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Duels replied on Mon, Sep 24 2018 8:27 PM
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Yes their labels are cool. Here’s a bottle of IPA I’m saving for the weekend. Mr elephant might like this one.

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Duels replied on Wed, Sep 26 2018 2:23 PM
Met up with a friend for his birthday. We couldn’t decide between the rhubarb fruit beer and the breakfast stout. So we had them both....

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CB replied on Wed, Sep 26 2018 3:16 PM
Now the question is: which one first Unsure
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Duels replied on Wed, Sep 26 2018 3:44 PM
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Now the question is: which one first

The fruit beer mainly. But...... iPA, stout and Japanese malt whiskey

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CB replied on Wed, Sep 26 2018 7:29 PM
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I also bought a bottle of beer with... sea water

Salty!

Iodized is the right word...

Not my cup of tea Erm..
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CB:

Iodized is the right word...

Not my cup of tea

Sad I had high hopes for the salt beer. A couple drops of a salt solution is a great little surprise when making cocktails.
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CB replied on Thu, Sep 27 2018 7:08 AM

It may be nice, but not with any meal...

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Many thanks to Christophe who met us in Paris ...

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... for a traditional meal ... a walk ... and coffee ...

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... and who fired me these three soldiers, who were laid to rest last night ... from left to right in order of tasting and increased enjoyment:

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Damn autocorrect!

Fired = Gifted !!!!!!!

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CB replied on Wed, Oct 3 2018 9:49 AM
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So you liked the Telenn Du Yes - thumbs up
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Oh happy memories of Italy!
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CB:

So you liked the Telenn Du

Absolutely

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CB replied on Thu, Oct 4 2018 7:13 AM

Saint Beogrowler:
Oh happy memories of Italy!

Absolutely too The Man

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Duels replied on Wed, Oct 10 2018 10:09 PM
Mine is on the right. An orange and chilli conditioned stout from Beavertown called fire and fury. Beautiful strong flavours coming through. Not subtle....

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CB replied on Thu, Oct 25 2018 6:44 PM
Bierol porter

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Going hazelnuts

http://www.bierol.at

Simply fantastic Beer

Google translation gives this :

A beer as crazy as its name implies: Going Hazelnuts is the fruit of a fruitful collaboration with Chris Sullivan of Outlaw'd Collaborations. The brewmaster from the American Craft Beer stronghold Oregon has realized with us his dream to brew a beer with real hazelnuts. After a recipe that arose during a creative night at a creative meeting in the beer garden until two o'clock in the morning. Going hazelnuts are painstakingly roasted and crunched into organic hazelnuts and added at various stages of the brewing and ripening process. In combination with East Kent Golding hops and roasted malt, this produces a round nut with a light nut flavor - unforgettable, unique and brewed exclusively from natural ingredients.

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Duels replied on Thu, Oct 25 2018 7:46 PM
Wow CB that sounds pretty unusual !!
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CB replied on Sat, Oct 27 2018 7:47 PM
DuClaw

Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter Smile

Not very strong, very tasty !
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Duels replied on Sat, Oct 27 2018 7:53 PM
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DuClaw

Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter

That sounds good CB. I’m just enjoying a chocolate porter myself....

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CB replied on Sat, Oct 27 2018 9:40 PM
I was sure this one will tease you Wink

Enjoy
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Tucker replied on Sat, Oct 27 2018 11:38 PM
CB, that porter looks awesome!

Duels, I am still open to doing a beer exchange if you want. The porter and stout season is about here...

Today I was enjoying F1 qualifying with a nice bourbon barrel stout by a local Georgia brewery. The beer selection at the bar was great. Also tried a cocoa nib stout by Prairie Bomb.

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You guys inspired me to pull this bottle from 2016

Despite being an 11.1% abv, this imperial stout with ancho chili, chipotle peppers, cinnamon, vanilla, and cocao nibs is rich with subtle flavors lingering and not boozy at all.

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Duels replied on Wed, Nov 7 2018 9:30 PM
Well this is without doubt one of the best I’ve ever had.

Collaboration between Beavertown and 3 floyds. Two wood matured stouts combined to make an absolutely amazing imperial stout. 1 part aged in bourbon barrels, the other aged in barrels soaked in coffee.

We’ve got malt, dark chocolate, bourbon, liquorice, raisins, and so many other flavours going on. It’s 14% but tastes incredibly smooth. It cost £18 for the bottle and my local bottle shop was limited to 4 bottles -I got the last one. Very very special.

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Duels replied on Wed, Nov 7 2018 9:31 PM
.....oh and it’s called Heavy Lord.
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