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    Quote Originally Posted by sjclaeys View Post
    You just need to go to Cambridge MD, take a nice ride through the Blackwater Reserve, and then have a beer at RAR!
    One day! Maybe this summer

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    My second #fs2018beerneuring ride. Another loop around Bloomington, IN stopping at The Tap at the corner of of College and Kirkwood Avenues on the Courthouse Square (next door to yesterday's The Inkwell coffeeride). I forgot to take a picture of the tasting flight full, ooops. I had a flight of four, Brickyard Vienna style lager, Celtic Red Irish red ale, Bionic Dragon American IPA, and Dubbel Impact Belgian dubbel. And yes, they all tasted like beer!

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ID:	17155 The southern end of the Bloomington Rail Trail, formerly the Monon Line

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ID:	17156 Draft selection, the lower taps are their own beers, the upper are "guests."

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    Beerneuring #5, Denizens

    Met up with Sunyata's Beer Ride. Another brewery I have never been to before.

    Tried Denizens Lowest Lord (!!!!), an ESB. I found it to have a nicely malty, toffee, almost dark cherry aroma. Definite herbal hops bitterness balanced the malt on the taste.

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    Help me, brother. They’ve caught me and I fear I’ll never taste beer again.
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    So, in order to attempt to catch up (futile with Jon in Australia, I know), I took a little brew tour yesterday.

    The first stop was supposed to be Cap City, but they apparently changed their hours without telling anyone. So, the first stop was Heritage in Clarendon.

    I had their quite delicious double IPA, Double Taxation. It was hoppy with a bit of a bourbon bite at the end.
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    Then, someone pointed out that the Double Taxation was not actually brewed at the Clarendon location and the only beer they brew locally was the Heritage Brewing House Amber Ale. Oh darn. You mean I have to have another beer?!
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    It was not as good as the DIPA, but was sweet with a hint of honey. Not bad, but not something I would get again if a better choice exists.

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    The next stop was Right Proper Brewing Company in Shaw.

    Here I had the Runcible (which is apparently the exact same beer that I had there last year... whoops). It was a Belgian style IPA (?!) and was pretty darned delicious. A hint of citrus and a lot of funky hop.

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    Next stop was Denizens. I wish this were closer, because it is a really neat place with good food and really decent beer.

    Here I had the Southside, which was a Rye IPA. It paired nicely with the mac and cheese and brussels sprouts that we snacked on.

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    Default Beerneuring #10

    We tried to stop by 3 Stars, but they were closed for a private event. So sad.

    So, the next stop was Hellbender. I had the Groundskeeper Islay, which is a Scotch Ale/Wee Heavy. It was good, but I kind of wanted it to be a bit more boozy than it was. Nice notes of peat, though.

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    The next stop was Right Proper in Brookland. We determined that you could spend hours just looking at all the little scenes in the murals at both Right Propers. But the Bookland location definitely has some cool depictions.

    Anyway, I had the Biere De Mars, which is a nice farmhouse ale that was super yeasty. Delicious. (I apparently forgot to rate it on untappd, but I do remember thinking about getting a growler fill of this one.

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    Also, gratuitous photo of a pile of bikes at a brewery:
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    Second to last stop of the night was Atlas Brew Works.

    This place allows dogs INSIDE!

    I had the cask Ponzi, which was super hoppy. My Untappd comment was that it made me glad for friends who go on drinking adventures with me... I think that about sums it up!

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