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It's like turning down a glass of water for not being wet enough.
Sierra Nevada defines the category.
Against the Grain - Pile of Face
I can't adequately explain it, but I tend to feature beers from this brewery in NBS. Thanks in part to...
To expand on @TongoRad 's post, that beer is a Münsterländer Altbier - and the sourness that you were perceptive enough to notice was intended....
3 Floyds Molten Mirrors
This sour ale is made with peaches. The first sip hits you like intense peach candy. It's sour and peachy at...
Do you like drinking out of ceramic?
I think the way the links work on this site might have changed. I used to just paste the "IMG" link in the body of the post, but that stopped...
This is @JackHorzempa 's Kellerbier. I'm sure you've heard of him. I've had a few of his suds and I think the man can brew. This beer is...
Expedition is on my short list.
(well... someone had to eventually do it ;))
Charlie Bamforth once had a meeting with some folks at Anheuser-Busch. He was using pictures of a beer in a glass in his presentation. The beer...
With the thread title about weird fantasies and the first post talking about loving the aroma of your girlfriend's skin toner, I just didn't know...
You should get to the bottom of this because those are two very different things.
Thanks to the side holes, Converse can only hold a tiny amount of beer. :)
(I like how their identities are perfectly hidden)
Great job narrowing things down to that "one canned beer." ;)
BTW @patto1ro , The Beer Bible seems to be aware of your work.
A recommendation for a strong, fruity, barrel aged saison... got nothing. Sorry. I'm assuming fruity means New Zealand hopped, fruit added, or...
If you are interested in a book that is essentially write ups on the various styles then it's a good choice.
Speaking of which, what beer are you drinking in your avatar picture?
Yeah, but keep in mind that it's a reasonable assumption that if someone can buy BCBS Rare in their area, then they can also buy BCBS. :)
I don't have either edition, but Randy Mosher mentioned the items in my post in an interview and I thought I'd pass on the info.