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The sun’s over the yardarm, so it’s time for this, Maine Beer’s Another One IPA. Austere, lots of biting hops, restrained malt, a model of the hoppy end of the spectrum, and I like it. Some won’t, I know. 
Also, we’re selling the house — this is a reward for all the painting, cleaning, and polishing that happened before the open house today. (Remind me never to sell another house.)
 
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Actually that's one of my favorite beers from MBCO. And my wife's absolute favorite. Good luck with the move.

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52 minutes ago, Infinite Dreams said:

Actually that's one of my favorite beers from MBCO. And my wife's absolute favorite. Good luck with the move.

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Thanks. Selling comes first. We’re just moving to a familiar place, the old lake place, with a new house. (It has a roof, finally.)

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3 hours ago, dblskifanatic said:

When Corona or any other american beer cost 18.99 per six pack in Turks and Caicos then local brews do the trick. This one was pretty darn good.20181102_222200.jpg

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By American beer, I assume you mean Budweiser, Keystone, Miller, in which case, if it's not cheap, what's the point. But I did see Budweiser priced as a premium beer in the Netherlands. 

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We didn’t have time to diverge up to Alchemist, so we stopped at the CBC in Waterbury. 

This austere little Farnum SIPA is dry and grapefruity (Vic Secret, Citra, & Galaxy), a clean and refreshing ale. 

 

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22 hours ago, kdaffy said:

This just seems appropriateIMG_20181122_154328.jpg

What did you think of this one?

I had it on tap the other day, and I sent it back, I couldn't drink it.

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What did you think of this one?
I had it on tap the other day, and I sent it back, I couldn't drink it.
I wouldn't say it was that bad, a mediocre option Imho. Started off much better than it finished.

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Celebrating the first day of instructor training, this very nice IIPA from Foley — lots of fruit and flowers in the mid-palate. Some prefer it to Alchemist IPAs, but I’m a big fan of the sinsemilla hoppiness of those beers. 

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Just transferred and started my 7 day dry hop on my IPA called Dead Wrong. Extremely hoppy NE style but without the haze which I just don't get as a homebrewer.

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1 minute ago, mtsnow1 said:

Just transferred and started my 7 day dry hop on my IPA called Dead Wrong. Extremely hoppy NE style but without the haze which I just don't get as a homebrewer.

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am going to do this!

(After we move.)

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