I've heard about that but I haven't been able to find it in my local store. I might have to drive a little longer to find some of that.
specs man, thats the only place i know carries it.
just had a 6 of this...
nice, smooth and the best strawberry tasting beer i've had yet!
the sorry thing is that its a seasonal.
oh man, I had a Abita Amber not too long ago... was definitely different, but good
I have a buddy of mine thats been making his own beer lately. Finally got to try some last week and maaaaan, hes gotten really good had this one real dark one that apparently was finished off with adding a 750mL bottle of Jameson. yum.
out of Austin.
not an overly strong-tasting IPA w/ a citrus aftertaste.
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definitely hooked on this, im mosdef trying to get me a case before its gone til next year!
could not get that strawberry abita so i got me a 4 pack of wells bannana bread bear, tastes just like its named!
had these over the weekend:
Baltikab #4 Dark Lager (Russian)
pretty damn good and only for $2.09/16.9oz bottle
Clown Shoes - Eagle Claw Fist (Imperial Amber Ale)
Samuel Adams - Dark Depths (Baltic IPA)
Brideport Big Brews - Hop Harvest (Imperial Ale)
I see why they say the Belgians make the best beer in the world after trying this delicious brew! It's a Belgian Strong Dark Ale in a funny looking bottle with an amazing taste.
It's pricey($12.99 for a 750ml bottle), but definitely something I'm going to treat myself to every once in a while.
Speaking of Belgian beers, New Belgium Brewery in Colorado makes a beer called Abbey Belgian Style Ale that is considered by many to be on par with the Dubbels brewed in Belgium. It's one of my all time favorites.
was never really into shiner meself, hows it taste?
Yeah as a commercial beer now, they've got all kinds of different types from light to dark. This one's more citrus-like... umm not really good at describing it heh.
dayum! i was going for some dogfish which i have not purchased in quite a while and that shit is like $9 for a 4 pack, so i was like "fuck that"!
got me a 6 of this instead, never had it and its pretty smooth. reminds me of some IPA's i've had in the past. any one else had this?
Possibly the best brown ale i've had in a while. the taste of pecan comes on in the after consumption taste.
haven't drank any beer in the past three months but last time it was
and it was good.
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