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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ubenumber2, Mar 26, 2013.
1 week old, so good. Got a 12 oz FW Double Jack up next and then thats probly it for me tonite.
Just finished a Monkeynaut can by Straight to Ale and now enjoying a Big Bison Ale.
Can't go wrong with some sucks.
impressive brew right there. my mikkeller 10 ipa in mikkeller wine glass is going to take a distant runner up to you this evening...
Four Peaks Kilt Lifter Scotch Ale for 2nd beer at the ballpark. And Darrel Evans let my son and me try on his 1984 World Series ring! One of my favorite Tigers is even favoriter now. (Pardon the neologism.)
It's good. Very good and oaky. Surprisingly, didn't blow me away. I suppose it's just the sky high expectations one has for CS. Can't knock anything from Mikkeller.
Zoe in the late afternoon. Quite tasty even at 8 weeks. Looking forward to a fresh batch of Lunch coming out this way.
Enjoying one of these
Very sessionable! Great innovative idea too!
Love this stuff
Good, but I had higher expectations for such an expensive bottle!
Today is one of those days where I can't drink but really, really want to. And the one beer I am craving most of all, an Odell IPA. You lucky SOB, I am jealous.
Russian River T25, cheers.
Our first ever Firestone Walker. New store, old bottle. Okay considering it's almost 5 months old.
First Sucks. We dug it! Ooooh, shoulda boughta a case.
An imperial brown? Oookay. This is great! Ooooh, shoulda boughta case.
Congrats, dude! Enjoy the Sweat!
I bought another bottle of
Unwinding after dinner with a DFH Chicory Stout. Cheers!
L'chaim tonight it's He'brew the chosen beer Messiah Nut Brown Ale. I figure I had to give it a shot at some point. This was there 15th anniversary, I already tried a bomber of the 16th Jewbelation & a 4 pack of Lenny Bruce they were awesome this one m'eh. ~ Shalom~
Listening to Joe Walsh - Look What I Did
Ah yes, that hits the spot. Gearing up for some hockey soon
Bitter sweet as it is my last.
Tired Hands Mago Tago with a 3-cheese panini. Pretty much in heaven right now. I never want to leave this place.
I don't see a lot of their beers, but do enjoy the 113 from time to time. I like how it's mostly English style with a bit of an American twist on it- it doesn't seem to get a lot of love on here, though.
So- what's the deal with that one? What style are they going for?
Starting with a Sucks with dinner.
Copying unclejazz....a deliciously complex beer; pic's a little fuzzy
I just had my parents bring me a six pack of Jai Alai from Florida, how do you keep the yeast in the bottom of the can from getting in your glass? (So much easier in a bottle)
This is a tasty Pale Ale with a touch of Rye. Same yeast as Two Hearted. Much better than their regular PA.
Fat Head's Head Hunter
They're calling it a IIPA, but there really isn't any pleasant characteristics from the hops. Some cat pee,biscuity aroma, slightly medicinal qualities to it. Very odd. Well within best by date too.
The Sucks didn't make it all the way thru dinner. Now on to Nugget Nectar.
Society & Solitude #6
It's so DAMN good! I can't believe I'm trading 2 of the 4 growlers away... I can't do it, can't give these up!
Sly Fox used to to have their IPA Project, in which Brian brewed a different single hop IPA each month. Then for their anniversary party, Odyssey was the IPA brewed with all the hop varieties used that year. That's the history, but I don't know how the beer is conceived any more.
Sickness, sickness, go away! Jeeper needs an IPA!!! Have fun everybody. Hope to be drinkin' with y'all real soon! Cheers!
Got a homebrew Pale Wheat Ale with Centennial and Riwaka hops. Probably my Roggenbier next.
Arcadia - Cereal Killer Special Edition Cellar Aged 3 Years
Dylan can do no wrong.
Too bad about that, they definitely make some good stuff, but thanks for the heads-up.
Finally decided to pry the lid off of this one tonight. I don't really get a lot of the barrel out of this one, that aside though, this is a solid stout.