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Shipyard's pumpkin ale is a good choice.
This post was edited by jjaj006 19 months ago
I've been meaning to try it but haven't found it yet. Schlaflys Pumpkin Ale is also very good
I don't always drink beer..... But when I do, I prefer Third Stone Brown, Samuel Smith's oatmeal stout, and Coors Light.
I'm multiple.... Just like Beck's offense.
This post was edited by HuskerB 19 months ago
I looked at that yesterday and had a Russian Imperial Stout instead.
...It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.
W. C. Fields
I am not a big fan of pumpkin flavored beers at all... or any flavored beer for that matter... I have never tried an Oatmael Stout tho... May have to try this just for sh*ts...
Oatmeal Stouts are very tasty the Sam Adams mentioned above is a good one.
Went to that brewery up in Fort Bragg, Calif., a few years ago. Was shocked to see that you couldn't get anything at the brewery that you couldn't get in a store here in Lincoln.
Not much better than Brother Thelonius on tap, though.
I don't drink. Can I still post here?
Oath Before Orders
Sure, but not with any kind of authority.
Well, finally got to the 4 pack i bought earlier in the week.
An imperial Black IPA, something i'm kind of new too. 'Dubhe' made by Uinta Brewing in Utah. Good stuff. Perfect beer for the winter because of the that roasted malt flavor it has.
Once again though, a very strong beer, had a IBU of 109 so won't be for everyone. IBU measures bitterness. Something i have come to love but obviously i think it is an acquired taste. This beer would go into the category i like to call the pallet wrecker, along with hoptimum, which has been mentioned a recently.
This post was edited by beardown2489 19 months ago
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The 27th street Hy-Vee in Lincoln was having a sale on Empyrean ales today if anyone else is a fan of those. $6.50 for a 6 pack, about $1.50 off the normal price. I picked up two of my favorites: Third Stone Brown and Burning Skye. If you're a fan of Lazlo's beer, now might be a good time to pick some up.
That's a good price. They've got a new IPA that they're making at the Lazlos in the Haymarket that I've enjoyed a few times recently.
Sorry, Kyle...just picked this up. Yes, Rasputin. I love his historical imperative. Had to try the stout. Little head, very smooth, subtle hints of dark bitter chocolate, vanilla and maybe an oak char.
No kidding, I've been wearing out my F5 key waiting for answer.
I was tempted to get that one, but the last 6 pack I bought was an IPA (I can't remember what exactly but it was bad) and I usually try not to buy the same thing twice in a row.
I'll definitely get a mug of it next time I go to Lazlo's.
Sorry boys, things came up and I was not able to proceed with my said plan. Hopefully soon. Bears play tonight, but work in the early morning...dilemna to say the least
MMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Beer... ... who else is drinking one right now?
Waiting for the wife to get home with new stock.
Nice. she knows how to treat a man!
Trading in the hops tonight in favor of an 18 year old double cask Canadian whiskey.
5 minutes to gametime. On the ticket today is modus, hop sutra, and 90 schilling. Go big beer!
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