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Tripped Karmeleit is absolutely awesome. Best Belgian I've had except for Rochefort 10. Much cheaper too
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They are actually very coveted. Both are pretty small breweries but I have completed a lot of trades with them.
I still think Prairie Artisan Prairie Noir might be my favorite bourbon barrel aged stout that I have had. And I love bourbon barrel aged stouts.
Westvletern is the best I have ever had. Not exactly easy to get though. In fact I will probably never get it again.
Really I only like quadrupel ales.
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I got the Westvleteren XII for my father-in -law for xmas. He shared a few with me and I am eternally grateful. De-frickin-licious. However, completely different than the Tripel Karmeliet. I have very few Belgians under my belt to make comparison to, but I really like trying new stuff......even if it's not for me, I drink it and am thankful.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
We are the same way. If in presence of greatness or offered always try it.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
I am the same way. If I have a chance I will try it but I am not going to go out of the way for a belgian most of the time.
Ill try anything and try to understand it. If its not for me, then it must have someone else who would like it. It's fun to catalog that stuff and be able to point people in the right direction do them.
....that, too. The Belgians I've had have all been highly recommended by IPA lovers.
I might could help if anyone's trying to find something different....I live in Philly and we get just about everything.
Meeting some buddies of mine tonight for some good brews. This place has a great selection so i'll be seeking the Brew Crew's assistance tonight. Thanks in advance.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
What's the name of the place you're going???
Blackwell's. It's in Birmingham.
Never heard of it but it's 15 minutes from my parents house so I'll have to check it out next time I'm home.
Yeah it's where I had Hopslam for the first time. On draft too...
whats up with those distribution centers in PA, i spend a night or two there when I was 21 and had the biggest struggle understanding why i couldn't buy beer at a grocery store or a gas station.
The laws here are messed up and I don't know why. It's also illegal to ship beer in and out of the state between residential addresses. Even wine is state controlled. There are a couple select grocery stores that sell beer now, like Whole Foods and Wegman's. We do have several great beer stores that pick up the slack though.
Aussie, Victory at Sea is one of my absolute favorite porters.
It is very good.
Dinner fell through so just back at the house. This is nothing spectacular but a solid brew.
This a beautiful beer. Dark fruit and oak in the aroma, the same blended perfectly in the taste with a medium body and smooth finish.
Never had anything from Southern Tier but I here they have some solid brews.
Secured me a bottle of Barrel Aged Bigfoot tonight. So happy right now. The stash continues to grow.
Nice......having a Big Eye IPA, enjoying this OSU v IU bball game.
Ballast Point Big Eye is pretty good.
Their Big Eye is a really good brew. Haven't had anything from them that I didn't like.
sculpin for me its a ballast point night in here. Thinking of cracking the BCBCS for victory.
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