Virtual Happy Hour (Brews & Spirits, Pics & Reviews)

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In the larger cities in the U.S. you often can find stores with extensive stock of imports. We'll see--I'll dig around and see if I can find either of them.
 

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Lio Ripper Hazy IPA Behemoth Brewery 6.9%

Hoppy hazy IPA. Smells like fruit juice and looks like it. Big fan of these types of APAs. The IPA cousins not quite as good due to the slightly bitter taste in not a fan of.

This one not to bad and better than a few. I'll give it an 8/10 my favorite APAs get a 9.

One chili beer left. Lasted a week so far. Had a nice kick.
 

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Got two more cans of that intense gold beer 8.6. stand by my 9/10 rating best macro beer I think I have found.
Three Hills Russian beer and that Lithuanian one are my next favorite macro beers and I would have to try them side by side to pick a winner.

Think it's this one.


7.3 the reviews match my experience. Malted and sweet I like it a lot.
 

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For those what enjoy a good peaty Scotch, I have to say, Lagavulin's Distiller's Edition blew me away. Their 16-year is basically my favorite whiskey, and this Distiller's Edition has temporarily replaced it. It ain't just good, it is that good.
 

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For those what enjoy a good peaty Scotch, I have to say, Lagavulin's Distiller's Edition blew me away. Their 16-year is basically my favorite whiskey, and this Distiller's Edition has temporarily replaced it. It ain't just good, it is that good.

I'm a heretic. Not a big fan of whiskey bbut Canadian club, ginger ale and lime juice works.
 


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For happy hour last Friday, I hadn't had a Highland Oatmeal Porter in a long time. Solid as always. 87=Very Good (3.87/5) on Beer Advocate might be slightly low.

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On Saturday, tried a new place for getting together with the crew from the FLGS that closed at the beginning of the year. On the downside, the beer garden didn't really have enough light to keep playing MtG once dusk hit. On the plus side, they had Warsetiner Dunkel on tap and cans of NoDa Brewing Co's Coco Loco porter.

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Catching up... Post campout brew the weekend before was disappointing. Edmund's Oast Cereal for Dinner - Blonde ale brewed with vanilla bean, toasted coconut, toasted almonds, and lactose. "When coming home from a long day’s work, nothing is as satisfying as a cup chock full of wholesome almonds, uplifting coconut, and soothing vanilla. Balanced with just the right amount of milk sugar, Cereal for Dinner is the perfect answer to the question of what take out of your refrigerator." It didn't really have much of a taste of any of those. 86=Very Good (3.77/4) on Beer Advocate feels a bit high.

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I'm a heretic. Not a big fan of whiskey bbut Canadian club, ginger ale and lime juice works.
Nothing wrong with that. Different folks like different things, and I call that good. I mean, how boring would the world be if we all had the same tastes?
 

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