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Lately I have really been enjoying "Snake Bites" a combo of really good cider and Guinness beer. I also usually prefer an oatmeal stout or other dark beer but lately I have been liking Firestone Walker 805.

Any favorites out there you would recommend?
 

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Iron horse brewery Irish death and midnight sun brewery panty peeler are two of my recent favorites. The Irish death is a dark ale and the panty peeler is Belgian style tripel
 

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Another few I would highly recommend but may be difficult to find unless you are in alaska are:

Alaskan White - Belgian style witbier
Alaskan Oatmeal Stout
Midnight Sun Brewing Monks Mistress - Special Dark Belgian Ale (Beware it tastes great but can sneak up on you at 11.5%. Haha)
 

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Another few I would highly recommend but may be difficult to find unless you are in alaska are:

Alaskan White - Belgian style witbier
Alaskan Oatmeal Stout
Midnight Sun Brewing Monks Mistress - Special Dark Belgian Ale (Beware it tastes great but can sneak up on you at 11.5%. Haha)
Wow that's some serious ABV reminds me of Lagunitas Waldo
 

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You guys just keep giving me something else to look into to occupy my time. First the coffee, now the different beers. I've always been stuck to regular beers like Moosehead and Stella.. time to venture out and join the discussion.

I'll let you guys know what's going on if I don't wake up with a headache tomorrow ;)
 

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You guys just keep giving me something else to look into to occupy my time. First the coffee, now the different beers. I've always been stuck to regular beers like Moosehead and Stella.. time to venture out and join the discussion.

I'll let you guys know what's going on if I don't wake up with a headache tomorrow ;)
I was the same way. Then a buddy gave me a craft beer to try and it was game over. Nothing like a good craft beer.
 

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You guys just keep giving me something else to look into to occupy my time. First the coffee, now the different beers. I've always been stuck to regular beers like Moosehead and Stella.. time to venture out and join the discussion.

I'll let you guys know what's going on if I don't wake up with a headache tomorrow ;)
This is awesome!!! This is the entire reason OT exists!

On another note when you can have your local pub/bar make you a snakebite.

Half apple cider, half your favorite dark beer (Guinness is the traditional one but any dark you may like is fine)
 
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