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    Buy a 1/6 of the Cigar City. Most brewers always have kegs in stock and most packies will order whatever you want.

    Everyone should have a kegerator....EVERYONE!!!

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    I've been on the lookout for Stone Enjoy but haven't found it on the shelves yet. Need to call the ditributor in my area who carries Stone.

    I'm on my third kegerator since 1980. The first two were converted fridges. I'd buy a sixtel of Cigar City but it's not available in my area. They said they haven't shipped to Pennsylvania for quite awhile. Can't keep up with demand.

    I live in the center of the state so we're a secondary market behind Pittsburgh and Philly. We just starting getting Lagunitas here only 2-3 months ago and Hopstoopid and IPA are the only offerings.

    Pennsylvania's liquor laws and tier system for distributing beer leaves alot to be desired.

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    ^^^^That's unfortunate. It's typically pretty easy to get specialty kegs versus actual bottles.

    I am glad to hear there is another kegger out there. I've had my Summit for 5 years and i see it going nowhere. Partially due to being integrated with my granite countertop. One of the best investments i've made to date. Can't wait to get a milk stout on tap this fall! Then, if i can finish it in time, go back to ol faithful. Anchor Steam Xmas. If my memory serves me correct, that is also one of your favorites as well.

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    Yep. Anchor Xmas Ale is my #1 must have seasonal year in and year out. Two other must haves are Dogfish Head Punkin and Troegs
    Mad Elf. I have seven bottles of Anchor Xmas Ale tucked away from last season so I can compare to this years Ale.

    I travel weekly from central Pa. to the Southern Tier Of New York. So I can grab a variety of brews not available in my area.

    For draught beer there's a local brewpub minutes away that makes phenomenal beer. I buy my sixtels there.

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    Wow, just picked up six pack of Back in Black, black IPA from 21st Amendment brewery, very tasty!

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    I very much enjoy black ipa's.

    Still working on my All Day IPA keg.
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    Just enjoyed a Big Bad Baptist by Epic. #9 from last year. Mmm mm good.

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    It's that time of year...picked up a 4 pack of one of my favs - Founder's Breakfast Stout. Unlike most beers I drink (IPA's mostly) I let it sit out a bit before I drink it. Seems to let the complex flavors come out. It's usually my "night cap" drink and I tend to sip it slow and enjoy. Love the label too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mantis View Post
    If Guinness is your standard then you are a stout man. Check out Left Hand Milk Stout , Riverhorse Oatmeal Milk Stout , A****er Milk Stout , Youngs Double Chocolate Milk Stout , Rouge Chocolate Stout. That should get you started.
    If your a Coffee kinda guy then looking into Troegs Java head is a very good Idea.
    No matter how much i veer off, i always end up with Guinness. Will try the others you mention.

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    Octoberfest is everywhere. I think I enjoy my varieties too much. I read a beer or two or four pack.. I can't do any of those quantities. Maybe I am an alcoholic.

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    Drinking a ipa right now. Gonna miss them when stout season comes around.
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    Best beer I've ever tasted came from here: http://www.augustiner-braeu.de/augustiners/html/en/

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    Baraboo Blueberry Ale not bad not bad at all they were promoting it at the store today.
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    Dont fruit the beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deronb1 View Post
    Dont fruit the beer!
    Kinda reminds me of the Grain Belt beer commercial I hear around deer season every year, these guys meet at their hunting shack one says eh brought the case of Banana Bread muffin stout dontcha know the other says brought the Rasberry Kiwi Ale dontcha know should be good eh? Then You hear the beer bottles clanging for a toast to deer camp and then you hear them spitting the beer out and saying this don't taste like beer eh? The third says good thing I brought the Grain Belt Premiums Eh? Pretty funny comercial.
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    Lol. Actually, there have been a few fruit heavy beers that tasted pretty good. One one a cranberry lambic from sam adams i think. Not overwhelming but complimented it nicely.
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    The cool thing about craft beer is that everyone can find their own style that they like. We're not all sittin around mindlessly sucking down Bud's or MGD. Those beer's are fine when you plan on pounding a few down but when you want to really enjoy your beer craft is the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gumbay13 View Post
    No matter how much i veer off, i always end up with Guinness. Will try the others you mention.
    If you are drinking Guinness Extra Stout, it's brewed in Canada and tastes like absolute sh!t, IMO. If you are drinking "draught", I hope it's from a can because the bottles no longer have the CO2 cartridge in them and therefore are texturally (mouth feel) and flavor are not a true draught beer. The cans still have the CO2 cartidges in them and are OK. The best description of Guinness Draught I saw was just after it first started being brewed by Guinness at a place called "The liquor locker". They had a stack of six packs of Guinness Draught stacked up and below it was a sign reading "Guinness Draught (The price), and then 'Guinness light'".

    You need to travel to Ireland (Europe) to be able to drink the real Guinness Extra Stout. I haven't had any in about 17 years unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gudnoyez View Post
    Baraboo Blueberry Ale not bad not bad at all they were promoting it at the store today.
    Well, at least the beer tasted good for you...despite the glass....it's tough being a Padres fan...

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    Picked up a six of Ithica Flower Power IPA this evening. Will have a couple during my listening session this evening. It was recommended by a guy who really knows his beer so we'll see. Beer Advocate likes it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    Well, at least the beer tasted good for you...despite the glass....it's tough being a Padres fan...
    Eric if your a Padres fan I feel for you to. lived a few years in La,Mesa attended many games at the ol Murph.

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    Tonight it's a big a$$ glass of Becks October Fest, and these two fine Deep Purple CD's. the wife is watching her series on Netflix so I'm down in the cave. Nothing better than a cold octoberfest brew!
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    The usual for my buddy and myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gudnoyez View Post
    Baraboo Blueberry Ale not bad not bad at all they were promoting it at the store today.
    Grew up in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Never heard that word otherwise. Kinda weirded me out when I saw it.
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    hrm where did all the beer threads go....well let's see...I've been in home demo'ing a pair of LSiM 705s and a pair of RTiA9s...A/B and in doing so, I managed to drink all the beer...sorry...my bad, apologies if this has left others with nothing to chat about regarding beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deronb1 View Post
    Lol. Actually, there have been a few fruit heavy beers that tasted pretty good. One one a cranberry lambic from sam adams i think. Not overwhelming but complimented it nicely.
    +1 on the Cranberry Lambic, especially around the holidays.
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    The wife and I just recently tried a raspberry lambic. Was pretty tasty.

    I might have a Great Lakes bba blackout stout tonight.

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    Just back from a short vacation and the case of Spaten Octoberfest that I took a a BIG hit.

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