Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Bitterbill, Jan 13, 2013.
That a badass lineup. Hope you enjoyed the journey today!
Zombie Dust, Artic Panzer Wolf, and Dreadnaught at Three Flloyds.
Nebraska Black Betty
Santa Fe Chicken Killer
Short's Publican Porter
Short's The Woodmaster
Weyerbacher Old Heathen
Midnight Sun Treat
Cantillon Fou Foune
FFF Cognac Moloko
CCB Cognac Imperial Sweet Stout
2008 Bell's Eccentric Ale
Ska Mole Stout
Big Sky Ivan the Terrible
The Bruery Melange #3
Out of regular sours my wife made me dip in the cellar. No joke. Beat and FF are probably the best of it's kind. Beat batch 5, does it get any better?
My first SN Ruthless Rye
third and final glass
ISO: Will Ferrell's mustache
I swear man, you go hard all the damn time! Good on ya. Cheers!
Short's Brewing Woodmaster - Brown Ale
Thanks Brian! LNBA SS never stops, cheers!
Thought i would give this one a go...
not too shabby!
Arthur on tap at a little hotel bar in Lancast, Pa. The things you find in out of the way places.
Alesmith X while making some Fireball Pizza.
Just bells java stout
This is probably my 2nd to last brew of the night. Happy Sunday everyone!
My first Kolsch style ever.
Earlier from tonight while Mickey Mouse was playing in the background a Mattie, my sour Pumpkin ale!!
So so good.
I'm comin' up that way to drink with ya'll one of these days!
Californication is today????? !!!! ??? What time?
First time dipping in a Schell's classic. Prosit!
listening to one of my favorite regional bands, Brown Bird:
Got to see them with Devil Makes Three as a birthday present last month, really wish they played in VT more often! Vocal mix is a little wonky on this recording, but it's a great tune
Having one as well... ridiculously good and super sour. Cheers my man
Solid afternoon/evening of drinking while watching the Pats game. Started off with my last bomber of Switchback Ale, a solid, very drinkable pale ale. Moved onto the Sierra Nevada Northern Hemisphere Ale, loved this beer, must get more ASAP. Then popped my bottle of 2011 Mystic Descedent Ale. Nice brew, held up nicely. Finished off the night with a Sierra Nevada Narwhal, a solid imperial stout.
It's pretty good in its own right. You can't compare it to an AleSmith BA, Old Raspy BA, or an Eclipse BA, but if you couch more in terms of Old Curmudgeon, which I find to be a superior ale, you might find Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale very pleasant and well done. It's just a more delicate version of the style, notwithstanding the Bud-drinking college students that thought they were drinking Utopias 10.
Unfortunately a 375 of Beat wasn't enough to satisfy wifey. Hopefully Lente goes well with Mexican food.
Next up on Stout Sunday is this treasure
Once of my favorite RISes of them all!
Having this one for the first time...absolutely delicious! Cheers BAs ~
three thumbs down, do not buy. leave these on the shelf (so they can continue to be readily available for me .)
and now I see why everyone else is making a blend of these two, so good.
I have one left myself. Probably won't last in my fridge more than a week.
2011 vintage. My first time, I was nervous...and am seriously not worthy. Savoring the glory. Cheers
this beer's name is so manly I feel the need to smash something
So do you just live at some round the clock epic beer tasting that someone forgot to invite me to?
You're welcome anytime! Just get at me!
\You always have the open invite.
Does this count?
Bennet, we're fucking going.
WTF is this?
Backwoods Bastard 2012. Found a 4-Pack at the local gas station. #WINNER
gin and tonic, featuring Hendrick's gin and Jack Rudy small batch tonic, and then Q club soda.
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