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post #1921 of 2001

Anyone tried the Bass? Drank it while I was in Northern Ireland but can't find it anywhere else to get :( Was simply amazing!

post #1922 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Androb View Post
 

Anyone tried the Bass? Drank it while I was in Northern Ireland but can't find it anywhere else to get :( Was simply amazing!

 

Bass Ale is readily available in the US.  Not so sure about Sweden though.  

post #1923 of 2001

Avery Brewing Company - Out Of Bounds Stout

 

 

Now that the weather is a little cooler here in California, it's time to get some darker beers into the rotation. This one is new to me, but very enjoyable. Cheers!

post #1924 of 2001
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Originally Posted by daigo View Post

Bass Ale is readily available in the US.  Not so sure about Sweden though.  
You lucker!!!! And no I cant find it anywhere here :///
post #1925 of 2001
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Avery Brewing Company - Out Of Bounds Stout

 

 

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Now that the weather is a little cooler here in California, it's time to get some darker beers into the rotation. This one is new to me, but very enjoyable. Cheers!

 

I've been looking forward to drinking some stouts and porters as well.  Just starting to cool down a bit in the evenings where the mood is right for something dark.  

post #1926 of 2001

Yup, seasonal beers are beginning to hit the store shelves.

post #1927 of 2001
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Anyone tried the Bass? Drank it while I was in Northern Ireland but can't find it anywhere else to get :( Was simply amazing!

 

I saw it on the shelves in a corner in a HUGE department store here in Japan, along with Guiness (the actual Irish stuff, bottled). I was wondering about it. I don't actually drink, except the occasional Guiness for the B12 in it, but I do have something of an appreciation of it. Back in my home town there is a small pub that brews its own beer. Absolutely fantastic. 

post #1928 of 2001
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Yup, seasonal beers are beginning to hit the store shelves.

I always find it amusing when I see all the pumpkin beers hit shelves in the middle of summer.  However, that's just how the seasonal distribution ends up working out.  

post #1929 of 2001

Sticking with the Stout theme.....

 

Guinness followed by another "Out Of Bounds Stout".

 

post #1930 of 2001

Currently working on a case of HI.PA, part of Magic Hat's IPA on Tour limited brew.

 

AppleMark

post #1931 of 2001

I saw a lot of Magic Hat at my Total Wine recently. Interesting looking labels. Any recommendations from their line?

post #1932 of 2001
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I saw a lot of Magic Hat at my Total Wine recently. Interesting looking labels. Any recommendations from their line?

Their #9 "Not Quite Pale Ale" is a staple at a lot of bars. Their Circus Boy is another year round brew - a hefeweizen - that's not too shabby either.  Big fan of this HIPA as well.

post #1933 of 2001

I finally got a chance to take a trip to both the Dogfish Head brewery in Milton, Delaware and also the brewpub in Rehoboth Beach. It was very interesting to get a chance to visit, it is something I have wanted to do for quite a while now. The expansion at the brewery is pretty impressive and they are clearly pumping tons of money into their operation.

 

Unrelated, does anyone get the Esquire Channel? I actually don't but it seems many cable providers are providing their shows on demand. There is a show about the Brew Dog brewery that is pretty interesting. So far, I was only able to catch the first episode but it was definitely worth a watch for the beer snobs among us.

post #1934 of 2001
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Unrelated, does anyone get the Esquire Channel? I actually don't but it seems many cable providers are providing their shows on demand. There is a show about the Brew Dog brewery that is pretty interesting. So far, I was only able to catch the first episode but it was definitely worth a watch for the beer snobs among us.

I downloaded two episodes last night. Pretty good show. Very much like Brew Masters with Sam Calagione from Dogfish Head Brewery on Discovery channel. Only instead of resurrecting old recipes the Brew Dog guys do a brew unique to a place (like San Diego or San Francisco). Worth checking out if you like that kind of thing.

post #1935 of 2001
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Originally Posted by sharkz View Post
 

Unrelated, does anyone get the Esquire Channel? I actually don't but it seems many cable providers are providing their shows on demand. There is a show about the Brew Dog brewery that is pretty interesting. So far, I was only able to catch the first episode but it was definitely worth a watch for the beer snobs among us.

 

I'll have to check it out.  Saw a commercial for it when I was randomly watching TV while traveling for work but I've forgotten about it since.  

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