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Process for Successfully Joining the Craft Beer Nation Community


Due to a huge influx of spammer profiles , we have implemented a "Ask to Join" policy. How to successfully join the community:
♦ Click the Green Ask to Join Button
♦ Post a private share to moderator +Jeffrey J Davis requesting membership
♦ Have a profile when we click "about" after your name. Don't be a Blue Head - take the time to upload a profile image. Make an original post or two that is publicly visible so that the moderators know you're real.
♦ If you have no public shares on your profile, you will not be granted membership
♦ If you have multiple cross-posted shares to a number of various communities, you will not be granted membership
♦ On the wishes of our members, we try to be very limited in the commercial entities we approve, so even if you're a beer business, we may not accept your membership request because our members don't want commercial posts.
♦ We generally operate under a "one strike and you're out" policy, so if you are a member and post something inappropriate, you are likely to get warned once and banned next.

Sorry for the delay, we are getting hundreds of requests per day; if you are a legit beer lover and find that you haven't been accepted within a day or two, please ping one of the community moderators again.

We apologize for being so rigorous, but we are really trying to keep the signal to noise ratio high in this community. All Beer and nothing but the Beer!!

CHEERS!

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Adaptation #13 canned 8/10/18. Delicious!
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Okefenokee
Imperial Stout at 10.6 % alcohol
Big Top Brewing Co, Sarasota, FL, USA

Next beer from my Florida Beer Expedition.

Dave Hart has adviced me to have a look for single cans of local craft beers at 'Total Wine & More'. And I found some nice ones.

Nice aromas of dark malt, chocolate and coffee. Only a little bitterness. Good one.

BBB - leckeres Bier
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Cigar City Brewing (Florida, USA) Jai Alai - 7.5%
"Jai Alai India Pale Ale pays tribute to the original extreme sport. Jai Alai, a game native to the Basque region of Spain, is played on a court called a fronton."
Thick off white head stayed on a hazy marmalade coloured still body.
Juicy aroma of Tropical fruits, pine & citrus.
Medium to full bodied, thick & creamy on the palate with a clean crisp finish.
Dank pine tastes with a massive hop kick - onion, overripe fruit underripe fruit, a malty backbone & a bitter citrus finish.
Tremendous IPA

#CigarCity
India Pale Ale
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It's been one of them days...

Note: can depiction of yours truly is eerily adequate.

Dead Guy Ale by Rogue Ales
6.8% abv - 3.5 on Untappd

#fkntired #enjoy
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Dinkelacker
12.4/5.3
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Fuerst Wiacek, Berlin, A Quick One IPA, 5.7%. Sweet, fruity and tropical. Creamy mouthfeel and nice citrus edge cutting through. Very enjoyable.
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Deep Space Double IPA 10%ABV | Half Acre, Chicago, USA | Malty caramel sweetness, stone fruits, resinous hoppy bursts, citrus pithy bitterness with a lingering dry bitter end.
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Good stuff from Tired Hands
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