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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Kevin67, Jun 17, 2016.
So stoked about Moon Man in a can! These will look great in the cooler this summer.
Relaxing with the dog
Another fantastic Trillium beer to start the weekend.
Thanks to @DrStiffington and @dennis3951 for prodding me to give Magnify another shot-
Second time's a charm!
Drinking some fresh Ozone IPA from Orono Brewing Company! Today was their first release EVER of cans. Awesome brewery for those of you Maine beer vacationers who feel like traveling up to Bangor/Orono from Portland. I highly recommend it!
Yeah, it's mostly been on tap here but found a spot doing growlers this week.
This is NugMo, which is Golden Nugget dry-hopped with Mosaic hops. I'm smiling so big right now, I look like a Halloween pumpkin, cause this is pretty flocking awesome.
This was earlier today. Ranger was imploring me to give him a treat. I resisted - barely.
Gosebusters From Noble. Absolutely incredible. How you liking this glass eh, @MUTINY ? Too bad I can't nominate my own for GotD...or can I... Cheers BA'S
Good evening Advocates. Nice fresh Mastermind for me, old bottled grapes for her. To each their own.
So glad they are canning this.
Rocket Science IPA. Fullsteam Brewery. Durham, NC.
Jackie O's Evelyn
Never heard of it... I love finding something new I like. @ 8.3% not bad, Cheers to Oregon, good stuff
A little D-IPA action from Pizza Boy - Frontside Lipslide. As luck would have it, 'was in Harrisburg a few days ago and my customer is located less than a mile from PB, it's like my car had a mind of it's own and I couldn't control where it was going! ! This is some pretty impressive stuff and the proceeds go towards re-building a local skate park. Enjoying a great D-IPA and helping the local community all at the same time, it's a win-win. ( @jvgoor3786 & @SawDog505 ... keep an eye on your porch. )
And last night? Spent the evening slurping down pints of Weyerbacher - Merry Monks and listening to a Rush Tribute Band underneath the historical beauty of the old Bethlehem Steel Stacks. The city of Bethlehem is doing a great job preserving the old steel mill and turning the grounds of Bethlehem Steel into a community friendly, usable area. It's awesome and Bethlehem Steel is rich with history.
Have you tried the Vine Shine aged in gin barrels? I thought it was really good.
This batch is a lot danker than I remember. Cheers!
That's just my second beer from them- I can only get what goes into distribution so far. This one has an almost peppery undercurrent, so I can see how that would work well with the gin spices.
Evening BA - starting off the weekend with a War Bird from Pipeworks. Interesting beer - they call it a session ale but its got a nice yeasty funk to it. Smells amazing.
Went to the Cubs game earlier and had decent seats.
Got to see Arrieta warming up up close.
Couldn't believe how bad the beer selection was at Wrigley. Pretty much just Bud, Bud light, 312 and Goose IPA. Finally found a place with GI Green Line so I had a few of those, but come on Cubbies, get with the program.
Also JC Brooks sang the National Anthem - local singer, has a great sound:
Next up in today's long line of lagers
#2, I love the concept of "Beer Camp" series, and this beer is yet another example why.
Portland Brewing MacTanahan's Amber Ale - 5.1%
Cascade Hops - clean malty ale - well made
3 different beers tonight.
London homesick Ale - Winner of GABF 2014 in the the "bitter" category?!?! (It's just a plain English pale ale)
Full Sail Pale Ale - Ever wonder how nobody talks about this kick-ass, old school brewery from Hood RIver, OR. We visited the brewery a couple years ago and boy do they have fun there! Half the brewers were out kitesurfing in the Columbia just down the street.
Fat Wild Ale - New Belgium + Avery collaboration beer.
Lakefront Hop Jockey. Happy Friday!
Just a little session beer.
Beautiful day. Making deep dish pizza
I will keep my eyes peeled for that one...
Captain Lawrence PeaceWalker IPA; my second go on the pilot system, a take on NEIPA. Super stoked with how it came out. Big Boss would be proud.
Been wanting to tick this one for awhile and honestly kinda of disapointed. It's a pretty good beer, just not mind blowing. A lot of bourbon, some chocolate, slight maple finish. Smells kind of off too. Not sure how old it is. I prefer Wood Burner and Champion Ground as far as Jackie O's BA beers go
Awesome post! Growing up in Chicago under the stacks of the steel mills, this really resonates with me. What a great idea preserving the historic structures and turning the place in to a concert venue. Sadly enough nothing remains of the mills in Chicago that produced the steel for many of the buildings and bridges in our country.
Cant believe it took me a week to get into this...so damn good.
Shhhhhhhhh, don't tell anyone. This actually tastes better than it did when I bought it the first week of May, IMHO.
A bit of a founders theme and a night of last bottles here ba. I really enjoy kbs but this is probably my favorite founders release by far. I always try to buy enough to last until the next release but never seem to make it. 9/30/15,
Last one of these. Hope I can find some more on the shelves this weekend.