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    From the Big Thompson Brewery - Night Sky Black Lager.

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    From the Conneticut Valley Brewing Company comes Cetus a New England IPA. Cetus is a constellation named after a sea monster from Greek Mythology.

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    Explore the Night Sky Session CDA.

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    A beer brewed in Jasper, Alberta for their Dark Sky Festival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    A beer brewed in Jasper, Alberta for their Dark Sky Festival.

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    This sounds like something I'd like right now
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    From the Drygate Brewing Company of Glasgow comes Dark Skies American stout.

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    In the place where all this beer is served, do they have sandwiches? If so, are they made with this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJG173 View Post
    In the place where all this beer is served, do they have sandwiches? If so, are they made with this?

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    I'l bet this ad is from before WW1.
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    That might beat a Subway bagette.

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    From Baird Beer in Numazu, Japan comes Dark Sky Imperial Stout.

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    Departing the skies, but staying with the Imperials, Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, by North Coast brewing.
    I can personally recommend it

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    Agreed. A fine Imperial stout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jager View Post
    Departing the skies, but staying with the Imperials, Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, by North Coast brewing.
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    From Hickbrew in the Peak District, U.K. comes Dark Skies Winter Ale.

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    From the 4 Hands Brewing company of St Louis comes Divided Sky Rye IPA.

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    From the Elland Brewery in Elland Yorkshire comes Northern Sky Pale Gold Bitter.

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    A different beer named Northern Skies.

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    Interesting selection of beer at 5X5 Brewing. Wish they were closer to me.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Here is another - Spitfire Golden Ale.

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    Today, Hellcat Belle Red Rye Ale.

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    A red rye ale is a rare bird indeed; always good to find one on tap.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Another drink from their 'nose art' line - Brunette Bombshell.

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    Also from 5x5 Brewing Co. comes Moore Field Blonde named after the airbase located just North of Mission, Texas where many fighter puilots were trained.

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    Here's one from American Skies brewery:
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    That .50 calibre machine gun has a huge barrel, Karl.

    5x5 Brewing Co. also produce 7.62 Red, an Irish Red Ale named after the calibre of N.A.T.O. small arms ammunition in the 1950's. That ammunition is used by miniguns mounted on helicopters.

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    A Popular caliber indeed!
    Here's the artwork for American Skies Amber Blonde ale.
    I couldn't find a good image of the label, so this is from the artist's site:
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    Great artwork on these last two offerings, Karl - I had thought about posting something about how big that gun was on the girl's shoulder but decided to refrain...

    7.62 is a great caliber indeed - a bit more stopping power than 5.56. But those .50 caliber beauties are the bee's knees... And the A-10's chain gun surpasses them exponentially!

    All the best,
    Matt

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    I had this one last Saturday; a good cream ale is very hard to find.
    Also, the brewery uses it as the base for a whole line of flavored cream ales too:
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    If you want a larger calibre, there is 40mm Stout. On the 5x5 Brewing website they write about this being the calibre of grenade launchers but in the past it was the calibre of Bofors anti-aircraft gun shells. These were also mounted on AC-130 flying gunships.

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    Since we're talking ammunition beers, here's an Aussie drop that's no longer in production:

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    I have a personal link to this beer, almost 20 years ago I was selected for the focus group to taste and name the brand. Of course I couldn't pass up the 303 reference

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    Yakima craft brewing has a hazy red sky:

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    The Saddle Mountain Brewing Company of Goodyear, Arizona bottles beer as Taildragger Craft Beer. One of their products is Chasing Tail Amber Ale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    The Saddle Mountain Brewing Company of Goodyear, Arizona bottles beer as Taildragger Craft Beer. One of their products is Chasing Tail Amber Ale.

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    That name has another connotation other than for Aircraft!

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    And here's a whole brewery of skies:
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    Also from Taildragger Craft Beer comes Aviation a bourbon barrel aged Belgian Styled Quad beer.

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    Very old or very retro advertising
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    I am sorry. Karl, you are correct. That is a reproduction of a very old advertising poster. That brewery went out of business a long time ago.

    Hopefully this beer called 'Comet Tail' is still being produced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    I am sorry. Karl, you are correct. That is a reproduction of a very old advertising poster. That brewery went out of business a long time ago.
    NO, no, nothing to be sorry about. It's a great poster.
    Like so: Beer of the Meuse, 1897

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    That .50 calibre machine gun has a huge barrel, Karl.

    5x5 Brewing Co. also produce 7.62 Red, an Irish Red Ale named after the calibre of N.A.T.O. small arms ammunition in the 1950's. That ammunition is used by miniguns mounted on helicopters.

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    Not sure about the beer, but the NATO 7.62mm round was standard up to, at least, the mid '80s, depending on the country using it. I remember retraining on the licensed Canadian version of the Colt AR-15 (5.56mm) when in Europe in '87.
    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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    Comet Calala Passionfruit Imperial Wit.

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    Not quite an airman's drink but dedicated to all combatants.

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

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