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  1. Dobie
    April 14, 2009 @ 3:19 am

    That brew sounds really good, and I wish my local BevMo had it. I will look for it.
    My favorite imperial stout so far is Old Rasputin by North Coast.
    Doesn’t the can present a problem for long term storage? I’ve seen other carbonated beverages (energy drinks) eat through the can and start leaking all over the place after sitting for a while. Maybe a craft brewed beer does not have the acidity that eats away at the metal the way other beverages do, I just don’t know the chemical details.

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  2. Alan Raines
    April 13, 2009 @ 6:15 pm

    Oh yeah, this is a brew worth reviewing. (every 3-4 days in my book) This is not for the faint of heart or week of alcohol resistance. However, you will not be overwhelmed by any alcohol taste when enjoying this balanced Imperial Stout. Ticket holders to HotoberFest get free tastes of all the Oskar Blues labels available in Georgia, October 3rd.

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  3. Chipper Dave
    April 13, 2009 @ 12:25 pm

    This beer also ages very well in the can. I just broke open a can that I had aged for a year and man what a difference. It’s even better than I remembered a year ago. Definitely worth hiding one in your basement for a year. May hide some more for several more years. Best news is, in a can it’ll never get light struck and should hold up very nicely with age.

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  4. JustHarmless
    April 11, 2009 @ 11:30 am

    I love this beer! It has become my go-to beer when I just want to enjoy a few session beers. It is definitely on the top of my list of favorite imperial stouts!

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