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Unread 12-25-2009, 02:03 AM   #31
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I have these already to go for tomorrow, not sure I have enough help to drink it all. Then I was at store and found some Sierra Nevada Life and Limb, which I need to drink tonight.

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Unread 12-25-2009, 02:15 AM   #32
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I really like Beer my friends bring over and am very fond of this............
Ohh Man, how good is that!!
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Unread 12-25-2009, 02:20 AM   #33
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When (more likely, IF) I get my BBQ joint going, I would love to do beer pairings. No Bud or Miller, but real beer for real flavor.

Third Stone Brown Ale has a great coffee hint to the hoppy aftertaste. Problem is, while it's brewed in Lincoln NE, it's even hard to find out here. Shiner has about anything I really crave anyhow, and they are becoming readily available just about anywhere.
What you gonna pair your brisket with...............bleach? Love ya, Shane! You got your helmet on? It's WHEN you get it, not IF! You will do this my brother.

My pairing is simple.........HOT bbq and COLD beer.
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Unread 12-25-2009, 02:23 AM   #34
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What you gonna pair your brisket with...............bleach? Love ya, Shane! You got your helmet on? It's WHEN you get it, not IF! You will do this my brother.

My pairing is simple.........HOT bbq and COLD beer.
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Anybody in here brewing their own? I know, how many hobbies does one Farker have? But we all take so much time with our Que, just wondering who does the same with their Brew?
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Unread 12-25-2009, 07:17 AM   #36
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Mothers Milk,from Keegan ales in Kingston ny,,has a little smoky hint to it,very dark, but smoooooth!,oh & their hurricane kitty & old capital are good too...but my every day favorite for quenching thirst is michelobe light.
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I always vote yes to beer. Where's the poll?
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Anybody in here brewing their own? I know, how many hobbies does one Farker have? But we all take so much time with our Que, just wondering who does the same with their Brew?
Look at post #22. I brewed it back in September on my brewery pictured below:

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Anybody in here brewing their own? I know, how many hobbies does one Farker have? But we all take so much time with our Que, just wondering who does the same with their Brew?
I expect that a great many here brew their own. I think you have a website of people wanting to maximize their flavor, not just in food, but also in drink. I know that I can BBQ better than most restaurants and I think it's much easier to get a good beer than a good BBQ. I have tasted few homebrews that are not better than anything commercial. This time of year, I usually have a few in process, along with cider. The only time I buy beer is when I'm traveling.
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Look at post #22. I brewed it back in September on my brewery pictured below:

Sawdust, that looks awesome. Must be an engineer lurking somewhere to produce a unit like that.

I don't have anything that professional looking, so I rely on conventional beer vendors for my favorites.

From Canada (not sure if you folks south of the border, can get these)
- Big Rock Traditional (my favorite and one of DivaQ's sponsors I see)
- Creemore Springs Lager

From Europe
- Pilsner Urqell (from Czech)
- Hoegarten Grand Cru (completely different from the standard Hoegarten)

From the US
- Shiner Bock
- Abita Amber
- Yeungling (my dirty little secret; it's a nice lighter beer)

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I like beer. Beer is good. I'm a bit of a 'beer snob', yet I still enjoy a super ice cold Coors Light on a really stupid hot day (hey, it is almost a bottle of water, right?)

When I'm drinking a beer to really enjoy, I usually like a nice dark, full bodied beer. Hints of bitter chocolate and coffee with good malty flavors are nice.

I don't really pair my beers with my foods, but I'm not that sophisticated. I'm just a punk. ;)

Some of my favorites:

Chimay Grande Reserve
Corsendonk Abby Dark
Aventinus
Brooklyn Brown Ale
Three Philosophers
Delirium (Tremens, Nocturnum and Noel)
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Unread 12-26-2009, 05:01 AM   #44
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One of my favorites with Q...

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One of my favorites with Q...

Agreed. A great beer with Que. I was in Ensenada Mexico once and the bottles had the cap imprint in the bottom so you could open the next one with you empty bottle. Thought that was very cool.
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