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I did January. .....
By:  Bean (Moderators; 16960)
Posted on: 02-09-2019 19:17.
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Mostly. We had our company holiday party in late January, and I had decided in advance I could have a drink then.

On your beers:
* Sapporo - standard lager. I've had one or two, but wouldn't buy it again
* Deschutes Porter - pretty good. I'm not a big porter guy, but every now and then I'll have one when it's cold out. This has been a good week for them
* Mother's 3 Blind Mice - haven't seen this one
* New Belgium Citradelic - pretty decent IPA. United had it for a while so I'd get one of those and a Buffalo Trace
* Hemporor - haven't seen this one
* Avery White Rascal - I was in a restaurant and heard a couple guys complaining that it had been there forever. But I enjoy it. Maybe a touch sweet to have frequently

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