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2/21/08 6:16 PM
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CR1chard
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Edited: 21-Feb-08
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Anyone else had this?

I bought a bunch of single 22 oz. / 750 ml. bottles of different "fancy" beers, and seeing what I like. The tripel is really nice - thick creamy head, hazy golden color, fruit and honey scents, and a clean taste that completely masks the 9.0% alcohol content - my only complaint is that this is a little too drinkable - if I had more than just the one bottle, things could get ugly quick...
2/21/08 6:38 PM
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Kevin Curtis
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Edited: 21-Feb-08
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Tripel is my favorite style... I'll keep an eye open for this. How much was it going for?
2/21/08 6:45 PM
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I'll have to find my receipt - I want to say somewhere in the $5-8 range - I've got a barleywine, oatmeal stout, and Belgian Ale left to try too
2/22/08 11:19 PM
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Kevin Curtis
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Edited: 22-Feb-08
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I stopped tonight, and they had about six different Left Hand Brews... but no St Vrains... so I bought some La Fin (didn't find it too boring :)

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