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Itís warming up, what is your seasonal beer of choice?


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pepsican 1445:46
For those lucky enough to get seasons, do you find yourself switching to lighter, less abv beers when it starts to warm up? New Glarus Edel Pils is surprisingly tasty this year. We just got in 3 week old Shift at work, definitely going to take home a 4 pack of that tonight.

What have you been drinking lately?
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GT2 8430:598
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5/14/2013 12:27:59 PM

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SrSilliGose 3257:252
jabbyed brau when it is warmer, my brother
5/14/2013 12:28:51 PM

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TheHOFF43 1751:108
Weather doesnít dictate what I drink really. If its really cold I might drink more stouts but I can always enjoy a nice IPA
5/14/2013 12:29:27 PM

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CheesedMan 555:12
Originally posted by GT2
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This
5/14/2013 12:34:41 PM

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madvike 2729:3
Lots of New Glarus Edel Pils, Dancing Man, and Thumbprint Berliner.
5/14/2013 12:37:41 PM

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pepsican 1445:46
Originally posted by khoffman43
Weather doesnít dictate what I drink really. If its really cold I might drink more stouts but I can always enjoy a nice IPA


Really? A nice 14% barrel aged beast on the porch when itís 95 degrees is more appealing than a crisp pilsner?
5/14/2013 12:39:08 PM

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drowland 6033:172
Originally posted by GT2
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Good shit. Iíve lifted some pints at Aardwolf for sure (before their brews were on).

Narragansett is on sale for $4.99 for a sixer of 16oz cans at work right now, so Iíve lifted a few of those as of late.
5/14/2013 12:39:32 PM

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drowland 6033:172
Originally posted by randomgarbage
Originally posted by khoffman43
Weather doesnít dictate what I drink really. If its really cold I might drink more stouts but I can always enjoy a nice IPA


Really? A nice 14% barrel aged beast on the porch when itís 95 degrees is more appealing than a crisp pilsner?


I actually donít find myself to be a seasonal drinker either. Iíve definitely pounded Ten Fidys on the beach and 750s of Avec le Bons Voeux
5/14/2013 12:40:39 PM

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Half Acre Akari Shogun and Lagunitas Day Time
5/14/2013 12:42:38 PM

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AdamJackson 2599:186
Originally posted by drowland
Originally posted by randomgarbage
Originally posted by khoffman43
Weather doesnít dictate what I drink really. If its really cold I might drink more stouts but I can always enjoy a nice IPA


Really? A nice 14% barrel aged beast on the porch when itís 95 degrees is more appealing than a crisp pilsner?


I actually donít find myself to be a seasonal drinker either. Iíve definitely pounded Ten Fidys on the beach and 750s of Avec le Bons Voeux


Same here. I pretty much drink whatever I want year round.
5/14/2013 12:44:11 PM

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