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What does C&V drink? Adult beverage wise now?

Old 07-23-21, 06:59 PM
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This tastes like there is something…. missing
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Old 10-27-21, 07:55 PM
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I’ve been curious about that @Rocket-Sauce, but not enough to give it a go…

This one’s a throwback and I don’t go for the strong ones anymore, but I had to grab it when I saw it here. It’s not what I remember it being, but there it is.

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10 year old Boneshaker Zinfandel.
Big and bold from California’s Central Valley.

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Pick up a couple of four packs today.

Valued Rug – American Stout 6.8%
Jet black, with roasted malt flavors that resemble slight coffee and bittersweet chocolate.

Cenote – New England IPA 7%
Pronounced say·no·tei, this hazy IPA is double dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic hops providing huge flavors of tropical fruit, berries, and citrus, with a juicy round finish.



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Old 11-14-21, 05:27 AM
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always southern california craft beers but still on the red bordeaux kick since summer. an absolute ton of great bordeaux in the pipeline since the vintages from/including 2014-2019 are all generally solid/spectacular. This one’s gotten hold of the palate 5-6x in the last month:


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Old 11-14-21, 08:51 AM
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eom - the Cenote looks interesting - I'll have to check at Binny's
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Old 11-14-21, 10:25 AM
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I enjoy trying the many craft brews that are out there, but my go to drink is PABST BLUE RIBBON!
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Next flight leaving... this afternoon?
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Dalmore 12 year
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Old 11-19-21, 02:20 AM
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bordeaux nite yet again…


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Budweiser Chelada Picante in the tall can.
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Old 11-23-21, 01:25 AM
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guilty as charged. west coast styled ipa x 2.
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Old 11-29-21, 11:02 AM
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Saw this can at a small town supermarket and curiosity got the better of me. Turned out to be a chocolate and orange flavored liqueur. Not bad.

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Good stuff here, especially enjoying the Christmas Ale. I recommend both.


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Originally Posted by roadsnakes View Post
PABST BLUE RIBBON!
What, no Frank Booth video clip??? [smfh]
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Pabst blue ribbon

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What, no Frank Booth video clip??? [smfh]
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Yes I`m well aware of the Frank Booth "Blue Velvet" quote.

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Old 12-03-21, 06:39 PM
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Excellent choice!

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Old 12-04-21, 09:45 AM
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Excellent choice!
Good stuff coming out of Michigan. Never even heard of it before, but sure am glad I tried it.
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Old 12-04-21, 09:55 AM
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Bell's Brewery is about 20 minutes from my door. Great beer. My avatar is their Oberon label.
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Originally Posted by Sir_Name View Post
I’ve been curious about that @Rocket-Sauce, but not enough to give it a go…

This one’s a throwback and I don’t go for the strong ones anymore, but I had to grab it when I saw it here. It’s not what I remember it being, but there it is.
Well you're not following the directions, if you're drinkin it from a glass!!
I do wonder if it's changed, but I have been drinking it consistently for the past decade so I have no idea. I've been meaning to do an experiment in my lab on it, to see what the actual alcohol content is. It sure feels like more than 8 percent or whatever they say it is.

I've been drinking the 'heavy flopper', as it is called in my family, since the insurance company screwed over the alchemist back in 2011. I was living in Middlebury at the time. I'm told that after Hurricane Irene demolished the place, the insurer declared their flood insurance policy retroactively void on a technicality that the brewery was 2 inches below grade, so it was "technically a basement." They only had the resources to do one beer after that, so they had to bet the farm on it, and they picked a winner! To me, it is a symbol of Vermont solidarity and a great example of acquiring a taste. Nobody I knew liked double IPA at that time, but we supported the alchemist, and then we acquired the taste and now drink nothing but double IPA.
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Tonight I'm drinking a Banjo Cat Double IPA from Gilman Brewery (a local Berkeley brewery just down the street from me). Good stuff.

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plenty of beers logged in the foo beer thread lately but turned to bordeaux yet again tonite…


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None of this new fangled craft beer for me, I've been drinking old socks for coming up on 50 years:

Youngs Ordinary: https://www.youngs.co.uk/london-original
Fullers London Pride: https://www.fullers.co.uk/explore-ou...s/london-pride

The Youngs Ram Brewery was shut in 2006 (started 1581), here's the final guided tour:
They used to deliver locally using horse and dray (hence the farrier in the video).




But apparently it refused to die: https://londonist.com/2015/02/inside-the-ram-brewery
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