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    The important stuff: What beer?

    What beer is going to be available at the rally? I'll reserve my opinion of midwestern beer for later in the thread.


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    You have to be kidding?
    In Wisconsin...it's all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTim View Post
    You have to be kidding?
    In Wisconsin...it's all good
    I'll be on the hunt for crisp pilsners with good bite, hoppy IPAs, sturdy chocolatey stouts, even fresh Hefeweizens or dare I even suggest a Lambic or two. Anything but stuff like the Wisconsin beer we tried last November at some supposedly famous brew place where every beer I sampled was a variation on sweetened budweiser strained through a dirty sock. Maybe I just forgot to add the cheese.


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    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post
    I'll be on the hunt for crisp pilsners with good bite, hoppy IPAs, sturdy chocolatey stouts, even fresh Hefeweizens or dare I even suggest a Lambic or two. Anything but stuff like the Wisconsin beer we tried last November at some supposedly famous brew place where every beer I sampled was a variation on sweetened budweiser strained through a dirty sock. Maybe I just forgot to add the cheese.

    i got no clue where to find anything but high life.....
    what kind of lambic?
    fruit
    mixed
    faro????


    also knary weren't you sick that weekend? a touch of the flu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodag View Post
    i got no clue where to find anything but high life.....
    what kind of lambic?
    fruit
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    faro????
    I prefer my belgians un-fruited. But I'll mostly be on the hunt for pilseners. Best, IMO, are the german - Bitburger, Radebeger or even old faithful, Spaten.

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    Ah, yes. Thank you. I'll muddle through so long as I stay away from the New Glarus Spotted Cow which is the exact beer that reminded me of unfortunately bland sweetened sweaty budweiser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knary View Post
    Ah, yes. Thank you. I'll muddle through so long as I stay away from the New Glarus Spotted Cow which is the exact beer that reminded me of unfortunately bland sweetened sweaty budweiser.
    Blasphemy.

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    WOW...beer drinking has got so complicated. Used to be a bag of pork rinds, a cold Bud and a juke box would do just fine...

    But I am looking forward to new brew, as long as it's cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie View Post
    Blasphemy.
    Be nice. I can rename you.

    I usually tell people that I don't like overly hoppy beer, but I forget that hoppy anywhere else is nearly a golden lager around here.

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    I like beer. I have to try them to know if I like them. New Glarus? The stuff I had was OK and didn't suffer too badly from the usual over malt and over hop problem most microbreweries suffer from.

    Anybody know if I can get a SNPA there?
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    Ale??

    Is there a possibility of a darkish hoppy ale? I have no (almost none) taste.
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    beer is very similiar to bread...
    some people like the taste of wonder bread beers that can handle 6 week ocean voyages with temperature extremes and rough handling, traveling sometimes thousands of miles before being drank.

    others prefer the still warm fresh bread taste of the local bakery down the street

    luckily hops are a preservative in beer, and provide something to taste after the delicate flavors have been destroyed

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    Definitely a subjective medium.
    If everyone liked the same things wouldn't this be a boring world?

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    a blind taste test challenge may be in order....


    that means we drink beer till we can't see so good

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