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LJDolan

7/31 Beer haul from State Line Liquors

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I got bombers of all of the following from State Line Liquors in Elkton, MD:

Avery 11th Anniversary Ale - imperial IPA.

3 Floyd's Gumballhead - beer made with red wheat and loads of Amarillo hops

Dogfish Head Liquor de Malt

And from a new brewery for me, Cisco Brewing (Nantucket, MA):

Whale's Tale Pale Ale

Summer of Lager

Bailey's Ale

Moor Porter

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Hey, Stateline!, you are in my neck of the woods. I live right across the line in Bear, DE.

I love that store, generally good prices, good selection. Is Liquor de Malt just MAlt Liqour? I thought Midas Touch was their high-gravity stuff.

Looks like a nice haul, report back how they turn out.

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Hey, Stateline!, you are in my neck of the woods. I live right across the line in Bear, DE.

Actually, I live in Northern Virginia. I'm just around the State Line area when I travel to Delaware to catch the East Coast Wrestling Association shows in Newark, DE.

Yes, DFH wanted to see how good of a malt liquor they could do. This one is bottled conditioned and is a great beer.

Midas Touch is pretty much a middle beer gravity-wise that DFH produces. Olde School barleywine, 120 Minute IPA, ImmortAle and World Wide Stout I know are higher. One or two others at least are probably higher than Midas Touch.

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Oh, I definately forgot about the ImmortAle... That stuff will knock you back pretty hard, but it tastes darn fine doing so.

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Looks like a nice haul, report back how they turn out.

Sunday I had the Cisco Summer of Lager and the 3 Floyd's Gumballhad.

Summer of Lager: This seems to be a maerzen style beer and aged for the tradiontional length of time: However, it is brewed in the fall to be served during the summer. This was a good beer, but my favorite American maerzen is still Uncle Otto's Oktoberfest from Portland Brewing.

Gumballhead: This beer seems to be their version of the Wild Goose Spring Wheat, a hoppy American wheat. I liked it.

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