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  • ceanntceannt
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    I scored some Bigfoot yesterday... yum.
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  • CurlyFatCurlyFat
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    Much better than I expected when the wife showed up with it.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Much better than I expected when the wife showed up with it.



    that should have become marinade for a nice pork tenderloin.
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  • CurlyFatCurlyFat
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    So the local beer store has a guy that tries really hard to get any beer possible from around the country and world (which is cool). Right now a bunch of bottles are on sale to move old stock. I grabbed this bottle and got home before realizing it's from 2012. Luckily, it has aged very very well.

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  • JerryJerry
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    Jerry said:

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    how old was that one on the right?
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  • JerryJerry
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    Fuzzy said:

    Jerry said:

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    how old was that one on the right?


    Limited edition yo! It's really bad, no one has ever enjoyed it at any age
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  • ThymThym
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    No, it's saying you won't enjoy that stuff until you've had at least 21 of them.
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  • JerryJerry
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    Thym said:

    No, it's saying you won't enjoy that stuff until you've had at least 21 of them.



    Enjoy a stomach pump
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  • ThymThym
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    Jerry said:

    Thym said:

    No, it's saying you won't enjoy that stuff until you've had at least 21 of them.



    Enjoy a stomach pump


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  • jeepinjeepinjeepinjeepin
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    Water. Lots of water. And some Gatorade.
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    And local wheats and pales from cans when the dehydration headache subsides.
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  • ThymThym
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    Lagunitas IPA.

    Grapefruit Shandy when I'm dehydrated.
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  • N_ClarkN_Clark
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    Trying to find decent pale ales or golden ales for summer but they've been edged out over the past couple years because of the IPA trend. Those super hopped IPAs just don't do it for me when it's hot out. Elysian Super Fuzz blood orange pale is decently quaffable as is Alaskan Freeride Pale. Deschutes Mirror Pond or Kona Golden have also been making their way to the house.
  • CurlyFatCurlyFat
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    N_Clark said:

    Trying to find decent pale ales or golden ales for summer but they've been edged out over the past couple years because of the IPA trend. Those super hopped IPAs just don't do it for me when it's hot out. Elysian Super Fuzz blood orange pale is decently quaffable as is Alaskan Freeride Pale. Deschutes Mirror Pond or Kona Golden have also been making their way to the house.



    Try a Budweiser Chelada.


    Order some WD-40 from amazon and meet me at the dock --
    Thym

  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    CurlyFat said:

    N_Clark said:

    Trying to find decent pale ales or golden ales for summer but they've been edged out over the past couple years because of the IPA trend. Those super hopped IPAs just don't do it for me when it's hot out. Elysian Super Fuzz blood orange pale is decently quaffable as is Alaskan Freeride Pale. Deschutes Mirror Pond or Kona Golden have also been making their way to the house.



    Try a Budweiser Chelada.


    try the hat thing.
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    N_Clark said:

    Trying to find decent pale ales or golden ales for summer but they've been edged out over the past couple years because of the IPA trend. Those super hopped IPAs just don't do it for me when it's hot out. Elysian Super Fuzz blood orange pale is decently quaffable as is Alaskan Freeride Pale. Deschutes Mirror Pond or Kona Golden have also been making their way to the house.



    i like a nice dry stout when it's hot out, but i'm probably in the minority there. :-??
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  • CurlyFatCurlyFat
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    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.


    Order some WD-40 from amazon and meet me at the dock --
    Thym

  • C_BC_B
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    Fuzzy said:

    N_Clark said:

    Trying to find decent pale ales or golden ales for summer but they've been edged out over the past couple years because of the IPA trend. Those super hopped IPAs just don't do it for me when it's hot out. Elysian Super Fuzz blood orange pale is decently quaffable as is Alaskan Freeride Pale. Deschutes Mirror Pond or Kona Golden have also been making their way to the house.



    i like a nice dry stout when it's hot out, but i'm probably in the minority there. :-??


    Mmmmmmmmmm, dry stout.
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  • ThymThym
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    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    thats pretty rich. fish much?
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny
  • CurlyFatCurlyFat
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    Thym said:

    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    thats pretty rich. fish much?


    Sure. Which part is hard to believe? That I'll drink anything?


    Order some WD-40 from amazon and meet me at the dock --
    Thym

  • ThymThym
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    CurlyFat said:

    Thym said:

    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    thats pretty rich. fish much?


    Sure. Which part is hard to believe? That I'll drink anything?


    that part is well established
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny
  • N_ClarkN_Clark
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    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    I'm confused..."boy thing"?
  • JerryJerry
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    N_Clark said:

    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    I'm confused..."boy thing"?


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  • ThymThym
    Posts: 104,269
    N_Clark said:

    CurlyFat said:

    Pretty much the only boy thing I don't want on a hot day is a barley wine or imperial stout or something like that. I find IPAs to be refreshing if they're not over-the-top. But....Bud Cheladas are actually a guilty pleasure of mine. Super refreshing. I never buy them where I buy "good" beer because I don't want to lose my cred.



    I'm confused..."boy thing"?


    I assumed it was a typo, but I have no idea what it was supposed to say.
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny