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    Nizmo- The Grolsch has always been around in my area (well, as best I can recall). Only beer I`ve had for so long I can`t even begin to remember buying anything else. I generally only drink it at certain Jag Club events, otherwise beer just doesn`t do it for me.

    Not wild about the taste, absolutely *OPPOSED* to consuming something /anything with, uhm...it`s nutritional profile...and for me it`s an utterly lousy way to get inebriated when that`s the goal.

    Heh heh, I probably have over 100 sodas annually (roughly 2/week), but *a few hundred beers* is hard for me to get my head around, even if I did undoubtedly drink that many of `em ~40 years ago.

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    I have found nothing better than my good old Miller Lite. In the 16oz aluminum bottles. I have never tasted a fresher domestic beer. Had it in the glass bottles, but their is something about the aluminum bottles that put it over the top.
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    Been aging these since 2013 or 2014, I forget

    Cracked one for the holiday

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    Anyone try the new Sam Adams 76?
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    Been aging these since 2013 or 2014, I forget

    Cracked one for the holiday

    Wow
    Surprising you guys get that stuff all the way down there! Made semi-local in my area (well, Delaware, but close enough). I`ll have to see if I can grab some of that, although IPA`s are a summer thing for me. Although ironically the local distributor sells beer from Southern Star Brewing. Tried out their Buried Hatchet Stout and it was amazing! Although dummy me didn`t check the ABV % and it was 8.25%; I tried it on an empty stomach. Ooops.
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    Heh heh..."aging 120 minute IPA".

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    I am not one for flavored beer etc. But over the weekend for fathers day at her parents house, her brother gave me one of these to take home and try. Hit the porch in the evening and popped it open. WOW!! I never thought it would taste so good. Stupid expensive. I think he told me $45 case. This would be perfect for a hot summer evening outside relaxing. Would I want a case? NO. I would imaging the apple taste would get old after awhile.
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    I am not one for flavored beer etc. But over the weekend for fathers day at her parents house, her brother gave me one of these to take home and try. Hit the porch in the evening and popped it open. WOW!! I never thought it would taste so good. Stupid expensive. I think he told me $45 case. This would be perfect for a hot summer evening outside relaxing. Would I want a case? NO. I would imaging the apple taste would get old after awhile.
    Have you had much exposure to hard cider before? While I`m not familiar with the one you posted, I would recommend either the original Strongbow or Smith Forge. Strongbow was popular when I lived in the UK. I had not found another cider I really liked until I got my hands on a sample of Smith Forge one day. Neither are easy for me to find in my area, so I jump on them when available.

    I will admit, I`ll only drink hard cider in the summer and will spread out a six pack over several weeks.

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    Worthy of the Yuengling name for sure. I`ve had a couple 12 packs worth and I feel it`s excellent for the money. Crisp and refreshing.
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    Worthy of the Yuengling name for sure. I`ve had a couple 12 packs worth and I feel it`s excellent for the money. Crisp and refreshing.
    Picked up 2 bottles yesterday to try this weekend. Along with my normal case of Miller Lite. It`s a good thing that you can try singles now from a beer distributor. Gives you the chance to see if you are going to like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nizmo View Post
    Worthy of the Yuengling name for sure. I`ve had a couple 12 packs worth and I feel it`s excellent for the money. Crisp and refreshing.
    It was impressive. Very good Pilsner.
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    I tried a new one (for me) from a local place last night, Hop Life Brewing Nut House Coffee Porter. Best way I can describe it is like a pecan waffle from Waffle House, drizzled with maple syrup and washed down with a hot, fresh cup of coffee....not bad at all in my opinion.

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