Dear Craft Beer Drinkers

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    I gave it a solid 4/5 on Untapped in March.

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    Gneiss, make sure you give the GP Super Fresh a blat if you haven't already. It blew me away.

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    Will do, cheers

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    All of the GP fresh hazies are great. The Super Fresh is high ABV. Doesn't taste like it though.

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    phew, I thought I'd come back and GP were not still the best brewery in the country

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    gneiss wrote:
    New to my fridge today. Anyone tried it?

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    Very very sour haha

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    gneiss wrote:
    New to my fridge today. Anyone tried it?

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    Very, very good,

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    It's been too long since I last posted. I'm f***ing gluten free (not by choice), so I've been hitting cider as my main weapon of choice for 'thirst to booze ratio'.

    My sister who is an owner of Beer Baroness has been doing some pretty cool co-labs recently. Did any of y'all try the pickle sour beer?

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    I gave it a solid 4/5 on Untapped in August.

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    NiNjA-Keeley wrote:
    It's been too long since I last posted. I'm f***ing gluten free (not by choice), so I've been hitting cider as my main weapon of choice for 'thirst to booze ratio'.

    My sister who is an owner of Beer Baroness has been doing some pretty cool co-labs recently. Did any of y'all try the pickle sour beer?
    Hell yeah, loved it. Had it at beervana.

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    Loved it too.

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    w0lfbrains wrote:
    Bucklands Beach actually. I hope Picton St is exactly the same as it was when I left
    Seems like it's about ten times as busy nowadays. And there's a Jetts there lol.

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    At least I can live my beer drinking dreams through you guys #caltexdreamscometrue

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    Had the GP acid last night after one of these (mixed of course). Both were delicious, and went well one after the other.
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    I like those Urbanaut brews. Nice on their own, and mostly great when mixed.

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    NiNjA-Keeley wrote:
    It's been too long since I last posted. I'm f***ing gluten free (not by choice), so I've been hitting cider as my main weapon of choice for 'thirst to booze ratio'.

    My sister who is an owner of Beer Baroness has been doing some pretty cool co-labs recently. Did any of y'all try the pickle sour beer?
    I went to get some riggers the other day during their opening hours and they were shut. I was sad

    Those celiac feels...GF and drinking decent beer is really mutually exclusive!

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    NiNjA-Keeley wrote:
    It's been too long since I last posted. I'm f***ing gluten free (not by choice), so I've been hitting cider as my main weapon of choice for 'thirst to booze ratio'.

    My sister who is an owner of Beer Baroness has been doing some pretty cool co-labs recently. Did any of y'all try the pickle sour beer?
    Yis, I love pickles but not too keen on sours. This one I liked though.

    Sent from my F5121 using Tapatalk

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    Is this a Homebrew thread as well? As I bought a pallet of 500ml bottles and need to get rid of half of it. There's a post in BST.

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    Heading to the SI Wine and Food festival today. Hoping to check out Pomeroys for my first time afterwards.

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    Urbanaut La Boca is a very nice hazy. 8%, mind you.

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    GaR wrote:
    Urbanaut La Boca is a very nice hazy. 8%, mind you.
    Gonna give that a go.

    Currently downing an old faithful Liberty Citra. $9 at the supermarket at the mo, so couldn't say no.

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    After exploring the $12-16 range of craft beers, I'm wondering what separates them from say the $20+ boxes, as I find the $20+ boxes always taste better.. but why, higher quality ingredients perhaps?

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    Are you talking about the 6-pack boxes of craft beer? If so, I wonder if it's because they're fresher because they're more popular?

    Semi-related, I've bought a couple of craft beers from my local New World that have been past their BB date. I've got refunds for them, but they have since absolutely gutted their range of craft beers. A shame, but if they were sitting on a shelf for so long they went past their BB date, understandable.

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    Pxndx wrote:
    After exploring the $12-16 range of craft beers, I'm wondering what separates them from say the $20+ boxes, as I find the $20+ boxes always taste better.. but why, higher quality ingredients perhaps?
    what?

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    Yeah sorry I mean the boxes of 6, like the ipas that sell for $12-14. I find the boxes of ipas that sell for $20+ are much nicer.