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(03-03-2012 09:50 PM)rpspenner Wrote: Chippewa Falls, eh? I've been wanting to get out to the Leine Lodge for years, but I've never been able to get out there. I love their Sunset Wheat and Red. They did a really nice apple beer a few years back too.
(03-03-2012 09:56 PM)motu79 Wrote: Whenever a bartender says Mac & Jack's African Amber, I say YES! immediately! I did have a McKenzie River Driftboat Ale (I think that's what it's called) last week and it was really good as well!
Since I can't get Mac & Jack's in a bottle, I have a nice fridge full of Henry Weinhard's Private Reserve. That's tasty when it's realllly cold!
(03-04-2012 02:37 AM)animie67 Wrote: Must be nice to drink Being on blood thinners kinda hinders me from doing that but every once in a while I'll drink the local Japanese beer Orion (have yet to have one this year though).
(03-04-2012 02:40 AM)sxfn4lf Wrote: Meh, I'm a hemophiliac. Doesn't stop me. I'm living my life to the fullest lol, as bad of an idea as that may be
(03-03-2012 09:35 PM)ryancholden Wrote: Since when are there hipsters in up-state Wisconsin (Chippewa Falls is where Leine's is brewed)? I'm a 29 year old father of two (7 and 9...got an early start) corporate insurance broker, that coaches my kids' soccer and baseball teams, and in my spare time I serve as the President-Elect of my church. Probably not the underground, tight pants wearing, unemployed hipster you had in mind. :-) And yes, there is a big difference in a full-bodied beer and a light beer. I don't drink to get drunk. On the rare occasion, usually a hot summer day, or after a long work week, I enjoy A good beer. :-)