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Avery Out of Bounds Stout November 29, 2011

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Today’s entry is from Sean Buchan aka beertographer and features Avery Out of Bounds Stout. Sean is an amazing photographer and obviously a big craft beer fan in Denver. Sean is a regular contributor to Denver Off the Wagon where he is currently featured as the man behind the Beer Porn of the Week.

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Sierra Nevada Celebration November 28, 2011

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Today’s entry is from Shawn aka Take Another Swig and features Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale. For those that don’t already know, Celebration is Sierra Nevada’s annual holiday seasonal that instead of going the spice route, goes for a nice fresh hop character that’s quite refreshing. Shawn was at the Meadowlands in New Jersey celebrating (see what I did there?) a New York Jets win against the Buffalo Bills.

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Happy Thanksgiving! November 24, 2011

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Happy Thanksgiving everybody! Hopefully right now you’re waking up to a house that’s already smelling of delicious foods. Today I wanted to share with you my craft beer pairings with my ’09 Thanksgiving meal that I really enjoyed. Above you’ll see that I paired my main course of turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, turnip, stuffing, green beans, sweet potatoes and corn with the wonderful Allagash Grand Cru. This year I’ll be trying it with Allagash Tripel. Something about Allagash just always gets me on Thanksgiving.

For dessert I went with Great Divide Oak Aged Yeti. This was GOOD, but at the time I wished I had not gone the oaked route. A regular Yeti or even a Belgian Yeti would have hit the spot even more. This year I haven’t quite decided what I’ll be pairing it with, but the 2009 Brooklyn Brewery Black Chocolate Stout that’s sitting in the fridge is calling my name.

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Petrus Oaked Pale Ale November 23, 2011

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Today’s entry is from Stephen Lyfords and features Petrus Oaked Pale Ale. Anyone ever had this one before?

Stephen takes great beertography on the reg, so definitely be sure to follow him on Google+ as well.

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Samuel Smith Imperial Stout November 22, 2011

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Today’s photo comes to us from Jym Doolan aka The BrewThusiast. Jym checked this beer into Untappd and then exclaimed, “Wonderful Example of Imperial Stout! Man I love this #beer!” and I have to concur. Sam Smith is pretty easy to find here in NYC, and it’s always a go-to when you want something quality. For more craft beer goodness, check out Jym’s website thebrewthusiast.com

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Hill Farmstead/Cigar City Nor Double IPA November 21, 2011

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Hey folks, we’re back and kicking it off with a great photo. This one comes to us courtesy of Shawn of Take Another Swig. Shawn just visited Hill Farmstead in VT and it sounds like he had an amazing time… and drank some amazing beers of course. Check out our visit up there this past Summer. Shawn was also the runner up in our Brooklyn Brewery Beertography Contest where his awesome shot of his cat complete with vampire cape was very popular. Cheers and thanks to Shawn!

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Oktoberfest Beers October 28, 2011

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Today’s photo comes to us from Daryl Meek aka Hepcat75 and is entitled “OktobHERfest”. Here’s the caption Daryl included:

The problem with finding good beers, is that she is now finding them too.

And she’s drinking all my beer!!!!

Both of these are good ones, too. The Harpoon is particularly smooth…and dangerous. And look at that color! A nice, rich, red brew…it definitely did not disappoint.

You can check out Daryl’s photos on his website digitalartscape.com.

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Natty Greene’s Buckshot Amber October 27, 2011

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Continuing the theme of missing Summer, today’s photo features a beer called Buckshot Amber out of North Carolina brewery Natty Greene’s, submitted to us by Nick Puglisi. Here’s Nick’s description of his submission:

I took this picture while sitting on the back deck looking at the ocean in Kill Devil Hills, NC on my last night of vacation this past week. A few shingles and a little bit of siding missing from some of the houses, but the Hurricane didn’t make OBX any less pretty than it always has been. Buckshot Amber is an NC beer from Natty Greene’s Brewery.

Thanks Nick for the photo! Check out Nick’s blog Beer Trails.

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Russian River Pliny the Elder October 26, 2011

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Today’s photo came from a user on the Beertography Facebook page named Joseph Povella. Joseph shared his photo of one of the best beers in the world, Russian River Pliny the Elder. On top of that, the pool in the background made me die a little thinking about how much I miss summer already. Pliny + pool = amazing Summer day.

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I also realized that due to a dumb setting on Facebook, I wasn’t immediately getting notified of new postings on the Beertography page. That’s fixed now, so if Facebook is your preferred sharing method, you’re good to go.

Sun King Osiris Pale Ale October 25, 2011

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Today’s photo features Sun King’s Osiris Pale Ale submitted by Rodney McPhail. I’ve had the chance to check out some of the other offerings from Sun King (all in 16oz. tallboy cans)
and have consistently enjoyed them. I’ve heard a few rumors lately about extremely exciting stuff coming in can form from Sun King very soon. Have you ever heard of a barrel-aged beer in a can?

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