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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Goosey, Feb 18, 2013.
My last Founders Imperial Stout. To get more or something new?
I am noticing an Our Gang/Little Rascals theme in avatarland. Very cool!
Taking a break from my case of Nugget Nectar.
One year old DORIS paired with some dark chocolate. Mmm.
Heady in a tulip is the best way to enjoy IMHO. I received a nice little stash last month from trades and did the can and the the tulip. It's a beautiful beer, why hide it ?, and the nose is better out of a proper glass, again my opinion. Either way its fricking delicious.
It is a really great beer. Reminds me of Heady a little. Cheers!
The Pentagram has been portrayed as a negative symbol, despite having ancient origins to be used in a positive manner. Runes are also an ancient form of writing and one that I personally enjoy and continue to learn.
The point is that some cultures and faiths do not know the full meaning of the symbol, and this could cause some tension. That is all I can say about this on this forum as getting any deeper here is not the ideal place to do so.
Drinking a Ruthless then possibly a Backwoods Bastard.
Been awhile since I have cracked one of these bad boys. I'm surprised by how good it is every time I open one.
2011 J.W. Lees Harvest Ale aged in Sherry casks. Cheers!
Silence is golden indeed....
Olde Hickory Redeemer
Saint Arnold Pumpkinator
21st Amendment Sneak Attack
All with KevinGordon.
Wasn't sure how to follow up the deliciousness that is CCB Pancake CC Brown...
I looked in the fridge for what I thought might be in similar tastes:
Has anyone else had this? This ish is damn good!!! I am quite pleasantly surprised!
Cheers to all tonight!
Round two! Impressed
Was going to go with a Backwoods Bastard but decided on a BCBS instead. Pulled straight from my 55* fridge
First time trying this bad boy
My first time trying this one. An impressive blend of bitter pine and vibrant citrus/tropical flavors.
If Two Hearted and Oberon had a baby, it would be Gumballhead.
Tasty stuff. Just what I was in the mood for.
Damn good beer.
Started with Sucks, on to Finest Kind.
Funny that looks like their picture from there fb
With standing my love for Italian craft, I am a LOVER of Hitachino and this one is an excellent and exciting brew. I do not believe there is many, if any, that has beer casked on sake!
Finally got around to trying the Hennepin that's been in my fridge. Pretty damn good!
Relaxing after an exam earlier...
Fresh Heady Topper....straight out of the can just like its supposed to be drank!
Rye Rye Rocco nice and tart
Totally trying the beer and cheese pairing thing!
New Glarus Apple Ale with Colby cheese. This is one unique beer!
A bit earlier had a Dale's Pale (from a tallboy can. pretty excited when i saw it in this format. $3 for a 20oz I believe. Still waiting for Sucks in 32oz though...) followed by a Grumpy Monk (Solid brew as one would expect from Sam Adams. Not my favorite belgian ipa/pale, but I prefer it over a few others.) Now onto another Sam Adams brew, Dark Depths. Very solid porter. This should definitely replace the Holiday Porter in their winter pack. (Hey, I love porters, but that beer gets a "let's just be friends" from me.) If you're expecting a black ipa, then you'll be disappointed. But if you want a good porter, it won't hurt picking this one up.
Top of the evening BA!
Day off of work tomorrow, do I drink it dry?
Is that a rhetorical question?