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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Shanex, Sep 12, 2018.
Voodoo Ranger - Cheers !
Double Blueberry Cobbler Dreams from Burley Oak
Pipe Dream a coffee/Chocolate infused DIPA. Nice and different.
Freshie wet-hopped IPA from Free Will
Another winner. Cheers peoples ! !
Hey hump day peeps
Taking a tumbler for the worst....what a shitty couple of work days - got tire tracks all over me from getting thrown under the bus by an a-hole co-worker....cannot wait to retire!!
Another day in the 90s.
Another round of golf.
I could get used to this.
The nose and taste or the actual fruits? Gotta ask these days.
The last of the stash until this years release.
aka Russian Imperial Stout.
Cheers from the woods!
D9 Head of the Horseman Imperial Pumpkin Spiced Ale... boozy and kinda bland. Not feelin it dawg...
Welcome to the serenity of retirement.
Don't have a pic to share, but enjoying a Fosters Premium Ale to 'celebrate' a successful evacuation from my home and safely arriving at my destination inland for riding out Florence.
Hoping my home will be standing when I get back...
Taking a break between working on the basement and making dinner with some SNPA.
Bbqing with this glorious bastard. A nice mix of rye malt and a nice dryness. Like drinking pumpernickel bread. Prost.
Delicious citra hopped DIPA that really needs no introduction!
Dirt Nap 3. A DIPA brewed by Veil.
Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike, Mike
Been a while since I’ve had a Foreign Objects beer. This is their 4.2% hoppy ale, Future Sight. I’ve never had such a light beer from FO and they’ve done it well. Piney and lemony bitterness with sweeter notes of peach ring candy. Finish is long with dry grapefruit pith. A quality sometimes lacking from such a beer, this ale has a nice malt profile on the finish as well. No hop water here.
On the hump apex of hump day itself, minor break to read an NSF grant proposal before evening academic events have to be attended to. Blurgh. At least I have some Ursula Via Chicago pale ale to break this heat. 90? Ugh.
I was hoping Mazama, Green Magic Fresh Hop Pale Ale was gonna be better than it's ratings imply. It's not. Cheers anyhow.
Long day, Preparing dinner with fresh
Difference and Repetition from our dear friends at
My "retirement" is anything but serene. My kids (1 and 4) make sure of that.
Can't wait to go back to work...
I'm going to miss this one once it's gone. Got one more in the fridge.
Cheers ! ! !
Hit up Brain Dead Brewing in Deep Ellum today, burgers and a few beers.
They had 29 of their own beers on tap.
Cervesa Oscura (Mexican Dark lager)
Frog IPA (100% Simcoe)...very nice!
For the first time ever I’m having a Modern Times Orderville hazy mosaic ipa. 7.2% abv and very well done San Diego!
This one is brewed by Center of the Universe in Ashland, VA. Another great brewery within the Richnond area.
Time to change things up. Scratch that, it's fresh hop season. That would be stupid. Time for an Eliot side by side throwdown, @cjgiant style. (Eliot canned 8-6. Fresh Hop Eliot canned 9-7.)
Eliot pours along the lines of light orange and relatively clear while Fresh Hop Eliot seems a little lighter yellow and much cloudier with a much bigger white fluff of a head.
Eliot has a sugary and tangerine forward aroma. FH Eliot is much more weedy and even a little vegetal along with a less pronounced citrus. Both have notes of wet pine in the finish.
Along with the aroma, Eliot has a a strong citrus presence along with a sweet and simple sugary graininess. FH Eliot has a bit of an oniony bite to it and much brighter notes of weed.
Eliot is well balanced and has a finish that escalates to a very high sense of dryness with a mild bitterness. FH Eliot is smoother with a sticky finish and a slightly heavier bitterness which is just perfect.
Fresh Hop Eliot wins in every field, which I was not expecting. And I'm a fan of regular Eliot, so I'm pretty happy right now. Im sure the month of canned date difference plays a factor here, but I'm not sure how much. Cheers!
Weyerbacher finally legal on a rainy dreary NJ day
Actually pretty good. Tastes kinda wheat-ish.
inb4 you look coors light
One of Barrier’s original IPAs, their rye IPA, and it is damn tasty. A little dank, a lotta rye. Very good, I could drink this in about a minute.
Had this roughly forty years ago when I was overseas. Saw it and had to revisit. Not the worst beer but the single I bought will probably be the last time.
Long work day — time for a few beers.
Warsteiner — Dunkel
I'm having this beer from a brewery I'd never heard of. "This Is Not A Pils"
It's not not a pilsner, either, though
Please tell me that I did not post three beers on the same page. Time to leave.
Toof Ache an IPA brewed by Veil.
Continuing my tour of the "W" festbier.