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4/17/2015 7:10:49 PM

how many proposals so far? just Portlandia?
 
Site News
4/17/2015 7:00:23 PM

weíll find another mrs phaleslu, not too worry...
 
Beer Talk
4/17/2015 5:39:27 PM

you could divide Europe into Old and New ala Donald Rumsfeld.
 
Beer Talk
4/17/2015 8:09:56 AM

[quote]Originally posted by RichTheVillan [quote]Originally posted by Theydon_Bois Greene King IPA ! [/quote] http://i.imgur.com/9rHbISF.jpg [/quote]heís not wearing shoes or s...
 
Beer Talk
4/17/2015 8:09:14 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Vignale [quote]Originally posted by Theis Yes, just enter them, but maybe they all will end here:

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/boon-oude-lambik/2...
 
Beer Talk
4/17/2015 7:45:50 AM

[quote]Originally posted by chriso [quote]Originally posted by madmitch76 A real bugbear of mine - I find many beers a bit on the dry side, and regularly try beers tbat I would (pe...
 
Beer Talk
4/17/2015 6:47:15 AM

This question seems very similar to the last one; the answer is the same.
 
Beer Talk
4/16/2015 7:34:11 PM

[quote]Originally posted by jtclockwork Tasting for my 10K is Sunday with this beast: http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/spellbound-jtclockworks-bezoomny-horrorshow-10k-blend/327051/ [/quote]a hair...
 
Site News
4/16/2015 7:00:29 AM

[quote]Originally posted by dmac Iím against this. I think it will discourage people from rating especially new raters who are unsure on how to rate. [/quote]+1. the forums are bad enough...
 
Site News
4/16/2015 6:59:26 AM

Cheers!
 
Beer Talk
4/16/2015 6:56:18 AM

[quote]Originally posted by CLevar So donít be shy...how many people use this for their rates? [/quote]I just copy other peopleís rates.
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 7:31:02 PM

Chocolate astronaut ice cream and bourbonized honey soar with a side of aspects of cider while heather tips and bubblegum shrapnel frolic alongside pumpernickel toast. Trace forest elements and scalde...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 6:52:01 PM

[quote]Originally posted by ekstedt [quote]Originally posted by Travlr so, itís more than just the packaging date that goes into the decision. and anyway, I think itís the brewing date...
 
Site News
4/15/2015 3:47:29 PM

[quote]Originally posted by pepsican [quote]Originally posted by Travlr [quote]Originally posted by 3fourths [quote]Originally posted by Travlr how do you generate thes...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 3:46:10 PM

the numbers looks like theyíre out of date. RB lists 10 active breweries in WV, not including one contract brewer and a handful of cider and mead producers. the article reports 5.

thatís ju...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 3:41:39 PM

so, itís more than just the packaging date that goes into the decision. and anyway, I think itís the brewing date thatís important, not the packaging date.
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 3:40:40 PM

I could have sworn that the description of Lambic - Unblended included some hints on differentiating between jonge & oud. But either Iím mistaken, or I saw it in a forum post instead. Anyway, my un...
 
Site News
4/15/2015 3:21:33 PM

[quote]Originally posted by 3fourths [quote]Originally posted by Travlr how do you generate these lists? [/quote] they are not generated, itís a menu option under Styles for style ...
 
Site News
4/15/2015 2:47:59 PM

[quote]Originally posted by 3fourths Thereís more to life than stout!

http://www.ratebeer.com/top/all-belgian
http://www.ratebeer.com/top/all-lager
http://www.ratebee...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 12:30:51 PM

[quote]Originally posted by GarethYoung [quote]Originally posted by Travlr [quote]Originally posted by beerinmeear Turnabout is fair play- ímericans like to make fun of the Fre...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 11:46:55 AM

[quote]Originally posted by beerinmeear Turnabout is fair play- ímericans like to make fun of the French, and they would make fun of Belgium too if they had ever heard of it [/quote]there has...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 11:44:16 AM

my palate isnít very sensitive to diacetyl, and sometimes Iím grateful for that.
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 9:58:25 AM

[quote]Originally posted by AdamJackson have you thought about bringing an AeroPress to work? I have a hand-grinder + aeroPress and electric kettle. Fits in the desk drawer and I make 2 cups a...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 9:47:29 AM

[quote]Originally posted by AdamJackson [quote]Originally posted by Travlr coffee [/quote] Same, Just made some AeroPress Blue Bottle Bella Donovan. [/quote]sadly, for me itís ...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 8:37:57 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Marko The ones where acid is added later and not achieved by the brewing process are totally the best. [/quote]I can think of a few like that. As an added benefit,...
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 8:36:50 AM

coffee
 
Beer Talk
4/15/2015 8:10:45 AM

itís not generally thought of as a sour beer, but Americans do buy lots of one particular Belgian beer - Bud Light. Belgium should be proud.
 
Site News
4/15/2015 7:27:38 AM

yo. enjoy Portland. thanks for the beers.
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 8:54:10 PM

[quote]Originally posted by after4ever [quote]Originally posted by theisti [quote]Originally posted by mkgrenwel Of course.

Thereís two ways for something to become...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 12:07:15 PM

[quote]Originally posted by obguthr [quote]Originally posted by obguthr [quote]Originally posted by X [quote]Originally posted by cheap Weíre now making Guinness locall...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 11:29:29 AM

[quote]Originally posted by daknole Damn Iím close to 1000 imperial stouts but not close to 1000 IPAís [/quote]then you canít come to our IPA meetings, which are top secret. but you could fo...
 
Site News
4/14/2015 10:17:45 AM

[quote]Originally posted by phaleslu Man, I really hope thereís no overlap in dates with the vacation I have planned with Ms. phaleslu.... [/quote]separate vacations will give your marriage d...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 10:16:13 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Marko [quote]Originally posted by Travlr One of the main challenges will be the draft offerings of contract beers where no one, including the bar serving th...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 10:10:13 AM

[quote]Originally posted by mjg74 [quote]Originally posted by CH-303 Alright, but apart from all that, what have the Romans ever done for us? [/quote] Brought peace? [/quote]and q...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 9:24:43 AM

One of the main challenges will be the draft offerings of contract beers where no one, including the bar serving them, knows where it was brewed (and I wouldnít expect them to know, in most cases;...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 8:55:09 AM

[quote]Originally posted by TheAlum [quote]Originally posted by Travlr [quote]Originally posted by pepsican [quote]Originally posted by Travlr The DeProef model seems t...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 8:51:07 AM

[quote]Originally posted by pepsican [quote]Originally posted by Travlr The DeProef model seems to be working well for a number of European client brewers. Sounds somewhat similar, exc...
 
Site News
4/14/2015 8:30:26 AM

The top Dane is at #10.
 
Site News
4/14/2015 8:28:52 AM

Nice list once again, Mr. Soegaard, thanks for your efforts!

My backlog is gone, so this is nice progress from the last list, although borkenwomen is nipping at my heels.
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 8:26:24 AM

The DeProef model seems to be working well for a number of European client brewers. Sounds somewhat similar, excpt that you canít belly up to the "DeProef tasting room" to sample the product...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 8:20:59 AM

I had a Destihl gose and a Flanders red in cans last weekend near Philly. Iíd love to see more goses in can, at least. And Floridaweisses!
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 6:50:10 AM

[quote]Originally posted by CH-303 Why do you want it in cans instead of bottles? Except for shipping where lighter is better, Iíd prefer bottles... [/quote]cans are so much easier to pack in...
 
Beer Talk
4/14/2015 6:47:31 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Brigadier [quote]Originally posted by Travlr Congrats to brokensail, the first Ratebeerian to rack up 6k rates from a single state or province anywhere on e...
 
Beer Travel
4/13/2015 3:32:30 PM

[quote]Originally posted by pepsican Tomme approved I hope [/quote]according to my 3-F collab bottle, he spells his name Tommy. [:11]
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 3:21:37 PM

Iím in.
 
Site News
4/13/2015 11:43:54 AM

 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 11:43:36 AM

[quote]Originally posted by kraddel who would be the first 10 k rater... How about stepping up your game, gene? Donít tell me youíre losing the magic ;) [/quote]I travl too much to have ...
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 11:26:42 AM

[quote]Originally posted by SarkyNorthener If you put all those session IPAs in properly as Golden ales he would be on 1K. [/quote][:14]
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 10:15:22 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Travlr but congrats anyway to junior theydon [/quote]and if I could make the font any smaller, I would
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 10:14:44 AM

but congrats anyway to junior theydon
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 10:11:45 AM

[quote]Originally posted by VsXsV [quote]Originally posted by Travlr There are more than 200 Mikkeller beers that arenít linked to a contract brewing location, so I am guessing those a...
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 8:27:10 AM

wow. I hope to never be a member of this prestigious club.
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 8:09:31 AM

There are more than 200 Mikkeller beers that arenít linked to a contract brewing location, so I am guessing those arenít correct either.
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 8:07:01 AM

[quote]Originally posted by Marko Admins DO have to verify where each individual beer from each gypsy brewer is brewed. If you know that something is incorrect or out of date, PLEASE send in a...
 
Site News
4/13/2015 8:02:24 AM

Congrats!
 
Beer Talk
4/13/2015 7:01:10 AM

[quote]Originally posted by JoeinDahlem [quote]Originally posted by Travlr itís where the brewer is registered that counts, not where itís brewed. [/quote] If someone is drinking a...
 
Site News
4/12/2015 8:27:30 PM

[quote]Originally posted by Leighton [quote]Originally posted by Ratman197 Make that 14 members, I just got there today. [/quote] Well done, Ratman! I saw that you were just a...
 
Beer Talk
4/12/2015 8:07:48 PM

[quote]Originally posted by JStax [quote]Originally posted by blipp [quote]Originally posted by JStax If theyre brewing in Connecticut, shouldnt they be a Connecticut rate? [/...
 
Site News
4/12/2015 8:06:39 PM

Well done!
 
Beer Talk
4/12/2015 7:25:59 PM

[quote]Originally posted by princepurple thanks, so you donít think it matters what other reviewers think? ike more experienced people thinking mine is very naive and amateur? [/quote]Your o...
 
Beer Talk
4/12/2015 6:42:37 PM

The best reviews are the ones that help you to remember each beer you drank, and what you thought of them, and to help you decide whether youíd drink them again 1,000 beers from now. You are the best ...
 
Beer Talk
4/12/2015 1:46:39 PM

[quote]Originally posted by X [quote]Originally posted by cheap Weíre now making Guinness locally in Latrobe at the old Rolling Rock plant thanks to Melanie City Brewing. [/quote] ...
 
Site News
4/12/2015 12:09:31 PM

Wow! Awesome, congrats! [:18]
 
Beer Talk
4/12/2015 11:49:41 AM

Is this determined by the place a brewer is licensed?
 
Site News
4/12/2015 7:57:11 AM

and I have lots of IPA rates mainly because every damn brewpub in the US has a damn IPA, and frankly Iím getting a bit tired of them. Some have up to 3 on tap at a time, which is ridiculous.
 
Site News
4/12/2015 7:53:05 AM

Congrats Colin!
 
Site News
4/11/2015 4:24:32 PM

[quote]Originally posted by joet [quote]Originally posted by PhillyBeer2112 I donít wish to win this contest, let someone else have it. Iím just here to give a thumbs up. [:14] [/quo...
 
Beer Talk
4/11/2015 12:24:49 PM

Occasionally
 
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