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BottomlandBrew
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Holy shit, Wiltz.





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Jax-Tiger
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re: FBD - Late Lunch Edition


I was at the Beermongers enjoying a draft at lunch and today, and I heard two guys saying favorable things about Anita Turbodog and Purple Haze.





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urinetrouble
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quote:

wiltznucs



How did the Ghost do? Pretty tough to follow that KR Citra.







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wiltznucs
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The Ghost faired pretty well. A bit sweet on the back end but held his own with the big boys.





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urinetrouble
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Good to know. That's an impressive lineup.






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heypaul
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Holy hell wiltz...

I'm a little more drunk just looking that line up






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Matisyeezy
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quote:

Come to the brewery next Friday and I'll show you one the best times you've have every had at a brewery


I'm definitely going to be there. Excited about it.






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JasonL79
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Nola has quantity over quality.


Some people make it seem like there is a big difference between Nola and Parish. I'm not so sure about that. Looking at the lineup:

Stout- Nola has several good ones

Wheat- pretty close between canebreak and 7th st

Amber/Red ale- pretty close between southcoast and flambeau red.

Brown- Nola's brown is descent.Their breakfast brown at the tap room is good also. Parish doesn't make any.

Blond- don't really care for blonde's

Pale Ale- parish with envie. Nola only produced one in their tap room.

IPA- can you compare hopitoulas to farmhouse IPA, different styles I would assume.

DIPA- clear winner seems to be GITM. People say mechahopzilla is much better on tap than in the can. Can't say that I'm a DIPA fan yet. May try GITM this weekend at Avenue.

Barleywine- parish with Grand Reserve which is really good.

Black IPA- Parish with Dr. hopitgon

Besides the regular lineup, Nola makes plenty one offs and experiments with their lineup. Some of their experimental beers at the tap room are really good. Personally I like both breweries and would say with what they do they are pretty close. I do wish Nola would bottle some of their experimental beers from time to time.



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bbrou33
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Black IPA- nola with Dr. hopitgon

Parish**






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tetu
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re: FBD - Late Lunch Edition


IMO:
Wheat- canebreak < 7th st
Amber/Red ale- southcoast < flambeau red.
DIPA- GITM > mechahopzilla

quote:

Black IPA- PARISH with Dr. hopitgon


ETA: Overall, I take parish. Look forward to an Imperial Stout from them one day. I know they'll do it right.



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tetu
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HOly Hell Wiltz. How was the winification?

Awesome lineup. Glad to hear GitM held up in the group.



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JasonL79
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quote:

quote:


Black IPA- nola with Dr. hopitgon



Parish**


That's what I meant.






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