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Old 04-24-2010, 07:18 AM  
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50 Beers to Try Before You Die

Thought the beer snobs here might like this article (and probably critique the hell out of it).

http://www.wisdeo.com/articles/view_post/2984
(CBS) You've heard of "100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall"?

How about 50 to try before you die?!
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:57 PM   #1981
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Best thing would be to find someone at the store and ask them where their sours are. Sours have a traditionally sour/sweet flavor profile that's accomplished by the brewer allowing wild yeasts sour the brew. My wife hates them, I love them.

The ones I've seen come in 750ml bottles (like wine), are corked like champagne, and run anywhere from $8 to $15/bottle.

I've had the Duchesse de Bourgogne and now the Rodenbach Grand Cru, both of which are in the Flanders red ale styles. Another I'm keeping an eye out for is the Monk's Cafe Flanders Red Ale.

Liefman's Oud Bruin is a Flanders brown.

Lambics are similar to the sours: Cantillon Grand Cru Bruocsella, Boon Oude Kreik, Cantillon Kriek, Cantillon Rose de Gambrinus, Cantillon St. Lamvinus, Hanssens Oud Kriek.

Oud Gueze: Boon Oude Gueuze, Cantillon Gueze.
Not sure if this falls in the category of sour beers and yes I know not a top of the line type of company but I bought Blue Moon Brewing Company's "short straw farmhouse red ale." Described as a Flanders Red with hints of white pepper and a tart finish. I really enjoyed it as well. If the sour beer category are similar to this, I definitely like it?
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Old 05-24-2013, 07:17 PM   #1982
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Not sure if this falls in the category of sour beers and yes I know not a top of the line type of company but I bought Blue Moon Brewing Company's "short straw farmhouse red ale." Described as a Flanders Red with hints of white pepper and a tart finish. I really enjoyed it as well. If the sour beer category are similar to this, I definitely like it?
Described as a red, not described as a Flanders red. Nothing like that style.
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Old 05-24-2013, 07:24 PM   #1983
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Old 05-24-2013, 07:26 PM   #1984
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Really like Shafly's Kolsch. I already like the style, and theirs is good. Only problem is that it's way too drinkable for the price. Very easy to knock back a sixer.
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Old 05-24-2013, 08:51 PM   #1985
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Described as a red, not described as a Flanders red. Nothing like that style.
I see your point but the description reads this...

Farmhouse Ales were brewed for the diligent farmhands who drew the short straw and had to work the arduous harvest. Our brewmaster’s expression blends the spiciness of a Farmhouse Ale with the tartness of a Flanders Red for a remarkably refreshing finish.
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Old 05-24-2013, 10:06 PM   #1986
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I think you might want to try a classic Flanders Red before you judge it. I get some tartness from 80 acre, but it's nothing like a Duchesse or a Rodenbach Grand Cru. I'd bet on it. Point being, just because they're trying to get some tartness in the finish doesn't mean that it's a sour beer.

The blue moon beer is technically a Saison/Farmhouse ale, and that style has a very different flavor profile than a Flanders Red. WAY different.
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I think you might want to try a classic Flanders Red before you judge it. I get some tartness from 80 acre, but it's nothing like a Duchesse or a Rodenbach Grand Cru. I'd bet on it.
Me? I've tried both of those.
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I see your point but the description reads this...

Farmhouse Ales were brewed for the diligent farmhands who drew the short straw and had to work the arduous harvest. Our brewmaster’s expression blends the spiciness of a Farmhouse Ale with the tartness of a Flanders Red for a remarkably refreshing finish.
Hmm. The description on the sampler 12-pack says "Farmhouse red ale brewed with hibiscus, coriander, and white pepper."

In any case, nothing like the Flanders reds or browns I've had.
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Considering that this was announced in 2011, I would be surprised if it hasn't been posted somewhere around here. Regardless, this is the first I've heard about it and it is getting ready to debut, so here you go:

Hanson, that's right, the former Tiger Beat heartthrob band Hanson, is releasing a beer by the name Mmmhops Pale Ale.

http://beerpulse.com/2013/05/hanson-...ow-exists-428/
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Me? I've tried both of those.
Nah man, I was speaking primarily to Lewdog.

You sir, seem to be coming along nicely in "trying of the sours" department.
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so i'm going to be moving people the next two weekends

what are people's favorite summer beers?

something with a lower abv (<7%), and not a palate wrecker
Schafly's Kolsch.
Shiner's FM 966 Farmhouse
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Popped my first Love Child 3 last night. Loved that beer. I was going to send one to my brother in Montana in a swap for some huckleberry/jalapeno jelly I use to make a bbq sauce, but I don't think I can do it. They're mine, all mine.
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Schafly's Kolsch.
Shiner's FM 966 Farmhouse
had no idea shiner made a farmhouse ale...
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Can anyone recommend a smartphone app that would tell you the hop profile of the beer I am drinking at the time.

Example: I am curious about what is in this delicious beer in my hand, and I open my app and type in Sierra Nevada, and Pale Ale.

The app returns this information:
Malts: Two row Pale, Caramel
Yeast: Ale yeast
Bittering Hops: Magnum, Perle
Aroma Hops: Cascade
ABV: 5.6
IPU: 38

I like to put a name on a particular flavor I am noticing.
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Popped my first Love Child 3 last night. Loved that beer. I was going to send one to my brother in Montana in a swap for some huckleberry/jalapeno jelly I use to make a bbq sauce, but I don't think I can do it. They're mine, all mine.
Pretty good, huh? Surprisingly tart. I have one bottle left.
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