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I can't put down the new guy but think the Capital is more rounded yet as hoppy and a lot of times I'll take the lower alcohol (only around 1%) of the Capital. Factor the can convenience and 12 pack value and the Mutiny will remain on our shopping list for events and crisp beverages.
I too really like the Capitol IPA Cans. They are perfect for sticking in the Camelbak for emergency backup hydration on a long ride. Great for intentional use too.
You are right in there being about a 1% difference in alcohol between the Mutiny ( http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/368/91865 ) and the American IPA ( http://wisconsinbrewingcompany.com/beers/002 ), but have you tried the Session IPA ( http://wisconsinbrewingcompany.com/beers/004 )? It's got less alcohol than either one, and just might have an even more enjoyable flavor.
Admittedly, I haven't tried all three against each other on the same day. I think a taste test might be in order.
I did want to try their session IPA and figured trying with another would be the way to do it. Founders has great brews but I didn't care for their session IPA as much as I hoped. That was a lot of hops for lack of roundness.
My wife and I have over time thought Capital's same brews in cans are better than bottles, or at least with the APA and Amber where the cans seem less carbonated when you pour them in a glass.
We use the CORP pint glasses for standardized taste testing.
How long does a poker run take? I'm interested, but have evening obligations.
Is this in place of the old long feature that had a board rotting out in the turn for a while?
Rick, I got the same behavior as you, on Android. I was getting a 404 on the site that I had already set up (I think the 2nd of the 3 listed). I deleted that, searched, got 404s with the first two, 3rd one sat there and spun until I logged in, now things are back to normal. I'm not sure if that's very user friendly, people might not know that they need to log in. Is there some kind of configuration setting somewhere for anon's?