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01-11-2011, 04:35 PM   #16
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It's a bouncing baby Belgian Tripel. Our very first batch of beer is now in the bottles. A little bit from the carboy to drink tonight without carbonation. It's going to be a long 2 weeks before we can sample the finished product.

Not a great photo but it says a lot!!


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Nice selection of donor bottles. Victory Brewery is right down the road from me. It's a nice place to visit and have a meal.
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oh! what lens were you using for the guinness image?

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It's a bouncing baby Belgian Tripel. Our very first batch of beer is now in the bottles. A little bit from the carboy to drink tonight without carbonation. It's going to be a long 2 weeks before we can sample the finished product.
could you describe that taste? (besides being a great beer )

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QuoteOriginally posted by slipchuck Quote
could you describe that taste? (besides being a great beer )

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I'm not the best at describing tastes, but I know what I like. I'd say its a lot like a typical Belgian ale but more. Spicy,Fruity and complex without a super hoppy taste. And pretty high in alcohol, this one came out at about 8%. One of my favorites and much more drinkable than most high alcohol beer such as IPA's.

I'm a big fan of belgians. Delirium Tremens is one of my all time favorites.
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Mill Street coffee Porter, my current drink of choice
not the best shot i was just fooling with my new k7 trying out features (selective colour in this case) so straight out of the camera




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Nice selection of donor bottles. Victory Brewery is right down the road from me. It's a nice place to visit and have a meal.
Lucky Bastid!!! Hop Devil has become my favorite IPA, very well balanced. And V12 rocks my socks. They do some great stuff.
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Love Mill Street's stuff Eddie, their Tankhouse is my poison of choice these days.

If memory serves, this was a pint of Leffe blonde. I remember the day well, this was the very first shot I ever took with my new to me, FA50 f1.4


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Love Mill Street's stuff Eddie, their Tankhouse is my poison of choice these days.

If memory serves, this was a pint of Leffe blonde. I remember the day well, this was the very first shot I ever took with my new to me, FA50 f1.4



Tankhouse is my other beer, though i had an ipa at the distillery that was cask conditioned that was very fine

I did some work for them in December (shot photos at an event) still waiting for the cheque but did get the 2 cases of beer promised already
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Cool Cans... Cooler than Joe Camel...



A little soft but you get the idea...



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Mill Street coffee Porter, my current drink of choice
not the best shot i was just fooling with my new k7 trying out features (selective colour in this case) so straight out of the camera


does it tastes as strong as it sounds?
I like the organic and the stock ales... Last time I had millstreet it was the tank house pale ale and it gave me a bad hangover
have you been to the millstreet pub?

cheers

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QuoteOriginally posted by imaspy Quote
oh! what lens were you using for the guinness image?
50mm probably at f1.4.
I think at that point in the evening I had already consumed a few... lucky the shot came out.
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I take it it's ok if there is no beer left in the glass, then ?


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does it tastes as strong as it sounds?
I like the organic and the stock ales... Last time I had millstreet it was the tank house pale ale and it gave me a bad hangover
have you been to the millstreet pub?

cheers

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it's a dark beer, but i'm a guiness guy so i don't find it strong, actually it's more drinkable than tankhouse IMHO
and yes i've been to the pub a few times i live pretty close and pass it almost daily, albeit usually on the way to cherry beach with the dog, so no nipping in for a quick one
if i don't get the damn cheque soon though i may just ask for a tab till it's used up
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