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    Default jrenaut #27 Denizens Riverdale Park

    Never Doubt IPA: I get some of the fruit. Finish is a little bitter

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    Animal hazy IPA: Definitely fruity, not too hazy
    Papagayo Brett Saison: I don't even know what their flavor notes mean. Good beer if you like sours

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    Default jrenaut #28: Right Proper Shaw

    Right Proper Shaw
    Amethyst Drip Belgian Pale: More pale than Belgian, slightly bitter finish

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    Vintage Foeder Aged Blank Slate wild farmhouse ale: A taster present from the bartender after I explained beerneuring to her. Grapefruit and something I can't place. Really nice
    Blank Slate (not aged): less interesting. Not bad though

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    Default Beerneuring #35

    Mar 7 a Red Bear Brewing. It was the 1st anniversary and since we got there early and got some swag too. I got the Fifty First State, a New England IPA. Yeasty, floral and hoppy with a nice creamy-ness. My favorite beer of the day.
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    Feb 7 at Right Proper Shaw. I got the Raised by Wolves, a dry hopped ale. Easy on the citrus, more floral and pretty dry.
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    Feb 7 at Right Proper Brookland. I got the White Bicycle, a saison with black limes. Really refreshing with lime citrus and spice notes.
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    Feb 7 at the Public Option where I got the Nut Brown, a brown ale. A lot more malty chocolate notes than I expected in a beer under 5% ABV. Pretty tasty.
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    Default Beerneuring #39

    Feb 7, last stop of the day was at Atlas. I had the Rowdy, a rye ale. Crisp but with some surprising sweet and floral notes on the palate. Finished with a faint spice that I expect from a rye.
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    #FS2020 Beerneuring #12 - Fifth Hammer Brewing Company, Long Island City, Queens. My second NYC, second Borough brewery. They had an on-tap selection that was more to my taste, not so slanted towards IPAs. I had a Bad Bad LeRye Brown Ale. Just what I was looking for today, very tasty.

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    #7 - Right Proper Brewing (Shaw), Washington, DC

    Blanc Slate - Wild Farmhouse Ale

    Light bodied and refreshing saison. I did not get a second, though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lossomes View Post
    Blanc Slate - Wild Farmhouse Ale - Light bodied and refreshing saison. I did not get a second, though.
    You should have tried the Vintage Foeder Aged Blank Slate - it's much more interesting!

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