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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DerrickW, Feb 1, 2013.
Just started out with one of these
And the Jack's Abby motion carries! Man, I could be there in an hour if I didn't have a bunch of stuff to do...bummer. That is the "Battle of the Barrels" thing and they look bizarre enough to be tasty! Especially interested in the cranberry pistachio variant - let us know!
Not bad, not great but I'm not a big fan of blondes. This probaly didn't help much, sorry.
It's Friday, and at the end of a busy week of work with my brain I surely feel stupid, and so this:
Seems just about the perfect antidote for a busy, but otherwise fine, work week. Cheers!
No pics, sorry. Enjoying my first Lagunitas Sucks! Loving that funky piney bite on the finish!
Enjoying a trade
A lil black butte with my lunch
Just cracked a BCS coffee, needed this after a busy work week, although the weekend isnt looking any less busy.
Started with some Deschutes Red Chair and am now on to some SN Ruthless Rye. Ruthless is really underrated in my opinion.
CCB Cider and Mead /B. Nektar crew's hit this one out of the park. Cheers!
Struise Macadame – RIS aged on Monbazilac barrels, a disappointment from a usually phenomenal brewery, expensive & seemingly infected.
Enjoying my first ever one of these out of the gift set my wife gave me for Xmas...
Oh man, I could only get one bottle and now I have to decide when to drink it!
Great fruit beer! For Lambic lovers...
Cheers from Switzerland!
Petrus Aged Pale Ale. Always solid.
Hill Farmstead Abner - so juicy.
Bengali Tiger...... it is good. Not amazing.... good. And that is fine...
After a very cold day of taking the daughter out sledding while an old man tries snowboarding again... (I'll be in pain for a while!) This really hits the spot!
Came home opened up a fresh Mycenary , this stuff is so good way to drinkable
It's nearly two weeks after the best by date, but this IPA is still drinking fine.
Lovely! To be enjoyed with "Kind of Blue" at max volume...
Just finished up a Stone Enjoy By 2.15.13 on draught at the South Philly Taproom, now enjoying a Madame Rose at a friends place. Both are so good! Awesome way to start the night. Cheers!
Victory Red Thunder
Gumball first up- long week. This beer wont last long...
Found a bunch but felt it was overpriced so I only got 1 to try. No I need to find a cheaper bottle shop as I don't want a case. Just a 6 pack. Would have been $27 here.
Time to get slammed!
This is the only bottle I will be having of it this year due to insane Philly bottle shop mark-up ($7 a bottle! wtf?!?), so going to savor this one awhile.
Three Floyds Michiana Power Pale
Pretty darn good
I'm just getting back from a 17 hour round trip road trip with 14 four packs of heady topper and a mixed variety case of Lawson's finest liquids. It was a long snowy trip through the adirondack mountains and I cannot wait for my first taste of Heady!
Starting with this guy...
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Three floyds Behemoth.
While a FFF brewpub. Greenbush crew came in and Crown Brewing crew was there also.
Couple very good & young breweries!
Finally sippin' on some PtY...
I'm in the LEhigh Valley and paid $4.50 for a bottle today. I bought one only. If it was $3 and priced accordingly I would have bout a 6 pack for <$20. As a shop I rather have the later and have a happier customer.
He does this with every hyped beer out there. He does have some great bottles though:/
I had this beer for the first and only time on a trip to California in the mid 80's.
Probably my introduction to craft beer.
I liked it better back then.
Woo, it's not sour. But seriously, the extra six months did this some damn good, really liked this last year before the nastiness occurred, but wow. Gonna need to pick up some more before it's too late (along with the BB Barleywine, keep forgetting to go get some..).
Bigfoot and a football sized pepperoni and sausage pizza puff with fries!
Let's get this bitch started!
Start off slamming it home!
Now, going a little artistic with the newest spiced Brown Ale from Cigar City "Evander"
I picked up the Saranac Winter 12 Pack. First up was the Belgian Pale Ale and Saranac did a decent job with it. Next up, the Big Moose Ale and its moderately hopped up character
No picture at the moment but am sipping on a delicious Deschutes Brewery Hop Henge Experimental IPA and oh boy is it satisfying
My first two Hopslam's! Awesome! A Ten Fidy! My third Hopslam! Cheers!
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