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Sea Dog's Pumpkin Ale

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Winfield Hill, Oct 7, 2004.

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  1. Those of you unfortunate enough not to live in New England no
    doubt won't be able to experience a treasure like Sea Dog's
    Pumpkin Ale, which I'm now enjoying. For example, what like
    quality replacement is offered for your sensitive palette in
    Phoenix, Arizona or San Francisco? Yes, perhaps you may be
    fortunate enough to enjoy Trader Joe's Cranberry Spreadable
    fruit, but if you were here in good ol' Massachusetts, the
    very heart of the earth's premier cranberry bogs, you'd have
    much much more to please your ever-demanding taste buds.

    Anyway, my task now is to devise how to combined Pumpkin Ale
    with a cranberry fruit delicacy in an efficacious manner.
  2. PaulCsouls

    PaulCsouls Guest

    We have Pumpkin Ale here in the bay area. I don't if it is Sea Dog's
    but there was definitely Pumpkin Ale on sale at the Beverages & More.
    The only thing I haven't been able to find out here is Cubanel
    peppers (AKA: Italian Frying peppers).

    Paul C.
  3. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hi Winfield,

    Hey, we are not living at the end of the world here in California. We
    can drink Pumpkin Ale at our local brewpub. It doesn't get any fresher
    than that. No shipping, just go there and enjoy it right off the
    production facility. Or we take our growlers there for a refill right
    off the tap. I am not so fond of Pumpkin Ale but my wife likes it a lot.

    They also serve fresh Boysenberry Ale. Now what about that in Massachusetts?

    Oh, and an Applebee's restaurant opened here this week. Now we also can
    enjoy Widmer's on tap in our little community. Sweet.

    Regards, Joerg
  4. Joerg wrote...
    Yes, perhaps, but it's not Sea Dog Pumpkin Ale!
  5. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hi Winfield,
    Well, only something like a blindfold study with NG members from all
    different states that have a stake in the "our beer is better than
    yours" contest would be able to decide which is truly the best. Some
    folks in Arizona might be ruled out here, too partial to wine ;-)

    And I still prefer my Sierra Nevada Pale Ale over Samuel Adams. Although
    Sam Adams is good stuff.

    The best brews are the ones you can't see through. Guinness, Sierra
    Porter or, on your side of the country, Yuengling's Black&Tan.

    Regards, Joerg
  6. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    Olands Export Ale is great. Labatt Blue, Keith's, or Kokanee are also
    Guinness is good, and is on tap at several pubs around here. The foam is so
    thick, it keeps it's shape! For a lighter shade, Olands Red draft is not
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