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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DerrickW, Feb 9, 2013.
This is up next for me.
Drank 3Floyds lpha King while bottleing my 1st IPA, went to Bigfoot Ale for dinner/ dogwalk, on Founders Iperial Stout now.
Starting to slow down,
Just poured my 2nd wake-n-hoo or moo bake, whatever you want to call it. Hoping this will take the pain away from a day of shoveling snow.
Same picture as before.
It was a shit week, so to help make myself feel better I drank an entire growler of Red Hare Chocolate Porter
Even as a mad Metallica fan, that might be the best speed metal tune of all time IMHO. Cheers, bro!
Now onto St. Bernadus Tripel and definitely realize my nose is starting to fail. Totally amazed at the massize differences in flavor profiles from one to the next. So far this one is the most spice forward and then the fruit comes in and then in the end back to a spicy twang. What a great night so far and by far I am becoming a fan of the tripel craze.
Left Hand knows how to make a quality low/regular abv stout and porter.
Man I love all those pictures! How do you do that so easy? Anyways, drinking a Cantillon Vigneronne thanks to Drew and John! Thanks guys.
Good evening BAs! Starting off with my last Smitten. Definitely one I'll pick up again next year to cure the winter doldrums. This isolated drum track from John Bonham is sweet. Cheers all!
Now for dessert.
photo-3 by JoEBoBpr, on Flickr
Not of the infected batch. Its doing pretty good. Smooth with nice whiskey sweetness. Id say its at its peak.
2010 Abyss. I wanted to verify my initial impressions, but now I know, for me, the 2011 and 2012 vintages are a step behind.
courtesy of the awesome BA, Casedogg43. Thank you!
Just moved into my new place, decided to pour myself a HopSlam and relax...
How was the Nestlé pure life?
Perhaps the closer:
This is great, don't get me wrong. However, this is my lease favorite of Tyranena's imperial porters and was hoping for greater spice. It was this or 3Beans and I've got some remorse.
This is fantastic. Definitely a bit underrated at an 88 in my opinion.
My Spidey sense tells me you two are at the same place right now. For the record I approve of the first pics glass of choice and quality of camera.
Just had on tap tonight while meeting a fellow BA...southern tier 2xipa, New Glarus Raspberry Tart, and Central Waters BB Stout...needless to say an awesome night!
Geesh! I did not even get to shovel any snow! And I could help you chaps too!
Sucks + Dinner time.
Ipas and nachos are a match made in heaven.
Listening to the new Destruction:
My reward for shoveling snow this morning:
Smitten number 2 for the night (featuring flare)...
Got some brownies working in the oven, possibly to be paired with my last backwoods bastard. Tunage...
I had nothing but great beer tonight, fucking good night
Excellent BSPA! Nice complexity with some big peppery esters with great complexity of fruitiness.
First time having a Summit, I'm impressed. This is a great IPA. Lots of citrus and tropical hops with a nice malt balance.
Great Coffee Stout. Aromas were huge, the taste wasn't nearly as huge; but this was still delicious.
Holy damn this is awesome. Tons of fruity and tropical hop complexity and malt balance; and super smooth to sip on. I need some Boulevard in MI distro pleeease.
Keeping it simple this evening with Tröegs Java Head. Although, my haul today was outstanding! I can't wait to dig into here the next few days.
Have a great night guys!
Wait till you try this one!
Well that sux. looks like im going to have to buy some in CT if its still around.
Next up. Found this for 6.99 which seems to be a reasonable price these days. Great aroma. Not mind blowing by any means but a decent, serviceable IPA. Cheers!
Almost done with a 1/6 barrel keg of Denoggonizer and it's still not boring and at 2 months old its still a fruity hop bomb.
Im in one of those moods. My songs have been:
Georgia Satellites, Eddie Money, Michael Stanley Band, and Free. I see Foreigner and Bad Company coming soon.
But I got inspired by them. I grabbed a tall boy from my fridge (now that was a 19.2 oz Dale's brewed in Brevard, NC of course), and Im drinking it straight from the can. Because thats what Michael Stanley would do.
FFF In the Name of Suffering, at 3F Brewpub.
Tonight is Bell's Hopslam and Short's Chocolate Wheat.
Bell's Smiiten ( Much like a few others before me tonight ), alright, was hoping this would match up to Red's Rye, it did not...
Tall Grass Buffalo Sweat with Vanilla Beans next...
More mesquite porter homebrew. Already took down a Left Hand Milk Stout and a homebrew sour black ale.
A bit over a year in the cellar...hops have rolled back...but this is drinking beautifully right now.