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    For American Craft Beer week, on May 17, 2016 Red Rock is doing a 3-course meal paired with Paardebloem, Reve, and Furlong.

    I can't quite justify dropping the $75.00 per person for it, but I may eventually convince myself otherwise. Paardebloem and Furlong are amazing. I've never had the Reve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    With the fabulous distribution of beer into Utah, I've only tried one of those brands of beer. Dogfish Head is really really good beer, but I've only tried a couple of their IPAs.
    Their assortment of (x)-minute IPA's are probably my favorite IPA's. the most recent beer I had from them, Fort, is fantastic. So tasty, and just heavy enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoylenOver View Post
    Their assortment of (x)-minute IPA's are probably my favorite IPA's. the most recent beer I had from them, Fort, is fantastic. So tasty, and just heavy enough.
    Now we are going to get a joke from HFN about what if you don't drink it in (x) minutes.

    I had the 90 and 60 minute IPA. Both were good. I can't say that I liked it anymore than Elephino or 2Rows Random IPA. For our shitty distribution, we really do have fantastic breweries here to make up for it.
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    The liquor store had the tangerine Hop Nosh last night. It was good. While I love citrus in an IPA, this one was a bit heavier than I like with citrus. I'll probably buy again, but it won't be my first choice.

    I also saw a new Uinta Ale brewed with cucumber and aged in gin barrels. I got a bomber of it, but didn't partake last night. I may partake tonight. Unita has kind of gone crazy with the number of styles they are brewing these days.
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    I just watched Jackass 2.5 on Netflix, which consists of some of the greatest misses or outtakes from Jackass 2. The gang went to India and they tracked down that guy with the world's longest fingernails. Dude was standing up on a platform, produced a bottle of Miller or Miller Lite (I don't remember) and said, "it's Miller Time" and proceeded to pour the beer on his hand, down his nails and into the mouth of Steve-O, who made a show of acting like it was gross. His buddies were saying things like, "I don't think he's ever washed those nails!" and consequently Steve-O threw up, grossing out the girls who were there in attendance. My question is: do you think he threw up because of the thought of the fingernails in his beer or because Miller is just that sub-par?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    I just watched Jackass 2.5 on Netflix, which consists of some of the greatest misses or outtakes from Jackass 2. The gang went to India and they tracked down that guy with the world's longest fingernails. Dude was standing up on a platform, produced a bottle of Miller or Miller Lite (I don't remember) and said, "it's Miller Time" and proceeded to pour the beer on his hand, down his nails and into the mouth of Steve-O, who made a show of acting like it was gross. His buddies were saying things like, "I don't think he's ever washed those nails!" and consequently Steve-O threw up, grossing out the girls who were there in attendance. My question is: do you think he threw up because of the thought of the fingernails in his beer or because Miller is just that sub-par?
    I'd say it is a little from column A and a little from column B.
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    Got 3 different Dogfish Head IPAs to try, a Breakside Brewery IPA, and tried some good sours recently. Been a good beer week.

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    Funk, how do you explain this?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by falafel View Post
    Funk, how do you explain this?!?

    I'd probably say nice things about that swill if they paid me enough money.

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    Red Rock - White Rainbow IPA. Definitely a good summer ale, but I'd still take an Elephino over it any day.

    Red Rock - CoHOPeration India Rye Lager. I liked this one more than I expected. I do think rye done right in a beer really is great. I don't drink lagers much, but I really liked this one.

    Proper - SkittleBrau. Nice solid Saison with raspberry puree. Really refreshing summer beer.

    With trying these beers, I haven't had the Dogfish or Breakside IPAs yet.
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    Epic Brainless Raspberries. Ridic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBCoug View Post
    Epic Brainless Raspberries. Ridic.
    Really? Not a big fan of Epic's fruit Saisons. Its been awhile, maybe I should try them again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    Really? Not a big fan of Epic's fruit Saisons. Its been awhile, maybe I should try them again.
    Have you tried Red Rock's Le Quatre Saison? I'm not much of a beer drinker, but when I do drink beer, Le Quatre is my go-to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Non Sequitur View Post
    Have you tried Red Rock's Le Quatre Saison? I'm not much of a beer drinker, but when I do drink beer, Le Quatre is my go-to.
    Yes I've had it. I like it. I don't drink it much as I usually don't drink Saisons.

    Red Rock is my favorite local Brewery.

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    Uinta is going to be releasing a kettle soured IPA. Hell yes, I'll be trying that one as soon as it is released.

    Red Rock to be releasing Forbidden Peach sometime in the near future. It is a Belgian Ale with fresh Brigham City peaches that is barrel aged with brett yeast. I'll definitely be standing in line for that one when it is released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyFreeNorthwest View Post
    This made me think of our own mpfunk
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    FTR, I like Arrogant Bastard Ale.

    Things have been pretty boring these days on the Utah beer scene. Nothing really exciting has come up in the past month or so, but I think that will be changing soon. I keep furiously checking for Red Rock's release date of Forbidden Peach. I'm hoping that they do a Saturday release so I don't have to take time off work to get a couple of bottles. I'm also hoping to get some lead time to get a babysitter so that I can go with Mrs. Funk and get 4 bottles instead of 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    I'm also hoping to get some lead time to get a babysitter so that I can go with Mrs. Funk and get 4 bottles instead of 2.
    You really know how to show a woman a good time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheidippides View Post
    Wait, there's a whole thread for this?
    There is a hockey thread too. God help us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    There is a hockey thread too. God help us.
    Mpfunk can keep the hockey to himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    There is a hockey thread too. God help us.
    At least I haven't started a comic book thread yet.
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    Okay. Let's now get serious. Texas is not the beer state that Colorado and Oregon are but we have some decent offerings in Houston. St. Arnold's is the older one but for my money the best place in town is Karbach. Their Weisse Versa is my favorite wheat beer, and when I want to go the other way their Hop Delusion is shockingly good for something over 100 IBUs. They also have a bourbon barrel aged stout that is amazing but a bit harder to get. Extra points for a great beer garden that had one of the best heavy metal cover bands I have heard on a Thursday. They have made exactly one bad beer and that is it.

    If I'm going to reach outside of Houston I'm going to say Dogfish Head (and especially their 90 minute IPA), just about everything Lagunitas does, and Deschutes Mirror Pond. Oddly, the best pilsner I've had goes to Sam Adams and their Noble Pils (which I have had exactly once). Pilsner Urquell is also magnificent if you can find one that isn't skunked from the Atlantic voyage. And in Houston the St. Arnold's 5'o'clock Pils has earned it's reputation.

    Beer brewed with fruit is for people who are tired of being made fun of for drinking Leinenkugel all the time but are still not able to put on their big boy pants and drink something solid. This is especially true if the beer in question is Abita. Exception can be made for a grapefruit sculpin but nothing else.

    I had some great beers in London this year but since I can't get them here I promptly forgot their names. Also, the Biergarten in the Germany portion of Epcot is fun. I had a mug that made a Super Big Gulp look small by comparison, after which I danced the polka (literally true, and pictures exist). A good time to be sure.
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    Comments from above - Deschutes Fresh Squeezed is my favorite of their offering. Not a huge fan of the Dogfish Head stuff. Its ok but I just think there is better stuff here in socal.

    Favorites right now:

    Pretty much anything by Nobel Ale Works: Galaxy Showers for a double IPA, Big Whig for a single, and if you are in CA you have to try Naughty Sauce its a golden milk stout with coffee and its served on a nitro tap. I am not a stout guy but it is amazing. I order it every time I see it.

    El Segundo Brewing Company is putting out great stuff. Very IPA focused (It is SoCal after all) They are all great and they even have a beer called Broken Skull that is co-marketed with Stone Cold Steve Austin so you know its bad ass. Hop Tanker or Two Five Left are my favorites though.

    Stone's "Enjoy By" series is very good but they just finished up Enjoy By 7-4 and i don't know when the next release is. Can you get Enjoy By in other states? If you can get it you should try it. Its the best beer Stone makes by far.

    Knee Deep Brewing Company is also very IPA focused but that have some awesome ones...Breaking Bud or Hoptoligist are my go to selections from these guys

    This is what I am drinking lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    Comments from above - Deschutes Fresh Squeezed is my favorite of their offering. Not a huge fan of the Dogfish Head stuff. Its ok but I just think there is better stuff here in socal.

    Favorites right now:

    Pretty much by Nobel Ale Works: Galaxy Showers for a double IPA, Big Whig for a single, and if you are in CA you have to try Naughty Sauce its a golden milk stout with coffee and its served on a nitro tap. I am not a stout guy but it is amazing. I order it every time I see it.

    El Segundo Brewing Company is putting out great stuff. Very IPA focused (It is SoCal after all) They are all great and they even have a beer called Broken Skull that is co-marketed with Stone Cold Steve Austin so you know its bad ass. Hop Tanker or Two Five Left are my favorites though.

    Stone's "Enjoy By" series is very good but they just finished up Enjoy By 7-4 and i don't know when the next release is. Can you get Enjoy By in other states? If you can get it you should try it. Its the best beer Stone makes by far.

    Knee Deep Brewing Company is also very IPA focused but that have some awesome ones...Breaking Bud or Hoptoligist are my go to selections from these guys

    This is what I am drinking lately.
    Not all of those are available in my area. I do love fresh squeezed - how do you feel about their pine drops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheidippides View Post
    Okay. Let's now get serious. Texas is not the beer state that Colorado and Oregon are but we have some decent offerings in Houston. St. Arnold's is the older one but for my money the best place in town is Karbach. Their Weisse Versa is my favorite wheat beer, and when I want to go the other way their Hop Delusion is shockingly good for something over 100 IBUs. They also have a bourbon barrel aged stout that is amazing but a bit harder to get. Extra points for a great beer garden that had one of the best heavy metal cover bands I have heard on a Thursday. They have made exactly one bad beer and that is it.

    If I'm going to reach outside of Houston I'm going to say Dogfish Head (and especially their 90 minute IPA), just about everything Lagunitas does, and Deschutes Mirror Pond. Oddly, the best pilsner I've had goes to Sam Adams and their Noble Pils (which I have had exactly once). Pilsner Urquell is also magnificent if you can find one that isn't skunked from the Atlantic voyage. And in Houston the St. Arnold's 5'o'clock Pils has earned it's reputation.

    Beer brewed with fruit is for people who are tired of being made fun of for drinking Leinenkugel all the time but are still not able to put on their big boy pants and drink something solid. This is especially true if the beer in question is Abita. Exception can be made for a grapefruit sculpin but nothing else.

    I had some great beers in London this year but since I can't get them here I promptly forgot their names. Also, the Biergarten in the Germany portion of Epcot is fun. I had a mug that made a Super Big Gulp look small by comparison, after which I danced the polka (literally true, and pictures exist). A good time to be sure.
    Lagunitas and Deschutes both make good beer. However, I just don't drink it that much because I think I can get local stuff that is just as good or better and I like supporting the local breweries. I don't care what any says, Utah has good breweries.

    If you are a pilsner fan (I'm not a big fan), next time you are in Utah give Bohemian's pilsner a try. It is really good for a pilsner, but kind of boring as I see all pilsners for the most part.

    With your fruit beers comment, I think you aren't making the proper exceptions for sours. I'm not a fan of most fruit beers, most of it falls into your category. Sours are a whole different ballgame. There are some fantastic sours that have fruit in them. Paardebloem is outstanding. I had a couple of sours at Great Notion in Portland that had fruit in them and were really good. Seriously, you need to try some sours/wild ales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    Comments from above - Deschutes Fresh Squeezed is my favorite of their offering. Not a huge fan of the Dogfish Head stuff. Its ok but I just think there is better stuff here in socal.

    Favorites right now:

    Pretty much by Nobel Ale Works: Galaxy Showers for a double IPA, Big Whig for a single, and if you are in CA you have to try Naughty Sauce its a golden milk stout with coffee and its served on a nitro tap. I am not a stout guy but it is amazing. I order it every time I see it.

    El Segundo Brewing Company is putting out great stuff. Very IPA focused (It is SoCal after all) They are all great and they even have a beer called Broken Skull that is co-marketed with Stone Cold Steve Austin so you know its bad ass. Hop Tanker or Two Five Left are my favorites though.

    Stone's "Enjoy By" series is very good but they just finished up Enjoy By 7-4 and i don't know when the next release is. Can you get Enjoy By in other states? If you can get it you should try it. Its the best beer Stone makes by far.

    Knee Deep Brewing Company is also very IPA focused but that have some awesome ones...Breaking Bud or Hoptoligist are my go to selections from these guys

    This is what I am drinking lately.
    I need to just take a pilgrimage to SoCal to try Nobel and El Segundo. I think you have mentioned those to me before. Distribution into Utah sucks. There is good local stuff, but not distribution into the state. Never seen Stone Enjoy By anywhere that I've gone. However, RedBird made a comment about having one earlier and he is in the Northeast, so clearly there is some distribution.

    Any SoCal sours that you would recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pheidippides View Post
    I had some great beers in London this year but since I can't get them here I promptly forgot their names. Also, the Biergarten in the Germany portion of Epcot is fun. I had a mug that made a Super Big Gulp look small by comparison, after which I danced the polka (literally true, and pictures exist). A good time to be sure.
    This is actually my favorite restaurant at Epcot. I go there for the food...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    Lagunitas and Deschutes both make good beer. However, I just don't drink it that much because I think I can get local stuff that is just as good or better and I like supporting the local breweries. I don't care what any says, Utah has good breweries.

    If you are a pilsner fan (I'm not a big fan), next time you are in Utah give Bohemian's pilsner a try. It is really good for a pilsner, but kind of boring as I see all pilsners for the most part.

    With your fruit beers comment, I think you aren't making the proper exceptions for sours. I'm not a fan of most fruit beers, most of it falls into your category. Sours are a whole different ballgame. There are some fantastic sours that have fruit in them. Paardebloem is outstanding. I had a couple of sours at Great Notion in Portland that had fruit in them and were really good. Seriously, you need to try some sours/wild ales.
    Sours and lambics are their own thing and do not deserve to be lumped into whatever monstrosity brewed that Abita Strawberry Ale I had once.

    Seriously, Louisiana, you are supposed to be about drunkards. You have the most relaxed open container law in the country. You have drive through margarita places. You also have terrible beer.

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