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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by heysuz, Jul 9, 2016.
Brought a few of my favorite things to the flow & vibe of this
unending virtual bar.
A forgotten Pannepot rescued from the ultimately unforgiving dungeon.
Good carbonation but with slight prune notes coming through, although
One might believe that I am drinking a Karmeliet based upon the glassware....au contrare....I am drinking a La Trappe Tripel on draft (they took the liberty of using the glassware at my request to which the response was "great! we don't get much use out of that particular glass"
About the only US beer that I've had on here due to cost/sourcing but it was a real beauty. The Xocoveza was also excellent, a real one off.
Time for some sexy choco!
Blue Mountain Brewery - Dark Hollow
What a great beer this was. Wish they were still around...
Great beer, great glass, great tunes, great post! Cheers!
That pizza looks great! Especially for California.
Sticking to the MT theme today. (Oh no...this seems eerily familiar. Founder's start yesterday followed by...?) ABORT! ABORT! Cheers!
Sierra Nevada Summerfest. This is one nice Pilsner.
Certainly not for a crowd but noteworthy.
HAHA! I knew someone was gonna say that! It's not All salads, quinoa burgers, and charbroiled chicken on this coast!
I don't mind the big pictures. I think they're kind of cool, actually, but it does seem like the text is smaller and harder to read everywhere on the website. Then again, it's Saturday afternoon and I have no obligations today, and I have a fridge full of Dirt Wolf, Sucks, and Hop Devil, so complaining seems inappropriate. Cheers everybody.
Not Bad At All.
London Velvet | Thomas Hardy Burtonwood Limited
Breakfast, then Brunch...can't wait for lunch.
What's up BAs?! It's been a pretty tough week, but I made it and have some lovely beers to enjoy tonight. Starting with this local brew whilst I plan my long weekend in Edinburgh - flying up there on Thursday. Will get to see first hand if the Scots make any nice Scotch Ales.
Had lunch at the Hamilton in Charlottesville, VA. The beer is Bar Hopper IPA brewed by the South Street Brewery.
Salmon in a leek sauce.
Now you're gonna send me reaching for the vinyl ...
Drinking an Excel My Hoppy Valentine. This small town Illinois brewery in Illinois getting better. They are known for making their classic soda Ski.
Tribute to the great tony Gwynn. At alesmith drinking .394 pale ale. Cheers
I thought about pulling out my vinyl as well but I am in a good mood and I'd like it to stay that way.
One of NH best, if not our finest offering.
SN Kellerweis at the source in NC! Spectacular place.
Passed this up a couple times. How is it??
Frost Brew Works Lush DIPA:
Happy birthday, brother! Have a good day!
Where are your usual mountain bike spots?
I will be hitting that brewery later tonight. First stop is the Three Notch'd Brewery. I had a BarHopper for lunch. Gonna try the Hop Grove IPA. Hope it is good as it sounds.
Two regular bourbon counties, both infected ( 10/22 15) on to some fresh snaggletooth from solemn oath https://imgur.com/a/1mqdH
First time having Lux from the new BB place, flavors seem a little bit brighter and the beer a little hazier (like it needed that). One of my favorite brews though, that mosaic and rye combo is tasty.
Working my way through the latest Devil's Backbone Adventure Pack. This was not my favorite of the bunch...
pFriem • 2015 Flanders Blonde
Hello, BA's. The heat has broken in North Jersey. It's cool and misty so I'm enjoying some heavier beers this afternoon. I hadn't heard much about Lagunitas' Lucky 13. It's a malty red ale with some fruit, caramel, and a biting, hoppy finish. It's quite good. It would make an excellent Autumn beer. It was a limited release and I don't know if I'll see it again but am glad to have tried it.
I don't know why but this tune's been on my mind all day.
I love barleywines. Especially local ones.
This ones like drinking liquid candy.
Nice brew on a more cooler, cloudy day.