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Growing up in Detroit my thoughts of Canada was Windsor (clean, and awesome as a 19 yr old), CBC, and Labatt Blue. Oh, and maple leafs. I realize how ignorant this take was now. Canada gets a lot of crap from us Americans, but it's a pretty awesome place from what I've heard.
Anyways, what other Canadian breweries can you recommend I keep an eye out for?
I want a review of a few beers I sent you.
Uni v Ninja?
Actually, just break Em all down. Which did you LOVE, LIKE, and feel nothing for?
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It's been a few weeks, but off the top of my head. The Blood and the U v N were my fav. I really liked the DF, but I could tell it was a bit over the hill. Bodhi was bomb, Crystal was pretty good, but I thought Galaxy was better. I hadn't had the DFH Palo Santo and that was a pleasant surprise. The Flesk was good, but basic; I enjoyed drinking it, but wasn't blown away by any means. The two that I was most excited about were as good as I wanted them to be (U v N and Blood) so I'm happy.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
Glad the Pipeworks stood up to test.
No Idea the age double fist was. Crystal was probably 2 months when you drank it.
Wish our first trade would have gone faster. That crystal was fresh when I bought it.
If we trade again, I'm sure we'll be able to execute it much faster.
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Agreed, one of the best in the style I've tried
Centennial IPA 6 pack
Oberron 6er for the Mrs
2 RuinTen bombers
3 Estella Damm Inedits (an interesting wheat/lager)
Roses are red, violets are blue, I'm a schizophrenic and so am I.
Stupid Ohio and their stupid 12% cap.
Really dumb law. You guys don't get Bruery anyway do you?
Did I tell you how much I enjoyed Bomb??
I think you neglected to mention it. I am really excited that you liked it so much.
I enjoy sending other people beer that they really like as much I enjoy getting it.
Friendly reminder to those in the area that the Thirsty Monk in Asheville is killing it today. Abt 12, Cuvee Jacobins Rouge, Pisgah Vortex I, Founders, Bells, Oskar Blues, Unibroue, and about a dozen others on tap. Not to mention about 200 bottles available today as well.
Had my first taste of Rubaeus tonight....it is a complete Raspberry bomb to the point I didn't really taste much else. Also had Fleur De Hublon from Ommegang which I really enjoyed; just a nice clean, lightly fruity BPA.
Having a devils dancer right now, but last night I had an Inedit beer from Barcelona. Really interesting...a mix of wheat and lager. Not really my style but pretty damn good. Actually brewed by the guys at El Bulli in Barcelona, the super high end molecular gastronomy restaurant in Spain. Worth a quick buy if you see it around.
See Inedit regularly but never have purchased it; maybe I will now.
DDC Herbe à détourne. Ever had a belgian tripel brewed with citra hops?
Not drinking it just mentioning it.
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After days of not posting i have had some great beers this week. Cracked the Parabola today and it was amazing. Yesterday was a crazy day I went to new brewer and the ipa was like a tamer Head Hunter. Loved it then went to another taproom i had never been to. I didn't even know MadTree made a stout neverless the fact there was a bBA version. i missed that as it just blew, but man the regular was great on its own.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
John Kimmich @alchemistbeer 1m
Attention fans: We have decided to keep a case purchase limit of 2/person in place for the summer.
Europe's beer is crap. Glad to be back in America.
The stuff the cruise ship had wasn't much better.
Luckily they had Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Probably had 50 of them.
Anyways here is what I tried while I was abroad.
I need to post ITT more.
Here's what I got yesterday. From left to right: Caldera IPA, Westbrook IPA, NOLA Mechahopzilla IIPA, Boulevard Saison-Brett (only 4,100 cases produced, very excited to try), Boulevard Love Child No. 3, Fantome De Noel, Tripel Karmeliet, Ballast Point Big Eye IPA.
You must have not found those secret breweries that CoachGomez was talking about.
Love Child No.3 is really good. Best of the Love Child series so far.
To be fair I was in the wine countries but no I didn't find much of anything except and English pub that had a nice selection of the drinks in Venice.
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