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Thanksgiving Brews...


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OmegaX 1249:21
With thanksgiving a few days away, I got to thinking about what type of meal to prepare. Then I got to thinking about if I had a nice beer to have with that dinner, what would it be? Personally, I never usually drink at special holiday meals with the family but now that I think about it, a nicely paired brew would hit the spot. Sooo....for those of you having a brew with the thanksgiving meal or a nice brew for an after dinner treat, what is it going to be?

If I was going to choose something simple Iíd probably stick with a nice maduro brown. A nice cider like J.K. Solstice wouldnít be bad either...
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b3shine 5304:262
Iíll probably go with something like a Prima Pils with dinner; wanna stay light and refreshing with all the food Iíll be consuming, and not have anything big weigh me down. Then either an imperial stout or barleywine, probably barreled, once I am done eating. I donít have a sweet tooth, and prefer to drink my desserts.
11/18/2012 3:44:20 PM

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UDBeernut 1652:114
My wife has added a IPA to here brine the last few years with great results. I usually keep with that a stick to a solid IPA. 2 years ago Stone, last year Southern Tier IPA, This year is SN Celebration.
11/18/2012 3:49:52 PM

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McGrupp612 139:1
I have a bottle of allagash tripel that has been in the cellar that Iím going to try with dinner. BCBS or BA autumn maple after dinner.
11/18/2012 3:51:17 PM

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CLevar 376:10
I will be doing mostly homebrew (A few different sours, etc), and maybe some firestone walker parabola to finish off the day
11/18/2012 4:02:24 PM

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bierkitty 158:13
Home brewed pumpkin beer or a nice saison. I like the cider idea also.
11/18/2012 4:41:14 PM

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Phillies08Champs 686:26
Turkey pairs best with Belgian Triple.
11/18/2012 4:48:09 PM

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thome50 1018:21
Belgian Red to start. Apple Ale with dinner. Treat or Bruery Autumn Maple to finish it out. Might mix in a Cranbic at some point. AKA, mostly Wisconsin beer.
11/18/2012 5:05:10 PM

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TheWhiteWolf 3:
Left Hand Nitro stout. The Nitro + food is divine.
11/18/2012 5:07:42 PM

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JLLSU 238:1
Iíll probably be drinking Sofie with dinner, then whatever I feel like afterwards. I usually get pretty buzzed (not quick) on Thanksgiving. My personal favorite hiliday.
11/18/2012 5:52:33 PM

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lithy 2996:156
Every Thanksgiving I take a look at the 3L bottles I have and think I should attempt to drink one. I did it once with the Corsendonk Brown. I still have the Augustijn to try and work through. It seems like a daunting task.
11/18/2012 6:20:45 PM

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