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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Dennoman, Feb 20, 2013.
The only nice memory I have from a recent trip to Tennessee...
I see your Sucks and raise you a 2011 .
Perfect 1-2 punch
Taylor Ham rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That is a classic NJ dinner
Finishing with a SN Ruthless Rye.
Im drinking this:
I made that shit! My first batch of all-grain. It's an IPA. Nothing extraordinary, but its a good, simple IPA. And I'm super proud of myself.
That sounds pretty damn awesome. I'll have to try this one.
Good People Brown Ale from Birmingham, AL. Drink from the can.
photo-16 by JoEBoBpr, on Flickr
Great beer. Awesome label. Cheers!
Canned 9-19-11 and absolutely fantastic! A mini celebration for completing my season coaching basketball!
The past five years without porkroll has been hell I tells ya.
My last coffee stout...
Starting off with a Goose Island Matilda. Love this brew. My favorite year-round offering from these guys.
Decided to try one of these for the first time next...
First was a draft Rye-on-Rye/Narwhal mix (the b&t fell out). What a DELICIOUS mix.
Next is Tree House Brew Co.'s That's What She Said milk stout, which has retained its flavor and carbonation beautifully since the growler was opened Monday.
A wonderful evening for beer.
FT: Porkroll ISO:Your local beers
Seriously, pork roll is one of the greatest breakfast meats ever
Do not tempt me. I believe the last can I have in my fridge is a early 2011, or late 2010.. Been just shuffling it around the fridge, and it's made two moves.
I still have no idea why this salty, heavenly meat has not spread across America.
I had NO idea Drake's was a regional snack item though. Wish someone told me.
GFY Stout from an outstanding new Chicago brewer Spiteful brewing. Awesome stuff.
Rips beat me to it, buti will gladly work out a trade that includes Taylor Ham.
Hahahahaha I have a store full of four packs from 2011. How long you waiting?
Split one of those Monday night with Knapp85...it was one of those "fist pump" moments. Awesome beer and I enjoyed it more than the 2011 which surprised me. (!!!!)
1) Because those of us in the Soprano state want to keep it here.
2) I will throw in some Devil Dogs as an extra
FT: Drake's ... Ah you see where I'm going with this.
Indeed we do not have enough Taylor ham for all!
Can't trade for the time being due to school and a light wallet, but when I do.... hell yes.
I will also throw in some chili sauce so you can make Texas Weiners.
Started with this tonight , green flash double stout. Served too cold. Had an odd sweetish roast to it. More like a milk stout. Did not love it.
Then I had this Bells brown. Not a huge brown fan but it was good. The bar has a keg of hop slam in the cellar but will not let me know when it will be tapped.
Watching the flyers try to hang on.
A new Great Lakes. Cheers!
Drinking some Zombie Dust, tried it for the first time last night and can't get enough!
....the only saving grace for that can is to call it some sort of mini-growler and have fmccormi work his magic by coming up with a great hybrid name for it (A half growler called a "Howler" was freakin' awesome, I'm gonna start using that!!) Tomorrow, afternoon, it won't be called "lunch", it'll be called f'n lunch or "Funch".
Just when I thought this can couldn't look any worse:
Me too, gotta love it
a bourbon body slam of a beer. with a lion tamer and camel clutch thrown in for good measure
Odd smell like a weird maple syrup. Odd taste kinda just like watered down log cabin syrup which is an abomination but still tasty I guess. Can't wait for the sap to run...
I'm finishing up with one of my favorites, Backwoods Bastard, mmmmmmmmmmm
this is going down nice after 3 Pilsner Urquells that were left over from Super Bowl.
Mikkeller Simcoe that I had to bring back from San Diego, fantastic!
Wait, is Tripel Hop in stubbies now? If so, has this hit the U.S. (in stubbies) already?
Like drinking dark chocolate ganache in a glass...
Bell's - Black Note 2012 by imbibehour, on Flickr