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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by zac16125, Apr 10, 2013.
Seemed appropriate given the weather here:
Great Lakes Rye of the Tiger! And my home-brewed Rye IPA for comparison sake. Both very good.
Hour drive to the brewery from me, always freshies on the shelf here. Let me know I will gladly sail some your way if you are ISO. One of my faves for sure.
"Ye shall know the Bastard, and the Bastard shall set you free"
Stopped by fellow BA Bretthead's house and was generously greeted with these awesome beers thanks man awesome tasting
Summerfest its that time of year.
Unfortunately, I'm now down to just one more of these.
Killing two birds with this photo:
Since the post on page one I've had quite the time relistening to this...erps. sideways . Will not fix.....
Dogfish Head Sixty-One, this stuff is pretty gross, glad I only bought a single.
Man, thanks for the warning. Looks gross too.
First time having this, and it is awesome! Very hoppy, but not overwhelming.
Nice hotel glassware. I'm traveling and could not hold on giving this a try for the first time.
I gave it a shot because I like red wine and I like IPAs but this stuff is feels like it should come in a juice box, it's overly sweet and fruity with just a tiny bit of hop bitterness in the finish . At least they put it in 12ozers and I could get a single, I would be pissed if I paid like $10-15 for a bomber of this.
That's what we in the Ghetto refer to as ballin on a budget
Having a one-year-old bottle of this and it is divine...
Still a damn good beer
Sitting on the porch having a 2006 Ramon Allones Specially Selected and finishing up the last of Enjoy By 4.01.13
Good evening, BA's!
PS - Making room for 5.17.13 in the coming week
and listening to this.
Homebrewed Vanilla Irish Dry Stout... keg is almost kicked. This will definitely will be a rebrew.
so many good IPA's brought into AZ. Fresh Sculpin, July expiration.
One of my favorite IPA's as well. Thanks for the offer, but we get Flower power pretty regularly here in Jersey.
Nice avatar by the way.
Time for a German Hefeweizen, cheers!
Wake-n-Bake looks very sexy in this glass!
A great beer to revisit. Cheers!
Love how forward the coffee is on this.
It's a sour night for me: kicked things off with a 2012 Cantillon Kriek, followed by a 2011 Weyerbacher Riserva. Who knows what's next. Cheers!
Tossed in some fresh loquats from the tree for some sour beer sangria.
I picked this Alice in Chains Music Bank up today at my local coffee shop! Awesome!
Drankin' some Double Crooked Tree thanks to yamar68. Pretty good stuff.
Double the hops!
Double the lyrics! Ridic
After all the debates thought I would five this a shot. Damn good.
We do have a great selection of beers here in Southern Jersey but I have noticed that freshness suffers because we do not get the product as quickly as you would expect.
Sipping on a can of Triangle IPA from down in Durham, NC. It's weirdly undercarbonated, though. Still tastes alright (if a bit muted, as far as hops go), but really quiet.
Aaaaaaaand now I need to do a shitload of writing.
No pictures right now because we're in the middle of a BCBS tasting (will back my words up later on with a picture)... 2009 BCBS, BC Coffee, BC Cherry Rye, and BC Vanilla. Started the evening killing a growler of Abner, Society & Solitude #1, and a bottle of City Beer/The Bruery - The Wanderer (an AMAZING sour beer), and Surly Darkness.
Doing this with DaveHack, Millerbuffoon, and Knapp85. Fist pump!
Drinking while waiting for a friend to pick me up to go drinking.. #drunkashell