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  1. #20381
    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    Yes, mad props to fuse for this idea. I tried to spork, but got the expected auto-response.

    I'll be in Utah on August 10th, and not terribly sure about what the gose selection will look like in Heber City. But don't hold off on my account.
    Try Proper City Brewing...their Lake Effect is gose-style.

    http://www.properbrewingco.com/our-beers/

    Epic Brewing is another big brewery in SLC in addition to the two DevilDeac already mentioned (Wasatch and Uinta)

    https://www.epicbrewing.com/

  2. #20382
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Raleigh
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Try Proper City Brewing...their Lake Effect is gose-style.

    http://www.properbrewingco.com/our-beers/

    Epic Brewing is another big brewery in SLC in addition to the two DevilDeac already mentioned (Wasatch and Uinta)

    https://www.epicbrewing.com/
    I'm thoroughly embarrassed I missed Epic.

    You gonna join us on Ymm, Beer for Gose Day on Saturday, August 10? You are heartily invited.
    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

  3. #20383
    Secured a few options for the gose tasting.
    Will be good fun!

  4. #20384
    Fullsteam Monday 7/22

    A group of coworkers have been frequenting Fullsteam every other Monday.

    The kitchen menu, while limited, is fantastic.

    Today was the first time this summer there were not at least five brewery exclusives and 15-20 beers on tap. Been a thirsty July in Durham.

    As expected, the Beasley’s Honey White and Summer Basil are outstanding.
    I did not find the ITA (India Tea Ale) as enjoyable as I had in the past.

    That may also be because of the other beers in my flight... (to be continued)

  5. #20385
    Fullsteam Rabbit Eye Rye Pale Ale

    An IPA with blueberries and rye?
    Preposterous enough to try (in a flight, anyway).

    I don’t generally like blueberry beer, or rye in beer.
    The combination is delightful.

    I did see 16oz cans in the Fullsteam cooler which likely means if you have Fullsteam in your beer store, you can find Rabbit Eye Rye.

    Certainly worth a 16oz can if not a four pack.

  6. #20386
    Fullsteam Brett Lager

    This beer was a treasure.
    Predominantly tart, not funky or sour.
    If one were able to cut the tartness of a sweet tart in half and add it to a lager, that’s probably the best description I can offer.

    I did not see this in cans. You could get Fullsteam to crowler it for you, which means you still need to hit the brewery.

    Highly, highly enjoyable.

  7. #20387
    Fullsteam Catapult
    Pale Ale brewed with foraged honeysuckle
    A “retro Fullsteam Birdsong collaboration”

    This evening’s encore had to wait.
    Scratched off on the draft list, I brought a four pack home.

    A deep honey gold in the glass.
    Smells like sweet biscuits and honey.

    I do wish they’d have had Catapult on draft.

    A truly silken beer that opens up honey sweet and flows into a dry, floral finish.

    5.3% ABV and an easy sipper made for rocking on the back porch in the heat.

    Lots of delicate flavour that might stand up to soft or mild cheeses, maybe not much else.

    Glad I have a few more cans in the fridge.

    Cheers! 🍻

  8. #20388
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Raleigh
    Quote Originally Posted by fuse View Post
    Fullsteam Rabbit Eye Rye Pale Ale

    An IPA with blueberries and rye?
    Preposterous enough to try (in a flight, anyway).

    I don’t generally like blueberry beer, or rye in beer.
    The combination is delightful.

    I did see 16oz cans in the Fullsteam cooler which likely means if you have Fullsteam in your beer store, you can find Rabbit Eye Rye.

    Certainly worth a 16oz can if not a four pack.
    Quote Originally Posted by fuse View Post
    Fullsteam Brett Lager

    This beer was a treasure.
    Predominantly tart, not funky or sour.
    If one were able to cut the tartness of a sweet tart in half and add it to a lager, that’s probably the best description I can offer.

    I did not see this in cans. You could get Fullsteam to crowler it for you, which means you still need to hit the brewery.

    Highly, highly enjoyable.
    Quote Originally Posted by fuse View Post
    Fullsteam Catapult
    Pale Ale brewed with foraged honeysuckle
    A “retro Fullsteam Birdsong collaboration”

    This evening’s encore had to wait.
    Scratched off on the draft list, I brought a four pack home.

    A deep honey gold in the glass.
    Smells like sweet biscuits and honey.

    I do wish they’d have had Catapult on draft.

    A truly silken beer that opens up honey sweet and flows into a dry, floral finish.

    5.3% ABV and an easy sipper made for rocking on the back porch in the heat.

    Lots of delicate flavour that might stand up to soft or mild cheeses, maybe not much else.

    Glad I have a few more cans in the fridge.

    Cheers! 🍻
    That's quite the afternoon .
    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

  9. #20389
    I’m really not too old for this joke.

    Apparently the Hanson brothers have a beer called Mmmhop! 🤣

    https://thefederalist.com/2017/01/20/yes-hanson-brothers-make-beer-called-mmmhop/

    Obligatory Mmmbop video is in the link so I did not include it again.

  10. #20390
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    Winston-Salem, NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Tripping William View Post
    Yes, mad props to fuse for this idea. I tried to spork, but got the expected auto-response.

    I'll be in Utah on August 10th, and not terribly sure about what the gose selection will look like in Heber City. But don't hold off on my account.
    Ugh I'm sorry to my fellow DMB loving, beer loving dash inhabitant.

    I changed it once and would be more than happy to change the date again. If Aug 17 works better for everybody, we could do that? Or if you prefer to try to play from Utah, your definition of gose can be stretched to whatever you can find. You did well in Hawaii, and Utah is gorgeous too. I'm flexible and just hope to be drinking beer every Saturday in August.

    Speaking of beer, tonight I'll check in:

    New Sun - The Veil - Saison - 5.6 % ABV

    As you might expect, this is a very good Saison. It has a big, soapy foamy head. The cool part of this beer is subtle, but easy-for-me to appreciate spices: clove, nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, all spice - all that stuff. But subtle. The flavors of this Belgian saison are lemon and dry finish. I'll have to admit that I just don't think Saisons are my favorite beer style. But I did like the lingering spice flavors above, and by the time I finished the can I could tell this is a more complex beer than I thought on the first taste. I'll rate it 3.75

  11. #20391
    No links provided as the material could be considered inflammatory, sensitive, and maybe not especially DBR appropriate.

    Angry Orchard, whose parent company is Boston Beer (Sam Adams), has been accused of having discriminatory security staff in NY.

    Geez, I wish we could all be better humans and treat each other with kindness.

  12. #20392
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Raleigh
    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    Ugh I'm sorry to my fellow DMB loving, beer loving dash inhabitant.

    I changed it once and would be more than happy to change the date again. If Aug 17 works better for everybody, we could do that? Or if you prefer to try to play from Utah, your definition of gose can be stretched to whatever you can find. You did well in Hawaii, and Utah is gorgeous too. I'm flexible and just hope to be drinking beer every Saturday in August.

    Speaking of beer, tonight I'll check in:

    New Sun - The Veil - Saison - 5.6 % ABV

    As you might expect, this is a very good Saison. It has a big, soapy foamy head. The cool part of this beer is subtle, but easy-for-me to appreciate spices: clove, nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, all spice - all that stuff. But subtle. The flavors of this Belgian saison are lemon and dry finish. I'll have to admit that I just don't think Saisons are my favorite beer style. But I did like the lingering spice flavors above, and by the time I finished the can I could tell this is a more complex beer than I thought on the first taste. I'll rate it 3.75
    Hmm, Veil oughtta consider aging that saison in some gin or chardonnay barrels...

    WRT Gose Day in August, Mrs. dd has corrected me (what else is new ?), providing a not-too-subtle reminder that we'll not be at the NC coast on August 8-10 but we'll be in Chicago instead. However, there are 2 stores very nearby our daughter's condo that have great beer selections and we'll be out Saturday AM, August 10, making a selection or three to share amongst the 3 of us and reporting to Ymm, Beer whenever RJ199 opens the doors to the pub that day. Heck, he can declare Gose Days on August 3, 10, 17 and 31 as far as I'm concerned with the 24th being my only work/weekend call Saturday in the month
    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

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