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The Speakeasy Acquisitions 2021

Toothpick

Needs milk and a bidet!
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:c9: Where on earth have you found Stiegel Radler? I would never have guessed that they export that stuff. Btw I like the grapefruit better than the lemon.
I see it a lot around here in Middle Tennessee. Just about every liquor store carries it. I’ve only seen the Grapefruit though. First time seeing the lemon so I had to try it. I love the grapefruit.

Burgkopf Grapefruit tastes exactly like the Raddler to me but packs a better punch at 7.5% ABV. Less sweeter I suppose.

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Multum in parvo

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It's not too hard to find the grapefruit around here, either. One place I frequent even has it on tap.
It’s always a bit humbling to see the history of these breweries. Stiegl was founded on the 16th of June 1492 and is by far not the oldest brewery in this region.
 
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