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    Wiltz you know I was thinking the same thing.

    Miller Chill I think will fade like Tequiza but thats just me.

    This summer We took a trip to Glenwood Springs here in CO and went to the brewery. They had some good beers No Name was one of my favorites.

    I have been drinking Skinny Dip as of late and an occasional Bud Heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcore View Post
    Blasphemy! Smite Him Vak!

    Agreed!

    I can always enjoy a nice cold Yuengling.

    I have not tried the new Miller Chill yet though.
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    This is mostly directed to bluestater anyone who can get in Wisconsin to buy it, but if you can get your hands on a New Glarus Belgian Quadrouple before its sold out I would definately recommend it. Among beers that pack a punch, I think it is around 11% or 12% ABV.

    If you cannot find the Belgian Quadrouple (which is different than the Belgian Red) I would go w/ the Fat Squirrel which is also very good.

    What type of belgian beer did you like bluestater, have you had a Duvel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart Shark View Post
    Miller Chill - chelada style polluted seawater
    Lienie's Honey Weiss -- I drank the hell outta this in Fargo (whoops...)
    County Grille Red -- Had it this weekend back home, brewered by Anheuser-busch, but they wouldn't tell me what it exactly is. Reminds me of a Lienie's Red.
    and of course, "Lager"
    How is something "brewered" ? Is that a new process? Just bustin your balls a little this morning.

    Exactly how many Honey Weiss did Lies feed you to come away with the autograph?

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    Question for the brewmeisters here (or anyone who knows): Do some brewers use chemicals to flavor their beer? When I first saw Miller Chill, I thought this was a likely candidate, if any. I was drinking some Blue Moon seasonal product last winter, that tasted terrible (maybe cause I was sick at the time), and it occurred to me that it might be chemically enhanced.

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    This time a year, Sunshine Wheat......mmmmmmmmm good!

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    Clone as far as I know there are no chemical enhancements in beer. I believe it would ruine the brewing process and fermentation. I know some on here brew there beer so they would be the best to answer.

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    Just made a trip to the best beer distributor in the world, Shangy's in Lehigh Valley (Beer Heaven) and bought Burgerbrau (Czech Beer) and Red Seal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matclone View Post
    Question for the brewmeisters here (or anyone who knows): Do some brewers use chemicals to flavor their beer? When I first saw Miller Chill, I thought this was a likely candidate, if any. I was drinking some Blue Moon seasonal product last winter, that tasted terrible (maybe cause I was sick at the time), and it occurred to me that it might be chemically enhanced.
    -I don't really know specifics but I don't see why brewers couldn't add artificial flavors but I doubt that would cause the problem you discribed. There are a number of ways beer can spoil including inproper sanitation in the brewing or bottleing process or exposure to light during shipping.
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