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Count Boy Brewing, Lexington, Ky
Victory Prima Pils, a lively Pilsner. It's my first taste of Victory, and won't be my last.
And now without Cavendish.
Schlafly Yakima Wheat. Not bad, not great, not my favorite style, but I did like the "bread." Good session beer.
Schlafly American IPA and listening to Valerie June.
Sierra Nevada Celebration. One reason to look forward to the holidays.
Went back to an old favorite, Founder's Porter.
No photo. You know what it looks like anyway.
I didn't feel like driving to the Liquor Barn, so I stopped at the grocery and picked up Sam Adams Noble Pils. Not a bad drink. It reminds me of...
That's my favorite out of Anchor Brewing. I switch between Anchor Porter and Edmund Fitzgerald.
Eritrea - Suwa (Talla in Amharic)
Recipe - http://caseyfamilyrecipes.blogspot.com/2011/12/suwa-eritrean-beer.html
Can you still find Alsop Pilsner in Kenya?
Burning River was my first intro into GLB. I switch between Edmund Fitzgerald, Burning River, and Dortmunder Gold.
I'd say you should call your friends over to drink them up before they turn into something akin to Coors Lite. Time's a wasting.
Mackeson's triple stout at room temp. My wife took a sip and said "that's good." She never likes my beer.
Burn the oak a bit, to get some of the charcoal flavor.
I've had Conjunctivitis. Does that count?
Schlafly American IPA. Too cheap for Hopslam.
You check to make sure it isn't a seasonal beer, then you feel sad when you find it is.