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This has got to be an non starter

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From my perspective, even without the pumpkin spice.

MissKathleen Level 9 Nov 15, 2019

me too.

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Me too

bobwjr Level 9 Nov 14, 2019
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No thanks, I like my wine... Beer tastes crappy anyway lol

Cutiebeauty Level 9 Nov 13, 2019

I haven't had a beer in 7 ot 8 years, I have had wine and liquor, but beer is off my list for the forseeable future.

Yup

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🤢

Freefromgod Level 6 Nov 13, 2019
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Bleh

Livinlife Level 9 Nov 13, 2019
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in its favor, it might actually have some flavor now

bookofmoron Level 8 Nov 13, 2019

Yeah, terrible flavor.

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🤬🤬🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤢🤮🤬🤬☠☠

KKGator Level 9 Nov 13, 2019
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There's a rash of fruit-based brews out there...from Raspberry, to Coconut, to Mango...and it's working.

Microbreweries are springing up all over the place with tasty beers that have a unique flavor.

They are still relatively bitter (I found that a Mango brew needed a touch of sugar or honey - but that's me)...and still brewed with hops and malt...and the low alcohol gives you a mild buzz, as well.

Robecology Level 8 Nov 13, 2019

I should take notes when I visit my favorite brew pub. One time I had a coconut porter and was pleasantly surprised. There doesn't seem to be any limit to the craft brewer's imagination.

@WonderWartHog99 Please do! Looking forward to your report!

@Robecology They have 19 craft beers on tap, which they change weekly if not daily. Some of them have octane rating of 11 percent. (Petunia wonders how I get so mellow on two beers.)
They will give you up to four small samples before decide on which pint you want.

My guess is they also have about 300 different types of craft beer in bottles. I look for the stouts with a bourbon flavor for take home.

For the abstainers, they do a thriving morning trade selling coffee house style fancy Dan stuff with pastries. Since Petunia can't stand beer, it makes her tolerate me going in for a couple of beers. Give that woman a chocolate latte, extra form on top with a chocolate chip muffin and she'll mellow out.

For more details see: [brewsonthealley.com]

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