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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by jaydoc, Jul 26, 2016.
Cheers ladies & gentlemen. Alchemist The Crusher.
Good morning! Southern Tier Harvest. This one is as fresh as it gets. it's an Extra Special/ Extra Strong Bitter. pours clear and orange with a tan head that lasted well. Effervescing. Citrus y crisp orange peel. Fresh tangy spice and twigs. Biscuity malt. Smooth and long. Nice and creamy but with a mellow but very deep toastiness. silky hops give chic citrusy flavor. Bubbly. Bitter finish to linger firm and to show off a little. The hops never take the middle as fresh they are. So succulent and the beer finishes malty. Gently with tall sweet grasses that are juicy with stems that have a somwhat bitter and sticky sap. Fresh soft herbal. Light peppery bitterness as the toasty malt finishes round. Exemplary.
Good morning BAs! Maria, I'll join you for Brit-style breakfast beer:
Very good! Think I'll pass on the rest of the breakfast - blood sausage, baked beans, cooked tomatoes - although I could use some lamb or venison sausages and some Weetabix.
So I don't like order picking! but being English in Quebec sometimes doesn't leave you with many options... So I always try to show my supervisors that I can think my way through things so I get the better (less physically demanding) jobs lol. Last night my boss decided to switch people around so everyone can do everything, I understand but am not happy about it, oh well. So I went back and picked 1120 boxes in 6 hours (8 hour shift minus breaks and shift meetings) I'm feeling pretty accomplished. So sorry for the long bit about the job but it's getting to my point of why I am having this well deserved beer today, It is my first time trying it do to lack of availability in Canada! Lagunitas IPA! Cheers!
This song sums up my feelings right about now!
Fall beers arriving in July, ha-ha! Awesome stuff, though!
6.5% alcohol. 69 IBU. Introduced in 2015. Brewed in Mississippi.
De Molen Vuur & Vlam
Good morning. Something new to start the day - Bell's 'The Oracle' a DIPA ringing in at 10%
Strong hoppy nose and powerful bitter from start to long linger. Citrus peel with semi sweet caramel malt below the surface. The alcohol leaves a bit of solvency in my mouth. Otherwise medium lite body and dry, with a little resin residue. Bitter lemon rind aftertaste. A strong DIPA, but too bitter for me. Cheers!
Bitburger Pils - Awesome beer on tap, in Germany.
We hosted a party yesterday (It was a cooking swirl starting at 6 AM and did not post), so today starts off slow and easy. We have some beer left in the cooler and beer fridge. Sorry we are not all closer.
Sierra Nevada - Torpedo, a fresh, piney bump!
De Molen Vuur & Vlam (Fire & Flame).
I got a care package from Colorado yesterday.
Trillium tasting (last night).
Didn't have any wifi while tasting, so I was unable to post a pic of these delicious beers. Huge thumbs up to @qcbrewer for sharing!!!
Fort Collins Shot Down Chocolate Stout (12oz can).. cheers!
Hop & Love.
De Molen is a local beer where I live. This one is even on sale in the supermarket. Lucky me
Good morning friends!
Vacationland venture a few days for me!! This is in small coastal town of Sorrento, across the Frenchman Bay from Acadia notional park and Cadillac mountain.
The day is already midway but things go a tad slower here. Thus prompting me to enjoy this stout right now.
Just finished some yard work, time for a cool down
Why, yes, I got bored and busted my ass in the sun for a few hours doing yard work. The sun was blazing, the sweat was pouring... It was pure pandemonium.
If Dee Dee Ramone had a beer...
Still don't know what to think of these fuit/kriek, sour beers.
The Brown Ales are underappreciated thread go me to thinking so I picked up a 6 pack of Brooklyn Brown Ale. Excellent brew I'll have to remember to buy it more often.
I love vacation. And beer. Been saving this last one for this appropriate time. Cheers all!
Golden Nugget IPA
Have a good one.....
Got the last pour of parabola from a keg during lunch, and free since it only poured about 3.5 oz.
First time on draft. Holy cow, what a beer.
De Molen Hamer & Sikkel
Good afternoon, all! I'm drinking this and you're not: Dogs on Skis, a black IPA from Millstream (Amana, IA). Big flavors of dark cocoa and burnt coffee from the roasted malts, nice bit of pine resin and bitterness from the hops. My first impressions of this were confirmed, and then some. This is one outstanding brew!
Home from another NC trip with another NC beer stash. Here's one now:
Lunch time with my go to:
The first up today...Left Hand's Extrovert IPA (4.06).
Here's a tune.
Drinking a few American craft beer classics today. First up, Anchor Steam Beer.