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^ Chuck, I really am curious, as to what your current all time favorite bottled beer is, nowadays?

I mean, you (and others) post so many different beers, I actually wonder if there is one above

all, you (or any of you, actually) go back to? For now?

 

Just curious of me, thanks.

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^ Chuck, I really am curious, as to what your current all time favorite bottled beer is, nowadays?

I mean, you (and others) post so many different beers, I actually wonder if there is one above

all, you (or any of you, actually) go back to? For now?

 

Just curious of me, thanks.

 

I always go back to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or Arrogant Bastard Ale. Sierra Nevada Celebration, their Christmas brew, is also excellent.

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^ Chuck, I really am curious, as to what your current all time favorite bottled beer is, nowadays?

I mean, you (and others) post so many different beers, I actually wonder if there is one above

all, you (or any of you, actually) go back to? For now?

 

Just curious of me, thanks.

 

I always go back to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or Arrogant Bastard Ale. Sierra Nevada Celebration, their Christmas brew, is also excellent.

 

I'm very happy that we get Sierra Nevada Pale Ale here in Norway, it's a very good beer which I also buy quite often. I also see that Arrogant Bastard Ale is available in the shops here, I will definitely give that one a try!

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I tried out a Tall Tales Red Headed Stepchild last night.

 

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This is an OK Irish red ale that leans a bit toward the sweet side--just an average craft brew.

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Hitachino Nest Commemorative Ale

 

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This Japanese import is a very pleasant ale brewed with vanilla bean, coriander, and other spices. It tastes a lot like a Christmas seasonal brew, such as Marley's Lament by Alewerks.

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Last night me and a friend sampled a bunch of different beers. We had some bland ones, we had a truly awful one from Estonia, but there were also some highlights. The clear winner of the evening was Hoptropolis Double IPA 9,0%, a collaboration beer from Amundsen Bryggeri/Against the Grain Brewery. This was a wonderful beer, rich in flavour and also very drinkable. I'm definitely buying this again!

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