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FLASHPRO
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FLASHPRO
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Brewer's beers you've reviewed

Website Comments by FLASHPRO

Back by popular demand! I modified the brewery pages to show the blue check mark next to the beer if you've reviewed it.


1 year ago
# 1
# 1

CYBERCAT
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CYBERCAT
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Merci beaucoup, danke schœn, muchas gracias, domo arigato!

1 year ago
# 2
# 2

CHOPZ
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CHOPZ
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Thank you - very happy with that :)

1 year ago
# 3
# 3

Thanks it’s a big help!!

1 year ago
# 4
# 4

I like it!

1 year ago
# 5
# 5

FLASHPRO
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Been a long time since there was a new poll so this is it! Thanks for the suggestion.

5 months ago
# 6
# 6

Dry beer was a macro gimmick. Fermenting a beer longer to make it dry - craft brewers have been doing it for years.

5 months ago
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# 7

CYRENAICA
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Probably. As long as it tastes good, I'll support it. It wasn't really a style so much as aging pale lagers to remove the alcohol bitterness (Apparently macro beer drinkers wanted to get drunk without the bitterness). As long as craft brewers aren't doing the same thing, it could be good.

5 months ago
# 8
# 8

HEEMER77
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I didn't know that was a trend. Meh.

5 months ago
# 9
# 9

CYBERCAT
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CYBERCAT
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These beer fads come and go like the seasons. The latest trend, I am sure you have noticed, is "Brut" (i.e., dry) IPAs. I've had a few, and they are fine, if not outstanding.

5 months ago
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