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Unread 01-06-2011, 08:32 PM   #16
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fourdeuce!! Great post!! Love the avatar...your bbq critics are the best, and worst, a cook can have. SBR tastes good on anything! Congrats on some fine looking ribs!!
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Yum! But chocolate beer???
Oh my friend don't knock it till you've tried it. My brother brought it over as part of a Sam Adams winter sampler pack. I had low expectations. It is actually very nice, not chocolate flavored the way you initially would think. Very full bodied but smooth. Very nice beer, only available in the winter sampler. It doesn't touch SA Winter Lager but then again, nothing else really does. Don't worry, I thought the same thing when I saw the bottle," WTH? Chocolate beer?" I really dig the rich black color when poured in a glass, hence the pic.
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I think the Montrial would be very similar to Rendezvous rub. Didn't know they had Corky's in PA.
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Nice looking ribs!
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They don't, my Corky's was a gift from my mother-in-law who has family in Mountain City TN (heaven on earth).
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They don't, my Corky's was a gift from my mother-in-law who has family in Mountain City TN (heaven on earth).
Thats close to my area. It's beautiful country here. Had a breathtaking snow covered drive into work this morning.
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Nice ribs! I've have montreal on ribs before and I liked it alot. Your post made me realize what I'll be cooking this weekend
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