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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Lare453, Feb 3, 2013.
Thank you! It was like a two minute pour to keep it seperated. Both bottles are from 2011
I can never get both beers in the same place at the same time to make it happen.
Teaching my first lesson to a middle-school class tomorrow morning, so gotta keep it low-abv tonight.
Pretty damn nice for 5% abv.
Well it's now 3:00pm here on the west coast , started with Ola Dubh 12 , 16 & 18 ,
followed by .... Deschutes 'The Abyss' 2012 Reserve
Next up Lady of the Woods....
Cracked open my Sam Adams New World I have been saving for me and my dad. Followed by Sculpin and either FBS or FRIS. go Baltimore!
Growler of NEBCO Fuzzy Baby Ducks with my cousin waiting for the game to start
starting off with my first ever black chocolate stout while watching the puppy bowl. i really like it but a year or two would make this soo much better.
After 14 years in the classroom, I'm going to say you've probably over-planned.
Do not under-drink son.
I do a slow pour with the entire botttle of 120 to fill most of the glass then do a really slow pour over the biggest cereal spoon I have. I lay the top of the bottle on the spoon and let it trickle out, you don't want it to pour into the bottom beer, just kinda splash off the top, the shortest distance it falls the better off you are.
Having my first Nugget Nectar, before the Super Bowl starts. Let's go Niners!
Big games require big beers!
Cheers & go ravens!
Just cracked this baby open from Funkwerks, Dark Prophet (a bourbon barrel aged Belgian dark ale), and ready for the game. Hope its as good via the bottle as it was yesterday on tap.
Superbowl lineup with michpaul
This seems to be the beer of choice lately so why not
Yes, yes it is. (If the two reactions are directly related then you have something to cheer about and deserve a high five.)
having a delish evening, filled with indian food, 1/2 a bottle of sierra nevada barrel-aged bigfoot, and 1/2 a bottle of bourbon county coffee.
First we grilled and demolished the wings........Now it's Sucks time right before kickoff and I'm sharing (he likes it) with a friend.
Holy $hit bomb.
Just popped a Schlafly AIPA brewed on 1/29/13 for kickoff!! Go 'Niners!!!
Pinkus Organic Ur Pils
Union Jack IPA. Idiot IPA up next.
Here we go!
Jeff, read this book! Or I meant I SUGGEST this book! hehe A great insight into the Italian mind. And A quote from here can also sum up the approach to Italian craft:
"Italian cuisine merely presents Nature at its best."
When it come to the craft, I believe sometimes we seek something SO powerful and sometimes we forget the simple or elegance that comes from Nature!
This one is dedicated to all my friends here! Cin cin and drink well!
Relaxing and watching the game, and having some Bare Hands Extra Stout...
So this is what a gose tastes like? Nice. Prost! Go Ravens.
Planned on doing a fair amount of day drinking while prepping food for the Super Bowl, but unfortunately I was stuck at work til almost 4. Just enough time to get home and watch the Pens-Caps game on DVR before the start of the big game. Just cracked this one to start things off.
Ah....growler of Terrapin Liquid Bliss, just when I thought it had dried up in my area. Whole Foods taps saved the day!! And a plate of assorted cheeses from Whole Foods, great combo!
Founders Breakfast Stout. Mother of God this is a damn good beer. I'm gonna crack one open before class tomorrow.
Simple yet elegant, and more importantly, delicious.
One brother told me he would drink his Sucks if drank one of his beers. I hadn 't tried Bells' Christmas Ale before. It's Ok but I think he got the better end of the deal. And yes, I am reluctantly red solo cupping it. Not my house.
You know what the advantage of that cup is? You don't have to wash them by hand like your regular glassware. Drink up like a boss without the glassware washing worries.
I would like to make one comment: My buddy said I might be on to something with this love of Italian beers, as I see no one else spurring a movement of sorts in my area. I feel that by sharing my knowledge I might encourage others to venture here(and by the looks of some, I have). But once again I might have started something and I might be the one leading it! Who is willing to follow? heheh
Smoky as hell at the beginning. But, when it settles, loads of chocolate. Yummy!