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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by 911CROFT, Apr 12, 2017.
Coffee (& Vanilla) to start the day. Omnipollo: Selassie
Morning folks, a whalez, as per the BA saying. Ballast point has come my way today... Habanero Sculpin.. Cheers!
Three Magnets • Art Chantry’s Imperial Bitter Ale
Happy Hump Day!
Today would have been my father's 75th birthday. Raising a great Chicagoan in honor of another great Chicagoan. Cheers, Dad.
I swear, I hadn't heard this song in years, and the day we were driving to his wake, it came on the radio. I had to chuckle. Thankfully I had a better relationship with him than the person in the song had with his.
Lagunitas Pils, feels good since that ballast point brew was kinda hot eh... I could have done without the pepper extra
Plans for today this afternoon have been rained off. Might as well crack another beer.
Maisel & Friends: Jeff's Bavarian Ale
Frost Hop Export-Style lager. It's from a great series (sampler pack, actually) of beers recently released by August Schell. Cheers!
Good morning, BAs! There's nothing like starting your day with 32oz of a 9% DIPA.
Cycle's Sharrow DIPA.
Good Morning BA
Another Trader Joe's selection with breakfast
After comparing labels with the Czech lager from last night, this beer uses imported pils malt. The Czech lager uses noble hops. The Bohemian is less bitter 18 IBU vs. 32 IBU. You get to pick the star of your own show, malt or hops.
Drink well Advocates
IPA for breakfast is a wonderful way to give a kickstart to a wonderful day with a zig and a zag and a zip and a zing drinking hops for your breakfast's a wonderful thing. Rare out of area hoppy pale for me. Tasty for sure! Cheers!
I came over to have breakfast with you all. I made a cake and I ate said cake. Let's diet next week. Today is hoagie day. Cheers everyone!
Contemplating yard work while I drink this Scotch Ale.
My wife wants to have lunch at The Portsmouth Brewery. Great Idea!
Drinking a Troegs First Cut-
And listening to NOFX; I'm only being slightly hyperbolic when I say that Fat Mike is punk rock's Bob Dylan.
Damn now i want cake on this beautiful day
Morning, BAs! A nice fresh Lieutenant Dank with lunch.
Another Troegs beer-
Listening to something quiet now-
Working around the house today. I did my review first so you get the second pour pic.
I rarely buy bombers, but this was closed out for $3.99 and I will reuse the bottle for home brew. It was better than I expected as a bonus. Drink well Advocates
New beer to me. Freeride, a west coast IPA from Italy. Wonderful hoppy bitterness.
I was about to ask about the pepper
Boulevard - Scotch On Scotch.. cheers!
A Tall Knee Deep Lulupin River, no more work today. Besides being attractive, your wife is a keeper with suggesting Portsmouth Brewery today @lordofthewiens . Lucky man! Cheers
Throwing some juice back then on the hunt for some more juice then the graveyard shift at work so no cake for me today @utopiajane
Ripping lunch . . .
Opening this freshly canned brew releases a rich, juicy hop aroma from an arm's length away. I detect grapefruit, pine, and a rounded tropical fruit essence. Solid malt in the background.
Taste is hop forward with emphasis on the grapefruit/pine noticed in the aroma. Lots of hoppy goodness going on with plenty of malt carrying the hops along. Complex flavors well integrated, malt and hops announcing together on entry and going forth through the finish then lingering in the aftertaste. I didn't want to stand up and salute but did sit up and take notice.
Beer pre lunch at Renalda Gardens (Wake Forest):
Flesh and blood ipa dogfish
Terrapin T-Time Berlinner-Weisse
That's definitely one of my favorite pluot brews
A tall Clown Shoes Space Cake.
[Lurking. Backache = painkillers = no beer today. Also tooth procedure today. Ugh. F this. Keep on keepin' on... will admire from distance. CHEERS!] *now back to your normal programming*
Bit closer to home now with this Gulden Draak brewmasters edition, while doing some cooking.
I was looking everywhere for this beer last year. Now it's almost everywhere. Ofcourse, a once a year production. I understand now. But this once a year production must be an enormous batch.
One last beer before the hunt
This is me when i see a new juicy ipa i get this feeling...
It's my day off, so why not have a beer on the deck with lunch?
Enjoying this very special ale on a sunny blue sky day after tending to life's details. Ahh, patio time!
Sounds like a great plan!
Get well and hurry back! No pun intended.
Dayslayer, India pale lager collaboration between Stone and Maine Beer Company featuring Perle, Saphir, Aramis, Amarillo, and Motueka hops... As per the category, this is basically an IPA brewed like a lager, and carrying a 7.5% abv. You get all the richness and warmth of an ale, but with the smoothness and drinkability of a lager. Aromas of pale fruit equaled by fresh grain impressions. Cracker and biscuit tasting notes are complimented by something like fruit jam, perhaps 'lite' marmalade and honey... More sweet than dry, but the sugars are held in check. Smooth and soft, amply carbonated, and quick-drinking...
A nice beer, and I'd expect nothing less from Stone and MBC...
Not sure what makes this "metal" but I'll go with it...
Do you have what it takes to survive 80's metal?