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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DerrickW, Mar 6, 2013.
Mmmm...Scotch and beer before 6:00am PST.
Cigar City Capricho Oscuro - Cognac and Brandy Barrel-Aged American Strong Ale
Thanks Matt! #LNBA4Life
I don't know what year this is or how long I've had it but it is drinking great on this cold Mississippi mornig, can't wait to get to Florida for Hunahpu Day this weekend.
Poor mans KBS
From last night's tasting.
FSW Pale 31
Rye Da tiger
Mission St 2013 Anny
Sierra 30 Black Barleywine (really wild)
Lunch is here again and popped open this oldie but goodie:
Goose Island has officially arrived in Texas. Can't wait for the big GI beers to get here + Founders next month :-)
Broke these in last night proper !
Welcome to Virginia Mr. Pt5, you picked a great day to arrive...
Something nice and easy drinking before work later on.
Cheers ladies and gentlemen!
My first taste of Thumbprint Enigma. Very unusual and delicious.
Alvinne Gaspar. Unlike any Belgian beer I have met.
Hop Manna. I am becoming a fan of Shmaltz.
How was the Mission St? I grabbed one from Trader Joe's. Figured it couldn't be that bad for like $3!
My lunch...SN Pale Ale with Totino's pizza rolls. 36 years old and still loving them. Mmm mmm. Cheers!
Lagunitas sucks, and a Enjoy by from stone, will cleaning too excited ( I can only assume because I have some awesome beers) puppyies!
Didn't find this the ultimate garlic feast by any means, but it does seem to have some odd dank earthy quality with the garlic compared to most tripels.
Jessenhofke - Belgian Garlic Triple by imbibehour, on Flickr
wychwood brewery(witney, oxfordshire uk)wychcraft....from a polish zywiec glass from krakow
A nice little flower that has some power! Cheers to your friends who bless you with beer!
Enjoy By 4/1/13.
Lunch at When Pigs Fly. A fantastic place to eat and drink (unsolicited advertisement).
Brooklyn Dry Irish Stout...
Ehhh. Nothing spectacular. Not bad though.
Get the sweetbreads!
Schlais cracked one of these bad boys last night!
We also had Kuhnhenn BB4D, BA Blackout, and Speedway Kopi Luwak as well. All super tasty brews!
pretty solid afternoon at work today. stocking some beer (got in a couple new ones I'll be trying later), listening to some Tigers baseball, and sipping on this:
Big hype, big flavor!
Spring is officially here.. one of my faves.. drinkin great.. cheers!
Peking duck and a 2011 beast grand cru. Works extremely well together.
Surly Pentagram - American Wild Ale
Another fine brew brought to me by LNBA. Thanks Kyle! #LNBA4Life
BBQ tofu and salad....then moved onto pizza with bell peppers and onions. Pretty good smoked beer.
Relaxing with some Hill Farmstead Society & Solitude #6 and Game of Thrones...
It is time....Thanks to a great friend, and a Beer Advocate for the ages, that I am able to try it!
FIST PUMP TO JZEILINGER!
Starting with and what's to follow.
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale 2012. Still drinking really well!
La Fin Du Monde. Getting my mind blown.
Just as a question, is it normal for this beer to not have much of a head/lacing? I know these beers are usually famed for the big pillowy heads. I gave it a pretty vigorous pour, but the head faded pretty quickly. It tastes fine, but I was surprised to see the head dwindle so quickly.
more beer to stock...calls for another beer
found this tucked away in the back of the cooler. bottled ~3 and a half months ago. I can see why Founders is switching this to a more limited release, the rye notes are pretty muted. Still not a half bad brew though!