Monday, February 28, 2011

Boddington's Pub Ale

Why I tried this: I love Boddington's. Especially when it's on draft. Went to World of Beer UCF and found out today was my lucky day!

Smell: Smells a bit yeasty. Other than that, it really doesn't give up that much. Not very exciting if you enjoy a good smell.

Taste: It was a medium bodied, smooth, creamy rush. Boddington's goes down so smooth and just has such a pleasant earthy taste that it's hard not to like. It finishes off slightly bitter, but nothing that detracts from the initial taste.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give Boddington's an 8/10. The beer is just a pleasure to drink. The taste is moderate but enjoyable. The mouth feel and drinkability is where this beer really shines. I'd rate it higher, but the lack of a pleasing smell drags it down a tad. Should be a beer anyone can enjoy, though.



taking a slight break from the WOB norm,

Why I tried this: Because this is Harry Potter and his friend's drink of choice, they are wizards. I figured they would know a thing or two about drinks. I thought maybe if I drank this I could get a broomstick and fly around, but unfortunately all the broomsticks at Harry Potter Universal are cheap hollow plastic.

Smell: Has a butterscotchy and subtle marshmallow scent, very sweet smelling.

Taste: When you take your first sip you get through the thick head of the drink. The thick head is very very sweet and tastes like a butterscotch marshmallow mixture of some kind. After the head hits you get to the cool liquid that is creamy tasting and very fizzy. The drink is smooth and refreshing but very sweet and sugary.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give Butterbeer an 8/10. It is refreshing and delicious but it does not count towards the goal of 500. Additionally, there is no alcohol in butterbeer so maybe after 15 you could get a pretty awesome sugar rush but that's about it. Also, it just tastes like a delicious top head added to cream soda. They lose points for lack of creativity. Harry Potter land at Universal all in all does look pretty awesome though.


Another WoB outing!

Went out with my friend Jon (left of me)(Im all the way on the right)
I dont remember the other peoples name. Always fun talking to
new people about what beer they are drinking and what
their favorites are.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Delirium Tremens

Why I tried this: When World of Beer first opened I found myself absolutely floored by the amazing selection on hand, and while I had already put a few hundred different brews under my belt I was still a little flabbergasted as to where I should start. Luckily a neon sign sat in the corner, quietly proclaiming with a pink glow that Delirium Tremens was voted World's Best Beer in the 1998 World Beer Championship. I put that medal to the test.

Smell: The initial smell of this beer is a nice sweet smell, immediately followed by a spicy yeast note that is common in many Belgian style brews. There's also a slight smell of pear, clove, and the slightest hint of citrus. There's no discernible hop smell, and the aroma is really quite pleasant.

Taste: Wow. Just wow. This beer is extremely flavorful, starting out with a nice mild sweetness to it, but accented with a thin malt flavor. You can definitely get a bit of clove, pear, and banana. Towards the end you can definitely get a spicier flavor fromm the Belgian Yeast, which is balanced out by a slight bitter from the hops. Really just an all around amazing taste by my palate.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give this a 9.5. This beer is an extremely complex Belgian, and by my count is deserving of the award it was given. Hands down this is my favorite Belgian, without a doubt, and is ranked in at least my top 5 for favorite beers, if not my favorite outright. The only reason I hesitate to give it a 10 is because this is something that the "uninitiated" in beer culture might find a bit too complex, and weighing in with an 8.5% ABV might be a bit too strong for the newbies out there.


This beer is definitely pretty good. A sweetness with a balance of hops, nothing too overpowering. Smells a bit of bananas, but finishes with a taste of clove. Definitely very nice, not something I could have a few of though.
I'd give it an 8.5/10.


Love this beer. Scott recommended it to me when I showed up to WoB one day, this will for sure be a beer that I enjoy over and over for a long long time. 9/10


Thursday, February 24, 2011

Blue Point Toasted Lager

Why I tried this: After coming across someone talking about Blue Point Brewery on twitter,( I decided to message their twitter account.( I went to the World of Beer website and saw they carried it so I decided I had to give it a shot.  Hopefully I can meet more and more brewery's like this that can recommend their delicious beer to me.  I thought this was pretty sweet.

Smell: Sweet malty scent with a slight fruity/citrusy scent

Taste: I thought the taste was very well aligned with the scent.  The beer was very well rounded and the flavors worked together great.  The malt flavor and citrus/fruit hop flavor worked together great and gave this beer a smooth easy finish.  I haven't seen this beer anywhere before but if I saw it while out somewhere I would probably get it again for sure.

I would give this beer an 8 out of 10.  This beer has a smooth clean easy finish and all the flavors work together really well.  I will absolutely be trying their other beer that WoB carries the Rastafa Rye the next time I am there. The Toasted Lager has a pretty original flavor that separates it from many lagers available at your typical bar.


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Tilburg's Dutch Brown Ale

Why I tried this: A customer at work had recommended this to me a while back. After picking up a pack of it, I was pretty pleased. When I saw it on the World of Beer list, I decided Jon and I needed a round. Look at how thankful he was for that!

Smell: Has the aroma of your typical brown ale, with roasted malts and a bit of toffee for a slight sweetness. Quite nice.

Taste: Has a malty and slightly sweet characteristic to it, which I think might be a bit of brown sugar and toffee. It's similar to a Newcastle, but with a sweetness and smoothness that is unmatched by other brown ales. There's no foul aftertaste or anything out of place here, just pure goodness.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give this an 8.5. The smell of the beer is fairly typical, but the taste is very good, especially for a brown ale. The price isn't that bad either. The beer is visually pleasing, pouring a nice thick brown with a solid white head. It's easy to drink and stands out enough that I'd definitely get it again, and highly recommend it!


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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Fuller's London Porter

Jeff lovin the Fullers
Why I tried this: London Porter has long since been a favorite of mine. As far as porters go, this one shines above the rest. I saw it in the beer list at World of Beer, and I haven't had it there yet, so it was a logical choice.

Smell: Smells of earthy roasted malts with coffee overtones. Very nice.

Poor sad empty
Taste: An explosion of earthy, roasted malts hits you as you begin your sip of this beer. This follows by a slight transition into a chocolate and coffee finish, all the while holding that strong roasted malt flavor. It doesn't let up all the way down. Simply delicious.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this a 9. Hands down, this is the best porter I've ever had. It has a full bodied flavor that never gives when it finishes. Heavy, thick, very roasted, and not for the light hearted who would like a moderate tasting or easy drinking lighter beer. The smell is incredible, the taste more so, and the beer just looks damn sexy in a pint glass. You can't go wrong if you're into dark beers.


I thought this porter was delicious with a robust flavor but well rounded. I will for sure be drinking this plenty more 9/10


50 down! Cheers to another 50! (then 8 more 50's!)

Ridin like fitty when I hit fifty beers the other day at World of Beer. I went to check out and only had 49 so figured I'd toss that final guy on right there. Was there with a bunch of friends throughout the trip: Jeff (of course), Scott, Kristy (Jeff's new wife), and Mike. I decided to add pictures from the trip below. This puts me at 10% of the goal. It's been a fun trip so far and there is still a whole lot to go.

We have done a pretty good job of drinking beer and keeping up which doesn't surprise me. We have also been really on top of updates just about every day which DOES surprise me, so check back often and send us any suggestions or requests!

Watch out top 10 list at WOB UCF, Jon and Jeff are coming up quick!



Jon and Mike

Monday, February 21, 2011

Ace Perry Cider

Why I tried this: Despite my love of beer, I'm also a huge fan of cider. I've had ciders from Ace before, notably Ace Joker, but always came away disappointed. Would this one be different? It was on draft, so I decided to find out.

Smell: Smelled as you'd imagine, like apples. There was a subtle pear scent as well. Not much else to it, it's a cider.

Taste: This cider has the most crisp and balanced taste I've ever had. It's moderately sweet, and very light to drink. It's almost refreshing. The pear flavor makes its way in there, letting the apple taste do most of the work, but adding enough to make itself relevant. Honestly, I was pretty blown away.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this a 9. Hands down, this is the best cider I've ever enjoyed. I mean, look at my picture. It looks like I'm in heaven. There's really not much else to say. Unless you're a big fan of more bitter ciders, I'd strongly recommend this. You can probably get your wife to try this with you, too.


Friday, February 18, 2011

Grimbergen Dubbel

Why I tried this: I had the Grimbergen Blonde and loved it so I decided to give the Grimbergen Dubbel a taste.  It came in a bottle much like the Blonde and I even got the officially logo'd Grimbergen glass this time.  I drank this while Jeff drank the Grimbergen Blonde that I recommended to him.

Smell: Peppery, yeasty, alcohol scent.  Much different than the blonde and much less pleasant.

Taste: slight malty yeasty flavor up front that was quickly overpowered.  I want to say it was almost an alcohol flavor or something I cant explain, but it came in strong.  That flavor stuck around and made this beer mediocre for me.  As I was drinking this I was really jealous watching Jeff sip on that delicious blonde ale.  That overpowering flavor completely made this beer one dimensional for me.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this a 6.5.  I know this beer has a lot of great reviews everywhere but I did not find it smooth and enjoyable at all.  The first second of your sip is ok but what the flavor quickly fades into made this beer pretty un-enjoyable for me.


Thursday, February 17, 2011

Another World of Beer visit

Jeff and I did another World of Beer visit after work and ended up watching a little bit of the Arsenal v Barcelona game. While there we met the General Manager of the World of Beer UCF.  Turns out he is a pretty big Arsenal fan which is pretty awesome since I (Jon) have loved Arsenal for years.(Jeff is a dirty Manchester United fan) Typically Jeff and I have to drive far far away to watch EPL or any Champions League games so hopefully WoB UCF will continue to air the games. 

The WoB GM Bobby recommended we try Lagunitas Olde Gnarly Wine so you will be seeing a review for that soon.  The gnarly wine was pretty good just a bit rough at 11% ABV.

Chimay Tripel

Why I tried this: I have had Chimay, all three types, in the bottle before and thought it was pretty good.  My friend Jason recommended it to me after he went to Vegas with his brother and dad.  I don't really see this stuff around very much so I don't get to drink it very often.  When I saw this stuff was on tap at World of Beer I definitely had to see what it tasted like on tap.

Smell: grainy bready yeast scent.  I didn't really detect any fruit scents as Ive seen around online, guess that's why I'm not a beer pro.

Taste: At first you get a yeasty, grainy, bready taste that is smooth and enjoyable.  It fades into a more hoppy grainy finish just before the slight alcohol finish.  None of the flavors are overpowering, this beer is smooth and enjoyable.  I could drink this beer for a good portion of the night with no problem.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this beer an 8.  It tastes great, the flavors are very well blended and it makes this beer something that I know I will enjoy when I see it anywhere.  


Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Highland Gaelic Ale

Why I tried this: Highland Gaelic Ale is the new beer of the month at World of Beer. The name sounded pretty sweet so I decided to give it a shot hey, I've gotta have 500 different beers at some point anyway.

Smell: hoppy and slight caramel malt scent

Taste: This beer was good but it was nothing I would really go out of my way to try. It had a nice hop and malt flavor, not sweet a more bitter malty taste. The flavors worked together well but again its not something that really stood out to me as impressive, especially at a place with the selection WoB has. If I went somewhere and this was a feature beer or beer of the month I would absolutely order it but its not a beer I would keep in the top 50 of mine to keep an eye out for on menus. Keep in mind this is simply my opinion, it did taste great it really just didn't stand out to me. I wasn't drunk yet either! This was my first beer of that night.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this a 7.5. This beer was tasty, enjoyable and well rounded but there was just nothing differentiating about it. As stated above I would for sure drink this again but its not something I would exactly be ecstatic to see on a beer menu somewhere.


Tried this beer the other day since it was beer of the month at World of Beer UCF. Was pretty tasty. Not bad, would probably get it again. I think a 7.5 out of 10 sounds about right.


Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Grimbergen Blonde

Why I tried this:  Our boss always talks about how Grimbergen makes his favorite beer, I had never had any of these so I figured I would give it a shot.  Im not sure which Grimbergen is his favorite but this was first on the list at World of Beer so it was a great place to start.

Smell: Subtle bread scent with sweet malty overtones.  Had a great scent.

Taste: Up front this beer had a soft taste but it quickly turns into a very strong sweet malty flavor.  The Belgian yeast, malt and hop flavors over took any notable citrus notes for me, it still made this beer very enjoyable.  It was very well rounded for the higher alcohol content and I did not detect much of an alcohol finish at all.  All of the flavors of this beer really worked together great.  The only downside of this beer was the great flavor you have in your mouth after sipping fades off quickly and leaves nothing.  This beer finishes very clean, too clean.

On a scale from 1 to 10 I would give this an 8.5.  Very enjoyable beer that I will for sure be drinking again and again.  Its not very common around us here but I will more than likely be picking this up when I see it.


Monday, February 14, 2011

Magic Hat #9

Why I tried this: I've had various Magic Hat beers before, mostly bottles that I've found at Publix. A buddy of mine, Scott, recommended the brand to me about a year ago. I've taken a liking to their beers since then. I had noticed that #9 was freshly rotated on tap during my last World of Beer visit, so I couldn't deny myself my first Magic Hat beer on draft.

Smell: Has a light citrus tone with a bit of hops following. Very well mixed, and pleasant. Could actually do with being a bit stronger, it would be quite nice. A bit of carbonation tickles the nose.

Taste: It starts out as a mild citrus flavor, which then fades into wheat. Then, the aftertaste of bitter hops fills out for the finish. The transition from a light and sweet flavor, to a robust wheat, to a bitter hop is very interesting, but the transition was very well done and nothing seemed out place or forced. I really enjoyed this on draft, much more than in a bottle.

On a scale of 1-10 I would give this a 8. I'm not usually a big fan of pale ales, but this beer really hit the spot. With a medium light body, and crisp, generally moderate taste, it was very drinkable. However, it doesn't sacrifice the flavor to do so, which is why I would definitely recommend this beer. Pale ale fans might find this not quite bitter enough, but I definitely enjoyed it.


I really liked the up front flavor of this beer but did not like the lingering after flavor very much.  7/10


Ommegang Abbey Style

Why I tried this: The name attracted me.  I also really wanted to try a Dubbel since I had not had one yet at WoB.

Smell: Thick sweet malty scent.

Taste: Strong malty caramel flavor up front. Very smooth spice and malt flavor, well rounded taste. After flavor was a hint of alcohol and something else I cant identify. Overall was very enjoyable, I will for sure get this again.

On a scale of 1-10 I would give this a 8. This beer was tasty and delightful, the flavors worked together really well. I would absolutely recommend this beer to someone looking to try a Dubbel.


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Victory Hopdevil

Why I tried this: I wanted to get an IPA under my belt, and it was on the draft menu for the week. Why not? It had a catchy name.

Smell: The beer is described as brewed with American hops and German malts. However, I couldn't smell the malts at all. Instead, my nose was overpowered by the smell of hops. It was rather unpleasant, so I didn't pry further.

Taste: Unfortunately, it tasted exactly as it smelled. My taste buds were completely overpowered by hops. I honestly felt like I was drinking grass soup. There were no other notable flavors to speak of. Very unpleasant, unless you're a masochist.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this beer a 3. About the only thing I can say of the beer is that it seemed to be brewed of quality standards. The smell, the flavor, and the overall experience with the beer was just very one dimensional, too strong, and simply poor. There's really not much else to say here. I do not recommend this beer, unless you are the biggest IPA fan in the world.



Why I tried this: Any of you who have been following along know typically Belgian beers were not my thing, at least I thought.  After enjoying Inlet Monk in the Trunk I have been trying as many as possible.  This beer was on tap at WoB and $1 off so I decided to go for it.

Smell: To be honest I didn't really smell much from the beer.  The bartender tossed an orange on top so thats about most of what I smelt.  No big deal the orange ended up being a nice addition, but this beer doesn't really have much of a scent at all.

Taste: Honestly, I was very disappointed.  Its not that this beer tasted bad, it just did not have much of a flavor at all.  If it was not for the orange in this, I cant imagine how much less flavor this beer would have.  It tasted watered down with no crisp flavor at all.  On the plus side I would probably recommend this to a friend that does not really like beer yet since it is so mild.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this beer a 5.  It was not bad but, I really like beer and most of its flavors.  To drop $5 on something that tastes like water is pretty depressing.  It was not awful or foul, but I love the many flavors of beer.  The next time I go out with someone that doesn't like beer though, I will for sure send one of these their way.


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Another World of Beer Visit

We are really behind on reviews compared to the beers we have had but more reviews and updates are being posted daily.  Right after work we met up with Jeffs wife to be in five days Kristy and another friend Derek.  We each enjoyed a few beers before heading home for dinner.

shaky cell phone picture

Should see some reviews up soon for what we drank Wittekerke, Magic Hat #9, and Victory Hop Devil to name a few.


Friday, February 11, 2011

Radeberger Pilsner

Why I tried this: While not normally a fan of pilsners, I've long been a fan of Radeberger. However, WoB had just gotten it on tap, so I of course had to revisit this classic.

Smell: The first thing I noticed was a distinct, and strong, hoppy smell. There were also light undertones of various herbs and grains, but it was mostly overpowered by the hops.

Taste: Bitter, crisp, hoppy. The hoppiness is never overpowering, and the crispness of the beer is really what makes it shine. The flavor is consistent and follows all the way down. An excellent beer of its style.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this beer an 8.5. For a pilsner, the taste of this beer is quite good. It's also very easy to drink, and pleasing to the tongue. The crispness is quite incredible, and truly feels like it's refreshing you. It's definitely something I'd recommend to any level beer drinker. Here's an interesting fact: Radeberger is one of the top 10 brewers in all of Germany, and this particular pilsner is imported nationwide.

Glasses up!


I really enjoyed this beer as well. I agree nothing with this beer was overpowering, all flavors worked together great and made this well rounded and delicious. 8/10


Holy Mackerel Golden Ale

Why I tried this: I had such good luck with Inlet Monk in the Trunk that I decided to give another Belgian beer a shot.  Same as typical flipping through the beer bottle menu this beers name caught my attention, I thought the brand name Holy Mackerel was pretty funny.  The waitress at World of Beer told me it was pretty popular and well liked in the area so I jumped on it.

Smell: At this point I had downed about 6 beers so my nose wasnt at its peak performance.  This beer pretty much smelt like the Inlet Monk to me, except maybe slightly sweeter.

Taste: This beer was much sweeter then the last, the citrusy flavor almost felt more lemony I guess.  That element really overpowered this beer for me and made it taste not as well rounded.  Id say it still tasted pretty good, but this is probably something I would not try again.  I will for sure be trying more Holy Mackerel beers regardless of not loving the Golden Ale.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would probably give this beer a 6.5. It tasted OK but with the selection of beers out that I enjoy there are a lot of beers I would rather have then this particular one.  I will be sampling more Holy Mackerel brand beers either this week or next.


Inlet Monk in the Trunk

Why I tried this: Before having this beer I was not really to into Belgian style beers.  I explained that to some random dudes at World of Beer I was talking to and I left them completely speechless.  After that long awkward pause I decided to give it another shot.  I decided to try this beer cause the name seemed hilarious and I figured it would be good to give Belgian style beer another shot.  If you have any recommendations for another Belgian style beer please add it as a comment.

Smell: I got a little hop scent, with a slight citrusy smell

Taste: I thought this beer tasted great and had a tasty hop and yeast flavor with some subtle citrus flavoring.  Im not sure how to describe the background flavor I usually taste in Belgian style beer like this but it was there and more subtle then in some of the others.  Overall I enjoyed this beer and would drink it again.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would probably give this beer a 7.5.  There are a lot of beers I enjoy more than this beer but it was good.  If it was at a bar with a selection of 15 beers I would probably for sure get at least one of these.


Xingu Black Beer

Why I tried this: Ive actually had this one a few times before and enjoyed it. When World of Beer had it it was a delightful surprise. Figured I might as well knock this one out of the way, plus it was a Tuesday and bottles were $1 off.

Smell: Xingu has a sweet, malty, possibly fruity scent. Has a nice mellow scent, if I could get a candle like this that would be fantastic.

Taste: To me this has always tasted like a beer and wine hybrid of some kind. Im not sure how off I am with that but it has a more subtle fruity flavor of cherries or berries. The fruit flavor is blended very nice with a subtle malty chocolate flavor. The flavors work together great and give this beer a very original flavor.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this beer an 8. It tastes great but as with Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout I couldn't drink it all day. Two or three of these would be my evening limit.(This beer tastes nothing like LH Nitro Milk Stout, I just view it as more of a dessert then pounding at the bar beer)


This beer is incredible. So dark and tasty. I'd give it a 9 out of 10.


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Lagunitas Lil Sumpin' Sumpin'

Why I tried this: This is the Beer of the Month at World of Beer and the awesome name caught my attention right away.

Smell: Slight Citrusy scent, medium hop scent

Taste:  I dont typically like beers that have too much of an overpowering citrus flavor but I thought this beer was delicious.  The citrus and hop flavor combinations were great and worked together great.  I really enjoyed this beer and it is the one that made me want to try the rest of the Lagunitas line of beers.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this an 8.5.  This beer had a great flavor and I really enjoyed it.  It was very drinkable and light, and definitely something I could drink all night.


Full Sail Session Black Lager

Why I tried this: World of Beer always swaps out beers that have been hanging around for new ones.  Whenever a beer is being cycled out its put in a special place at the bottom of the draft menu called "Last Call Bottles".  Beers on this list are generally discounted pretty well and who doesn't like to save a few bucks?  To be completely honest Last Call Bottles is the first place I check when I sit down.  Additionally, this is probably the last time you will get to enjoy this beer from WoB for a while.

Smell: Very subtle creamy, coffee, cocoa scent.

Taste:  I thought this was a very tasty well rounded beer.  It was very smooth going down and all of the cocoa, caramel and other flavors are very subtle.  The first thing I thought about was Sam Adams Black Lager but this is much smoother, not nearly as crisp in my opinion.  This beer was very easy to drink and very enjoyable.

On a scale of 1 to 10 I would give this an 8.  This is a beer I could drink and probably enjoy all night.  I would absolutely recommend this beer to people, but I wouldn't say its in my top group of favorite beers. 


Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout

Why I chose this: As stated in the previous post I tried this beer because I showed up to World of Beer for a poker tournament. How did I do? Well I'm no pro and drunk happened, so I didn't do so well. That aside I started talking to a random dude at the bar and suggested a beer for him to try next(Full Sail Session Black Lager), and he recommended the Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout to me. I am a pretty big fan of pretty much every beer especially stouts so I decided to give it a shot. I am a pretty big fan of jumping all in to try something and dont sample at all, maybe that explains a lot about my poker style.

Scent: Very strong roasted malt, chocolatey scent. A very nice smell, smells very sweet.

Taste: Introduction aside this beer was great. If you are a fan of Guinness Stout or Murphys Stout and wouldn't mind something a little, sweeter I guess, you will really like this. I absolutely enjoyed this beer however I dont think I could drink much more than 2-3 of these on a beer outing because of that sweet flavor. The chocolate and coffee flavors are very apparent however not quite as overpowering as other "chocolate branded beers.

On a scale of 10 I would for sure give this a 7, it would be an 8 but if I picked up a pack of this I dont think I could drink and still enjoy this by the 3rd to 4th pint. This is dessert.


A few days after this posting went up, Jon recommended this beer to me. I'm a huge fan of stouts, and I couldn't love this beer enough. I agree that 2-3 of these beers is more than enough due to the flavor, but wow. The way the roasted malts mix with the toffee and chocolate flavors and scents, is just incredible. I'd give it an 8.5/10.


Tuesday, February 8, 2011

new post

This is what posts will look like.  Each outing will be documented here.  We will each comment on what we thought about the flavor of each beer and describe it as best as we can.

First posting will be on Nitro Milk Stout recommended to me by a random person I started talking to at World of Beer.  We started talking about a random English Premier League game that was on the TV and obviously the conversation carried over to beer.  He suggested the Nitro Stout to me and I tried it and loved it, I recommended it to Jeff and he enjoyed it as well.  Im really just adding words now for filler to see how this looks as the boxes get larger.

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