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What 1,000,000 beers you Azzhattts drinking?
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#2451 Posted:
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_ale

https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/styles/79/

https://beerconnoisseur.com/articles/what-old-ale

$25 is is going to be the average going rate for the CBS from what I have seen the past couple of years.
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#2452 Posted:
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Thanks Burner, very informative...I apologize for not doing the search myself...I guess I got lazy and while posting the other part of my post tossed in my "Old Ale" question while I was asking...again, thanks for the effort...and infoBeer
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#2453 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Thanks Burner, very informative...I apologize for not doing the search myself...I guess I got lazy and while posting the other part of my post tossed in my "Old Ale" question while I was asking...again, thanks for the effort...and infoBeer


Dan is always willing to put in the extra effort. Like going to Florida to mail a package from Alabama full of booze from a store in Mississippi......d'oh!
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#2454 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Dan is always willing to put in the extra effort. Like going to Florida to mail a package from Alabama full of booze from a store in Mississippi......d'oh!



Shame on you
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#2455 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Dan is always willing to put in the extra effort. Like going to Florida to mail a package from Alabama full of booze from a store in Mississippi......d'oh!



Florida, Alabma, Mississippi........that's a lot of driving. Maybe he owns a plane!
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shaun341 wrote:
Florida, Alabma, Mississippi........that's a lot of driving. Maybe he owns a plane!


Not familiar with the region?
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#2457 Posted:
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3424 - Founders DKML
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#2458 Posted:
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3425-Founders Curmudgeon Better Half

First one...very tasty, but sweeter than a lot beers I usually drink...kinda grows on ya though
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#2459 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
3425-Founders Curmudgeon Better Half

First one...very tasty, but sweeter than a lot beers I usually drink...kinda grows on ya though


The Curmudgeon ages well and I would expect the Better Half to do the same. Put a few back and try later on.
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3426. Sixpoint BA 4Beans Porter
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3427 - TenFidy Barrel Aged
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#2462 Posted:
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3428. Lagunitas Willetized Coffee Stout. Yum
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3429. Kettle House Cold Smoke Scotch Ale
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3430 - Founders Better Half

Mahalo to Brother Dan.
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3431 - EvilTwin Even More Jesus
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#2466 Posted:
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3432-3433 - Founders Breakfast Stout

I woke up at 12:30, got a haircut, and showered... these 2 beers poured into an ice cold mug will, indeed, be breakfast.
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3434 - Parish Reve Coffee Stout
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#2468 Posted:
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3435~ split a Founders Solid Gold Premium Lager (low abv...low ibu) very easy
and
3436~ split a Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro
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3437-3438 - Founders Breakfast Stout

Only now it's dessert... cuz I had some spaghetti.
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3439 - Monday Night Bourbon Barrel Aged Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale, 8.8%
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#2471 Posted:
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3440 - Bourbon County Backwoods Edition Blueberry Stout 2017 - was not sure this would be good, but it was delish!
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3441 & 3442 ~ Fremont Head full of Dynamite v.7 hazy IPA it’s delicious
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3443. 2013 The Abyss. For my angel of a wife, Angela 's birthday! Beer
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3444~ Walkabout Workers ale
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3445~ Firestone Nitro Merlin
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3446 - Death by Coconut
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#2477 Posted:
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3447 - 2018 BCS - dark chocolate bomb should age nicely
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#2478 Posted:
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3448 - Oyster City Hooter Brown Ale, (growler)
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3449 - 2017 High West Victory At Sea
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#2480 Posted:
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3450- New Glarus Spotted Cow

3451- Surly Hell

3452- Saugatuck Barrel Aged Neapolitan Milk Stout (damn good!). Aged 9 months in a combination of woodford reserve and heaven hill barrels.
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3453- Epic Brewing Co Big Bad Baptist
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3454 - Prairie Bomb
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3455 - Ballast Point Victory At Sea PB IP
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#2484 Posted:
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3456- Prairie Paradise thanks to either Kipp or DED, I lost track but am pretty sure on of you gifted me this!
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Question for you guys that ship bottles....any tricks to making sure they get there unbroken....do you use foam peanuts or wrap the bottles? do you use the airpack bags like c-bid uses....shipping a couple of bottles and want to minimize the odds of breakage....TIA
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#2486 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Question for you guys that ship bottles....any tricks to making sure they get there unbroken....do you use foam peanuts or wrap the bottles? do you use the airpack bags like c-bid uses....shipping a couple of bottles and want to minimize the odds of breakage....TIA



I just wrap it heavily in bubble wrap. I also try to put some bubble wrap on the bottom of the box and stuff newspaper around each bottle so they don't move around inside the box. I was putting something in the box to that made noise (like pennies in a plastic cup) so when they moved the box it would distract from the swooshing as well.
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3457 - BC Vanilla Stout.

A little boozy at 14.9%. Hopefully a little age will take some of the edge off.
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#2488 Posted:
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3458...Southern Tier Old Man Winter Winter Ale
7.5 abv
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RMAN4443 wrote:
Question for you guys that ship bottles....any tricks to making sure they get there unbroken....do you use foam peanuts or wrap the bottles? do you use the airpack bags like c-bid uses....shipping a couple of bottles and want to minimize the odds of breakage....TIA


I put the bottle in a Ziploc then bubble wrap it then use a bunch of pallet/shrink/plastic wrap to seal it up in case the bottle breaks in transit. Also line the shipping box with bubble wrap.
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#2490 Posted:
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Thanks for the info guys...I just need to get some supplies from the shipping Dept at work, and I should be all set....Beer
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#2491 Posted:
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too bad cans aren't always available...less weight too.
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#2492 Posted:
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3459 - DFH Oak-Aged Siracusa Nera
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#2493 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
3457 - BC Vanilla Stout.

A little boozy at 14.9%. Hopefully a little age will take some of the edge off.


Is that the 2018? Have yet to try mine.
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#2494 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Is that the 2018? Have yet to try mine.


You are correct, it is the 2018.
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#2495 Posted:
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3460 - Reve Coffee Stout
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#2496 Posted:
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3461 - Guiness stout aged in Bulleit Bourbon barrels - brewed in Baltimore
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#2497 Posted:
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3462 - Bell's 2017 Black Note Stout

Probably not going to look for any 2018 Black Note Stout, just not a fan.
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3463 - Curmudgeon Better Half
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3464 - Troegs Mad Elf
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3465 - 2017 High West Victory At Sea

3466 - BLVD Dark Truth
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