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Old 05-17-2011, 05:47 AM
 
Location: Chicago
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Though drastically different than what one traditionally thinks of as Ale. In this case, the Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale and Stout that i talked about, are, in fact, very different.
And what exactly does one "traditionally think of as Ale"? Grand Cru? Witbier? Alt? Hefeweizen? British brown? Porter? IPA? Kolsch?

The presumption that there's some consensus of what "one traditionally thinks of as an Ale" is like claiming there's a presumption of what one traditionally thinks of as a plant: Fern? Tree? Grass? Tulip? Seaweed?
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Old 05-17-2011, 08:03 AM
 
Location: downtown phoenix
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I recommend visiting The Keg in Clarksville and talking to Todd Antz. He is very knowledgable and can usually get any beer you want.
the keg is legendary. i was in there one day and some dudes drove up from alabama to buy beer. probably not a better place within 500 miles for package beer selection.

if you want to drink a few while you get educated try sergio's world beers on story ave. just voted top five beer selection in the WORLD, right here in little old louisville. sergio is an awesome guy and can answer any and all questions regarding foamy frothy goodness.

then, of course, you have rich-o's/new albanian. antoher one of my favorite places. louisville has one of the best beer cultures of any city i've been to.
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Old 05-19-2011, 03:52 AM
 
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cant wait for the revamped Falls City to come in bottles/cans! Tried it on draft, it was great!
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Old 01-02-2012, 06:25 PM
 
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There is nothing like Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale though. I've tried a few of the bourbon ales/stouts available here in Virginia and they just aren't the same. Sadly, it will be awhile before we make another trip to Kentucky or Indiana (which is where we first tried it and bought some to bring home). We are planning a trip to West Virginia in February and I was wondering if anyone knows of any stores there that might carry it. Has to be Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale.
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