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    From the North Brewing Company of Leeds, Yorkshire comes Sputnik pale ale.

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    Sea of Tranquility IPA.

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    From the Argus Brewery of Chicago comes Tuskegee Airmen Pursuit - a Farmhouse Ale aged in wine barrels.

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    Seen this one Dave?Click image for larger version. 

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    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    On this special day, from Exit 33 Brewing in Sheffield comes 11th Hour.

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    From the Austin Beerworks of Austin, Texas comes Peacemaker anytime ale.

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    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    A nice plate of cheddar with a pint of bitter; send one down!
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    A cheese named after an aircraft is something new.

    The Austin Beerworks also produce a Russian Imperial Coffee Oatmeal Stout called Sputnik.

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    Also from the Austin Beerworks comes Black Thunder a German black lager.

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    From the Mistura Classica Brewery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil comes Sputnik a Belgian golden strong ale.

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    Sputnik Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Russian Stout from the Wellington Brewery, Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

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    From the La Zaragozana brewery in Zaragoza, Spain comes Sputnik Vodka flavoured Beer.

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    Instead of being a flavouring, here is Sputnik Vodka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    From the La Zaragozana brewery in Zaragoza, Spain comes Sputnik Vodka flavoured Beer.

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    OK, since good vodka is supposed to be tasteless..........
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    That puzzled me as well. If it is tasteless, what is the point of using it as a flavouring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    That puzzled me as well. If it is tasteless, what is the point of using it as a flavouring?
    Beer flavored vodka would make a bit more sense..........maybe?

    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    This Sputnik vodka is flavoured with rose oil. It is made by infusing Sputnik vodka with natural rose oils from the Damask Rose grown by the Black Sea in Russia and Ukraine.

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    This version is flavoured with horseradish.

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    Sputnik Basil vodka. Basil is a herb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    This version is flavoured with horseradish.

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    I have only one comment! YUK!!!

    "Its a fine line indeed between going out in a Blaze of Glory or having Crashed & Burnt!"
    Member Australian Society of WW1 Aero Historians

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    I do not like Horseradish either.

    Here is Sputnik House of Lords vodka.

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    Here's one I saw come through my store's back room;
    Platform brewery's Red Martian:
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    This Slushee Style Fruit Punch Sour Ale is brewed with pineapple, raspberry, orange, vanilla, and lactose. 5.6% ABV, 8 IBU
    Platform is a Cleveland brewery, that recently sold out.....er joined the AmBev breweries group.
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    From the Wellington Brewery of Guelph, Ontario, Canada comes Upside IPA.

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    The Wellington Brewery also produced a range of Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stouts called UVB-76 series. It is inspired by a mysterious Russian shortwave radio station that has been broadcasting continuously at 4625 kHz since 1973. It is designated UVB-76 but it is also known as 'The Buzzer'. The transmissions consist of a torrent of radio static interrupted by a mysterious buzzing tone and occasionally a voice repeating the names: Dasha, Maksim, Roman, and Elena.

    UVB-76 Elena is a Bourbon barrel aged Imperial stout with chocolate and mint.

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    UVB-76 Roman is a second drink in the series. The pictures on the cans appear to tel the story of an astronaut. UVB-76 Roman is the original bourbon barrel-aged UVB-76 Imperial Russian Stout with rich coffee, dark cocoa, and smoky bourbon notes,

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    UVB-76 Maksim cognac barrel-aged Imperial Stout with toasted coconut, bitter orange & dried cherries.

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    The final drink in the current UVB-76 series is UVB-76 Dasha cognac barrel-aged Imperial Stout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    The final drink in the current UVB-76 series is UVB-76 Dasha cognac barrel-aged Imperial Stout.

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    Looks like a very dry -aged stout
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Here is a recording of what the station sounds like. https://soundcloud.com/securitygen/u...gmt-2010-09-16

    In previous years the Wellington Brewery has produced other drinks in this series. This is UVB-76 Olga. The stout was flavoured with star anise.

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    Another drink they used to produce was named (Extra) Terrestrial Imperial IBA (India Brown Ale).

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    From he Evasion Brewing company of Oregon comes 'Air Hostess from the 60's' hazy pale ale.

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    In Mirabel, Quebec, Canada on August 21, 2018 – Nolinor Aviation, in collaboration with breweries Boldwin and Vagabond, was pleased to unveil two new, certified-organic craft beers. The special edition beers produced by Vagabond and Boldwin were named TUK and TAP in honour of the first Boeing 737 and Convair 580 aircraft acquired for Nolinor’s fleet. Starting in early August, the beer was served to passengers on board Nolinor flights and could also be enjoyed at Bistro Roquette & Balsamique at Nolinor’s facilities in Mirabel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    Cloudy Day double IPA.

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    Been having a lot of here lately.
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    From the Gigantic Brewing Company of Portland, Oregon comes Glow Cloud Hazy IPA.

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    Also from the Gigantic Brewing company comes Mystery Cloud hazy IPA.

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    From the Powell Street Craft Brewery, Vancouver comes Dive Bomb porter.

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    From the Wildhorse Brewing Company of Llandudno, North Wales comes Divebomb wheat pale ale.

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    A few posts back (#1503 in March of this year), I mentioned a new micro-brewery setting up in town, that would be themed to aviation. It hasn't put up a web page, and is currently running only on Facebook, as it's Internet presence. Darn!

    Anyway, they don't post their brews, just events and special occassions. Like this one:

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    James 'Stocky' F. Edwards at the rear, his wife Toni and son Jim in front of the Spitfire Mk IX mural (the Spitfire displaying Stocky's initials, when he was a Wing Commander).

    Original Post is somewhere here: Facebook.com - Ace Brewing Company - Posts

    Info about Stocky: Wikipedia - James Francis Edwards

    I have got to stop in here to get info on their beers. They just posted an image of their "Foggy Goggles Vanilla Milkshake IPA. A hazy ipa with just enough vanilla and lactose to smooth out your ride! 50 IBU and 6.5%."

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    PS: Small note about Stocky. He wouldn't claim a victory of which he wasn't sure, and had witnesses for. Case in point, was the shooting down of this German pilot:
    Wikipedia.org - Otto Schulz (pilot)

    As I recall from reading books about Stocky, he was alone and heading home when he saw a Bf 109 repeatedly straffing something on the ground. As the plane was following a predictable path, Stocky lined up on the plane as it pulled out of the straff, and gave it a burst. Down it went, and Stocky continued his run for home base. He landed and didn't report the incident.

    A few days later, his CO called him into the office and asked if he shot down a plane straffing the ground. Yes he did, but there was no witnesses. Ah! But there was a witness. The Bf 109 was straffing a downed plane and pilot, and that pilot lived to get back to his base, and reported that a P-40 Kittyhawk with 260 Sqn markings had saved his life. So, Stocky was awarded the victory. It was after the war that Luftwaffe records revealed whom Stocky had shot down.

    PPS: Just for clarity, once Stocky had gotten into a dogfight, and separated from his wingers, he would drop down to the deck and head for home. This was his way of staying out of fights without support. It was as he was doing this, he saw the other plane straffing the ground.
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    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Great story & photo Mike.

    "Its a fine line indeed between going out in a Blaze of Glory or having Crashed & Burnt!"
    Member Australian Society of WW1 Aero Historians

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    So, the sad fact that I'm allergic to beer was one of the reasons I can't really speak to any of the beer I'm about to present. It is also one of the reasons I haven't been all over this since the brewery started up. Nonetheless, today, I stopped in to check out their product, at least to take pictures of their ales and lagers. You'll have to stop in and try them out yourself.

    Any and all of the below are candidates for this thread:

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    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Thank you for your great contributions to this thread, Mike! Don't worry about not having sampled any of the drinks. I have tasted hardly any of the ones I post. I just find their pictures on the internet.

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    Today, Stukaberg herbal schnapps.

    Stükaberg was the slang term for a German airbase hidden deep in the Bavarian mountains that was home to the German dive bomber training corps. The base was a hive of activity, full of young pilots desperately wanting to prove themselves in combat.

    ​These men trained hard and played even harder, and letting off steam after a training sortie was both customary and legendary. Herbal Schnapps was the drink of choice and the traditional German toast of ‘Prost’ was the cry followed by slamming the glass down on the bartop.

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    From the Red Cat Brewing company of Winchester comes Free Fall pale ale.

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    Bit of a waste of a beer there. And I see littering about to happen.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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