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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post
    What's the difference?

    Is it a watered down export version?
    I believe it is hoppy. Also an IPA? Just throwing it out there, I don't know exactly.

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    Couldn't wait.

    Wow, this is a great IPA. Hoppy, but not overly, nice head, very drinkable.

    It's getting the GF loopy


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    The Double D IPA. Very nice, I'll drink this one again. Not overly hoppy or bitter, not as dark as it looks in the pic. I'd try to brew this one.


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    Pumpkin ale's already hitting the shelves.

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    Latest haul.

    Ballast Point Sculpin IPA


    Ballast Point Darado Double IPA


    Caldera IPA


    Elysian The Immortal IPA


    Ballast Point Sea Monster Imperial Stout


    Old Schoolhouse Imperial Stout
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    Pelforth, cheap French beer.

    Proof that beer doesn't have to be perfect to be enjoyed

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    The Double D IPA. Very nice, I'll drink this one again. Not overly hoppy or bitter, not as dark as it looks in the pic. I'd try to brew this one.


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    Hilarious label ... people need to start putting real photos of vintage-style, pin-up girls, on bottles of beer.


    Beer lovers would undoubtedly collect them

    Business collaboration anyone ?

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    Question ... this wonderful explosion in US micro-brews . . .

    Are all these people making a living ? The market must be so crowded, it's gotta be a tough business ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post
    Pelforth, cheap French beer.

    Proof that beer doesn't have to be perfect to be enjoyed
    Wow, Raoul, that looks great.

    Are you in Bormes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Wow, Raoul, that looks great.

    Are you in Bormes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post
    Pelforth, cheap French beer.

    Proof that beer doesn't have to be perfect to be enjoyed
    Look awesome - enjoy the holiday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post
    DAMMIT!! So jealous.

    Heading back there next summer.

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    tried this. store was out of alchemist and one of the employees said this was just like it. disappointing - too sweet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RaoulDuke View Post
    Pelforth, cheap French beer.

    Proof that beer doesn't have to be perfect to be enjoyed
    Beer, pool, incredible view...all come in second to that French Stripper Pole you got there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Three beers I've really enjoyed so far this Summer:





    I never had Kolsch before this year. Love the style.

    Saranac is a pretty good beer, reminds me of my old college days in Plattsburgh when it first came out. $3.99/six-pack for the Pale Ale, good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RageATL View Post
    Saranac is a pretty good beer, reminds me of my old college days in Plattsburgh when it first came out. $3.99/six-pack for the Pale Ale, good stuff.
    Yeah, I would drink their Kolsch and Summer Ale all the time. Very well made and enjoyable, IMO.

    Had one of these last night. Loved it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RageATL View Post
    Saranac is a pretty good beer, reminds me of my old college days in Plattsburgh when it first came out. $3.99/six-pack for the Pale Ale, good stuff.
    Goddammit when is Saranac going to wise up and start selling their Kolsch in 6 packs? It only comes in their freakin Summer Collection - its by far their best beer in their entire lineup.

    It's also the only 'Kolsch' beer Ive ever seen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Goddammit when is Saranac going to wise up and start selling their Kolsch in 6 packs? It only comes in their freakin Summer Collection - its by far their best beer in their entire lineup.

    It's also the only 'Kolsch' beer Ive ever seen...
    I said the same thing somewhere in here. I would drink their Kolsch all year long. Hated the blueberry white ale in the variety pack, BTW. Awful.

    If you look at my earlier post, or Rage's quoting of it, you might want to hunt down some Captain Lawrence Kolsch. It's really good. (That brewery produces a ton of spectacular beers, BTW).

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    Beer, pool, incredible view...all come in second to that French Stripper Pole you got there.

    French Stripper pole, we like our pu$$y grated


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    Stone SmokePorter w/ Vanilla Bean

    and

    Stone Smoked Porter w/ Chipotle Peppers


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