Beer you're enjoying

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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby Stanny » Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:57 am

I get a lot of beers online - Beer Cartel: http://www.beercartel.com.au/beer/brewe ... ark/to-ol/. Also, Barnys in Sydney is one of the best spots for a constantly changing beer selection. I had To Øl on tap there before!! https://www.facebook.com/barnysfinewinesandales
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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby ysu » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:59 am

Thanks mate, I'll give beercartel - and the To Ol - a go.
Hm...beercartel has nothing in stock. That's not very encouraging.
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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby Stanny » Thu Jan 26, 2017 1:53 am

Stick with it though, they usually update their stock fairly regularly. Enjoy!

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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby pixelboy » Sat May 13, 2017 11:13 pm

I had a few of these on tap up the tavern tonight.. Very tasty winter IPA..

James Squire Interceptor Black IPA

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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby ysu » Sun May 14, 2017 8:47 am

Sounds nice, I'll give it a try.

by the way have you tried the Pirate Life IIPA? Comes in a can but dont't let that fool you, it's magnificent. Really strong, too :)
I've ordered an aussie craft beers selection pack from beercartel, and it had a few very nice ones, including this. It's good if you want to test a few very nice aussie brews.
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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby pixelboy » Wed May 17, 2017 11:07 pm

Yeah the Pirate Life stuff is great and I love the cans (including Dog Days)...

Tried another new one tonight.. Loving the mid-strength IPA'S (including Pirate Life Throwback)

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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby ysu » Mon Aug 14, 2017 4:11 pm

I can't speak higly enough of the Westvleteren 12
Most expensive beer I had to date, but it's also simply the best. Belgian qualdruples are very nice, and this is the king of them all. Smooth as butter, tasty, it is unbelievable that you can do this to a beer. :) (they sold out in a week, too, it seems)

The other I've tried recently is the AleSmith IPA. This is the nicest IPA I've had the good luck trying. Highly recommended.
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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby pixelboy » Mon Aug 14, 2017 5:33 pm

I've tried to enjoy Belgian beers, they just don't grab me like the new generation of American and Australia ales.

The AleSmiith looks tops.. But $30 for 4 :eyepop:
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Re: Beer you're enjoying

Postby ysu » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:03 pm

pixelboy wrote:I've tried to enjoy Belgian beers, they just don't grab me like the new generation of American and Australia ales.

The AleSmiith looks tops.. But $30 for 4 :eyepop:

That is less than $10/bottle, not too bad compared to the belgian brother.

Sadly in Australia it seems you can either buy something at DanMurphys, or you'll have to fork out double the price. No one seems to do proper volume.
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