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    Being underage, my comic-reading-treats aren't the good stuff, yesterday I got;
    Some oreo cadburys chocolate, some milky stars in those share-bags, 2 wagon wheels, and 4 go ahead apple/raisin bar, oh yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebkoX View Post
    Being underage, my comic-reading-treats aren't the good stuff, yesterday I got;
    Some oreo cadburys chocolate, some milky stars in those share-bags, 2 wagon wheels, and 4 go ahead apple/raisin bar, oh yeah.

    ;P Bad-ass.
    Nothing wrong with wagon wheels :)

    Gonna crack open the Absolute Final Crisis I just got today, along with a tasty Red Racer ESB.


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    New Belgium Belgian IPA and The Sixth Gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slam_Bradley View Post
    New Belgium Belgian IPA and The Sixth Gun.
    I picked up a six pack of that same beer and will be reading the cbldf liberty annual, colder #1, legiom lost #14 and all-new x-men#1

    And i hope youre digging sixth gun, one of my favorite current stories
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    Been reading Green Lantern books this weekend. Now Absolute Sinestro Corps War with Grimbergen Double 6.5%. Delicious stuff! The 6-pack set me back € 5.34, about $ 7.00

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    I like how you matched your beer with your comic.

    Tonight, I will be drinking Deschutes Black Butte Porter while reading Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes. I just recently discovered the awesomeness of the legion. :) Also, gonna fool around with my Macross Frontier VF-171 afterwards. Complete geek night.


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    Stout is my favorite style. Here's a quick list of my favorites:

    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
    Founders Breakfast Stout
    Left Hand Milk Stout (Nitro)
    Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout
    Sam Adams Cream Stout (this beer is severely underrated)

    Some must-try beers I've had recently:

    Samuel Smith Yorkshire Stingo
    Ommegang Three Philosophers
    Weihenstephaner Vitus
    Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin
    Sam Adams Wee Heavy
    Founders Old Curmudgeon Ale

    Quote Originally Posted by ChadH View Post
    I just had the Abita Christmas Ale earlier this evening - meh.
    From Abita, I prefer Turbodog and Jackamo IPA.
    Haven't had a Guinness in a long time. I really should again.
    The Jockamo IPA is great. I recommend their Abbey Ale if you haven't had it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChadH View Post
    Old Rasputin is good. I've heard of Brother Thelonius but haven't had the pleasure. Is that a Belgian style? Sierra Nevada Narwhal? I haven't seen that here. I'll look for it next time I'm in Omaha. Is it good? Opinions!
    Brother Thelonius is overrated. There are better Belgian style beers out there (like Abita's Abbey Ale), or you could just get a true Belgian and be done with it.

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    I like beer, but can't pair it with reading. I have a low tolerance and short attention span, the combination means I can't read anything if even mildly foggy.

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    I've got a six-pack of Full Sail's latest entry in its "LTD" limited edition series. This one, recipe #6, is a really dark lager. It's as dark as a stout in color, but much lighter in body.

    And I'm currently reading a year-old issue of Alter Ego.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Allen View Post
    I've got a six-pack of Full Sail's latest entry in its "LTD" limited edition series. This one, recipe #6, is a really dark lager. It's as dark as a stout in color, but much lighter in body.

    And I'm currently reading a year-old issue of Alter Ego.
    That beer sounds tasty.

    Finished reading Superboy and the Legion of Super-heroes. Blah. That was terrible, but I haven't given up on the Legion.

    Anyway, tonight: Batman: Earth One, paired with a Vertical Winter Ale from Tree Brewing. Mmm... vanilla.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse_custer View Post
    Stout is my favorite style. Here's a quick list of my favorites:

    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
    Founders Breakfast Stout
    Left Hand Milk Stout (Nitro)
    Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout
    Sam Adams Cream Stout (this beer is severely underrated)

    Some must-try beers I've had recently:

    Samuel Smith Yorkshire Stingo
    Ommegang Three Philosophers
    Weihenstephaner Vitus
    Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin
    Sam Adams Wee Heavy
    Founders Old Curmudgeon Ale



    The Jockamo IPA is great. I recommend their Abbey Ale if you haven't had it.



    Brother Thelonius is overrated. There are better Belgian style beers out there (like Abita's Abbey Ale), or you could just get a true Belgian and be done with it.
    That's a nice list. We seem to have similar preferences in beer. Thanks for the opinions. Recommendations are always appreciated.
    I'll keep an eye out for the Hitachino Nest Esspresso Stout and the Abita Abbey Ale.
    I just saw some Founders Old Curmudgeon last weekend, but they wanted around $2.75 per bottle, so I picked up some less expensive Founders Porter instead.
    As for comics: I'm currently enjoying Samurai Executioner, Volume 4: Portrait of Death. By Kazuo Koike & Goseki Kojima. If you like old samurai movies, I recommend this series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebkoX View Post
    Being underage, my comic-reading-treats aren't the good stuff, yesterday I got;
    Some oreo cadburys chocolate, some milky stars in those share-bags, 2 wagon wheels, and 4 go ahead apple/raisin bar, oh yeah.

    ;P Bad-ass.
    Actually, chocolate stars and apple raisin bars sound pretty good.
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    Thanks again Belgium for a delicious beer. The world wouldn't be the same. This Leffe Tripel 8.5% is really REALLY nice... with a hint of coriander and orange peel. They were discounted in the supermarket, so $7.00 for 6 bottles.

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