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I agree because I was at a point where I was concerned I was becoming a blind homer being as every beer I tried I fell in love with. I was worried that I was more in love with the brand than the beer. Luckily Namaste and Pangea proved otherwise. I must say, their unconventional approach to beers is awesome. I'm glad you like the Ta Henket though, because that did nothing for me
Didn't they do one where they scienced an ancient beer bottle to find the ingredients and then made it? Was it that one?I like their 120 minute IPA.
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Has anyone tried Brooklyn Black Chocolate Ale yet? I have a four-pack in my fridge but I'm going out to a bar to masochistically watch the Cardinals reach the World Series.
Is it me or is Dutch beer really salty?
Grolsch and Heineken. Seemed salty
I just opened a "Beck's Oktoberfest", took a sip, and immediately poured it out. Tastes like ass. Brewed in St Louis as it turns out. Guess I'll have a Strongbow instead....
Uh. ... it's good. Maybe salty is the wrong word. But I've had a dozen or so Dutch/Norwegian/Swedish pilsners and light lagers. All seem to have this same salty-ish flavor
Now I need to buy a Grolsch flipper and try and identify the flavor you are referring to...
The 'Tennants Super' that one would see a lot of outside Highbury before an Arsenal match must have been well over 10%, but this is a whole different order of crazy.
Scottish brewer brings out 65% ABV beer: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2012/10/24/scottish-brewer-unveils-brewmeister-armageddon-world-strongest-proof-beer/
I've had in the 40s before, and at that point, it tastes more like a bad whiskey that a strong beer, I'm guessing 65, would just be a weak whiskey
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