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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by match1112, Feb 17, 2013.
Having a Pint of Allagash Black
My home brewed Rye Saison...not too shabby. Might use more rye next time, but otherwise the Saison flavors are solid. I thought I added a lil extra priming sugar to juice up the carbonation, but this one had very little head retention
love this porter
My desert after cooking dinner for my parents and my lady. Love this beer! Cheers n' shit!
First time with this one, wish it tasted as good as it smells.
broke the ice with hop stoopid. old elephant foot. onto marshall zhukov. still not crazy about it, but cupboard is getting bare
Its pretty old no?
kinda looks like sewer water. Probably just the lighting.
Only havin 1 tonight so makin it a good a good one!!!
Figured b&w was the way to go for something ' 11
played the Fantome lottery and hit the jackpot, easily one of the best saisons I've had.
Ya know, that's the really cool thing about some of these hop bombs, they can be enjoyable young and old and when they're old, just ignore the label. Case in point, I had a 2007 - 3 Sum Double IPA (Barrel Aged) from Shoreline brewery last year (obviously, an IPA that old was going to be less than stellar for the style). If you look at the label and see D-IPA, one would be disappointed; I split it with a good friend, we eventually ignored the label and the beer became an amazing barley that we thoroughly enjoyed (and what would have been considered a disaster otherwise). The situation really got me thinking and opened another dimension of beer when it otherwise may have been a drain pour.
Now a karbach bourbon barrel aged hellfighter <3
Looks like a drinkable snow globe!
Just popped a bottle a 2012 bottle of Smuttynose Baltic Porter. Damn this beer is good. Big coffee and chocolate notes. Just amazing. (Too lazy for a pic. Trust me. It rules)
More Entropic from Tired Hands. It's a lil old lemony brett bomb. Cheers!
Enjoying 7venth Sun's Mangrove DIPA from my well traveled growler...cheers!
Can't stop the hops tonight! Thanks to jcojr72 for this extra!
It's pretty good. Not very complex. The bourbon is subtle, but present--wish there was more, but BCBS has spoiled me. Decent chocolate presence. I probably won't grab another, but that's not to say that I don't like it.
Not going to even post a pic
STEEL RESERVE...going to a grindcore show tonight...someone handed me this....im drinking it for a buzz not flavor....
Bell's The Oracle right now.. it's surprisingly drinking really good considering it's not exactly fresh.. cheers..
A big Ayyyyyyyy
Just found out another kid is on the way. Celebrating with a little Narwhal.
Founder's Breakfast - for dessert!
Goin' backwards from a Double IPA to a stout.
Last one, gettin ready for the walking dead!
Definite 180 from the 11' "oddity". For me, gonna be hard to top this in 15'! Cheers!
Took image off internet. This is my first time trying this bourbon county.
Founders Breakfast Stout at Chicago's Timothy O'Toole's
Hefe-Weizen - Fürst Wallerstein
Getting ready for Walking Dead.
a few Alpha Kings
Thanks Justin aka jb123! 6 East 4 Life! AYE!!!
I'm lucky to have a beer like this regularly available.
Little something from Dark Horse.
Got a few still myself. had one a couple weeks ago, thought it held up quite nicely as well.
I tip my Founder's Imperial Stout to the three of you. Congrads!!!
Edmund Fitzgerald is for the wife, FBS is for me
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