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    Tonight I tried a couple of new beers that I had never tried before, a Palm and a Shiner Black Lager. Both were pretty respectable. i will probably buy the Palm again at some point. As for the Shiner, I am not sure that it will replace their regular bock in my fridge when I have the urge to drink a regular, readily available American made beer, but who knows?

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    left hand milk stout
    1973 north of scotland

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    Dirker hazelnut eau de vie. Great stuff. Brought that over from Germany last year.

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    Ive been waiting for Palm to come over, is it the Belgium version ?

    Its sort of the Belgium Budweiser, except of course being Belgian it tastes great

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    You know Rick Bayliss !!!!
    I worked as a pre-cook for Rick and his wife in the mid-1980s. He was as nice as he appears on television.

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    LOL. I thought that Stella Artois and Jupiler were the Belgian Bud and Miller. I don't know if it is pasteurized over there, but I would think that it would have to be to survive the crossing and get into the US. Although it is not the same style of beer per se, I thought it compared quite favorably to the Leffe brown we get over here.
    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    Ive been waiting for Palm to come over, is it the Belgium version ?

    Its sort of the Belgium Budweiser, except of course being Belgian it tastes great

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    Hale's Ales "wee Heavy". Meh.
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    A local favorite of mine, Mayflower Porter followed by some Highland Park 18 as a nightcap

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    Ok i tried these two tonight

    The Squatter's was pretty damn good, The Epic was very stout...It looked like black tar when it poured...Still pretty good though..And after i finished those...I grabbed a Roscoe's Hop House Amber Ale. Set for the night.

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    Spaten Optimator. Teutonic coal tar goodness.

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