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"Hell Yes Ma'am" is a Belgian triple at 9.2%. It has to be my favorite beer. About 3 of them and my lips start tingling.

Looking at their tap list, I have been missing out on some new brews!

For IPAs I have been really enjoying the Voodoo Ranger and variants. Not as hoppy and medium gravity.
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"Hell Yes Ma'am" is a Belgian triple at 9.2%. It has to be my favorite beer. About 3 of them and my lips start tingling.

Looking at their tap list, I have been missing out on some new brews!

For IPAs I have been really enjoying the Voodoo Ranger and variants. Not as hoppy and medium gravity.
Love Voodoo Ranger and variants!!
 
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Off Topic but Mick Jagger having a brew at a shit hole bar in Charlotte, NC...Nobody recognized him 🍺...Sneaky little $hit :LOL:...So look close if the Stones come to your town!!!
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I like beer!

The Fridge (changes up regularly, but the bottom is mostly stouts I am aging).
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Every year Surly releases Darkness with a slight difference each year. It used to be MUCH harder to get, and also much more unique. This is before my friend brought over the two missing bottles so we could try 2010-2021. It took a handful of friends, but we got it done.


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I am very satisfied with Pabst Blue Ribbon 6.5 as a regular choice. When visiting brewery's I usually choose a heavier brew, usually a stout. Each to their own. It boils down to what is the best tire size or what is the best off-road tire. It is a matter of your taste. Just enjoy! Cheers
 
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I am very satisfied with Pabst Blue Ribbon 6.5 as a regular choice. When visiting brewery's I usually choose a heavier brew, usually a stout. Each to their own. It boils down to what is the best tire size or what is the best off-road tire. It is a matter of your taste. Just enjoy! Cheers
I like PBR but we can't get 6.5.....Just 5.0 here for some reason?
 

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You with the refined tastes may turn your noses up to this, but the Mexican place I frequent has Dos Equis amber in a 36oz cold mug. It’s stays cold as hell through the whole event. I usually get 2 while I’m there and it’s a fantastic experience. Lol
 

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You with the refined tastes may turn your noses up to this, but the Mexican place I frequent has Dos Equis amber in a 36oz cold mug. It’s stays cold as hell through the whole event. I usually get 2 while I’m there and it’s a fantastic experience. Lol
There’s nothing wrong with a cold Dos Equis! :beer:
 
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