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Ha.

 

The dragons milk is very good but reminds me more of an old ale or English barley wine than a stout. Found and bought a couple of 4 packs at a grocery mart in Snoqualmie Falls.

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Soon to be enjoying a Sixpoint 5 Beans Imperial Porter for the first time. Resin and Hi-Res from Sixpoint are pretty solid. I expect this one (or two?) will be as well

 

Rinse and repeat

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Redux

We've always liked this one. Very herbaceous and on the sweet side. Nice bang for the buck as well.

 

Wolters Black Beer. Your standard cheap schwarzbier (tastes kind of like an upscale Yuengling Black & Tan). Our beer store was selling 12 pints for $12. Thought on giving it a go. A nice, refreshing malty brew to have on hand with all this unusual warm weather. Pairs well with the pipe of Tudor Castle we're smoking, too.

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Good to live in the NorthWest.

 

Midnight sun arctic devil.

 

Funny how a beer half as good as this (old stock cellar reserve) costs a fraction less than double the cost of a bottle of this stuff.

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Whoops. Too much beer.

The old stock is $24.99 per 16.7oz while the arctic devil which is much better imo is $14.99 for a 22 oz.

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