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Thread: Ymm, Beer

  1. #38341
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #59 - Trappistes Rochefort 10 - Belgian Quad - 11.3 % - This may have been my favorite beer of all from OPK's legendary Belgian VP. We're recreating that reunion one day in Bruges
    Agreed and agreed. Another Belgian world classic Trappist ale.
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  2. #38342
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #60 - Dragon with Matches - Incendiary collab with Stella brew. Belgian Quad.

    This was one of the first ones Incendiary released when I still thought they were hit or miss. I got it to support local and Stella. When I tasted how good it was I went back and got several bottles to trade with everybody in nearby zip codes
    Beyond delicious. Devildeac family members concurred.
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  3. #38343
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    Pizza pi?

    you love a good deal
    Ha! Genoa salami sammich with provolone and spicy brown mustard on 15 grain bread with some chips and a pint of water. Yea, I know, TMI about what I ate.

    We *could* use a Ymm, Sammiches thread...
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  4. #38344
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    From last PM, a beer I mentioned during some Valentine's Day posting:

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  5. #38345
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    From last PM, a beer I mentioned during some Valentine's Day posting:

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    Bitter Valentine-Alewerks Brewing Company

    Some might claim local.

    Credit-a trader from RJ199 last month; thanks!
    Style-DIPA
    Format-an aluminum tree wasting can
    Glass-large wine glass
    Appearance-hazy, tannish orange bronzish; moderate foaminess
    Nose-grapefruit and pine
    Mouthfeel-pithy and rindy
    Tastes-pine, resin grapefruit juice and rind; hint of caramel
    IBU-65 (I'd have guessed 80 or more)
    ABV-8.3%
    Hops-Pacific Northwest; not surprising
    Overall impression-if you like a throwback west coast style DIPA, this'll be in your lane
    Ymm, Beer rating-I didn't that much ^^^^ and give it a #2; not bad but wouldn't revisit; I've had better beers from Alewerks
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  6. #38346
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #61 - Shade of Lies - Incendiary - 11.6 % - Double Imperial stout with coffee, maple, and coconut so perfectly balanced.

    About this time I knew that Incendiary had taken it up several levels.
    Family of devildeac agrees.
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  7. #38347
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #62 - Imperial Porter with Caramel and Smoked Sea Salt - yep, Incendiary
    I didn't receive one of these.
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  8. #38348
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #63 - Rio Reserva - De Struise - This Belgian Quad deserves to make the list. Oak BBA with some vanilla. So beutifully complex and flavorful.
    I'd have never thought of/remembered this one but your reminder is on target.
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  9. #38349
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #64 - Apple Brandy Mega GBS - Double Imperial Milk Stout - 13.5 % - honey, ginger, vanilla, cinnamon, 13 months in Laird's apple brandy barrels. Apple forward to GBS. This was one of my favorites, but there were many. I'll always buy the GBS complete set from now on.
    I've had quite a number of GBS variants and *think* I recall this as being excellent, however, it could still be in my 2020 GBS Complete Set that remains unpoured except for the 6 duplicate pint cans I gifted to family at Christmas.
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  10. #38350
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #65 - Manifestations of Majestic Memoir - Burial IPA - 5.8 % - DDH with Citra and Azacca with some Sabro

    Amusedcupcake's husband and I thoroughly enjoyed a 4 pack of this fresh soon after he moved to the 336. Good to know he can still drink plenty of Asheville's finest in the 336.
    Burial is another brewery with soooooo many great beers that rarely repeat. This one does not ring a bell.
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  11. #38351
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #66 - Bourbon Cru - Hardywood - 12 % - BBA Quad - Complex and harmoniously blended. Great value and readily available in Virginia and sometimes bottleshops in the 336
    I am not accfan but I fully endorse this post.
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  12. #38352
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #67 - Dark Lord 2017 - Russian Imperial Stout - 15 %

    I'm so thankful to fuse for parting with a bottle of this unicorn. Worth every penny to try. Incredible complexity. Thick motor oil feel yet smoothly drinkable. Shared with amusedcupcake's husband on a great, celebratory evening
    Still waiting for the *right* time to share this one as I will NOT drink it by myself, even if I divided it over 2-3 nights.
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  13. #38353
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    #68 - Trickery - Hardywood - 13.5 % - Double Imperial Milk Stout aged in Laird's apple brandy barrels.

    Such a great representation of what Hardywood can do - full mouthfeel. Chocolate covered cherries, warm caramel, molasses, and luscious goodness from start to finish.
    We have indeed seen some Trickery here before.
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  14. #38354
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    # 69 - The Motive - The Veil - This was like a Veil fruit bomb and Veil DIPA all in one. 8 % - Citra, El Dorado, Pineapple, mango, peach, and Vanilla. Like a pineapple, dreamsicle IPA. This remains one of the few IPA's beergoddess has ever liked and wanted to drink the whole thing. Amusedcupcake's husband and I loved it too.
    Pretty sure another 2 thumbs up from me.
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  15. #38355
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    Quote Originally Posted by accfanfrom1970 View Post
    This fall - Rum Barrel Pumpkin - you had one from Hardywood?
    Oooh, I have and it was excellent. Not sure if our son has poured his yet.
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  16. #38356
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    # 70 - Barrel-Aged Imperial Satan's Pony - Imperial Double Red Ale - 9 % - South Street Brewery

    Satan's Pony was my favorite beer while living in Charlottesville for a 2 year fellowship. So smooth, and this version is twice as good as the original. That delivery from Nrrrrvous didn't last long in the fridge
    A new variant to an older beer and a great upgrade.
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  17. #38357
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    Quote Originally Posted by accfanfrom1970 View Post
    No worries, I hope to get more of everything. As much I complain about work and night shift, we got a nice bonus this year, and then a $1200 thanks for working thru Covid check on top of that.
    Guess you won't that 2nd job you mentioned after your latest Family Tree selections and extras...

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  18. #38358
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardjackson199 View Post
    No remind me. Looks pretty incredible in the glass. That head looks like amusedcupcake's husband's home brew before it went boom
    Zero to Kimono from Casita. Full review submitted shortly after photo teaser posted. Thanks again!!
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  19. #38359
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    Quote Originally Posted by accfanfrom1970 View Post
    This year’s should be coming out in a couple months.
    Have they ever barrel-aged that one? I know they chardonnay barrel-aged their Peach Tripel and called it Cuvee Peach.
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  20. #38360
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    On the road again. Thirst will reappear about 8 PM.
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