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Post by Craig »

A Barncat Bourbon barrel Rat Queen. Terrific.

I had the port barrel version not that long ago, which was good, but the bourbon barrel is still the best for me. I can't wait to try the double barrel, but at 16.2% I might need to save that for a night with a friend.

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Robohop. Big bold and beautiful. I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.
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Post by Cass »

It’s never a bad thing when beer appears at my door, and today I found a box from Spearhead with their new Oatmeal Cream Ale. Can’t say I can ever remember this combination of words in a beer before :D

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Post by sofakingdrunk »

Tapsucker wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 6:16 pm Robohop. Big bold and beautiful. I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords.
I had one last night as well. I found it really sweet,almost getting into TIPA territory. It’s been going more and more this way the past couple versions that I’ve had. It’s a long long way from the big bitter bastard that it used to be IMO. I’ve got one more in the fridge, after that I doubt I’ll buy again.

Also had a Fracture last night. It’s still got that big bitter finish to it and hasn’t changed as much…although definately hazier and juicier than in the past I think.

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Post by shintriad »

I've been cracking into all of my bigger, high-octane bottles that should have been cellared by now, except I don't have the space for it. Thinking I should invest in a good champagne stopper, because some of these could last me a couple of nights!

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