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    We brewed a 8.9% smoked porter for ourselves, so we stop drinking the salable beer, so its that tonight. Then I have a few aged (3 year) rouge yellow snows in the fridge for the snow storm tomorrow if we close early
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    Had Pliny The Elder last night and split a can of Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial stout with the other half today.

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    That's a great stout. I still have a soft spot for Dales Pale Ale too. Have you tried the Deviant Dales? 9 something of dale goodness
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    Nah haven't had either yet but I almost picked up Dales pale today! Instead I couldn't pass up another bottle of Sucaba and the Saison De Lente. Also picked up Alesmith Decadence while I was at it. I'll be sure to grab the Pale next trip and I'll keep a look out for the Deviant, thanks for the heads up!

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    The Alesmith is great. Had one Saturday. If you like Sierra's pale, you will definitely like the Dales. It's better IMO, its got a tad more bite, with a real nice finish. I your ever in the hanover PA area, I always have a six or so of Devient Dales. And we could hit my brewery. After seeing your beer tastes, I'm sure you would like mine. Just did a wild yeast dunkle. It's so funky, it yummy
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    24 yr old the Ballantine sherry cask aged....smooth.
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    @pete, love me some buffalo trace. Good choice
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    I just love the page count every time I see this thread. I don't think we are in danger of anyone reading the whole thing through anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    The Alesmith is great. Had one Saturday. If you like Sierra's pale, you will definitely like the Dales. It's better IMO, its got a tad more bite, with a real nice finish. I your ever in the hanover PA area, I always have a six or so of Devient Dales. And we could hit my brewery. After seeing your beer tastes, I'm sure you would like mine. Just did a wild yeast dunkle. It's so funky, it yummy
    Nice, thanks for the invite and a bretta dunkel sounds delicious!

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