Dieu du Ciel launch at Volo - Sat Oct 3rd

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Postby JesseMcG » Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:36 pm

tupalev wrote:I guess I was aiming a little too high with my High Fidelity guess... :)


I love High Fidelity :)
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Postby northyorksammy » Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:27 pm

still some DDC tonight, and Ralph took 3 lines off saving for later in week
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Postby kwjd » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:49 pm

I stopped in after dinner today and had a Peche Mortel on cask. They were out of the Corne de Diable, which was too bad because my friend really wanted to try it since I was talking about it at dinner.
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Postby Belgian » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:35 am

Some fantastic beers!

Derniere Vollante - a nice hoppy rounded Belgian style, a favorite.
Solstice D'Hiver - a very seductive Barley Wine.
Péché Mortél on cask - beautiful and dark RIS with smoky roast, very different from bottle-conditioned (can't wait.)

Many like the Route des Espices a lot - it's a little peppery so I chased it with sips if the Barley Wine, which together was sublime. Likewise the extremely popular Isseki Nicho Saison is a tasty and challenging beer I'd like to re-visit.

The Aphrodisiaque is superb - I hope I see more - and can't wait for Corné du Diable this Sat if the rumors are true.
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Postby JesseMcG » Tue Oct 06, 2009 12:11 pm

Belgian wrote:Some fantastic beers!

Derniere Vollante - a nice hoppy rounded Belgian style, a favorite.
Solstice D'Hiver - a very seductive Barley Wine.
Péché Mortél on cask - beautiful and dark RIS with smoky roast, very different from bottle-conditioned (can't wait.)

Many like the Route des Espices a lot - it's a little peppery so I chased it with sips if the Barley Wine, which together was sublime. Likewise the extremely popular Isseki Nicho Saison is a tasty and challenging beer I'd like to re-visit.

The Aphrodisiaque is superb - I hope I see more - and can't wait for Corné du Diable this Sat if the rumors are true.


Last night the waitress told me the last Corné du Diable keg will be tapped this Friday.
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Postby Belgian » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:03 pm

JesseMcG wrote:
Last night the waitress told me the last Corné du Diable keg will be tapped this Friday.



Yeah she was mistaken telling us that. Later I spoke to Ralph.

He says the last Corné du Diable IPA keg will be put on Saturday.
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Postby icemachine » Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:17 pm

Belgian wrote:
JesseMcG wrote:
Last night the waitress told me the last Corné du Diable keg will be tapped this Friday.



Yeah she was mistaken telling us that. Later I spoke to Ralph.

He says the last Corné du Diable IPA keg will be put on Saturday.


Damn, just when I was thinking I would get a taste.
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