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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #300 on: February 18, 2014, 09:42:27 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

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There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #301 on: February 20, 2014, 11:58:42 AM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?
My friends say I'm like doing the laundry and forgetting the bleach: I'm not as bright as I could be.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #302 on: February 20, 2014, 12:58:47 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?

They merged with Bent Brewstillery and took on the Bent name and brands.  Kristen will still be the head brewery, but many of the Pour Decisions recipes will go away.  Too bad since I haven't really liked any of the Bent stuff, but maybe Kristen can improve their beers. :shrug:

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #303 on: February 20, 2014, 01:07:17 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?

They merged with Bent Brewstillery and took on the Bent name and brands.  Kristen will still be the head brewery, but many of the Pour Decisions recipes will go away.  Too bad since I haven't really liked any of the Bent stuff, but maybe Kristen can improve their beers. :shrug:

As long as she's brewing, they should be in good shape to improve; and who knows, after a time some of them may return.  Happens on occasion.
My friends say I'm like doing the laundry and forgetting the bleach: I'm not as bright as I could be.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #304 on: February 20, 2014, 01:11:57 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?

They merged with Bent Brewstillery and took on the Bent name and brands.  Kristen will still be the head brewery, but many of the Pour Decisions recipes will go away.  Too bad since I haven't really liked any of the Bent stuff, but maybe Kristen can improve their beers. :shrug:

As long as she's brewing, they should be in good shape to improve; and who knows, after a time some of them may return.  Happens on occasion.


This is Kristen. :mellow:

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #305 on: February 20, 2014, 01:47:23 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?

They merged with Bent Brewstillery and took on the Bent name and brands.  Kristen will still be the head brewery, but many of the Pour Decisions recipes will go away.  Too bad since I haven't really liked any of the Bent stuff, but maybe Kristen can improve their beers. :shrug:

As long as she's brewing, they should be in good shape to improve; and who knows, after a time some of them may return.  Happens on occasion.


This is Kristen. :mellow:

She needs to wax that 'stache.  :unsure:

 :bag: :lol:
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #306 on: February 20, 2014, 03:23:26 PM »
All intact, and it rocks!

Pour Decisions Acerbidity
Pour Decisions Maroon and Gold
Pour Decisions St. Whatshername (sounds amazing)

Hope you didn't/don't like these too much.  Pour Decisions is no longer if you didn't catch that already.

There are a few St. Whatshername bottles floating around one store if you really like it and want me to grab more.

Trying that one this weekend with the Snag boys, will let you know.  What happened to them?

They merged with Bent Brewstillery and took on the Bent name and brands.  Kristen will still be the head brewery, but many of the Pour Decisions recipes will go away.  Too bad since I haven't really liked any of the Bent stuff, but maybe Kristen can improve their beers. :shrug:

As long as she's brewing, they should be in good shape to improve; and who knows, after a time some of them may return.  Happens on occasion.


This is Kristen. :mellow:

She needs to wax that 'stache.  :unsure:

 :bag: :lol:

:manhands:

Must be East German.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #307 on: February 26, 2014, 10:55:21 PM »
The indestructible box met it's match.  Bitter MN cold.  Everything arrived intact, but there was slush in both growlers (which then spewed over) and some in a couple bottle.  As I already told bakes, I only really cared that the can made it.

Growlers of Crossroads Black IPA and Session IPA.  Hopefully drinkable once they thaw.
Captain Lawrence Frost Monster
Citra Mantra
Jack's Abby Mass Rising and Saxonator
Mystic An Dreoilin
Harpoon Bronze King
Big Elm Saison Reve
Rising Tide Cutter
Pump Station BA Imperial IPA and Porter
Alchemist Petite Mutant  :excited:  I haven't been this excited to try a beer in a long, long time.

Thanks a ton, bakes!  Return shipment coming soonish (depending on the weather). :cheers:

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #308 on: February 26, 2014, 11:31:11 PM »

The Pump Station bottles are solid as hell.  The porter was beautifully balanced... on top of my DVD player... when the CD drawer opened and sprayed it all over God's half acre.  Hope yours fares better.  :thumbup:
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #309 on: February 28, 2014, 03:33:14 PM »
Just cracked the growler of IknowPA and it's completely flat. :(

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #310 on: March 01, 2014, 01:55:11 PM »
Just cracked the growler of IknowPA and it's completely flat. :(

:(  Cursed weather...  :rant:
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #311 on: March 01, 2014, 02:04:54 PM »
Just cracked the growler of IknowPA and it's completely flat. :(

:(  Cursed weather...  :rant:

First glass seemed flat, then I got some life out of the others.  Wasn't a complete loss as it was still tasty enough that I drank the growler.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #312 on: March 20, 2014, 09:36:44 AM »
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #313 on: March 20, 2014, 11:28:54 AM »
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #314 on: March 20, 2014, 11:48:05 AM »
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #315 on: March 20, 2014, 02:51:35 PM »
Just cracked the growler of IknowPA and it's completely flat. :(

:(  Cursed weather...  :rant:

First glass seemed flat, then I got some life out of the others.  Wasn't a complete loss as it was still tasty enough that I drank the growler.
This is why you need a soda stream.  pump some Co2 into flat growlers, just release the pressure very sloooowly. 
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #316 on: March 20, 2014, 09:35:34 PM »
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Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!  Or should I say HOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPS!
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #317 on: March 21, 2014, 05:32:50 AM »
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4 Blakkr
4 Let it Ride IPA
Excelsior Bridge Jumper IPA
Oso Winds of Change
Borealis Mon Cherries
Toppling Goliath Zeelander
3 Sheeps Nimble Lips
Indeed Hot Box
Indeed Burr Grinder
New Glarus Dubbel
New Glarus Spiced Ale
Great Lakes Chillwave DIPA
Homebrew Sleighor DIPA

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!  Or should I say HOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPS!

Wait on the homebrew a bit.  I have to pop one of my bottles to make sure they are carbed enough.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #318 on: March 21, 2014, 10:37:51 AM »
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4 Blakkr
4 Let it Ride IPA
Excelsior Bridge Jumper IPA good, a bit buttery
Oso Winds of Change
Borealis Mon Cherries
Toppling Goliath Zeelander
3 Sheeps Nimble Lips
Indeed Hot Box
Indeed Burr Grinder
New Glarus Dubbel
New Glarus Spiced Ale
Great Lakes Chillwave DIPA
Homebrew Sleighor DIPA

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!  Or should I say HOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPS!

Wait on the homebrew a bit.  I have to pop one of my bottles to make sure they are carbed enough.

 :thumbup: 
My friends say I'm like doing the laundry and forgetting the bleach: I'm not as bright as I could be.

Gator to Pols: I bet you wish the last wedding you went to was the one right before yours....

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #319 on: March 21, 2014, 11:02:27 AM »
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4 Blakkr
4 Let it Ride IPA
Excelsior Bridge Jumper IPA good, a bit buttery
Oso Winds of Change
Borealis Mon Cherries
Toppling Goliath Zeelander
3 Sheeps Nimble Lips
Indeed Hot Box
Indeed Burr Grinder
New Glarus Dubbel
New Glarus Spiced Ale
Great Lakes Chillwave DIPA
Homebrew Sleighor DIPA

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!  Or should I say HOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPS!

Wait on the homebrew a bit.  I have to pop one of my bottles to make sure they are carbed enough.

 :thumbup:

Funny about the Bridge Jumper.  I haven't had any of their bottles, but that was the same problem the brewer had when he was at a local brewpub.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
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4 Blakkr
4 Let it Ride IPA
Excelsior Bridge Jumper IPA good, a bit buttery
Oso Winds of Change
Borealis Mon Cherries
Toppling Goliath Zeelander
3 Sheeps Nimble Lips
Indeed Hot Box
Indeed Burr Grinder
New Glarus Dubbel
New Glarus Spiced Ale
Great Lakes Chillwave DIPA
Homebrew Sleighor DIPA

Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!  Or should I say HOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPS!

Wait on the homebrew a bit.  I have to pop one of my bottles to make sure they are carbed enough.

 :thumbup:

Funny about the Bridge Jumper.  I haven't had any of their bottles, but that was the same problem the brewer had when he was at a local brewpub.

Seems like he needs to think about a better diacetyl rest.  Otherwise it was tasty.
My friends say I'm like doing the laundry and forgetting the bleach: I'm not as bright as I could be.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #321 on: June 16, 2014, 10:37:16 AM »
Bakes received growlers of Bent Paddle Cold Press Black Ale and Fitgers Minnesota Nice - Citra on Saturday.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #322 on: June 24, 2014, 03:53:46 PM »
Bakes received growlers of Bent Paddle Cold Press Black Ale and Fitgers Minnesota Nice - Citra on Saturday.

The Nice quickly and happily was consumed the next day.  :ale:  Absolutely special session IPA.  The Cold Press Black was delicious - huge coffee character - and consumed with a vast "may as well load up the Weber and not have to cook the rest of the week" BBQ yesterday with someone who absolutely loved that brew, even more than I did. ;)

Thanks bud - return volley coming shortly.  :cheers:
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #323 on: June 24, 2014, 03:58:22 PM »
Bakes received growlers of Bent Paddle Cold Press Black Ale and Fitgers Minnesota Nice - Citra on Saturday.

The Nice quickly and happily was consumed the next day.  :ale:  Absolutely special session IPA.  The Cold Press Black was delicious - huge coffee character - and consumed with a vast "may as well load up the Weber and not have to cook the rest of the week" BBQ yesterday with someone who absolutely loved that brew, even more than I did. ;)

Thanks bud - return volley coming shortly.  :cheers:

I'm going to have to make special trips to get beers to send out to you now.  Between homebrewing and the new job, I don't shop for beer anymore.  I have as much as I can drink on hand.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #324 on: July 07, 2014, 10:25:19 AM »
Bakes received growlers of Bent Paddle Cold Press Black Ale and Fitgers Minnesota Nice - Citra on Saturday.

The Nice quickly and happily was consumed the next day.  :ale:  Absolutely special session IPA.  The Cold Press Black was delicious - huge coffee character - and consumed with a vast "may as well load up the Weber and not have to cook the rest of the week" BBQ yesterday with someone who absolutely loved that brew, even more than I did. ;)

Thanks bud - return volley coming shortly.  :cheers:

I'm going to have to make special trips to get beers to send out to you now.  Between homebrewing and the new job, I don't shop for beer anymore.  I have as much as I can drink on hand.

No worries - I've been so damn busy that I've had little chance to get brews, and the ones I want to growler up (e.g. Abandon Farmhouse IPA) weren't available for fills for whatever reason.  Hoping that the timing works out right so that I can grab that one on the way out for Great Taste.  Actually, that may not be a bad plan - it's a helluva lot easier to cart out the beer than it is to ship it, so I may wait until them and hand deliver whatever I have accumulated.
My friends say I'm like doing the laundry and forgetting the bleach: I'm not as bright as I could be.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #325 on: July 07, 2014, 10:36:09 AM »
Bakes received growlers of Bent Paddle Cold Press Black Ale and Fitgers Minnesota Nice - Citra on Saturday.

The Nice quickly and happily was consumed the next day.  :ale:  Absolutely special session IPA.  The Cold Press Black was delicious - huge coffee character - and consumed with a vast "may as well load up the Weber and not have to cook the rest of the week" BBQ yesterday with someone who absolutely loved that brew, even more than I did. ;)

Thanks bud - return volley coming shortly.  :cheers:

I'm going to have to make special trips to get beers to send out to you now.  Between homebrewing and the new job, I don't shop for beer anymore.  I have as much as I can drink on hand.

No worries - I've been so damn busy that I've had little chance to get brews, and the ones I want to growler up (e.g. Abandon Farmhouse IPA) weren't available for fills for whatever reason.  Hoping that the timing works out right so that I can grab that one on the way out for Great Taste.  Actually, that may not be a bad plan - it's a helluva lot easier to cart out the beer than it is to ship it, so I may wait until them and hand deliver whatever I have accumulated.

 :cheers:

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #326 on: August 14, 2014, 09:58:44 AM »
Any clue which growlers are which.  They are going down this weekend, but it would be nice to know which ones I am pulling when.

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #327 on: October 24, 2014, 09:36:17 PM »
Arrived safe and sound today...

Alchemist Focal Banger x4 :pickle:
Alchemist The Crusher x4  :excited:
Fiddlehead Mastermind DIPA x2 (drinking one now and it's crushable)
Growler I can't remember...

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #328 on: October 25, 2014, 12:03:43 PM »
Growler is Pump Station Handsome GuyPA, no boil hops, all CTZ.  Drink ASAP.  Glad it all made it safe and sound. :thumb up:
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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #329 on: March 19, 2016, 09:24:07 PM »


Ally photobomb. 

Thanks Bakes! :cheers:

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Re: Tip Top vs. Bakes
« Reply #330 on: October 30, 2017, 11:09:41 PM »
Bakes hit me with a cooler full of stuff at Great Taste.  I finally shipped his cooler back full of stuff.  The longest ongoing trade at TBS is still going strong. :cheers: