How about your Beer Fridge?

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by leakypetcock, May 8, 2012.

  1. HOT DAMN!

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    It's good.

    I had a buddy from Cali ship me some of that Pliny. Wish it was readily available here.
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  2. NikonsAndVStroms

    NikonsAndVStroms Beastly Photographer

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    I wish I had it that way....my dad will buy the good stuff and it's gone before I make it down there :lol3
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  3. bergermeister

    bergermeister housin'

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    me too, I find it rarely in bottles. I also discovered if it is over 60-90 days old, or not kept cold, it really degrades. loses all aromatic hops and gets more bitter. draft is usually much better.

    have you tried the little sumpin sumpin? close second to pliny for me. the sculpin is good also, and can be obtained if you know where to look and will pay $8 a bomber. I keep some alesmith ipa or union jack in the kegerator.
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  4. HOT DAMN!

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    He insists on waiting for each batch to be bottled then ship's out the next day. :tb

    I dig the Sumpin' and can get it out here which makes for a good session brew.

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  6. High Country Herb

    High Country Herb Adventure Connoiseur

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    I did that once. I bought a keg of Midnight Moon Oatmeal Stout for a party, and most people preferred Coors. Pussies. I refused to take it back until I finished it, so I pulled out all the shelves and worked on it for a couple weeks.
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  7. hyperboarder

    hyperboarder Potato Farmer

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    Fridge? I think you meant fridges. I'm lazy so no pictures. 4 kegs of homebrew in the kegerator (Breakfast Stout clone, Imperial Pumpkin, English Pale, and hybrid Maibock-ish) , a veritable plethora of stuff in the inside fridge (highlights: Hoppin Frog DORIS the Destroyer, Mikkeler Beer Geek Breakfast, Firestone Walker XVI, Stone Lukcy Basartd, Lagunitas Brown Shugga, etc.), and an overflowing aging fridge (highlights: Firestone Walker Parabola, XV, and XVI, Deschutes Black Butte XIII, XIV, and Dissident, 2011 DFH 120 Minute, etc.). I might have a problem...
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  8. discochris

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    Does it go to eleven?
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  9. tslewisz

    tslewisz Long timer

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    Kegerator and backup fridge under the tool box. Both Haier.
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