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Another dark pale ale, but more awesomer than the Red Seal. Good luck finding it.

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19 Mar 2007, 09:15
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Erdinger could very well be better than Franziskaner.

I'm going to have to reserve my judgement on this until I get hold of some Franziskaner to jog my palate.

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Weihenstephaner would be my choice. Or Ayinger.

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Really? Weihenstephaner? I've had a few lately, and haven't been impressed.

I'd take Schneider Weisse over that. Haven't had Ayinger.

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The ONLY one I've had recently is Ayinger... it's pretty great, maybe a little too mild...

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Erdinger could very well be better than Franziskaner.

I'm going to have to reserve my judgement on this until I get hold of some Franziskaner to jog my palate.


I enjoy it.
But it is like super cheap at my pub place.
and I haven't had the other.

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Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc: Don't do it, Jeffy.

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I don't even know what it is, so I'm probably safe...

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The normal 1664 is a french beer that I didn't much like in the bottle, but on tap it was devastatingly delicious.

The "blanc" is a fruity wheat beer. I was concentrating on the wheat beer angle when I bought it, not really noticing the fruity angle at the time, but the fruitiness crept up and slapped me in the face in a non-appropriate fashion. It's got other bad additives as well.

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Rather good as far as I can remember. Not very sweet. Bitter, tastes of barley. Medium "depth".

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Ingenious! Beer mixed with one half of lemonade. Refreshing, very interesting taste. Not really "beer" in the usual sense, but it's 50 % beer so I'm posting it anyway.

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Wheat beer from Ottakringer, Vienna, Austria. Very different from what I'm used to, so I don't know exactly how to describe it. It's cloudy, a tad sweet, round taste. I should drink it a few more times I think.

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Two notes re: this beer

1. Stone just upped their distribution of it because of their new brewing facility...

2. Jesus Tittyfucking CHRIST it's good.

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Computer says no.

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Says no to what?

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Says no to said beer existing on a shelf near me.

But it does look a bit like the Red Seal mentioned at the top of this page. Find out about that for me, please.

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Where you at, dog?


I can say with fairly great confidence that Stone is way better than Red Seal, though. Stone is better than just about anything.

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Did you just call him dog?

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I'm in Sweden. State controlled bottle shops, that stack the shelves pretty well, and have a website that tells you exactly what, where and how much. Pros and cons.

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Cabot St. Wheat: Nice, one of the better american hefes I've had actually, though it doesn't really stand up to the germans of course, but it's cheap and it's fresh...

India'n Pale Ale: Not the best IPA I've had but solid enough. Pretty interesting stuff I suppose. Resiny hops and darker (for and IPA), carmel-ey malt base...

One Eared Monkey: ale w/ peach flavor... the peach flavor is nice but the sweetness is out of control.

PC Blue: ale w/ blueberry flavor... even worse than the Monkey, the sweetness is over the top here as well but I can't even taste any blueberry... worthless.

Brown Ale: Again, too friggin' sweet. This one was kinda gross, actually...

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I like Seadog's Blueberry wheat ale...

Well when sitting below a stout.


I can smell that blueberryness being poured from across the bar,
and would be afraid to try that stuff by itself.

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I have tried & enjoyed these Anchor beers

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I haven't had this, but my hetero lifemate loves it:

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That Liberty Ale has been stocked at the local, but it wasn't there when I looked last week. I might check again on Friday.

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I like Seadog's Blueberry wheat ale...

Well when sitting below a stout.


I can smell that blueberryness being poured from across the bar,
and would be afraid to try that stuff by itself.


Seadog sucks...

suuuuuuuuuuuckss....

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It's been a Flying Dog for breakfast lunch and dinner kind of a day.

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