cheers Peter🍻
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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 8:53 PM
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Is that a rhubarb beer on the end? Peter-

Yes it is. Not at all bad for a summer brew.
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Duels, I think we would be very good friends if we lived in the same country Big SmileBig Smile

Please let me know if you happen to travel to northern Italy. I would be happy to let you taste the Italian beers 🍻 Wink
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Duels replied on Wed, Feb 15 2017 9:06 PM
paolomariano:

Duels, I think we would be very good friends if we lived in the same country

Please let me know if you happen to travel to northern Italy. I would be happy to let you taste the Italian beers 🍻

Yes Paolo I think we would. Of course, that would be wonderful.

I often think how good it would be for Beoworlders to be able to meet in real life but we are all spread so far around the world.
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