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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DerrickW, Jan 31, 2013.
Beer Geek Weasel Cognac for 4 bucks? You must have literally let out an "AWWWW YYEEAAAAHHH" when you saw that.
Genesee Bock for me tonight. It's totally decent, and a great value at $7.50 for a 12-pack.
Underrated red. That's an awesome ale there my man.
Edit.....It's rates an exceptional. The truth is out there [Twilight Zone theme]
Damn right, I dropped a pair a Jeffersons in that biznitch and I was all like "gimme 10 mothafucka"
Soon to be followed by something black.
I got a fool's luck discount on my Ten Fidy. If I could get it for 8.99 every time, I'd buy it all the time.
$3.99??? I would grab so many of those! Hands down my favorite holiday/Christmas beer. The closest I got to a deal like that was Delirium Noel about a month ago at $4.99.
I'm now having Green Flash Palate Wrecker.
Started this evening off with:
And now I'm enjoying the hell out of this:
Made a po boy, enjoyed a 2013 SN Bigfoot while cooking and now a Hopslam. I gotta say, the Bigfoot really impressed me this year. Really smooth drinking yet still has a nice hop profile. Dangerous for such a high ABV. Oh and Hopslam doesn't suck either.
Well, it's my Friday after a long stretch, so why not have a special one?
Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout. Really good stuff. Body is thinner than I expected (I think I had ST Choklat on the brain), but a fine and active carbonation works wonders with this one. Overall smell and taste gave me a flashback to childhood days of Hershey's syrup-laden chocolate milk. . . .
My first Shiner.
Just had my first Pliny the Elder now drinking this. I recently heard some fellow BA opinions on Pliny yesterday saying that it was over hyped and hopslam was superior. I have to disagree, Pliny is so clean and well balanced, arguably exactly the definition of what a double IPA should be in my humble opinion.
Workin' my way through the cellar...almost done with these. 2008 is drinkin' just fine.
Hol Holy shit. So damn good.
Wth thats amazing. I would have gone broke in there. I bought a brux for 15.99+tax
Hill Farmstead Susan
Cool 1004 likes. I had no idea
your pics are legit
A 'feel good' beer after another loss in my nineball league. It's working already. Also, I love this new 'review all of the Belgian classics' project I've got going on. Might I mention, I've got Gulden Draak and Chimay Blue in the fridge.
Really nice stuff. Quite intense and robust in flavor; but the spices arent overdone. Well balanced.
Tastes exactly like I expected being its brewed with white grapes. Nice complexity and balance. A very nice Belgian Strong Pale ale.
Maybe some Ruthless rye and homebrews next. Cheers
Now drinking Avery Maharaja
It's -17 with the windchill now, and it's going to be -7(air temp) and -26 with the wind chill when I go into work tomorrow. I need something to warm me up and keep me warm. This will do:
Magic hat #9
Weyerbacher Heresy, because I like it, thin mouthfeel be damned. The FIDY is on deck.
This is pretty good. Can't taste the ABV but for some reason it doesn't taste as big as it should...
Expedition Stout with the remnants of a chunk of Valdeon, a great Spanish blue cheese!
A couple more beer of the months and this Closer = Hopslam!
Fresh is good!
Love that porter
Not sure how I feel about this one....
Working on Hill Farmstead Civil Disobedience #1 now. Floral, earthy, peppery, tropical fruit and a touch of sweetness. This one is really nice, right up there with CD5 of the CD series.
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