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Steel and Oak Smoked Hefeweizen

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Am I taking the addiction too far by drinking a cold smoked Hefeweizen
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Haha! No! My favorite Friday night relaxation (before kids) was Stone Smoked Porter and smoked almonds!
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WOW!

 

Al

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Not at all. Germans have been making forever.

http://www.schlenkerla.de/rauchbier/sorten/sortene.html

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Anyone in Tennessee be sure to check out SUE, a smoked porter by Yazoo. 

 

http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/9020/51483/

 

Brewer description: The south is famous for smoking everything. Why not beer? Sue is a big, rich, smoky malt bomb of a beer, with mellow smokiness coming from barley malts smoked with cherry wood, and assertive bitterness from Galena and Perle hops to cleanse the finish. 

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Haha! No! My favorite Friday night relaxation (before kids) was Stone Smoked Porter and smoked almonds!

Stone announced this week they are retiring their Smoked Porter so if you want any more, better grab it. 

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Stone announced this week they are retiring their Smoked Porter so if you want any more, better grab it. 
Oh that sucks! I'll fill a couple growlers! Thanks for heads up!
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Oh that sucks! I'll fill a couple growlers! Thanks for heads up!

Yeah, its one of their original brews but they say sales aren't as good on that one any more so it will be retired. 

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