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26 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Mon Aug 23, 2010 12:42 pm

Coffee........ just coffee. While I cram for the ridiculously difficult BJCP exam that I am taking later today.

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27 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Mon Aug 23, 2010 6:18 pm

Good for you man! Hope you do well.
I was just drinking Sam Adams Boston Lager at a PhD Student orientation that I attended to check out bio/biochem research that's going on in the city. Some incredible stuff there, let me tell you!

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28 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:26 pm

A pint of my ESB. Trying to kill this keg so I can tap a Raisin d'etre clone I made.

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29 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Wed Aug 25, 2010 2:41 pm

I want to try some of Trader Joe's brand of ales and lagers. They don't carry it out on LI, though, and I don't feel like carrying it home on the train.

I like a lot of the craft brews out there now ... including but not limited to IPA's.

Since I started brewing, I've come to appreciate Sam Adam's Boston Ale and Boston Lager ... as in-between beers. My brew volume and homebrew inventory is high, though, so in-between beers are getting less frequent.

Also, I tend to factor in the bottle and type of label glue for store bought. Sam Adam's labels come off easy.

Another GREAT craft beer that has easy off labels is Fire Island Brewing Company's "Red Wagon IPA" or "Fire Island Ale". Good stuff, but 10 bucks plus for a six, which is par for the course these days.

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30 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:37 pm

had a lagunitas IPA MAXIMUS. F)&^%& amazing

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31 Re: What are you drinking right now? on Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:39 am

Delicious dry stout loaded with cacao nibs that we brewed. Full bodied dry toasty finish, with big dark chocolate flavor. Good stuff.

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