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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by match1112, Feb 26, 2013.
First time trying this. Very good I must say.
Please, nobody go out and hoard this one. It sucks.
Found it on sale for <$7
2011 vintage thanks to gkatsoris. so good!
I was gonna ask where up near you was serving both on draft, but BitterBill beat me to the punch. Def. give the Sucaba a shot. If you don't get a bottle, lemme know...between that and Tree Shaker (if I'm wrong on price!), I'll have a couple bottles to throw your way. 16 was real good and will get better with some time. Sucaba is drinking AWESOME right now...top tier BW in all ways.
Ninja vs Unicorn sweet and balanced. Kinda like a hopslam. Also my mother made gumbo last night and boy does gumbo go well with snow and ipas.
If you like that, try the Achel Extra. A bit expensive and only in big bottles, but definitely worth it.
Drinking more of my Idle Hands Pandora from the growler.
If you are in the Boston area, get down to the brewery in Everett to pick up their Bourbon Barrel Triplication. It's awesome.
And it's the brewers birthday today according to Facebook, so cheers!
Peekskill Simple Sour
Stone Mint Chocolate Stout
Both on tap in NYC.
Learn the definitions between lambic and Geuze and get back to me. ;p
Another GL Alchemy Hour w/ homemade sliders, homemade sweet pickles & tater tots
Screw the Keystone Pipeline debate, you need to develop the Seminole Pipeline, my friend!!!
I've seen Sucaba bottles around, just passed on them. Would rather try it on tap, smaller portion sizes. I figure since I am not a fan of the style it might not matter how well FW does it, it just might not be for me.
I loved the Anniversary 16 when I bought a bottle of it when it first came out, which is why I immediately went for that one over the Sucaba. Had I taken a moment or two to consider my decision, I might have made a different decision.
Holy Coffee Batman!
14 hour day calls for a Nugget Nectar.
Came home to some homebrewing equipment and grains though, so Im happy
Just finnished a Stone Ruination. Love this stuff every time I revisit it!
Picked up a few of these when I went through Missouri. To me, this blows away Breakfast Stout.
Drinking this one for the first time thanks to Stinger80OH:
Columbus IPA - Cheers BA!
Right Brain CEO stout. Keeping warm during the storm
It is Tuesdays, not Mondays, that truly suck.
So, I bought a four-pack of 3Beans!
Where's the fourth bean, you ask?
In the glass!
And later, just for fun, in a weizen glass!
Wow. Weizen glasses make beer look sexy, don't they?
Ah. Not a bad way to send my Tuesday a-packin'.
Last bottle of last year's vintage, in anticipation of this year's batch FINALLY hitting my area tomorrow.
Surly Pentagram from our fine neighbors to the north!
Enjoying Boulevard's newest Smokestack Series release, Grainstorm...
2012 bigfoot barleywine. Its amazing how one year changes this beauty.
Picked up some of this on my way home from work:
I too thought that was awesome! Unfortunately, only picked up one. Far more rich and complex than Breakfast stout. IMO.
That's a humorous label. How is it drinking? Have you had Wookey Jack? I really enjoyed that. Wonder how it compares.
My main man Lambeau going after my Maximus.
Name aside (haha Bears fan here), that's a cool snake. What type of snake is it? Sorry, I'm snake dumb. Does it know to stay by you or does it high tail to the nearest hidden nook?
What did you think?
funkwerks Helter Spelter
Luvs me some Kölsch.
Holy crap !!!