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  1. #1431
    Lord Hobo Boomsauce, draft at Coals in Port Chester. Damn fine beer, there.

    Having a Boulevard Tank 7, Siason now. They do good work at Boulevard.
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  2. #1432
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottySkis View Post
    No more beer or whiskey or any alcohol with new medicine I be taking. That OK it was time for stop using alcohol to medicate my depression. Going to start different types of meds and see how it goes.

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    Good luck with treatment- stay positive and on plan.
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  3. #1433
    Hobbs - Pompey NH not bad, a little sweet but good for something different
    15-16 Killington 11-17-16

  4. #1434
    I've never stopped there. It's an odd location. By the time I've traveled that far, I just assume keep barreling on home.

  5. #1435
    We just stopped for the first time. Im glad we did
    15-16 Killington 11-17-16

  6. #1436

    Random Beers

    [QUOTE=mister moose;934778]

    Long Trail Smash Project #2. Wonderful combo with flavors from both coming through strong. With just a hint of dank skunk. Like you're wallowing in the most seductive perfume from a most attractive woman and the door opens and some cigar smoke blows in from the street. Went back for more. Twice.






    I've been back many times on SMaSh project 2. Love it ! Better than 1
    They just announced SMaSH 3 has been released.
    Also just tried the LT Unearthed Stout
    Awesomeness In a bottle ! Light chocolate and coffee flavored. Smooth and has a good kick !
    Love long trail !!



    My quote from mr moose didn't work !
    1 st paragraph. !!
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  7. #1437
    Stone Xocoveza stout - their take on "Mexican hot chocolate" - described as brewed with cocoa, coffee, Chile peppers, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg - this REALLY works for me. Sweet, spicy, and a touch of bitter all with a silky feeling on the palate!
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  8. #1438
    [QUOTE=JDMRoma;935337]
    Quote Originally Posted by mister moose View Post

    Long Trail Smash Project #2. Wonderful combo with flavors from both coming through strong. With just a hint of dank skunk. Like you're wallowing in the most seductive perfume from a most attractive woman and the door opens and some cigar smoke blows in from the street. Went back for more. Twice.






    I've been back many times on SMaSh project 2. Love it ! Better than 1
    They just announced SMaSH 3 has been released.
    Also just tried the LT Unearthed Stout
    Awesomeness In a bottle ! Light chocolate and coffee flavored. Smooth and has a good kick !
    Love long trail !!



    My quote from mr moose didn't work !
    1 st paragraph. !!
    Sent from my iPhone using AlpineZone
    Mr Moose has an incredible way with words, especially when it comes to what his palate tells him after a beer crosses his lips!!
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    '19 - '20 season:

  9. #1439
    Quote Originally Posted by drjeff View Post
    Stone Xocoveza stout - their take on "Mexican hot chocolate" - described as brewed with cocoa, coffee, Chile peppers, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg - this REALLY works for me. Sweet, spicy, and a touch of bitter all with a silky feeling on the palate!
    there is a bourbon barrel version ("Charred") as well. Have not yet taster but a couple are sitting in my cellar...


  10. #1440
    Having a Great North IPA, out of Manchester, NH. Real good piney, floral hoppy goodness. Slightly bitter. Delicious, almost a double at 7%, yet very drinkable. Great brew at $9 six pack.

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