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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by match1112, Feb 17, 2013.
The Oracle wasn't so good?
Palate Wrecker. And... Isn't this WBAYDN #120?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!???!??!??!??!!?
Drinkin a Private Rye right now, probably moving on to Ruthless and RIPL to taste... Harpoon Rye IPA and Hop Rod Rye as the experimentation and comparison ryeds onward. this may dip into tomorrow even. Happy Prez day eve!
Yeaaaaah I got nothin' right now, because I need to grade some more papers before I have a drink . . . but I think it's finally time for some fresh Peeper up in this bitch.
Aquired a WNB as a extra in a trade. Really loving this bree I wish I had more... god[/URL] its great.
Bottled last batch and brewed another. Cheers
This was bottled a long while back and still fine, still real hoppy
Can't wait to try it!!
A little "Fruition" double IPA from Beer'd Brewing while cooking dinner! This stuff is giving the bigger boys a run for there money. At least on par with Gandhi Bot, (maybe even better).
Simply perfect and perfectly simple.
That Melange 3 took me 3 hours to finish it. I feel like I've been dabbling in hippy crack in a parking lot all afternoon. Well, here's this winner for a follow-up. Thanks to WassailWilly for this one:
I like your moves
Sipping on a Daisy Cutter while I finish a couple reviews.
Feels good drinking this while in Chicago. Drink Local!
My wifey just got a sweet andriod phone so why not play with it pouring the Verdi I love, upsetting some BA's who wonder why the bleep I love Italian beer! heheh
A nice Old Rasputin in my new DryHop glass (a brewery in Chicago that's opening soon - I had their "Shot A Man In Simcoe" and was impressed).
I see a mixing board or is it an electronic board?
Moved on to a homebrewed Berliner Weisse. Wow this is tart! Soured via a sour mash. Might have overdone it a bit...
You are correct, it's a Pioneer DJM-700. I DJ around Chicago and am practicing at the moment.
Rogue Chocolate Stout. Fantastic!!
Sucaba and a French Roquefort Blue tonight. Good stuff.
Volunteered at the Ales for Autism beer fest on Friday and got to fill this growler of Cali Kölsch. Damn fine Kölsch.
Listening to my little brother's band
Nice day of Spring cleaning in late Winter, then a Upland Dragonfly IPA, Sam Adams Spring Alpine & a SN Bigfoot while looking out on the Grand Lake o the Cherokees Chicken Enchilladas in the oven!
From Three Floyds? I am a Kolsch fiend and would love to get this if it's available.
With a ton of age on it...it was a GREAT barleywine!
Proof that something can be SO ugly but yet be SO darn good!!!
Not what I expected, especially for the $14.99 price tag. I don't think I would purchase it again, but if you are a Dogfish and Sierra Nevada supporter like me, its worth a try.
Don't care what anyone says, I think Heady looks great.
Just cracked open a Founders Imperial Stout as a treat for getting a ton of homework done, also it will help me get the motivation to finish the rest. Blargh.
Even though I am a big metal head I do like creating electronic music particularly drum and bass. DJ'ing is an under appreciated art as well as spinning and mixing records! Indeed drink to your health!
No, that's just a growler I had laying around. This is the beer: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/29346/83071 I can get it in bottles if you're interested.
Are any of those in your glass right now?
Kudos to volunteer and MAJOR head banging for Laceration! \m/
Riding a bike has changed my life....nothing more satisfying than a great beer after a great bike ride.
Always down for a trade. I'm in Chicago to give you an idea of what I can offer. Message me sometime and we can work something out.
Not the freshest, but for a marked down $6 sixer still damn good.
Hey! Your avatar matches your desktop!!!!!
This was a REAL good one thanks Tom!
Hill Farmstead Arthur, batch 4 I believe. Cheers!