Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Lare453, Feb 4, 2013.
He is a she and a badass to boot!
Man I'm about to reach through the screen and grab that glass from you...as far as I'm concerned that beer is heaven in a bottle.
Oh man, if I had unlimited access, it would always be in the fridge. I need to trade for more no doubt
Had that Sucks, 'twas pretty great. Now enjoying a couple of oatmeal raisin cookies while I continue reading . . .
And musically, I've moved onto a classic album from 1975, Gil e Jorge by Gilberto Gil and Jorge Ben. Observe:
It's bittersweet drinking my last of these. Come to Chicago Odell!
this Schlitz VSL doesn't taste very good
Great tasting beer!
I don't think the Photobucket App supports virtual beer sharing... yet.
Probably the best thing I've had from Victory
2010 KBS, 2010 Backwoods Bastard
You're now our son's best friend; at age 12 he lives for roller coasters (all of us do actually, but he's the most obsessive). We've already taken a few family vacations there and we're in the process of planning another one for this summer so we can experience the new coaster also. (I have to say, I'm pretty stoked about this coaster as well, it looks totally sick !!) Although, Top Thrill Dragster, Millennium Force, and Maverick will always be amongst my favorite coasters!!
Home brew - 100% galaxy hopped ipa/apa? (Zombie dust clone -citra + 10 oz galaxy)
Banging that h town!
Had to pour it out after a few drinks.
haha im the same way, i LOVE coasters. i go down at least 2 times a year. nothing beats a day or two at cedar point. truly americas roller coast.
ill be down many times this summer so maybe we can meet up and have a beer (or ??) and ride some coasters!!
found this guy hiding in the back of the fridge so figured why not.. cheers!!
nom nom nom! cheers!
Sippin on this one that I picked up today. Kind of unusual barleywine for me. Great label. Quite sour, tannic, etc. Maybe its the oak barrels. Not sure...maybe it would benefit from some time in the bottle. Its a sipper for sure. Cheers, and good night.
Deschutes Chainbreaker. Once again, so glad that Deschutes is distributing to IL now. Very witbier-like-brew with the added hoppiness contributing to the citrusy/lemony flavor you get white ales. If you were expecting an ipa with this brew, you'll be disappointed. But if you're in the mood for something light and belgian-esque, this would be a good one to pick up.
Lost Abbey Deliverance
Just beer mailed you about this. Very cool to know there's fellow beer geeks out there who are also 'coaster hounds!!
Finished a Karback Pontificator while watching 31 Days of Oscar on TCM. Tonight, Cool Hand Luke and Bullet. Cabaret and Papillon are on tomorrow. I wish I could just watch TCM all day every day
No work tomorrow, so I'm working on my second favorite IS of all time (2010 vintage)! My #1 being "Hunapuh's."
ok you guys have talked me into doing my second of the year later this week. i already have the fancy glass picked out, its going to be great.
my last fleur. i have faith she'll be back though.
Finishing off the night with a Lagunitas Imperial Stout. Such an easy drinking imp stout. Nice chocolate-y-ness on the back end. Loving the bitterness throughout this brew. (I like my imperial stout hoppy). The only problem, imho, is that the front end is a bit bland. (But that yummy aftertaste and the fact that you paid less then 5 bucks for this bomber, make up for that.)
De Dolle Stille Nacht. Surprisingly delicious.
Started out with this, a Sierra Nevada Kellerweis Hefeweizen.
It was my first Kellerweis and I didn't read the label before I poured it, so instead of swirling it around and pouring out all the sediment into the glass I rinsed out the bottle by mistake. It ended up tasting a little weak.
Moving on to a Brew Kettle White Rajah now.
No doubt brotha - that was my next pour. It's awesome to finally have Deschutes here in Chi.
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