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Discussion in 'Southwest' started by icetrauma, Oct 19, 2012.
Might meet a friend there tomorrow, ill keep it in mind, thanks for the heads' up.
Some of the Little Woodrow's in Htown still have a few Bishop's left, $10 no take out. Pretty sure, Heights and Midtown
As of Tuesday, Crazy J's on Pinemont still had Bishops Barrel ($10). And you can take it out. Not sure if they still have the DR12 though.
just called... you CAN'T take it to go....
Not sure who was working but it's an icehouse. I took 2 when I went.
Sorry to bring this back..but I never got to get any... I'm ISO 2-3 bottles of this... I have a Bruery Oude Tart to trade.. BM me.. we can work something out.. I have lots.
If you live in north Houston (the woodlands), there is still two bars that still have bottles. I seem to be the only one scoring it I guess. Both bars are on the waterway.
I live in Spring. Are those two bars able to take home?
I think i may just have to stop by there for a late lunch when i get off work
I can't imagine there's many places around that have it to go anymore. I have seen it around still, though.
Do what i did. Flirt with the waitress and tip her well.
Want to give a hint as to which ones? I'm to lazy to go into each of the 5-6 bars right there and ask.
Bakers street and gooses acre is where I had bottles on Monday.
Underbelly tweeted last night that they had some. Not sure if you can take it to go.
I still have 3 bottles of it, Let's talk shop.
If any DFW peeps need any, I have a few...hit me up!
After a long dreadful day shopping I'm having a much needed one at Baker as we speak. Supposedly on 3 left. Thanks for the heads up
HomeField Grill still has some.
No prob. You're welcome. Cheers!
Well for those who haven't gotten any, and want a bottle I know someone who has a few stashed at their shop and yes, you can take them home. He only has like 6 left. Password required lol and it's near downtown Houston
I'm hearing Late Feb / Early March for BB2, Old Ale (Christmas Ale?) w/ Cherries aged in Chardonnay Barrels?
I think it's their Christmas Ale.
I hope it's not their Christmas Ale... I was not digging that beer
It is their Christmas ale. I heard it with my 2 ears.
I love the Christmas Ale..I've gone through a six pack and had it three or four times on tap this Christmas season... will be interested to try this new one for sure.
The beer has been aging for over a year. We're very excited about this batch. First beer racked into barrels for the Bishop Barrel series.
So, what's the expected release date and approximately how much will be released? Will it be bar release only? What's the volume compared to BB1? Finally, is it an African or European Swallow?
Laden or unladen?
Huh? I....I don't know?
Feb is what I heard.
Release date? Don't know but soonish. How much will be released? Last I counted, about 60-70 wine barrels. Wine barrels are 59 gallons. Bourbon barrels are 52.5. We're courently doing the barrel tasting for blending.
A bit more than BB1. How are we selling? Don't know. Like I've said in the past, I'm a brewer, don't know the marketing/sales details.
European or African swallow? Depends on the circumstances. African swallows don't migrate and Europeans are too small for coconuts.
Wait a minute... suppose two swallows carried it together?
It's not a matter of where ey grips it, it's a matter of weight to thrust ratio. (I can do this all day)
One of my favorite parts in the whole damn movie.
And the Lord spake, saying, "First shalt thou take out the Holy Pin. Then shalt thou count to three, no more, no less. Three shall be the number thou shalt count, and the number of the counting shall be three. Four shalt thou not count, neither count thou two, excepting that thou then proceed to three. Five is right out. Once the number three, being the third number, be reached, then lobbest thou thy Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch towards thy foe, who, being naughty in my sight, shall snuff it.
christmas ale aged with cherries in chard barrels?
that's just goddamned confusing.
I actually think it will be pretty good. SA's Christmas Ale is not as spicy as others and the subtle flavors of oak and vanilla will blend well with the spices. And then, the cherries will ad a hint of sweetness to balance it all out.
Christmas in Jul... err... February?
I expect it to mute the spices and impart a tart dryness. Cherries will most likely add to the tartness as well.