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wtb: an amazing beer to celebrate... - August 5, 2009, 10:45 AM

So my list of every beer I've ever tried (bottled only, cause I keep the cap to make it count) is at 191. I want to find an awesome beer to celebrate my 200th. I love IPAs or Pale Ales, no wheat beer cause that shit sucks. also, if you suggestion can be found in any grocery store, don't even bother. I'm talking about "real" beer, not bud light.

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hit up wegmans they have a great selecion of imported beers


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My neighbor hosts something called "beerbowl" and it's pretty awesome.. you basically rank beers 1-5 and have an ncaa style tournament. I got to sit in on the captains draft...

While awesome, i realized that i don't drink beer consistently enough to really try them all.


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hit up wegmans they have a great selecion of imported beers
true, wegmans has more beers than most grocery stores, but the crappy thing is most of them are in 6packs. I like goin to total wine and picking a 6 pack of individual bottles.


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true, wegmans has more beers than most grocery stores, but the crappy thing is most of them are in 6packs. I like goin to total wine and picking a 6 pack of individual bottles.

i think they do that "make ur own 6 pack thing too" maby i am wrong


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i think they do that "make ur own 6 pack thing too" maby i am wrong
I think they do, but barely any beers to choose from. at least that's the case at the one in fairfax


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Do you have any Star Hill on your list? Any Blue Mountain? they are both our of the Cville area in VA


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and btw, Star Hill wheat beer ("Love") did not suck... the first wheat beer i found to not suck... i still try them for the hell of it


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Do you have any Star Hill on your list? Any Blue Mountain? they are both our of the Cville area in VA
I've had Starr hill pale ale, decent. no blue mountain though. maybe I'll give the "love" wheat beer a try


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what you need my friend is a Dragonmead brew. You will have to travel to Michigan however. I suggest you pick up a growler of Dubbel Dragon Ale.

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One of my friends is the beer buyer for Whole foods in Fair Oaks. He is a true beer connoisseur and picks a hell of a selection for them. His beer section is consistently top ten in sales for Whole Foods nation wide, and his store doesn't get near the foot traffic as many of the other locations. I say go their and ask for Lee Hitchings, he is their all the time, and he'll be able to get you in something really nice. Good Luck
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Well, you've probably tried it, but my fav is Newcastle Brown Ale. I'd recommend that. But I take it you like hops, so it may not be for you.

Smithwicks Ale is also a nice beer (made by Guiness). That'd be my second choice.

Lastly, Sapporo would be my third choice. Cheers.
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Well, you've probably tried it, but my fav is Newcastle Brown Ale. I'd recommend that. But I take it you like hops, so it may not be for you.

Smithwicks Ale is also a nice beer (made by Guiness). That'd be my second choice.

Lastly, Sapporo would be my third choice. Cheers.
newcastle is better than a lot of generic beers, but still doesn't qualify.
smithwicks is pretty decent
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One of my friends is the beer buyer for Whole foods in Fair Oaks. He is a true beer connoisseur and picks a hell of a selection for them. His beer section is consistently top ten in sales for Whole Foods nation wide, and his store doesn't get near the foot traffic as many of the other locations. I say go their and ask for Lee Hitchings, he is their all the time, and he'll be able to get you in something really nice. Good Luck
awesome. I'll have to stop by. thanks for the tip


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Anything under the name Samuel Smith is going to be fantastic. I particularly like their Nut Brown Ale. They are sold in individual bottles, and you typically do not see six packs if at all.

I think you'd love the Dogfish Head 60 min IPA. Redhook makes that Longhammer IPA that's not bad either. Rogue beers are pretty good too.


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