Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by gtermi, Jan 27, 2013.
2010 decadence and 2012 black ops
I have that same glass and love it...I just wish it were about 2oz bigger.
too small of a bottle considering I'm doing taxes. I'd pay $500 to find out why NYS designed that peculiar quadratic formula for calculating taxes owed.
The wife claimed the last Sculpin, so I busted out a Founders Imp stout.
You sir are doing it right.
Thanks! It's all about having the right tool for the job.
Moved onto this waiting for the Sharks vs. Canucks. First time trying this. Awesome clarity. Super excited this is going the can way. Another craft can choice for those upcoming fishing trips. Me likey.
For tonight I thought I would engage in some blasphemy.
In the world of macro, this isn't all that bad.
AleSmith My Bloody Valentine - Bloody delicious!
I'm now onto one I've had for a half year. Older Viscosity, and it is motor oil! But, not in taste. It's pretty fantastic, I can definitely tell its aged in oak.
Can't get enough... down to a case now.
Following up a Heady Topper with a Flower Power. Just feels like an IPA type of night.
Such an awesome, light beer! Can't get enough of this one and the Cranbic.
And it looks awesome in this glass
Had Green Flash Palate Wrecker and Stone Arrogant Bastard on draft at Plan B in Connecticut. Cheers everyone!
Fired up the grill with Oskar.
Put the steaks on with Weihenstephaner.
Finished simultaneously with Narwhal.
Drinking SN Celebration Ale
Watching Slap Shot
When will the shrimp bisque get to Massachsetts? That looks tasty!
milwaukees best ice.............
Visited Tired Hands brewery in Ardmore PA. Did the complete tasting of all their current offerings.
Farmhands, Hophands, Single Hop Amarillo, Strange Owl, Ego Disillusionment, Whatever, Nevermind, Nigel, and Mother Animal.
Also grabbed some growlers to go:
Gonna go big with this next beer, but can't decide which one. What say you BA?
Belgo anise was my only drain pour. I don't like anise though, a friend brought it to the stout tasting. The drain pour was a group decision. But CBS is making my mouth water.
Started out with a couple of these trendy bastards,
Now I'm doing some serious damage to a 4 pack of these. Nice and fresh, 1/4/13, and just drinking awesome,
Many thanks to oldp0rt for this tasty bottle of muskoka twice as mad tom dipa. oh, Canada!
CBS DUH LOL
Wasn't fond of the Belgo, really enjoyed the Vertical; but since I've never had it, I'd be popping open the CBS...
CBS isn't getting any better with age. I say go for it. Had one a month ago, it was good but nothing mind-blowing. No maple or barrel characteristics.
Enjoying some really fresh Bot!
Celebrating my 5 year anniversary (dating....not married) with the little lady while enjoying the last of my Hopslam
Kuhnhenn's Simcoe Sillier. Yes my friends this contains more silly.
Cracked my first Nugget Nectar ever. Probably not the best choice for a guy who's not that into hops, but it's a pretty color and a well-crafted beer. Checking up on the homebrew now.
Two first timers which became two new favorites!
Cool, man - yeah, the Karmeliet and Westmalle are excellent every time - I was genuinely a little surprised by the LFDM - its been a while since I had one, and I don't want to be too critical, but it wasn't even close (for me) (at least this time 'round)... maybe if it weren't side-by-side, eh?
Very nice! Have a great time.
Doing alittle blind tasting all by myself. FBS, WnB and The Devil Made Me Do It!
Cheers ya' bastards!
Hey, man - had my first Italian beer this past Friday (Verdi) - incredible, dude...
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