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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 3/2/2018 9:41 PM (#96517)
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I went to the beer store looking for something a little different. I found this and couldn't resist!



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Bone
Posted 3/3/2018 12:15 AM (#96520 - in reply to #96517)
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how about this....






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Reardan Tom
Posted 3/3/2018 9:46 AM (#96523 - in reply to #96520)
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I too had to have a 6 pack of the Seirra Nevada Sidecar when I saw it. Drank one, won't drink another. Made beer brats with one. It does make a good display though. Maybe the Hop Harvest will be better, taste wise..... Of course, to each his own.
(I found my original post back on 9-16-2017)

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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 3/3/2018 10:05 AM (#96524 - in reply to #96523)
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Yea Tom, I gotta agree. While it is good and hoppy, the orange taste is ... off.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 3/3/2018 10:07 AM (#96525 - in reply to #96524)
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Not bad for beer brats...
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Posted 3/3/2018 7:07 PM (#96527 - in reply to #96517)
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Fruit flavored beer. Abomination. No other word for them.
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Bone
Posted 3/3/2018 11:18 PM (#96530 - in reply to #96523)
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Reardan Tom - 3/3/2018 6:46 AM

I too had to have a 6 pack of the Seirra Nevada Sidecar when I saw it. Drank one, won't drink another. Made beer brats with one. It does make a good display though. Maybe the Hop Harvest will be better, taste wise..... Of course, to each his own.
(I found my original post back on 9-16-2017)


Yeah, Hop harvest is not to bad if you like IPA type beers. I like something a little heavier. I bought Hop Harvest because of the sidecar. And to go along with my bottle collection.
It ya like a good strong darker beer try, "Terminal Gravity" Brewed in Enterprise Oregon if I remember right. ( 9.8% alc.) Yum....Hick, hick. hehe
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phlaug
Posted 3/4/2018 8:06 AM (#96531 - in reply to #96517)
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Great thread—you reminded me of the beer I bought in Laramie, Wyoming on my 2014 Sturgis trip: Myrcenary from Odell Brewing. Great sidecar label. And a good beer to boot!

https://www.odellbrewing.com/beer/myrcenary/

Reviewed here: https://youtu.be/rMgccmpiagY (numerous reviews on YouTube, I just picked one)



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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 3/4/2018 8:20 AM (#96532 - in reply to #96531)
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That's awesome Phlaug, and I'll admit to selecting the Sierra Nevada for the same reason. I agree with Valk that fruit in the beer is bad. My theory is it's done to make up for otherwise flavorless beer. My preferred style is Scotch Ale, thick and chewy with not much carbonation. Amongst friends I Say I'm having a pint of used 10w40!

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Reardan Tom
Posted 3/4/2018 9:23 AM (#96533 - in reply to #96530)
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Bone - 3/3/2018 8:18 PM
Yeah, Hop harvest is not to bad if you like IPA type beers. I like something a little heavier. I bought Hop Harvest because of the sidecar. And to go along with my bottle collection.
It ya like a good strong darker beer try, "Terminal Gravity" Brewed in Enterprise Oregon if I remember right. ( 9.8% alc.) Yum....Hick, hick. hehe


I'm not much on IPAs or the darker beers. We've got some good brews right here by Orlinson Brewery. Clem's being one of many. But my personal standard is a good import. All the way from Canada- Kokanee. Unless we're sitting in a Mexican restaurant. Then it's Corona with lime. I can sense your eye roll... lol...
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Bone
Posted 3/4/2018 4:28 PM (#96537 - in reply to #96533)
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Reardan Tom - 3/4/2018 6:23 AM

Bone - 3/3/2018 8:18 PM
Yeah, Hop harvest is not to bad if you like IPA type beers. I like something a little heavier. I bought Hop Harvest because of the sidecar. And to go along with my bottle collection.
It ya like a good strong darker beer try, "Terminal Gravity" Brewed in Enterprise Oregon if I remember right. ( 9.8% alc.) Yum....Hick, hick. hehe


I'm not much on IPAs or the darker beers. We've got some good brews right here by Orlinson Brewery. Clem's being one of many. But my personal standard is a good import. All the way from Canada- Kokanee. Unless we're sitting in a Mexican restaurant. Then it's Corona with lime. I can sense your eye roll... lol...


Haha, yeah I spent 3 months up in BC one summer kayaking every class 4 and 5 river I could find....so I know all about Kokanee Since then I have refined my tastes a bit. hehe
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