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.264 magnum
01-02-2013, 12:42
Wow!!!

pizza_pablo
01-02-2013, 13:05
:dunno:

Osborne
01-02-2013, 13:13
I've heard a lot about it haven't had the opportunity to try.

hooligan74
01-02-2013, 13:22
Yep, it's a good'n.

If you get the chance, try New Holland Brewery's Dragon's Milk, Bells Brewing Black Note or Founders' Brewing Kentucky Breakfast Stout, too. All of them are fantastic barrel-aged stouts, just like Black Ops.

.264 magnum
01-02-2013, 13:55
Yep, it's a good'n.

If you get the chance, try New Holland Brewery's Dragon's Milk, Bells Brewing Black Note or Founders' Brewing Kentucky Breakfast Stout, too. All of them are fantastic barrel-aged stouts, just like Black Ops.

I hate you fully. None of those are available in Texas.

hooligan74
01-02-2013, 14:34
Well, Black Note is pretty tough to come by anywhere. Do you not get any Bells or Founders in TX?

There is a brewery in Hickory, NC, that makes a wonderful barrel-aged stout, too. It's called Event Horizon. I'm certain you don't get it in TX, either. Look it up on BeerAdvocate.com and if you're interested in doing a bottle swap, let me know. We have several 750mL bottles from this year's production.

Bello
01-02-2013, 14:40
I had plain old Brooklyn brown and love

.264 magnum
01-02-2013, 15:24
Well, Black Note is pretty tough to come by anywhere. Do you not get any Bells or Founders in TX?

There is a brewery in Hickory, NC, that makes a wonderful barrel-aged stout, too. It's called Event Horizon. I'm certain you don't get it in TX, either. Look it up on BeerAdvocate.com and if you're interested in doing a bottle swap, let me know. We have several 750mL bottles from this year's production.

Bells nor Founders have ever been in Texas. I looked on the TABC (our BATF for booze) webpage for confirmation.


What would you like in trade?

.264 magnum
01-02-2013, 15:24
I had plain old Brooklyn brown and love

I get that but to me Brown beers are thin and lack finish. But they sell well.

Bello
01-02-2013, 18:18
I get that but to me Brown beers are thin and lack finish. But they sell well.

It tastes like Guinness

hooligan74
01-02-2013, 19:01
Bells nor Founders have ever been in Texas. I looked on the TABC (our BATF for booze) webpage for confirmation.


What would you like in trade?


You got any local breweries that bottle their good stuff? Growlers are too much of a pain in the ass to try to ship.

Event Horizon isn't too pricey, $15/bomber, so anything $10-15 a bomber is fine.

.264 magnum
01-07-2013, 22:47
You got any local breweries that bottle their good stuff? Growlers are too much of a pain in the ass to try to ship.

Event Horizon isn't too pricey, $15/bomber, so anything $10-15 a bomber is fine.

We have a bunch of Texas breweries. Most I'd tag somewhere between good and very good with a couple inching into the the very good/excellent category. I'll snoop around.