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Revolution Anti Hero, Ballast Point Victory at Sea, then some Begyle Comb the Desert.
Tried a new one this evening...Begyle schwartzbier with vanilla/chocolate swirl ice cream. This is a not overly sweet combination that I was...
Relaxing after work with some Revolution Anti-Hero. Sam Adams Oktoberfest on deck.
A nice chocolaty stout with pumpkin ice cream is outstanding!
Black Butte Porter. Mmm.
Revolution Anti-Hero is my go-to IPA and all around one of my favorite beers.
Beer that showed me all beer isn't terrible (Had only had BMC varieties): weihenstephaner vitus. Huge epiphany!
First IPA that I enjoyed: SN Torpedo.
Before I really got into beer, I had tried my now husband's beloved Guinness Extra Stout and thought it was way too bitter to drink. I now almost...
I think this would be an interesting mix. I may have to add this to my list of blends to try. These are two styles I hadn't thought of blending...
I'm with you on the double hero.
If someone brews it, I'm in!
This is hard because I change my mind depending on what mood I'm in. Zombie dust would be at the top of my list.
After investigating, I have to say, you are correct. It's listed on here as a dipa, but the bottle designates it as a double pale ale. That would...
My dog also enjoys trying to steal my beers! There must be something about stouts because she leaves my ipas alone.
My husband has drank more of my beers than I can remember, but nothing special.
..I hide the good stuff!
I also am a fan of gin. Any beer that could incorporate that flavor would be awesome to try. Even though it didn't taste like juniper,
+1 for soda.
Not to br snobby, but because I love coca-a-cola! :)
Husband got some excellent news at work, so here is tonight's line up:
-Firestone XVI...already down
-Bolt Cutter...in progress
And here I thought I was fancy for making my own advent calendar out of scrapbooking paper...I may have to integrate the beer thing into that. I...