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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by schnarr84, Apr 1, 2013.
Do that vert soon. 12 is definitely on the way down and 13 is perfect at the moment.
Before this was a great local beer. Four Peaks Hop Knot. Very much a go-to beer for me, but usually on tap.
Thanks for the heads up. Was hoping to grab 17 to make it a nice little six-pack, but maybe I'll do it sooner rather than later, then.
Myself and some others that often post here did that vert in February. Definite general consensus there.
Lost Abbey Red Poppy - Flanders Red
Thanks Usofar! Cheers
started with a haandbryggeriet coffee porter and now im workin on a few FBS..waiting for this tigers game to start. its going to be one hell of a season!
What's up with that beer? I looked it up and it says "available year round" and also says it's retired. It has a really nice color to it and sounds good.
Looks like someone entered the beer twice. Once for the Tempe location (where it's brewed) and once for the Scottsdale location (which is a brewpub). It's available year round all around the valley both on tap and in cans and is probably my favorite Arizona IPA. Their imperial version of it, Double Knot ( http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2171/55891 ), is probably also my favorite Arizona IIPA.
ISO: That opener! Nice work man! You are quite the craftsman.
There is nothing like a vacation day where the only thing I have to do is drink beer.
Figured this was a good place to go next...
Really enjoying my day off to watch baseball!
Happy Opening Day!
Canada's Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel had my attention with Solstice d'hiver and Peche Mortel.
Excited to stumble upon this maple-infused Scotch ale they make:
Equinoxe du Printemps (Spring Equinox)
Sweet and syrupy (perhaps a tad much maple for my tastes), hints of peat and spice.
Great bottle art, too, eh?
Another amazing output from shorts. Doing big things.
Last day of my break unfortunately, might as well start early. Tired Hands Guillemot, really nice beer with cherry tartness, vanilla, and red wine. Cheers.
why the hell not?
Dogfish Noble Rot and Tigers baseball.
Early one for me:
Pipeworks North and Western. Hey chicago whaddya say, the cubs are gonna win today!
Some Black Note with dinner downstairs...
Woah pineapple! This one is tasty.
Opening day, Go Reds!
Well, I got into work today and there was a six of this in my office:
Turns out a friend, knowing my inestimable love for Sucks, saw this
at a Chicago area bottle shop while visiting relatives in IL, and brought a
six back for me. What a move. His story was the E-bunny had something
to do with this. Hopping indeed! I thought I'd have to wait for some
months for another shot of this, the inventories of this in MI largely, it seems,
decimated by me previously. The wait is temporarily over. This, presently, is
my favorite. Drink While You May!
love. That. Glass!
Just got home from work enjoying a delicious Peruvian Morning while watching the Twins CW is stellar this year
Mama's Little Yella Pils...first time. Making me burp a lot.
love that Avatar!
have done a couple Tough Mudders myself and what better beer to rock that gear than HT?!?!
yamar68 -- Good song, great album, EXCELLENT band! The wife and I have tix to see them for the first time on 4/16. CAN'T WAIT!!!
So far izzy, bcbs 2008, fantome extra sour (huge disappointment), Jackie o's kopi luwak, toppling Goliath pseudo sue
Enjoying a cask of CCB Jamonera at the grand opening of the Cigar City Brewpub.
Boon Oude Kriek Mariage Parfait. 2008 Vintage. Really nice beer
Just four more days till the weekend...Cheers!
Stout for tonight's Stars game, Stoopid for tomorrow's Rangers game.
Rasputin never gives bad council.
Until I get home
I have so much beer to drink right now. Not that it is a bad thing, but there is so much I want to buy.
My son is on spring break, so is mom and dad.
Starting the break with a favorite. SNPA. Cheers!
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