The Beer Drinkers Thread

24 Sep 2010 14:26 #41 by JMC
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Biggies latest blog post has some interesting info on some seasonal beers.
I think Brooks is going to do great after they get a few kinks worked out. Usual for new restaurants.

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25 Sep 2010 17:28 #42 by LOL
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New brew pub in Woodland park 'Bierworks' Nothing fancy, but some interesting European-orientated brews. A strong Scottish ale, BierWerks Helles and BierWerks Dunkel. Not much for food but prezels and appetizers. Nice stop on the way through town.

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28 Sep 2010 16:22 #43 by Biggie
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Thanks for the shout out, JMC! I just stumbled across this thread and I was going to post something...

http://www.285bound.com/Forums/viewforum.php?f=73

Our posts won't always be about beer (can't leave out wine & liquor!) but hopefully you beer lovers will find something of interest about a third of the time.

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30 Sep 2010 10:15 #44 by JMC
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I still want somebody to tell me what pumpkin beer tastes like, just doesn't sound right

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30 Sep 2010 11:37 #45 by Ronbo
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Think pumpkin pie without the whip cream.

Beer should never have fruits or spices in them (IMHO). I was working at the Great American Beer Festival and was pouring for Moon River brewing company out of Savannah Georgia. They had a beer that was basicaly a pale ale that after they dry hopped it they added rosemary. The beer won a gold medal but it's just is not a style that I like to drink.

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30 Sep 2010 14:10 #46 by EddieWess
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Ronbo wrote: Think pumpkin pie without the whip cream.

Beer should never have fruits or spices in them (IMHO). I was working at the Great American Beer Festival and was pouring for Moon River brewing company out of Savannah Georgia. They had a beer that was basicaly a pale ale that after they dry hopped it they added rosemary. The beer won a gold medal but it's just is not a style that I like to drink.


I agree Ronbo, spicy and especially fruity beers are not to my liking. I see on the home brewing sites a lot of talk about hot peppers in beer - NO NO and NO! Give me malts, hops and some more hops and I'm happy.

So how does one get an opportunity to work GABF?

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30 Sep 2010 14:33 #47 by Ronbo
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The GABF website has a place to submit your name to volunteer. Because I worked four sessions this year I received two free tickets to next years GABF. And as a volunteer I was allowed to sample beer.

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05 Oct 2010 06:28 #48 by LOL
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EddieWess wrote: Has anyone tried the new place in Conifer Town Center? Brooks Place Tavern (former Sushi Hai)?

I stopped in for a beer the other night and the place was packed. More germane to this thread: They have a pretty decent beer menu. They have one of my all time favorites on tap, Titan IPA, cold and fresh. They have four or five other beers on tap and a pretty extensive collection of bottled beers (and I'm not just talking about Bud/Miller/Coors junk either).

I highly reccomend Brooks Place, as a matter of fact we are going there tonight to try the burgers.


I tried it too, nice place and good selection of micros! The Guinness Chili was good too. The inside is set up nice, and so was the outside patio. Cheers!

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17 Oct 2010 08:30 #49 by LOL

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17 Oct 2010 09:51 #50 by UNDER MODERATION
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Joe wrote: Worlds strongest beers. Yikes!

http://www.gizmag.com/worlds-strongest-beers/15256/



Cool, I don't know if you can get any of those at biggies but you can get
http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/dogfish-he ... ipa/22904/

$9.99 a bottle or $55 a 6/pak...3 is all you need onj a Football Sunday..I've bought a few bottles of Utopia and its like a bourbon or something..Its just not a beer anymore

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