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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by Allezchat » Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm

polsongrizz wrote:ImagePicked up two of these this week...Hopefully I live another ten years when I open it. [emoji38]
I have one being sent to me. Excited to try it.

Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by MrTitleist » Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am

Allezchat wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm
Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by fanofzoo » Sun May 06, 2018 12:19 pm

MrTitleist wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am
Allezchat wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm
Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.

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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by grizband » Sun May 06, 2018 12:28 pm

fanofzoo wrote:
MrTitleist wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am
Allezchat wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm
Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.
I appreciate Rheinhesgoboht purity bets, and experimental beers equally. Wish I were oin Missoula to try Tyne various cold smoke varietals, especially the barrel aged version.

Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by fanofzoo » Sun May 06, 2018 2:50 pm

grizband wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 12:28 pm
fanofzoo wrote:
MrTitleist wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am
Allezchat wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm
Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.
I appreciate Rheinhesgoboht purity bets, and experimental beers equally. Wish I were oin Missoula to try Tyne various cold smoke varietals, especially the barrel aged version.

Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by MrTitleist » Sun May 06, 2018 4:43 pm

grizband wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 12:28 pm
fanofzoo wrote:
MrTitleist wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am
Allezchat wrote:
Sat May 05, 2018 8:46 pm
Did anyone try the cherry, coconut, coffee and barrel-aged cold smokes this week?

Had the blueberry lactose IPA from smelter in anaconda this last weekend. And the guava gose. They were good. Surprised something good came out of anaconda.

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I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.
I appreciate Rheinhesgoboht purity bets, and experimental beers equally. Wish I were oin Missoula to try Tyne various cold smoke varietals, especially the barrel aged version.

Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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Gose's are great summer beers. Otra Vez from Sierra Nevada this year... whooboy, gonna drink a lot of those this summer.
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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by GrizMusician » Sun May 06, 2018 5:27 pm

MrTitleist wrote:
grizband wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 12:28 pm
fanofzoo wrote:
MrTitleist wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:36 am
I had the bourbon Coldsmoke.. had a hard time getting excited. Had Waldo the night before, so it's possibly my taste buds were still dead.

The gose at Anaconda was damn good. They did a great job with it, better than most all of Draughtworks' gose's.
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.
I appreciate Rheinhesgoboht purity bets, and experimental beers equally. Wish I were oin Missoula to try Tyne various cold smoke varietals, especially the barrel aged version.

Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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Gose's are great summer beers. Otra Vez from Sierra Nevada this year... whooboy, gonna drink a lot of those this summer.
I have been looking for those here in Montana and couldn’t find them at all last summer. Great brew.


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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by grizfnz » Sun May 06, 2018 5:29 pm

grizband wrote:
Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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As long as salt or other spices aren’t added.


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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by MrTitleist » Sun May 06, 2018 5:34 pm

GrizMusician wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 5:27 pm
MrTitleist wrote:
grizband wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 12:28 pm
fanofzoo wrote:
Thank God the Germans still have the beer purity law that has been on the books for several hundred years.
I appreciate Rheinhesgoboht purity bets, and experimental beers equally. Wish I were oin Missoula to try Tyne various cold smoke varietals, especially the barrel aged version.

Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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Gose's are great summer beers. Otra Vez from Sierra Nevada this year... whooboy, gonna drink a lot of those this summer.
I have been looking for those here in Montana and couldn’t find them at all last summer. Great brew.


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Re: Five Beers to Try Before I Die

Post by grizband » Sun May 06, 2018 5:44 pm

grizfnz wrote:
grizband wrote:
Goses are fantastic, and I believe fall under German purity laws.

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As long as salt or other spices aren’t added.


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I believe salt is an acceptable addition, because it mimics the salt from the beers namesake region of Germany. So, it doesn't regionally follow the purity laws, but it's given an exemption.

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Post by PeauxRouge » Sun May 06, 2018 8:06 pm

If any of you are unfortunate enough to have celiac issues and are disappointed at the lack of offerings in MT being Red Bridge, Bard's and Green's, do yourself a favor and order some beer from Ghostfish brewery based in Seattle. Fantastic and they have been brewing actual stout's and porters, which I had been missing so badly since my diagnosis. You can order them from here: (And they do ship to MT)

http://www.marinamarket.com/search.php? ... on=product

Groundbreaker in Portland also makes better than average GF beers, including a good Dark Ale and some seasonal Porter's/Stouts. You can buy them here (assuming they are in stock)

http://www.bringonthebeer.com/shop-beer ... free-beers

I am full on jealous of you suckers who don't have gut issues.

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Post by Ursa Major » Sun May 06, 2018 10:06 pm

The imagery this thread invokes with all you well-healed bastards talking about the Hun's Purity Laws and digestive problems when it comes to beer.

I can imagine the low rumbling of a built big-block 383 as it idles outside your homes at dawn, under the hood of Booby Dildo's Dodge Powerwagon. In the box of the truck, Snap impatiently awaits any sign of life outside your homes to start winging freshly emptied PBR bottles at your heads while questioning your manhood. In a blink of the eye, the assault is over as the 60 series bias-ply tires squeal to life. You`re left on the ground of your front lawn wondering what a cold pack of Schmidt is going for these days.
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Post by CDAGRIZ » Sun May 06, 2018 10:31 pm

Ursa Major wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:06 pm
The imagery this thread invokes with all you well-healed bastards talking about the Hun's Purity Laws and digestive problems when it comes to beer.

I can imagine the low rumbling of a built big-block 383 as it idles outside your homes at dawn, under the hood of Booby Dildo's Dodge Powerwagon. In the box of the truck, Snap impatiently awaits any sign of life outside your homes to start winging freshly emptied PBR bottles at your heads while questioning your manhood. In a blink of the eye, the assault is over as the 60 series bias-ply tires squeal to life. You`re left on the ground of your front lawn wondering what a cold pack of Schmidt is going for these days.
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I don't hand these out. That one gets it. POTY nom.
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Post by kemajic » Mon May 07, 2018 12:57 am

Ursa Major wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:06 pm
The imagery this thread invokes with all you well-healed bastards talking about the Hun's Purity Laws and digestive problems when it comes to beer.

I can imagine the low rumbling of a built big-block 383 as it idles outside your homes at dawn, under the hood of Booby Dildo's Dodge Powerwagon. In the box of the truck, Snap impatiently awaits any sign of life outside your homes to start winging freshly emptied PBR bottles at your heads while questioning your manhood. In a blink of the eye, the assault is over as the 60 series bias-ply tires squeal to life. You`re left on the ground of your front lawn wondering what a cold pack of Schmidt is going for these days.
This endless waste of space hyping these yuppie beers has been saved by your post which lands right in my wheelhouse, of MoPar big blocks, Powerwagons and conventional domestic beer. This from a guy who spent a lot of time in Germany.

1. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)
2. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)
3. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)
4. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)
5. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)

Those 5 usually take about an hour.
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Post by bgbigdog » Mon May 07, 2018 6:18 am

:( I guess it’s finally the off-season. What are we, about half way there?
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Post by statler & waldorf » Mon May 07, 2018 6:28 am

kemajic wrote:
Mon May 07, 2018 12:57 am

This from a guy who spent a lot of time in Germany.
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Before or after the war? :lol:

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Post by zengriz » Mon May 07, 2018 6:57 am

kemajic wrote:
Mon May 07, 2018 12:57 am
1. Budweiser Select (not that 55 sh!t)
...like beer from the biggest brewery in the world...
...like i like flying in planes from the biggest builder...
...if fact if boeing made beer..be drinking a 997 now...

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Post by fanofzoo » Mon May 07, 2018 9:52 am

I made Munich in October once, so I consider myself "saved", never to go back to the dark side.

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Post by Cotton-eyed Hoe » Mon May 07, 2018 6:02 pm

CDAGRIZ wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:31 pm
Ursa Major wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:06 pm
The imagery this thread invokes with all you well-healed bastards talking about the Hun's Purity Laws and digestive problems when it comes to beer.

I can imagine the low rumbling of a built big-block 383 as it idles outside your homes at dawn, under the hood of Booby Dildo's Dodge Powerwagon. In the box of the truck, Snap impatiently awaits any sign of life outside your homes to start winging freshly emptied PBR bottles at your heads while questioning your manhood. In a blink of the eye, the assault is over as the 60 series bias-ply tires squeal to life. You`re left on the ground of your front lawn wondering what a cold pack of Schmidt is going for these days.
:clap:
I don't hand these out. That one gets it. POTY nom.
Solid top to bottom.
A much-needed dose of reality, Ursa. Thank you. It's not hard to imagine Titleist, PeauxRouge and the rest of these fruit-beer drinking rollerbladers kicking back with a huckleberry/pomegranate Gose and tapping their feet to the milquetoast vibe of "Casino Royale" by Herb Alpert. Ugh.

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Post by CDAGRIZ » Mon May 07, 2018 7:41 pm

Cotton-eyed Hoe wrote:
Mon May 07, 2018 6:02 pm
CDAGRIZ wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:31 pm
Ursa Major wrote:
Sun May 06, 2018 10:06 pm
The imagery this thread invokes with all you well-healed bastards talking about the Hun's Purity Laws and digestive problems when it comes to beer.

I can imagine the low rumbling of a built big-block 383 as it idles outside your homes at dawn, under the hood of Booby Dildo's Dodge Powerwagon. In the box of the truck, Snap impatiently awaits any sign of life outside your homes to start winging freshly emptied PBR bottles at your heads while questioning your manhood. In a blink of the eye, the assault is over as the 60 series bias-ply tires squeal to life. You`re left on the ground of your front lawn wondering what a cold pack of Schmidt is going for these days.
:clap:
I don't hand these out. That one gets it. POTY nom.
Solid top to bottom.
A much-needed dose of reality, Ursa. Thank you. It's not hard to imagine Titleist, PeauxRouge and the rest of these fruit-beer drinking rollerbladers kicking back with a huckleberry/pomegranate Gose and tapping their feet to the milquetoast vibe of "Casino Royale" by Herb Alpert. Ugh.
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