Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by bifrost17, Jan 2, 2013.
Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout
gonna work on a sixer of these while i pay my monthly bills
This vs this
My life Sucks!
I now understand the love for this beer.
Is that 2011?
hernia surgury today. opened with a couple of vicodin and a jai alai. next a bomber of alpha dog and some frozen peas for the groin. onto my first ole chub. pretty goddamn tasty. lets see where the night goes
I'd stick with the Old Chub
This is soooo good. A suitable mate for King Henry ?
Last for the night. A bomber of Left Hand Wake Up Dead
Market research as Jew Brew has one of these in the fermenter now!! This is very very good though!!
i love this beer.
Detoxing today so no beer, but I still have a growler of Pliny waiting for me tomorrow!
Triton Railsplitter IPA
I decided to make the first beer I've poured in 2013 an extra that I received from davey101 that was bottled in March 2010
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Did I mention this is my first ever Cantillon?
Great glass, I have one that I lugged from Belgium to Afgahistan to Mississippi, my favorite glass.
You're a stronger man than I.
I would of drank the growler today and gave some thought about detoxing tomorrow while drinkin another beer.
Just stopped in the brewery and had Railsplitter, Midnight Rail Black IPA, and a half-pint of the Goose Island BCBS they have on tap. Nice place, and less than a 10 minute drive from my place....score!
Toxic Sludge, by the Blue Point brewery. Great stuff. Not for beginners.
Now onto some Palo Santo...
All IPA night for me. First, a Big Sky IPA, then my last can of Sea Hag, now...a Pako's IPA. Fancy that!
Cracking open a 2011 BCBS because it's Wednesday. Cheers!
So once again, I'm out of order SN Summerfest
You're out of order
And?? You like it? I am sure you do as you make a killer whale blood ale!!
Back to my roots. I am getting so much more out of this, this time round. Well done DFH!! Sorry I have been bypassing you lately. Nice to buy a bottle for under $2!!!
Spectacular. So complex as it starts to warm. Lemony, lactic, the slightest hint of funk without being overpowering. The only way I can think of to describe it is a sour beer with a peach skin fuzz over it that keeps it from being too sharp.
Hill Farmstead "Susan" @ The Queens Kickshaw in Astoria, NY.
On my 3rd Sierra Nevada Celebration at the moment. I laughed when I seen the first post.
This is good..
Last day off from work... Victory Storm King Stout, much better with a little age on it.
My first blend. Very smooth. I poured this glass and let my wife give it a taste. Needless to say, I had to pour a separate glass for myself.
Wow...Glad I read about this the past couple nights on the forums. I need to get a Chalice glass.
Look for a Chimay gift pack, also a great way to try the Red, White and Blue.
Wub this brew
Busting into this splendid beverage thanks to Hugonaut13:
This is one big and tasty beer.
Will do. Thanks
Personally I'm a bigger fan of the tulip you're using right now
Tasting with Verecund, OSUBeerStudent, and bluecane started off with Jackie Os Galaxy Mandala, RareR DOS, Hardywood Anniversary, Bootleggers Black phoenix. LP Kriek, Eclipse Oak, Melange No. 3, Vera Mae, and Bolita are in the fridge.
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