Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by match1112, Feb 26, 2013.
Old Guardian Oak Smoked Barleywine. Ridiculous.
Started with a....
and now it's time for....
Chris Thile is a genius!
I know you're all shocked by my bev choice for the evening. But in my defense, it goes super well w/ my blt (with maplewood smoked bacon and olive ciabatta, and of course mayo and L T)
Enjoying this as I finish boxing up my next trade.
I'm sorry, did you just say that you could brew a base Cantillon Gueuze?
Say hello to your small intestine for me as long as your head is up there.
they let me clock out early today.. thank God
here's my first time drinking an Evil Twin beer, not sure how the others are, but this one is awesome
I got a little drunk last night so I'm taking off. That, and my buddy is coming into town tomorrow so I need to physically prepare myself
That is a badass glass - where'd you score that?
Southern Tier 2X Stout
This is just wow...
It's snowing. WTF do you think I live, WI? Oh...
At least I have this treat to comfort me.
Still working, so starting slow...while the dogs play in the snow:
After shoveling snow... Had a Schlafly TIPA, Founders Red Rye PA, and Bells Smitten. Ok I went out a few times after the plow went by too!
Horrible commute home through a snow storm. This is hitting the spot. Cheers...
well played, sir
Can't wait to read what you think.... ah the pepto mystique....
Torcedores Series #3: Brengle's DIPA from Cigar City. Super aggressive and delicious. A repetitive punch of hops in the face.
I wandered into West Lakeview Liquors in Chicago last summer and they had about 3 of them sittin' on the shelves. It's not a big store but they have a lot of cool stuff that you wouldn't normally see at other places. Plus you can buy online and they'll ship to your house (they still have the 2012 Cantillon Zwanze Day tulips glasses for sale).
DruRho? he's good people
dude I just noticed your glass is really similar to mine.. I need to get that one too haha
Collesi Rossa at Zavino's in Philadelphia. This matched perfectly with our olive, brussel sprouts, and kale salad plates. The for main course a nice brick oven pizza.
Buy Epilogue if you find it. Not like anything else I've ever had, and very tasty.
CCB Jai Alai
My last Hopslam. I'm a pretty adept person in understanding strategic business decisions, but I don't get why this isn't a year-around brew.
Kickin it old school with a Ballantine XXX ale. It's been years.
Moving on, another of today's arrivals...
Very subtle coffee, considering I'm used to the "I'm home, BITCH!" coffee upfront in a WnB.
Nugget Nectar with my burger and baked beans.
Because it wouldn't taste like limited then. If you don't know what limited tastes like think of it as a hint of rare. I know you know whate rare tastes like
Jai Alai can
Enjoying a Hopslam and watching a movie.
Well, I just put a bottle of Alchemy Hour in the fridge, so . . . proooooobably one of those in a little while.
Awfully appropriate bottling phrase/date.
Opened my last 2010 bottle of Wet Willy. Been aging since. This beer has mellowed out and become far sweeter. Sure, it's ugly as he'll. The color is muddy (sediment kept in bottle) and the head never formed fully, but the aroma and taste is fantastic. Lots of dark fruit, caramel, some sherry, and a slowly evolving addition of vanilla, oak, and spice cake.
Drinking a local from NJ--Ramstein Winter Wheat from High Point Wheat Beer Co. in Butler, NJ.
Lagunitas Maximus IIPA...delicious!!
CCB Chicory Dickory Choc Brown Ale:
Is it flat as some reported? Yes.
However, it's also magically delicious!!! If only all flat beer tasted this good!
Thanks again, Dale! Cheers to you!
New Belgium Springboard. Not bad at all.
Touche Salesman! That beer may actually suck and none of us realize it!
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