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    New Glaurus Spotted Cow.

    Will be in Milwaukee for work next week, will be stocking up.

    Arrogant Bastard is a newer favorite.

    Pitch Black during fall/winter.

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    My "go to" beer:


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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Yuengling. The best and oldest of American Beers.

    Yuengling is great. My buddy just moved back from Tennessee after the service about a month ago, brought a bunch back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Churchill View Post
    My "go to" beer:

    I'm a big Belgian enthusiast. I WISH this were my go to... It would mean you can get it outside of the Monastery in Belgium.
    Best beer ever made.


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    This is beer has become #1 now. It's so tasty. Highly recommend to trying it if you see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmitexxi View Post


    This is beer has become #1 now. It's so tasty. Highly recommend to trying it if you see it
    Allagash makes a brew called Curieux, a Bourbon Barrel aged Tripel. 11% ABV

    Shlt is AMAZING!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman Harris View Post
    Allagash makes a brew called Curieux, a Bourbon Barrel aged Tripel. 11% ABV

    Shlt is AMAZING!

    That looks good. Very nice color. Ill have to check with my guy for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmitexxi View Post


    This is beer has become #1 now. It's so tasty. Highly recommend to trying it if you see it
    ^ That stuff is amazing but will put you on your ass if you're not careful!



    ^ This has been my warm weather beer. It's not for everyone but it's refreshing and light for this time of year.
    Last edited by RageATL; 06-07-2013 at 12:36 PM.

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    I'm a hop head. This is one of my all time favs but I can't get it around here.


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    Since we're all Borgos on this bus, can we rename to

    Your Favorite To-Go Beers







    soon; too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Just finished snow removal and enjoying a Smithwick's Irish Ale as a reward. (Sadly, no Guinness in the stores to concoct a black & tan.) As I sit here, I started thinking about beers which are always pleasing, if not entirely perfect.

    The other beer thread is full of amazing, and often esoteric, brews. But let's put on our thinking caps in an attempt to list beers which, push comes to shove, would always be present in your home, especially if they're for you and not someone you're trying to impress.

    If possible, please limit it to one or two choices. Just beers which are a constant delight to your palate.
    Boddingtons, I love boddingtons.
    Fat Tire/1554 from New Belgium Brewery, but they don't currently distribute to New York. One of the few things I miss about living in St. Louis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmitexxi View Post


    This is beer has become #1 now. It's so tasty. Highly recommend to trying it if you see it
    Try it on draught, it's even better.

    Bellhaven Scottish Ale is my usual Go To though.
    Last edited by Scandal26; 06-07-2013 at 09:09 PM.

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    Any of you guys/gals on Beeradvocate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    Fat Tire/1554 from New Belgium Brewery
    In Colorado, tell the server you want a tourist, and they'll bring you a Fat Tire.

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    Truly an all day IPA. Not my favorite, but when I want to put back 6 or more, and not be lying face first on the floor...this is the ultimate choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTL Jet Fan View Post
    Cigar city Jai Alai
    someone who knows good beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeJet View Post


    Truly an all day IPA. Not my favorite, but when I want to put back 6 or more, and not be lying face first on the floor...this is the ultimate choice.
    I'm not a fan of Founders IPAs, but their stouts and porters are the industry
    benchmark imo.

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    Blue Moon.

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    if any of you beer guys see the Stone Enjoy By 7-04-13 Double IPA in nassau, suffolk, bergen, NYC, Westchester, Fairfield or New Haven counties, then please LMK. I had the 5-17-13 version and it was the bomb. would drive out of my way to get it.

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