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    Snatched a bunch of Gulden Draak 9000 this week. Loving it!

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    Mister Shifter said:
    Snatched a bunch of Gulden Draak 9000 this week. Loving it!

    Oh, my. It sounds delicious, but the reviews on b.a. aren’t necessarily resounding. What do you think, Mr. S.?

    http://guldendraak.vansteenberge.com/en/gulden-draak-9000-quadruple

    http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/48/71973

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    Mister Shifter said:
    Snatched a bunch of Gulden Draak 9000 this week. Loving it!

    I’d love to try it. Was it hard to come by?

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    0Angle said:
    I’d love to try it. Was it hard to come by?

    I’m not exactly sure how hard it is to come by, I apologize if my wording made it sound like it was. I’m a huge Gulden Draak fan (or just about any Belgian including quads), so when I saw the 9000 I made sure to stock up on quite a bit, as I was fairly confident I’d enjoy it.

    The 9000 is a great sipper, very complex and tasty. It’s no St. Bernardus Abt 12, but I’ll be happy to drink this beer anytime.

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    Haven’t tried each of the thousands of types out there, but Columbus Pale Ale seems to work well–w/ or w/o food, sipping from a glass and sniffing it a bit, or gulping a bottle w/ a single tilt in the heat.

    Just to be clear, don’t drink while cycling. Only do it when shooting my guns, guarding gardens

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    TomOver said:
    Haven’t tried each of the thousands of types out there, but Columbus Pale Ale seems to work well–w/ or w/o food, sipping from a glass and sniffing it a bit, or gulping a bottle w/ a single tilt in the heat.

    Just to be clear, don’t drink while cycling. Only do it when shooting my guns, guarding my gardens.

    Columbus Pale Ale is a very drinkable beer, with or with out food, or even as food. I made a tasty beer cheese soup with it a few years ago for BeerCamp.

    As a local domestic, it’s well received by our hotel guests, be they local, regional, or out of state, and that always makes me happy. Mr. Bean brews a great beer. Angelo, the head brewer at Barley’s, has said great things about CBC. He’s mentioned the words “World class” in reference to CBC in our conversations, which is something special from a brewer as respected as Angelo.

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    0Angle said:
    Heck ya. Bodhi.

    http://www.ohio.com/blogs/the-beer-blog/the-beer-blog-1.273124/aleheads-love-columbus-brewing-1.319283

    I read that on Rick’s blog yesterday! The words “tropical fruit-bowl of goodness” – are so cool.

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    Had the opportunity to enjoy some of Sierra Nevada’s Hoptimium over the weekend and it was delicious. Nice piney nose, tastes of grapefruit, just how I like ‘em.

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    ^^^

    I’ve had a bottle of that sitting in my fridge for like 9 months I think. I forgot about it on accident. I’m worried that it’s not going to be fantastic when it’s not fresh. I should just crack it open anyway and try.

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    I think it was fresh about two months ago. When I opened one a week or so ago, it was top notch.

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    patient_zero said:
    Oh, my. It sounds delicious, but the reviews on b.a. aren’t necessarily resounding. What do you think, Mr. S.?

    http://guldendraak.vansteenberge.com/en/gulden-draak-9000-quadruple

    http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/48/71973

    Taking into consideration the grade inflation machine that is BA, the composite score of “89″ is pretty damning.

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    Then I guess tonight is going to be one of those nights where I try to get rid of stuff collecting dust in the beer fridge. I doubt I’ll make it to the third bottle though.

    Cheers!

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    Mister Shifter said:
    ^^^

    I’ve had a bottle of that sitting in my fridge for like 9 months I think. I forgot about it on accident. I’m worried that it’s not going to be fantastic when it’s not fresh. I should just crack it open anyway and try.

    Don’t worry; there are people who age Hopslam intentionally and will tell you after a year it’s “like a fine barleywine.” I mean, this should be no different… right?

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