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Old 02-13-2007, 10:26 PM
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I was there too in the college daze. We would tailgate with Cobra, OE 800, Hurricane, Mickey's Ice...paid my dues
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Old 02-13-2007, 10:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Mockenrue
Unibroue case: La Fin Du Monde and especially Trois Pistoles

I've been stocking Unibroue's recently as well. Incredible beer

Fin Du Monde, Maudite, and my fav as well, Trois Pistoles.
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Old 02-13-2007, 10:39 PM
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I've heard good things about La Fin Du Monde - never had a chance to try it though
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I've heard good things about La Fin Du Monde - never had a chance to try it though

If you like Belgian style beer, and aren't afraid of something strong (they are 9% alcohol) you'll love it.
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Old 02-13-2007, 10:48 PM
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Deschutes Cinder Cone Red
Deschutes Inversion IPA

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As much as I dislike some of the people here, we DO have good beer.
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Old 02-13-2007, 11:45 PM
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'Tis the season for the premier annual limited edition brew:






Available Feb-early April. Get your's now.
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Old 02-14-2007, 01:00 AM
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my favorite bitch beer...

Smirnoff Twisted V Wild Grape (3) ................and counting.
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Old 02-14-2007, 01:08 AM
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My young daze I drank 1/2 part cooler and 1/2 part 1800 Cuervo, SoCo , Absolute Vodka with any OJ or Sprite or some kind of off name variance., GoldShlaggers (sp?), any kind of Pucker, and Bacardi Rum.

Favorite drink is a long island in the "Bucket" at the RAM. I die for those. lol.
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have some Modelo Especial and Dos Equis in the fridge. Love the Mexican beer.
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Originally Posted by wstevens
Available Feb-early April. Get your's now.
Good time of year for barely wines. Also try Victory "Old Horizontal", Weyerbacher "Blithering Idiot" (which you can get all year 'round), or the old stand-by Young's Old Nick.
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Originally Posted by fdl
I've been stocking Unibroue's recently as well. Incredible beer
As good as many Belgian abbey ales, but cheaper. I often get the sampler, which is usually priced at about $40. Not bad for that quality and alcohol content.
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The Fullers Vintage Ale is the best ale I've ever had. Rogue Imperial was something I should of had with a strong meal to offset the flavor. The IPA and Hefeweiss were for the women.

Wow, I just had a Fullers Vintage Ale a few weeks ago to celebrate Colts over Pats. What a great ale. A little too sweet for my taste but very well made. And cheap too. I think it was five or six bucks. That's for one bottle. Fanciest packaging I've ever seen for a beer. Came in its own box with a limited edition number and everything.
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Originally Posted by Mockenrue
As good as many Belgian abbey ales, but cheaper. I often get the sampler, which is usually priced at about $40. Not bad for that quality and alcohol content.

Yes, as good, if not better in some cases

Luckily we can get them quite cheap here too as well. The sampler is about $20USD.
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Originally Posted by Montag
Wow, I just had a Fullers Vintage Ale a few weeks ago to celebrate Colts over Pats. What a great ale. A little too sweet for my taste but very well made. And cheap too. I think it was five or six bucks. That's for one bottle. Fanciest packaging I've ever seen for a beer. Came in its own box with a limited edition number and everything.
Yeah I think it was 7.50 here. When I poored it out I was thinking 'Bass' but the flavor was much more complex. The package insert said something about the beer becoming better with time like an aged wine. I don't know if I have the self control to keep a few around that long
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McClays and Molson Canadian Here, doubt you guys have heard of McClays its a scottish beer they just started making here, it's cheap and friggin delicious!
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Originally Posted by Ken1997TL


As much as I dislike some of the people here, we DO have good beer.

My favorite part about Oregon. Even Safeway has a great beer selection - and stocks a lot of the NW beers that you can't normally find (at least back in CA)
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Originally Posted by wstevens


Available Feb-early April. Get your's now.
Just a few hops crammed in that bottle. That's one damn good beer. I've had the 2005 and 2006 and the former tasted better, imho. It looks like I'm going to my favorite beer bar & checking their stock.
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a 12 pack of moosehead,a case of yeungling, a case of heinie, and two 5 liter mini-kegs of coors light.
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Mad Anthony IPA, and Porter. Gonna go pick up some Pale and Lager today!
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my favorite bitch beer...

Smirnoff Twisted V Wild Grape (3) ................and counting.
get out of here with that weak shit.
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Originally Posted by wstevens
'Tis the season for the premier annual limited edition brew:






Available Feb-early April. Get your's now.
awesome. I love that stuff. and it's 9.6%. I get looped off a few of those.

if it's available now i'll be drinking some tonight. oh yes. I will.

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becks right now

i could use some IPA love though
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A six pack of michelob ultra...and some woodchuck cider
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Originally Posted by mattg
get out of here with that weak shit.
I said bitch beer...not REAL beer @ you.

Heinie, Corona, Apricot Hef Ale...any kind of Hef, Icehouse, Miller, Bud and Bud light. All of those are my favorite beer. But I'll drink anything as long as it's not too dark. Guiness = :vomit:

You're . lol
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Noda, got some Crown Royale, and some Absolute, oh in the fridge, Quervo Lemonade and Cherry Bombs, Merrishinos soaked in 180 Proof Everclear. (this batch is three-year soak.)
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Noda, got some Crown Royale, and some Absolute, oh in the fridge, Quervo Lemonade and Cherry Bombs, Merrishinos soaked in 180 Proof Everclear. (this batch is three-year soak.)
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I bet you barely remember the Challenger.
just ing you.
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Still do.
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I bet you barely remember the Challenger.
just ing you.
look at my age

That's a good laugh though.
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Ya... I can't wait to pop the cork on this beer.
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