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      12-13-2015 06:49 PM #52
      pale ale is rank

      German Hefe weisse is the only choice.


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      12-13-2015 07:04 PM #53
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      I like both, but the hype is too much for me.

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      12-13-2015 08:16 PM #54
      Quote Originally Posted by hazetimesfive View Post
      pale ale is rank

      German Hefe weisse is the only choice.

      There is nothing like a Hefe fresh from the Brewery in Germany. It's really hard to replicate that here Stateside. Probably one of the best from there that I have had here, try one of these on for size sometime....



      Or the best Hefe I have had from here...

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      12-13-2015 08:50 PM #55
      For all you who said Pliny, if you can hook me up with some bottles I can pick up some great stuff from either Other Half, Barrier, or Finback, as I'm right in between the 3. Would be easiest to get from Other Half though because they release every other Saturday.
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      12-14-2015 01:11 AM #56
      Quote Originally Posted by hazetimesfive View Post
      pale ale is rank

      German Hefe weisse is the only choice.

      Haven't had German wheat beer but I don't care for American versions. I feel that wheat is just another adjunct like Budweiser's rice. Remember you can't make beer from wheat malt. It lacks the necessary enzyme to convert starch to sugar during the mashing process. Must have barley malt and all barley makes for the best beer/ale.
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      12-14-2015 01:43 AM #57
      Quote Originally Posted by suburbangeorge View Post
      Haven't had German wheat beer but .....
      and that is where I stopped reading
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      12-14-2015 03:35 AM #58
      Quote Originally Posted by EdRacer71 View Post
      and that is where I stopped reading
      attention deficit disorder?
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      12-14-2015 10:29 AM #59
      Quote Originally Posted by suburbangeorge View Post
      attention deficit disorder?
      No, just knowing that passing judgement on a style of beer without ever trying the "gold standard" seems kind of, well, dumb....
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      12-14-2015 11:57 AM #60
      German beer is good if you can't find any water.

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      12-14-2015 01:30 PM #61
      Quote Originally Posted by Icantdrive65 View Post
      German beer is good if you can't find any water.
      Find me an American weizen that's better than an average German weizen if that's the case.....


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      12-14-2015 02:44 PM #62
      Quote Originally Posted by EdRacer71 View Post
      Find me an American weizen that's better than an average German weizen if that's the case.....


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      No weizen for me. I have been corrupted by West Coast IPAs.

      I have to say that I found a local German restaurant that had beer that tasted just like the beer I got at the old Hofbrauhaus in Munich. That was years ago. It was likely imported from Germany.

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      12-14-2015 08:33 PM #63
      Quote Originally Posted by EdRacer71 View Post
      Find me an American weizen that's better than an average German weizen if that's the case.....


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      Your argument is like saying "Germans make better Volkswagens than Americans do." That may be true but not everyone likes Volkswagens regardless of the source. As to your statement "pale ale is rank", I'll answer you with some of your own words. Making blanket statements disparaging someone else's taste "...seems kind of, well, dumb....".

      You drink what you like. I'll drink what I like. Pretty sure, however, that it'll cost you more.
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      12-14-2015 10:02 PM #64
      Quote Originally Posted by suburbangeorge View Post
      Your argument is like saying "Germans make better Volkswagens than Americans do." That may be true but not everyone likes Volkswagens regardless of the source. As to your statement "pale ale is rank", I'll answer you with some of your own words. Making blanket statements disparaging someone else's taste "...seems kind of, well, dumb....".

      You drink what you like. I'll drink what I like. Pretty sure, however, that it'll cost you more.
      Want to scroll back and find me where I said "Pale ale is rank" please? Yeah, I think Pale Ale is so rank I have this in my fridge right now....



      And no, my argument about American wheat beers vs German Weizens is NOT like saying "Germans make better Volkswagens than Americans do".....ANYONE can make a beer, there are no patents on styles of beer, so your reply, not even including the misquote not only seems dumb, IS dumb....
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      12-15-2015 02:35 AM #65
      I am a sucker for Flandrian beer, so these two are my favourite.




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      01-04-2016 12:04 AM #67

      For real though, who wants to trade for some Pliny?

      Also have Hop Showers, Superfun!, Suparillo (amarillo double IPA), Foreverever, Baby Diamonds (Green Diamonds session), and some Bretty Crocker in my other fridge. Finished all my Street Green, Green Diamonds, All Green Everything, and Doug.
      Along with a dank Mosaic IPA I made myself.

      Will also be able to get whatever they release next if anyone keeps up with their releases. Seriously good stuff here if you like IPAs. They make lots of other great stuff (stouts, farmhouses), etc but they hardly every can/bottle it, aside from the Bretty Crocker.
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      01-10-2016 01:18 AM #68
      This has been the best beer i have ever had.


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      02-12-2017 12:08 PM #69
      It varies depending on where I am and I see my tastes are very unsophisticated compared to many! Lol

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      02-13-2017 12:20 AM #70
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      04-06-2018 02:06 PM #71
      A local restaurant is carrying Left Hand Brewing Milk Stout, amazing.


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      04-08-2018 05:00 AM #72
      Lately I’ve been into Kilt Tilter by Middle Ages Brewing Co. here in Syracuse. Scottish Ale that is extremely enjoyable (and easy) to drink. Looks like it is sold only in 22 ounce bottles, at least around here. At almost 10% ABV, one is plenty. At $5 it’s a steal IMO. Taste kind of reminds me of Newcastle Ale but stronger.


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