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Poll Question: Which of the following beers is your favourite?
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Old Engine Oil is awesome
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Rather tasty.
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me and my brother went to the liquor store in jasper and bought a bunch of beer.
So, from left to right, we have:

My brothers bottles
Stella Artois (750ml 5.0%)
Rouge Brutal IPA (650ml 6.2%)
Innis & Gunn (750ml 6.6%)
Wells Banana Bread Beer (500ml 5.2%)
Innis & Gunn Highland Cask (330ml 7.1%)

My Bottles
BrewDog Tokyo (330ml 18.2%)
Harvistoun Old Engine Oil (330 6%)
Fernie Brewing Co. Sap Sucker (650 5.5%)
Phillips Longboat  Chocolate Porter (650ml 5.2%)
Ommegang Three Philosophers (750ml 9.8%)

Ill probably write a review on the tokyo and the three philosophers, they were both $14 bottles, and I'm really excited for both of them.


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dat brewdog :O


also, Innis & Gunn and Old Engine Oil are both ridiculously swag
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Originally posted by Triceratopsoil Triceratopsoil wrote:

dat brewdog :O


also, Innis & Gunn and Old Engine Oil are both ridiculously swag

they also had tactical nuclear penguin i wanted it but the guy said it was expensive, so i stuck with the tokyo. 


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Ahhh, do yourselves a favor and find a bottle of this beauty. Beer 
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i guess i should talk about some of my recent beers, 
the first is a Péché Mortel, definatly up there for one of the best beers ive had
it has a HUGE palate, and is really viscous, super tasty.
Next is a  Mikkeller 黑 / Black (Cognac Edition), Top 3 best beers for sure, just amazing. buy it if you have the chance! It has the tastiest head of any beer I've ever had. 
last but not least is the rouge double chocolate stout, another top 3 beer for sure, if you like chocolate (or beer for that matter) you should really try this. 


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Haven't had a Rogue beer yet that I didn't like

and the Péché is incredible, yes
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Christian, have you tried Big Rock's Black Amber Ale yet?  very nice
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SO, today at the Co-Op liquor store I bought:

St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout (1 case)
Anchor Porter (1 case)
Delirium Nocturnum <3 (handful of bottles)
Harviestoun Ola Dubh 12 year <3333333 (as above)


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i bought a case of DDC peche mortel
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Originally posted by Triceratopsoil Triceratopsoil wrote:

Christian, have you tried Big Rock's Black Amber Ale yet?  very nice
ive never seen that before, or maybe i did.
i havent tried it no, ill keep my eye open.


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Originally posted by SKwid SKwid wrote:

Originally posted by Triceratopsoil Triceratopsoil wrote:

Christian, have you tried Big Rock's Black Amber Ale yet?  very nice
ive never seen that before, or maybe i did.
i havent tried it no, ill keep my eye open.
 
i just bought a case, so ill try it tonight.


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so this thread hasnt been updated in a while, 
here is some beer. 
first up, ancor porter, A nice classic, and fairly cheap to boot

Next, Panneport Grand Reserva. possibly one of the tastiest beers ive ever tasted. 


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Them beers

edit: nice 'stache


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I like a nice craft ale made in small micro-breweries. I don't have a fave but like IPA's during the summer and something with a bit more body and flavour during the dark & miserable Scottish winters. Enjoy trying new bottle ales whenever I find them. Beer
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Originally posted by SKwid SKwid wrote:


Stella Artois (750ml 5.0%)
Rouge Brutal IPA (650ml 6.2%)
Innis & Gunn (750ml 6.6%)
Wells Banana Bread Beer (500ml 5.2%)
Innis & Gunn Highland Cask (330ml 7.1%)

My Bottles
BrewDog Tokyo (330ml 18.2%)
Harvistoun Old Engine Oil (330 6%)
Fernie Brewing Co. Sap Sucker (650 5.5%)
Phillips Longboat  Chocolate Porter (650ml 5.2%)
Ommegang Three Philosophers (750ml 9.8%)

Ill probably write a review on the tokyo and the three philosophers, they were both $14 bottles, and I'm really excited for both of them.

Never had the Highland Cask but the regular Innis & Gunn is a nice brew. How was the Three Philosophers?
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Originally posted by Daysbetween Daysbetween wrote:

Originally posted by SKwid SKwid wrote:


Stella Artois (750ml 5.0%)
Rouge Brutal IPA (650ml 6.2%)
Innis & Gunn (750ml 6.6%)
Wells Banana Bread Beer (500ml 5.2%)
Innis & Gunn Highland Cask (330ml 7.1%)

My Bottles
BrewDog Tokyo (330ml 18.2%)
Harvistoun Old Engine Oil (330 6%)
Fernie Brewing Co. Sap Sucker (650 5.5%)
Phillips Longboat  Chocolate Porter (650ml 5.2%)
Ommegang Three Philosophers (750ml 9.8%)

Ill probably write a review on the tokyo and the three philosophers, they were both $14 bottles, and I'm really excited for both of them.

Never had the Highland Cask but the regular Innis & Gunn is a nice brew. How was the Three Philosophers?

I honestly cant remember. It was good, would probably be the best description. kinda like a belgan quatrupel. 


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All these pics have me fiending!!! Cry

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