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Old 01-19-2012, 05:32 PM
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Where you you guys get all this shit? Grocery?
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Old 01-19-2012, 05:56 PM
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Where you you guys get all this shit? Grocery?
That one came from Weggimans in VA...I thinik that is how you spell it...

8.3% Alcohol.

And it is tasting fockin good right about now!!! Sorry for swearing..
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If you are talking about the grocery store it is Wegmans, but I hear alot of good stuff about that place. Livivng here in PA it is pretty new to us that we can go to some grocery stores and buy beer/wine in a grocery store but we still have to go to a state store for liqour though. Here at our Wegmans you can make your own 6 packs pay per bottle and it is actually a decent price. I have been telling myself I am going to have to try it out sometime for the past 6 months though, eventually it may happen.
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:10 PM
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Thanks for the spelling. That's the place..I have my sister get me all kinds of shit when she comes back home to PA. She calls me from the beer Isle and reads me the dark beers they have and I choose....
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:14 PM
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Yeah I used to bring back North of the border shit all the time until the post 9-11 liquid laws took a shit on that.

I'll have to have a closer look at what the grocery here offers - as mentioned I;ve never been into stouts...Never looked for them.
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:17 PM
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It really pisses me off that I can get a case of Sam Adams in VA for 23.xx and In shit shit hole filled with snow and taxes it cost me about 40.00
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:49 PM
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For those of you that do not drink the darker, heavier stouts...the nice thing..You do not have to pound them like a Bud lite............The last sip is better than the first
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Old 01-19-2012, 07:22 PM
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Weyerbacher is quickly becoming one of my favorite brewery. Double Simcoe is GOOOOOOD.. 9% alcohol by volume of awesomeness.

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didn't know there was a brew thread...was posting my beer pics on a couple of photography threads, so here's some of the ones I've tried


I get mine from a store chain called Bevmo on the west coast in southern california...I also get some beer samplers from Costco

















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every year at Union Station in Los Angeles, CA, they have a beer week where any tavern or pub or bar that wants to participate offers certain beers for really cheap in preparation for the actual LA Beer Week festival at Union Station.

Basically 70+ different craft breweries all around california come down to let you sample their beers. Last year I think they increased the size of the unlimited sampling cup to 6oz since the previous year was 4oz. Last year I got messed up a lot earlier since they had more vendors showcasing IPA's and I kept telling them to only fill it up halfway since there were 70 different vendors!! So after about 30 minutes, I had already tried about 20 IPAs and had to sit down for awhile!!
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every year at Union Station in Los Angeles, CA, they have a beer week where any tavern or pub or bar that wants to participate offers certain beers for really cheap in preparation for the actual LA Beer Week festival at Union Station.

Basically 70+ different craft breweries all around california come down to let you sample their beers. Last year I think they increased the size of the unlimited sampling cup to 6oz since the previous year was 4oz. Last year I got messed up a lot earlier since they had more vendors showcasing IPA's and I kept telling them to only fill it up halfway since there were 70 different vendors!! So after about 30 minutes, I had already tried about 20 IPAs and had to sit down for awhile!!
man, that sounds like a whole lot of fun! nothing beats walking around outdoors sampling beer/food on a nice day.
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Inversion, Old Rasputin, and some of the Samuel Smiths I have tried as well. All good.

The samplers from Costco are normally pretty decent and priced well. Up here in WA, they regularly have a Henry Weinhard's sampler and also the Kirkland brand as well...The Kirkland is a steal and has some pretty decent beer in it...IPA, Belgian White, Amber Ale, and Hef. (just cracked open a bottle of the IPA)
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