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    Dale's Pale Ale

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    Dale's Pale Ale
    +1

    Plus Newcastle in a can, New England Brewing Co. Sea Hag IPA and some Jefferson's Presidential Select 21yr broken out as a "gift" by the owner of the bar.
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    Tommyknocker IPA.

    Stone gets the job done too though
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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    Thanks, yes it is. I buy a few bottles each year. It's convenient that I can drive half an hour to pick up my order from the winery.

    If you're ever in the Seattle area, let me know and we talk knives over a bottle of Quilceda Creek.
    I'll take you up on that, especially for a Quilceda Creek. I'll bring a Reynvaan. Or if I buy my Figgins this year, a bottle of that.

    k.
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    PBR. Tallboy.
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    PBR. Tallboy.
    I prefer the 16 oz cans. Finally, someone's drinking something good around here.

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    Strand brewing' take on a berliner weisse- ito weisse.
    Damn good beer but has a new years day vomit and vegetable stock sorta aroma to it.
    Also had a Rodenbach Grand Cru.

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    Was working on some stuff in the garage for a while so there were a couple cans of the current garage beer, Tecate, sans lime. After my lovely lady came home, with dinner we graduated to a Chateau St. Michelle cab. I've been on a white wine tear of late, so the red grapes were welcome. Nothing fancy, but it was a nice glass which I enjoyed.

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    Rolling Rock. Tallboy.

    It's much better than I remembered.
    Michael
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