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Old 04-09-2010, 09:58 PM
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what is your favorite brewery / micro brew?

I have been frequenting a brewery in Arlington called Skookum. It is in a guys back yard and they have great beer! What beers do you like... I am not asking about PBR or natty Ice ect...
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Free beer from the neighbor ... he has connections with Pyramid.

Actually I have been brewing for 18 years and my two best favorites to bottle are a Barley Wine called "Bacchus Ale" (full bodied beer with alcohol content close to wine) and a clone of Mac & Jack African Amber (recipe from The Replicator). I am using a defunct recycled old 15 gal stainless keg for a brew pot... allows me to do double batches at one time. (total 10 gal of beer instead of 5 gal).
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Free beer from the neighbor ... he has connections with Pyramid.

Actually I have been brewing for 18 years and my two best favorites to bottle are a Barley Wine called "Bacchus Ale" (full bodied beer with alcohol content close to wine) and a clone of Mac & Jack African Amber (recipe from The Replicator). I am using a defunct recycled old 15 gal stainless keg for a brew pot... allows me to do double batches at one time. (total 10 gal of beer instead of 5 gal).
Sweet. Sounds like the 4th of July party at your place.
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Sweet. Sounds like the 4th of July party at your place.
Gotta work on the 4th...
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Gotta work on the 4th...
AND? Doesnt mean "We" cant party there, Besides that is the best way for us to not get busted by the "FUZZ" 9have the party at his house!
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AND? Doesnt mean "We" cant party there, Besides that is the best way for us to not get busted by the "FUZZ" 9have the party at his house!
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Fav beer or microbrew?? Hmm. You really want me to narrow it down?? haha
Im going with Hefewizen.....the brothers of the Widmer clan (Kurt and Rob) are at the top of my beer list, and Weinhard makes a good Blue Boar Ale.(i don't care for anything else Weinhard makes) As for walk in alehouse's.....Diamond Knot in Mukilteo is down right tasty and so is McMenamin's in Mill Creek. Flying Pig in downtown Everett is nice too but its been awhile since I've been there.
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Gotta agree with the Blue Boar... but my fav is Mac n Jack African Amber hands down. I have a clone recipe for the Mac n Jack that I brew up.
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I have got to say favorite brewery is the coeur d alene brewing company..if you have never been there.. try it out.. they have an amazing huckleberry ale..but my fav is their scottish ale.. man that stuff is good!!!!!
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Crap IM2Tall33. Ill run right the hell over, Only a 5 hour drive.... JK, No one else likes beer? Screw you all, Bunch of chanpange drinkers in here.
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let me know when you come on over..lol i love a good excuse to go to the brewery..
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A buddy of mine introduced me to Widmer Drop Top a couple months back. I haven't been able to find it, maybe not looking hard enough... unless they keep the stockpile in Vancouver. But good beer - kinda reminds me of Blue Moon. Kinda has a hint of Orange. Would be a great summer beer.

I also like the Hefewizen from Silver City Brewery in Silverdale. Maybe it's just me, but it kinda tastes a little like bananas. Another good beer, and you can get 'em in 24 oz bottles!
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im growing hopps to brew my own beer this summer...any sugesstions on a good ipa recipe to try?
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