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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeld View Post
    Anybody else tried Dogfish Head's Palo Santo Marron? It's probably the best thing I have tried from them so far. It has so much flavor that it is almost too much to comprehend. It looks amazing when you pour into into a glass. Taste like a mixture of wood, coffee, caramel, and smoke. It's a 12% so there is a bit of a bite to it as well on the front end. Overall it's a lot of fun to drink. Not cheap though, that's for sure. Think I paid about $14 for a 4-pack.
    I plan on trying as much DFH as possible when I'm in the US next month. Everything I have tried by them has been liquid gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onion View Post
    I plan on trying as much DFH as possible when I'm in the US next month. Everything I have tried by them has been liquid gold.
    Yeah, they put out some great stuff. That's for sure. I've really been getting into them and Sierra Nevada's stuff lately.

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    anyone here watch that micro brew beer documentary??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhk1980 View Post
    anyone here watch that micro brew beer documentary??
    Beer Wars?

    It's a great flick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhk1980 View Post
    anyone here watch that micro brew beer documentary??
    It's on Netflix for anyone who hasn't seen it. Worth checking out.

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    Currently enjoying one of these. I'm even drinking it out of a Sierra Nevada glass. I have to say, it's probably in the top 5 beers I have tried so far this year. I'm really having a hard time describing the flavors in this one. Whatever it is it's great. Maybe some citrus, pine, and honey. Has a bit of a spice to it. It has great mouth feel as in, it feels very full. The alcohol adds a nice bite without being overwhelming. A very good beer in my opinion.

    Sierra Nevada has been impressing me lately as I try more and more of their stuff.

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    haven't drank an ounce of beer in the last 6 months. ****ing sensitive tooth. don't u whities suffer from that too?? or are u immune to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhk1980 View Post
    haven't drank an ounce of beer in the last 6 months. ****ing sensitive tooth. don't u whities suffer from that too?? or are u immune to it?
    To much kim-chee, **** will rot your teeth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeld View Post


    Currently enjoying one of these. I'm even drinking it out of a Sierra Nevada glass. I have to say, it's probably in the top 5 beers I have tried so far this year. I'm really having a hard time describing the flavors in this one. Whatever it is it's great. Maybe some citrus, pine, and honey. Has a bit of a spice to it. It has great mouth feel as in, it feels very full. The alcohol adds a nice bite without being overwhelming. A very good beer in my opinion.

    Sierra Nevada has been impressing me lately as I try more and more of their stuff.
    I haven't tried the 2012 Bigfoot yet, but they do a really nice barleywine every year. You might want to see if you can still find any of their Celebration Ale. It's their Christmas Ale/winter warmer and some stores will sell any stock still left really cheap to make room for the spring beers. I'd also recommend the Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA.

    On a side note - I hope you're not drinking the Bigfoot right out of the fridge. You really should let it sit out and warm up to around 50-55 F. to really get all the flavors out of it. Any of the ales (Pales, IPA, stouts, porters, etc) should be set out of the fridge to warm up a bit to really appreciate their flavors. If you go to bars/restaurants that serve good micros don't let them serve them to you in a frosted mug/pint glass.
    He's got a heart as big as Tito's f*cking head.

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