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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Lare453, Feb 13, 2013.
Well first how is it? Second what state are u in?
Perennial Heart of Gold
Going Narragansett Fest Lager. Cheap and decent.
You should go to the Short's website and read about the name:
Named after an apparently legendary riding bull. Not sayin it will change your opinion of the name, but I thought it was cool.
In an unrelated idea, I am thinking of roasting my own beans this year and doing so with a stout beer.
nugget nectar and gandhi bot
Drinking my last Heady Topper.
I'm going to have to convince the wife to take a CCB beercation just to try the Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.......those cookies are like crack to me so that beer is a must.
Looks like they don't plan on bottling it this year according to their release schedule so you better get lucky and find it on tap
That sounds pretty good!
Love that brew... Spring can't come fast enough for all of us. Cheers!
Thats hilarious we posted this at the same time. Cheers.
If you're in NC.... You're watching the Duke / UNC game. Gotta go big for this one! Murda'd Out is fantastic!!!
I have to re edit this book but I wrote this a little while:
Funny, I was just discussing JUST that with the wife, trying to figure out how to sell her on a trip to Tampa for beer. No idea what area of South Carolina that Seekabrew thinks gets CCB, because I sure as hell haven't seen it anywhere.
Working away at my quickly fading stock of Sucks...
Holy hell! My heart just exploded reading this. And you also just gave Rogue another idea for a beer they can make...
Looking forward to the reading material I received today. I could live without the Millstream Double IPA.
Got got back from Morris Tap and Grill. Had Maine Beer Company Mo and Dales Pale Ale. Both were fresh from the tap. Took a growler of Mo back home!
I just love this damn beer so much I will definitely go looking for the quarts when the sixers leave the shelves!
Sierra Nevada Ovila Quad
Smuttynose Robust Porter
Clown Shoes Luchador el Fuego or whatever.
And listening to Jimi Hendrix. Greatest of all time.
Founders Imperial Stout for the first time, damn I need to go buy more!
Just some rooibos detox tea right now, because I haven't finished grading papers for the night . . . if I get to a beer later, I think it'll be some old Hop Notch in my fridge. But no beer yet, still have work to do.
Among my Lenten resolutions: drink inexpensive beer more often in place of the stuff I'm always tempted (but still usually don't) buy. Like Utica Club. Need me some Uncle Charlie right now . . .
This has been calling to me for the last couple of days. I finally had time to crack into it.
If only you would have poured it from a vortex bottle too. Imagine the possibilities.
I am very proud of you, if I may say, that you also detox. I feel that this is an important part of any type of beer drinkers routine, especially the heavy hitters. As much as I love beer and want to believe in its beauty, I do not want to suffer for it if there is not a way to keep our kidneys and liver healthy. I drink plenty of water each day, and drink tea daily. So with this in mind I give you a virtual beer raise for you!
First up at dinner, Gumballhead
Then Founders Pale Ale
And then Three Floyds Rye da Tiger
And now some Worthy Adversary thanks to yamar68!
From Pliny to this.
Recycled picture though
Cheers again guys!
Just ventured into the pale ale realm for the first time in a year. Tried SNPA for the first time in 2 years tonight and my brew-lust for pale ales has just been reignited, you guys.
Went with something I had matching glassware for.
Out Damned Immort Ale!
I am going to the extreme to rid myself of that horrid taste!
Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA on draft for me, I love having Dogfish as my local brewery.
Ha, thanks man. It's more for general use, didn't really have beer in mind. I try to exercise, keep my metabolism healthy, keep everything working in the right way, y'know. Just in general. I really like rooibos teas and I like to throw in detox mixes every once in a while.
First time with this one, I'm quickly becoming a fan of Boulevard!
OK....Not really a beer in this sites eyes but came home to an empty fridge so stole one of the wifes Crabbie's. FYI...I even put a lime in it.
Talk about bitching out!!! LOL. It's actually really good. Tastes like ginger ale.
New Glarus Serendipity. Simply orgasmic.
668 the Neighbor of the Beast....really starting to get a thing for this!
Having this tonight, pretty delicious:
It was tasty...the citrus profile was very compelling.
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