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    It's a dog's life but at least I have my favourite stubby from a lovely island, not Aussie but Sardinia
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    It looks like the dog got to the bottle before you did Paul.

    It doesn’t really matter though. Your scenery is intoxicating enough. I see it’s unfiltered. I’ve been seeing more of that here among the craft brews. Does it add to the flavor or just alter the appearance of it? Kind of curious but haven’t asked to taste them yet. I’m thinking it’s lighter in color as well?
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    Taste is pretty similar, just seems to have a bit more body.
    The dog on the other hand has plenty of "body", she is a big lazy slob. Double Merle (so deaf as most are) great Dane rescued from Spain where she was on death row.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Sabucchi View Post
    Taste is pretty similar, just seems to have a bit more body.
    The dog on the other hand has plenty of "body", she is a big lazy slob. Double Merle (so deaf as most are) great Dane rescued from Spain where she was on death row.
    Sheís adorable Paul, and is very lucky you found her. She looks exceptionally comfortable in your home.

    As for the beer maybe the next time I see one on the menu Iíll give it a chance. Thanks for sharing!
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    For beer I have been blessed with a brewery less than three miles from my house. http://www.ordnancebrewing.com/home.html The brewery is in an onion shed, they don't have food; they just do beer.

    They have a porter that is very smooth, and they make a blueberry infused wheat beer called "Bloops". Occasionally they have a barley wine or two also.

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    Dave can you take some pics of this onion shed? Im having a tough time imagining drinking good beer in a shed full of "onions" lol. Although I have had many a good brew with a side of friend onion rings!
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    Dave can you take some pics of this onion shed? Im having a tough time imagining drinking good beer in a shed full of "onions" lol. Although I have had many a good brew with a side of friend onion rings!

    Here is a photo I found of the brewery. Basically just a metal building without insulation on a cement slab that used to be onion storage. Name:  ls.jpg
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    lol..thanks Dave!
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    It took me a little bit of looking to find this thread. I'm slow at searching, I guess. But I finally found it. I would love nothing more than to go to this place, stock up on their beer and take it back home to MS do drink to enjoy. I've read excellent things in their Green. It's an IPA with overtones of citrus and pineapple. I love a sweet fruity IPA.

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    I have nothing unusual to post or recommend but I thought it most unfortunate when a pandemic was named the same as my favorite beer. I am enjoying a bottle of that beer as I review this thread.

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    I'm leaving in UAE ... no local beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by LizStreithorst View Post
    It took me a little bit of looking to find this thread. I'm slow at searching, I guess. But I finally found it. I would love nothing more than to go to this place, stock up on their beer and take it back home to MS do drink to enjoy. I've read excellent things in their Green. It's an IPA with overtones of citrus and pineapple. I love a sweet fruity IPA.

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    Iíve always ignored the warning that you should never judge a book for itís cover... but I admit it, I just do. It started with books, then grocery store items, wine and yes...they did a great job with those cans. They just look refreshing. We went to Massachusetts often pre-covid era, Iíll make sure to try to get there once we are ďfree to move about the cabin.Ē

    I learned to appreciate IPAs here with Ryan925 and Al years ago. I was recently introduced to this Single Cut 18 Watt by a co-worker. It really light and slightly piney. Really refreshing on a hot day. You may appreciate this one too Liz. Itís not the bitter bite of the early IPAs I had tried. Iím really particular especially in the summer. My usual stouts and porters are just too heavy. If you run across this one its worth a try. :
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