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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by apaisncsu, Jan 4, 2013.
Starting Friday with a bottle I have been holding. I can't wait for the release later this month.
Ruthless Rye is on shelves in FL today so I'll be drinking that as soon as I get off work. I already have a sixer in the cooler in my truck so it'll be ready when I get home.
Smuttynose IPA at the moment, for a mid day snack w/lunch.
oh shit for real? been dying for some im gonna have to go pick some up. thanks for the heads up
Yep. Total Wine in Jax said it would be next week before it'd be on their shelves but Publix already had plenty!
Finishing off my last 2 of these. I will be searching for the Ruthless Rye as soon as they are gone! I also can't wait for my furry friend, BIGFOOT!
So jealous. So jealous of all of you.....
My day off. Nuthin' yet, but I feel like some Munich Helles.
Early lunch today! Young's double chocolate stout-
Sipping on on a FBS right now, wish I had more of them, down to 2 now
Having my first taste of Leinenkugel's Classic Amber.
Anchorage Brewing Company - Galaxy White IPA. My first beer from this brewery, Alaska already had great fishing, but now add great belgian-style ales to the list.
shorts the woodmaster... delicious
Paired quite well with a roast beef sandwich for lunch.
Had one last bottle of this in the back of the fridge, so I figured I'd review it.
2 more hours until I can have a beer. Then it is time for beers on beers.
No, we are jealous of your homemade salami!
Damn straight! I am chewing through that stuff right quick. Salami's a health food right?
Part of Italian pyramid: coffee, wine, salami, cheese, and tomatoes!
Having my first one of these. Pretty dam good.
I'm going to crack a Pliny or FW Double Jack next and see how they compare.
https://soundcloud.com/giovanni-gino-caffarella/rock-idea Just made this now, tell me what you think...
Just cracked open a Southern Tier Choklat. Not as sweet and chocolatey as Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout but this one is pretty good. Possibly reviewing this when I finish pouring all 22oz of this.
Bad ass man, I like that track simply titled "Rock." I am a drummer myself and love play, so I am always happy to listen to stuff people are creating. What do you play?
Just cracked one myself. Got a really fresh bottle, smells awesome.
Is there a date on the bottle? I just got mine today at Gasbarros in Attleboro, but I have no clue how long it was sitting there.
They had about 6 different Jack Abby's at the store. I'm going to have to go try them all. I am very impressed.
I am a guitar player primarily but I can also play bass and drums as well. For my lil home setup, it is nothing much really but I use an Ibanez guitar, Line Six Spyder amp, Behringer Xenyx 502 mixer, and I have a vocal microphone and a Shure 57 for recording instruments. I use Ez Drummer Toontrack Drumkit From Hell and BooBass for both the drums and bass, but the guitar is all me of course!
Awesome man! I know nothing about any instruments besides the drum set, ha ha. But I can hold my own.
The dates are on the side of the 4 pack cartons, the 4 pack I grabbed my two bottles out of said Dec 18 2012. I should have just bought the whole 4 pack instead of the two. Hoponius is a grapefruit monster.
I found a Cricket Hill Summer Breakfast Ale in the back of the work fridge.
It isn't the freshest beer, but it is still tasty.
hell yea publix is always up on the ruthless rye
It made my face hurt.
Not bad at all.
I venture into this type of rock where I try to have a gritty sound but yet retain harmonies and melodies.
My secretary liked it. She came in to ask what I was listening to.
I told her a crazy Italian guy.
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