Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Shanex, Jan 20, 2019.
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Schlafly coffee stout with some homemade cherry cheesecake
Late start for me today. I really don't have great rooting interest in these games today but dreaming of one day when J-E-T-S are again fighting for super bowl bid. In the meantime enjoying a stout from Trillium. Cheers
SMASH lager at Southerleigh to go with some oysters. Very nice lager that flirts the lines being an IPL.
Great beer. I want to move to Framingham and work at Jack’s Abby. I’ll do it for free, just give me beer.
@beergorrilla, I did indeed have a brutal leg workout today. This beer hits the spot right now, as I probably will not move off of the couch much today.
Up next for me is a NOLA Syncopation. Nice and tropically bitter IPA. Would like to have gotten this fresher, but still really good.
This is better with some age. Still tastes like rum and coke to me.
I'm on a different level right now. Cheat codes are required to ascend here. Peace to my man, @RaulMondesi. Thanks for the bail money, homey!
This girl is super talented.
Hello Ba ... Decided it's time for a beer. I really miss the old label for this beer. Cheers !
Onto some hops before I divert back into coffee and malts. Sharing notes over in NBS.
Oskar Blue's Can-O-Bliss.
18th Street Sinister Double IPA
@GreenBayBA this video a reminder of what leg day can do to your opponents
I think so. Really well constructed offering.
I really want to try this beer. The can presentation and appearance of the beer just look so appealing
Greetings fellow BA's! First beer of the day after snow blowing the driveway and then making two passes with the shovel to get rid of the sleet. At least we didn't get the freezing rain they were talking about and I don't see it happening - the radar looks like the storm is pretty much outa here.
I gotta say, the Doors are one of my all time favorite bands. Nobody to this day has ever sounded like the Doors. I was obsessed with Light My Fire when it first came out - lol, my dad used to call it my "passion song". I listened to that tune over and over and copied all of the keyboard solos and guitar solos (long version) on my guitar. I still know them note for note to this day.
Back then you only had the record player so you would have to listen to small sections of the song at a time by constantly lifting the needle and moving it back to the beginning of the phrase you were trying to learn. The Doors were a really unique combination of talent, Robbie Krieger was a flamenco player before getting into the electric guitar. Ray Manzarek was a classically trained pianist. Riders on The Storm is one of my all time favorite Doors tune, love the bass line in that song and the understated guitar and keyboard tracks.