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Frank Goose Island Honker

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I picked this up the other day in NH. Just had one.

 

Not bad. I guess they are selling nationwide as this one was brewed at the Portsmouth brewery.

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The Bitter style was the 1st local Microbrew I had ever tried, back in the 80's..

 

I go to it now and then to go back down memory lane.

 

 

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The distributor only has it in kegs right now - the bar by Spirits in Point is the only one that has it that i have found

No idea when i'll be down there next, but i'll be sure to stop in when I am.

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I would not drive out of my way to get it.. But if you see it in your travels..

 

Some Double Jack tonight.

 

damn, I love that beer.

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I would not drive out of my way to get it.. But if you see it in your travels..

Some Double Jack tonight.

damn, I love that beer.

 

 

Went in quest of the Parraballa yesterday and came up empty

They did have a limited release barley wine that I picked up

 

Breckenridge did a small batch double ipa

417

It was VERY good

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You should find Parabola in the next 2 weeks. I think it ships out this week.

 

I had an IPA from Breckenridge over Christmas - Very Good. Colorado has some very good Micro's there.

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Originally Posted by makomakoman View Post

 

You should find Parabola in the next 2 weeks. I think it ships out this week.

 

I had an IPA from Breckenridge over Christmas - Very Good. Colorado has some very good Micro's there.

 

never had their standard IPA,

 

I think it has a horse shoe on the label,

 

this was a limited release double IPA and it stood out from others I've had,

 

it started with a sweet taste like many have,

 

but finished dry and smooth.

 

 

 

it was pretty good.

 

 

 

SiM took this pic,

 

nice framing against the microwave.

 

 

 

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passed miles from Russian River and was ignorant of it's place in micro brews.

 

 

 

I am fortunate to have a buddy that trades across the nation and has a pretty substantial collection of brews that he is more than generous to share with a few friends and I.

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