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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Shanex, Oct 11, 2017.
The Danish Carlsberg. It's good.
Cheers and happy hump days BAs!
Drinking Estrella Damm
Hump day, we got this! Cheers
American Solera • Foederville
Sight seeing today. Lunch beer, Cruzecampo Lager, with fresh mussels to start:
Followed by tappas portions of beef stew, and garbanzos con espinacas, and a second beer:
Cheers from Cadiz, Spain!
A little morning juice at the hotel....
BOSS TWEED - OLD NATION
Good morning BAs! Today should be the end of this year's outside projects, other than the usual lawn maintenance stuff. With a little luck, I'll finish wiring my son's outdoor hut tube today. Today's New Breakfast Beer:
A pleasant rye beer.
Drinking Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
Two Roads Two Juicy. 8.2% DIPA
Ive been chasing this one a while. Packaged Sep. 17. Theres a TON of guayaba. Not guava but the tiny cream colored ones with the sticky edible skin. It does not hide the alcohol too well. Tiny prickly carbonation does a good job though, to cut through the resinous body. It is somewhat thin for the style. Glad i finally found it but for the price, ill pass next time, after i finish these off.
Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock. This must be the darkest bockbier I’ve ever seen. Most tasteful too.
Been walking around the city most of the morning so time to cool off and grab one.
And now KCBC IPA and then some more roaming around.
Sunny and 45° at 10am in NE Wyo.
Have a good one!
It was in the fridge . . .
Clear amber gold color with white cap and good lacing.
A zingy, spicy hop aroma backed up by sweet malt.
Flavor on entry is hops first and in an Alfred Hitchcock type plot twist this Pale Ale is hoppier with a sharper, deeper hop flavor than the sibling IPA of the same series. Curiouser and curiouser, but there it is. This is a lighter style of hopping favoring spicy floral over the familiar pine herbal often found in an IPA. Also a caramel malt flavor that deepens as we approach the finish with hops making a final flourish in the aftertaste.
Gifted from a friend at work -
A cool and drizzly day calls for a seasonal favorite that I picked up yesterday.
There's a lot of dark roast coffee going on this year and I'm fine with that. Cheers to the midweek!
Whiner Beer Co. - Le Tub Wild Farmhouse Ale (can).. cheers!
Cherry Chouffe, according to the clerck at the beer shop I visited today was their latest releashe. Props to Brasserie d'achouffe. Another treat from them...
Franziskaner Weissbier... Deutschland bier obviously.
Another 'breakfast' beer that I purchased yesterday from regional favorite Windmill.
It reminds me of a slightly creamier version of Xocoveza. Perhaps more in line with 18th's Bitches Bank? The maple is there as the stickiness can be felt in the droplets on the side of the can, but the rather heavy cinnamon dominates. It's a solid enough beer that could be special with some tweaking. On the pricey side at $19 for a 4 pack of pints, but worth splurging for. A great day of stouts!
Mikkeller All Other Pales Pale.
Happy Wednesday all, cheers!
Good Afternoon BA
This beer is fresh & tasting great.
Almost makes me want to sing...
Enjoy what's in your glass today BA!
Dank...fantastic! Not sure I'd grab it before a fresh Head Hunter, but still great...
Happy Wednesday BAs! Some lunchtime motivation to complete one of the messiest firewall config cleanups I've ever had to deal with.
Hopefully it didn't become messy because you had a big barleywine with that same pose a couple weeks ago
yuengling black and tan. not the best, not the worst. this shopping week it was $10/12pk.
Home now after a long day of driving and sight seeing:
First stop, Plaza de San Juan de Dios, the largest square in Cadiz. The statute is of an old politician/prime minister.
Cadiz is believed to be the most ancient city standing in Western Europe, founded by the Phoenicians in 1104 BC.
After lunch, a Cruzcampo Glacial (pale lager) in Cathedral Square:
On the drive back we stopped at one of the wind surfing hot spots, Tangana Beach, Tarifa. Wind surfers are the big sails, and the small sails in the sky are attached to kite boards:
There were hundreds of "surfers" on this super windy coastline of the Atlantic moving at great speed; sure looked like tons of fun!
Having a local brew for a nightcap
Second new beer on a Wednesday, wow. It helps that I didn't work today and the weather is absolutely incredible, 68 degrees and no wind.
Shoot me dead for not wanting to start a new forum, but this thread is good as any to get answers from experienced beer drinkers:
Has anyone tried aging Victory sour monkey? It's a great beer, one of the few easily accessible sours (in the Northeast) that has an abv high enough (9.5%) for me to want to try aging.
If you've aged one, please lemme know how it tasted afterwards. reply here or DM
Late lunch stop for some hand pulled noodles and curried lamb. Thanks to @TongoRad for the suggestion.
LIC Party Crasher in a dirty glass
Decadent toasted marshmallow DIPA.
Very interesting. I liked it but not sure it would be a staple.
I never pass on this beer when it's released. So damn good. Cheers, everyone!
where are you?