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    I tried Leffe blonde for the first time tonight. I have had the brown variety on a number of occasions and liked it pretty well. The blonde isn't really to my taste. It reminds me a bit of a slightly sour version of Duvel. I have really liked the Palm that I bought recently. The only problem is that it is a mass market beer in Belgium from what I can tell, but it is selling at a premium price over here, like a dollar more per six pack than Leffe. Hopefully, it will catch on and the price will come down. ir really sucks coming back to $8-10 prices on 750ml bottles of the good Belgium stuff when I was getting really top drawer stuff for about $4 a bottle (not Euros) over there.

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    Tensely '09 Syrah from the central coast.

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    tonight, its whatever will put me to sleep most quickly... maybe sleeping pills. Tomorrows another day.

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    Kona Longboard lager

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    Asahi Super Dry - 1 liter can, made in Japan.

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    Nyquil and lots of it!

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    I'm looking to give a couple of 750ml bottles or six packs of beer to the owners of my favorite restaurant (sorry Matt). FWIW, they're French and serve excellent bistro food.

    There's a place by me that carries hundreds of different esoteric beers. I'm not much of a beer guy. Please suggest your top two even if they're widely popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    I'm looking to give a couple of 750ml bottles or six packs of beer to the owners of my favorite restaurant (sorry Matt). FWIW, they're French and serve excellent bistro food.

    There's a place by me that carries hundreds of different esoteric beers. I'm not much of a beer guy. Please suggest your top two even if they're widely popular.
    Hehe, no worries, If I get a day off this week I am trying out the ones you gave me and I will let you know how they are, they have been tempting me for two weeks. I am sure you will soon be converted to the brown side and become an excellent beer guy.

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    You can't gp wrong with a 750ml bottle each of Chimay blue and Duvel.
    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    I'm looking to give a couple of 750ml bottles or six packs of beer to the owners of my favorite restaurant (sorry Matt). FWIW, they're French and serve excellent bistro food.

    There's a place by me that carries hundreds of different esoteric beers. I'm not much of a beer guy. Please suggest your top two even if they're widely popular.

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    '06 Cassanova de niri brunello (100 pts WS, 97 pts WE). '06 Zaca Mesa Syrah. '07 Moris Avvoltore Super Tuscan. It was a very tasty night.

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