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What kind of beer is in your fridge right now?

Ciaran

Fear my banana
Apr 5, 2004
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So Cal
Currently have a few Guinness (in the widget cans) and some Black Hart stout. (Not bad... cheap stout from Trader Joes)
 

JRogers

talks too much
Mar 19, 2002
3,791
1
Claremont, CA
Update: fridge now contains Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout, Bass Ale, Sam Adams Black Lager and Cricket Hill East Coast Lager (found that at the local store in NJ...made in Jerz, $6 for a 6; tastes pretty decent for a light lager).
 

TreeSaw

Mama Monkey
Oct 30, 2003
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435
Dancin' over rocks n' roots!
3-4 Yuenglings
3 Magic Hats (a 9, a batch 369 and a blind faith)
1 Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout
2 Saranac Pale Ales
1 Long Trail Hibernator
2 Long Trail Pale Ales

4 Guiness on the bar (no need to chill).
 

narlus

Eastcoast Softcore
Staff member
Nov 7, 2001
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behind the viewfinder
i think my inventory is as follows:

one Kaliber (leftover from a friend)
one Stella Artois
one Wachusett Christmas Ale
one Anderson Valley Solstice Ale
one Rogue Santa's Private Reserve (bomber)
 

Acadian

Born Again Newbie
Sep 5, 2001
716
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Blah Blah and Blah
Let me think...my beer fridge has:
- few pints of Fuller's London Porter
- few pints of Morimoto's Hazelnut Brown Nectar
- few bottles of Alaskan Amber Ale
- few bottles of Fat tire Ale
- few bottles of Guinness Draught
 

narlus

Eastcoast Softcore
Staff member
Nov 7, 2001
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behind the viewfinder
Acadian said:
Let me think...my beer fridge has:
- few pints of Fuller's London Porter
- few pints of Morimoto's Hazelnut Brown Nectar
- few bottles of Alaskan Amber Ale
- few bottles of Fat tire Ale
- few bottles of Guinness Draught
sweet, i finished my Fuller's London Ale a few nights ago...had a Youngs' Winter Warmer when i was in Helsinki....mmmm......

how's that morimoto? 've been tempted but haven't had it yet.
 

BikeGeek

BrewMonkey
Jul 2, 2001
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Hershey, PA
I'm stopping at Total Beverage on the way home today. The wife's out of town this weekend and I need supplies. :D Lot's of good suggestions in this thread.
 

Acadian

Born Again Newbie
Sep 5, 2001
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narlus said:
that place looks cool.

i wish i had some cool place like that nearby. ah, the price of living in the 'burbs...
if you ever come here this summer I'll give you the tour :thumb:

BJ's, Rock Bottom, Gordon Biersch, Trials Pub (Irish Pub), etc... we'll do them all... :drool: :drool:
 

OGRipper

Turbo Monkey
Feb 3, 2004
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NORCAL is the hizzle
Acadian said:
if you ever come here this summer I'll give you the tour :thumb:

BJ's, Rock Bottom, Gordon Biersch, Trials Pub (Irish Pub), etc... we'll do them all... :drool: :drool:

Too bad he'll be in SF or at Northstar the whole time if he ever comes out here. :)
 

jimmydean

The Official Meat of Ridemonkey
Sep 10, 2001
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Portland, OR
3 Pabst (in the can of course)
3 Henry's Blue Boar Ale
2 Fat Tires
2 Black Butte Porters that will soon be drunk.
 

BikeGeek

BrewMonkey
Jul 2, 2001
4,406
54
Hershey, PA
I ended up grabbing some La Choufe, Delerium Tremens, Three Philosophers, and Duvel. :)

Acadian said:
Gordon Biersch
Mmmm...drank plenty of marzen at Northstar last trip out. They just opened a Gordon Biersch pub in the mall near my house. :confused:
 

Silver

find me a tampon
Jul 20, 2002
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Orange County, CA
BikeGeek said:
I ended up grabbing some La Choufe, Delerium Tremens, Three Philosophers, and Duvel. :)
If you can, let the Three Philosophers age. As long as you can stand it.

Goddamn, that's a tasty beer. The mouthfeel just gets smoother with age.
 

ito

Mr. Schwinn Effing Armstrong
Oct 3, 2003
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Avoiding the nine to five
Acadian said:
Last night I had a few porters at this place http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com/ :thumb:
I have yet to go there, but it is on the way back from one of my bike rides so I'm always tempted. Hopefully going this weekend or next weekend.

Have you tried Mission Ale House? We were there last night and as always the selection of beers on tap impresses me. O'Flaherties is also good. The bar tenders there are always friendly and pour good drinks. Plenty of people to meet as well.

And ya, Scurban, I've been digging on the whole Lagunitas line. Their Sirrius Cream Ale is off the hook, I'm still waiting for February so I can try the Gnarlywine.

The Ito
 

steve45

Monkey
Sep 30, 2003
483
1
Dundee, Scotland
just spent the night emptying my fridge of.
dark island dark ale:drool: :drool: :drool:
Black Douglas:drool: :drool:
belhaven St Andrews Ale:drool:
Caledonian Golden promise:)


ach there is still some tennents lager left, but thats left there for a damn good reason:eviltongu

if any of you have the chance i recommend you try Orkney brewery dark island dark ale.
dunno about avalibility over there though.


http://www.beers-scotland.co.uk/
just looking at that site has left me drooling:drool: :drool: :drool:
just so much goodness.

twas a good nicht, suprised i still managed to post this, mind you it has taken me about 25 minutesd to get to this point, now comes the time to collapse on the bed, good night.

**edit**
Hmmm, i could have sworn that i posted this in N8's scottish ale thread last night, bah no matter, must pay more attention next time i post under the influence.
 

I Are Baboon

Run, Forrest, Run!
Aug 6, 2001
29,291
1,801
MTB New England
Currently in my upstairs fridge is a 12 pack of Sam Adams Winter Warmer varierty

In my wine cooler is a 12 pack of Harpoon sampler.

I just need football to start so I can crack into them. :)