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While in New York in December of 92 a friend who does graphics for SNL got me tickets for the rehearsal show. It’s the show to see as it’s a little less stressed for the cast and you get all the skits (they cut some for the live show). After the rehearsal show my friend had a friend of his take me to Hurley’s It’s the SNL bar half a block from 30 Rock).

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There I was introduced to Murphy’s Irish Stout. Forgive me a moment of Homer Simpson AAAAHHHHGGG! It was flown fresh from Ireland and I fell smooth in love. I like Guinness quite a lot but Murphy’s leaves it in the dust. It’s like drinking buttered rye bread. I had more than a few Laphroaigs combined with it and it was glorious.
(09-05-2011 11:38 AM)ForceTen Wrote: [ -> ]Need to find me some Yeungling here in MN. Or, get it imported if I can. I figure, if I can get the local liquor store to import from Scotland, they should be able to from the NorthEast. Smile
Good luck F10, I'm only two states away and we can't get it. Fortunately I have two coworkers who visit family in PA, so I have a standing order for a case every time they travel south. Then I hoard them!
"Yuengling"

We had that for the first time last summer traveling east. Good stuff!

Lately we're rather fond of pretty much anything (dark) by New Belgium, Dogfish Head, or Capitol Brewrey Smile
(01-13-2012 02:39 PM)Renaissance Man Wrote: [ -> ]While in New York in December of 92 a friend who does graphics for SNL got me tickets for the rehearsal show. It’s the show to see as it’s a little less stressed for the cast and you get all the skits (they cut some for the live show). After the rehearsal show my friend had a friend of his take me to Hurley’s It’s the SNL bar half a block from 30 Rock).

[Image: Hurleys.jpg]

There I was introduced to Murphy’s Irish Stout. Forgive me a moment of Homer Simpson AAAAHHHHGGG! It was flown fresh from Ireland and I fell smooth in love. I like Guinness quite a lot but Murphy’s leaves it in the dust. It’s like drinking buttered rye bread. I had more than a few Laphroaigs combined with it and it was glorious.

I think my family ate there two summers ago. The burgers and pub food were quite good from what I can remember.
If you can get it try the Lagunitas WTF Jobless Recovery Ale......yum! Smile
New Belgium's 1554 black ale. For the time being.
Good pick there, Raoul!
(02-24-2012 02:27 PM)RaoulDuke Wrote: [ -> ]New Belgium's 1554 black ale. For the time being.

I've just tried that for the first time tonight! I'm a Guinness Grrrl, so I very much appreciated it....yummy!
I'm not a big beer drinker. But I prefer pale ales when I do have one, My favorite brand is Harp.
I brewed a Bourbon Aged Dubbel about a month and a half ago. Brought out the first bottle for the Super Bowl.
Had anothor the other night. it's mellowed just a bit in the couple weeks since.

That may be my favorite beer at this precise moment.
I'll need to do that again, It was only a 1 gallon batch, I need to up it to 5.
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