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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by NoCalRed View Post
    Sounds pretty good. Here I got one for ya from the Russian River Brewery http://www.russianriverbrewing.com/p...ytheelder.html. Just had my growler filled aahh the hops.

    Oh and as far as this quote if you change that to the Northwest then I'll agree.

    As far as Sam Adams I don't buy much mainstreem beer anymore, but the last sammy I had I believe had passed it's experation date and I haven't had the guts to try again.
    Gotta love those growlers.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    Now that's a criticism I've never heard on Sammy. It's got about the most gusto you're ever going to get in a lager.

    I'm taking a wild guess here, but you sound like a man who enjoys a pint of bitter. I'm a big Fuller's fan myself.
    in basic order:

    Newcastle (brown ale)
    Blue Moon (wheat ale)
    Blue Moon Pumpkin Ale
    Heineken Dark Lager
    Sierra Nevada (pale ale)
    Honey Brown (lager)
    JW Dundee's Amber Stout
    Jack's Pumpkin Ale
    Molson Canadian (lager)
    Heineken (lager)
    Winter's Bourban Cask Ale (wheat ale)
    Sierra Nievada Celebration Ale
    PBR

    of course, all other alcohols are at a loss when compared to celebratory mead.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord View Post
    in basic order:

    Newcastle (brown ale)
    Blue Moon (wheat ale)
    Blue Moon Pumpkin Ale
    Heineken Dark Lager
    Sierra Nevada (pale ale)
    Honey Brown (lager)
    JW Dundee's Amber Stout
    Jack's Pumpkin Ale
    Molson Canadian (lager)
    Heineken (lager)
    Winter's Bourban Cask Ale (wheat ale)
    Sierra Nievada Celebration Ale
    PBR

    of course, all other alcohols are at a loss when compared to celebratory mead.
    We got my B-I-L some mead when he married my sister. I thought it was disgusting.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro View Post
    We got my B-I-L some mead when he married my sister. I thought it was disgusting.
    was it a rubber cork?
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    I thought this was a football thread

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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord View Post
    was it a rubber cork?
    Long time ago. can't remember.

    It was very sweet.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord View Post
    was it a rubber cork?
    Yes it was

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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Yes it was
    then it was "mead." the same way that Eric Milton is a Major League pitcher.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord View Post
    then it was "mead." the same way that Eric Milton is a Major League pitcher.
    what's the distinction?
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro View Post
    what's the distinction?
    can't really tell you, except i've never had good mead with a synthetic cork.

    mead is sweet, so very wonderfully sweet. especially when served hot.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord View Post
    can't really tell you, except i've never had good mead with a synthetic cork.

    mead is sweet, so very wonderfully sweet. especially when served hot.
    didn't try it hot. that makes it sound more appealing.
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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by NoCalRed View Post
    Oh and as far as this quote
    Portland is pretty much "Beer Heaven".
    if you change that to the Northwest then I'll agree.
    Of all the places I've ever been, I'd have to say Germany (when it was called 'West Germany') would be beer heaven. Of course, America seems to have adopted my favorite beer habit of the Germans...establishing 'local' breweries all over the country! My favorite thing when I was in Germany was to get whatever the local breweries beers were. Mmmm...beer. I'd say my favorite was a pilsner brewed by Licher which I got in a couple different places, but it was always clean, clear, and smooth. I had some Eisbock in Frankfurt that was deadly...I have no idea what the alcohol content was but two glasses made it almost impossible to stand up and I was weighing in around 225 at the time. My favorite beer of all time is from Holland though. It's called Brand and it comes in a ceramic bottle with a regular cap (not the ceramic/rubber flip-top cap like Grolsch) Dang, I'm getting thirsty!

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    Re: Samuel Adams: World of Beer

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro View Post
    didn't try it hot. that makes it sound more appealing.
    greatest drink ever coming in from the cold.

    also, most people have their frige set low enough to suck the taste out of mead. 50*-70*F are optimal for 'cold' consumption.
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