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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by superspak, Feb 9, 2019.
I feel embarrassed that you have tried that before I did. How is it?
Visiting friends and brought a few new beers to try. First up is a Gueuze from Timmermans. Cheers!
Last night, Parish Brewing Ghost in the Machine New England IPA - had drinks with my wife after a dance show. Entertaining show, nice beer, great lady!
That's a fine looking pizza, enjoy
Sounds like either a great time, or some sort of suicide pact...
Nice glass, man!
More DDH Double Space Boots. One of More’s best IPA’s. Soft, creamy, bursting with Galaxy.
Maybe I should send you a grocery list for 3 Floyds, and have you drive up to my place for a viewing.
Next up is a German bock aged in Tennessee whiskey barrrels - quite interesting. Cheers!
Happy Saturday! Continuing with “Schitt’s Creek” in the Marley1 house.
You are my hero. I can barely drink an IPA after a half-marathon's length (did 13.5 this morn, and training for a hilly trail race half in 3 weeks). Can't imagine having such a big and special beer after 22! Good luck on your race.
I'll be trying my first full in July.
Red Eye November / Jam The Radar / Darkstar November
Sad day. Last beer from a great box sent by @CanConPhilly .
Double Milkshake Cacoa Hazlenut Tangerine IPA brewed by Tired Hands.
We call ours Mrs. Secret Squirrel. She likes to listen to the baseball games with us.
Try wearing Yankees gear at Fenway, people can really be assholes and not guilt afterward.
Back home from a day trip to Boston, with a nice stop
at Armsby Abbey,
Now enjoying this fine Tripel from Big Elm Brewing
DFH 60 min. I love it when people gift me beer.
This time next week I hope to be enjoying beer at Revolution brew pub while chowing down.
Pizza run, and our favorite joint is around the corner from my watering hole...coincidence? On tap, Modern Times’ “Orderville” a hazy IPA with Mosaic:
Good beer. Im not here if anybody asks...
Please tell me you are an Indians fan. If so, I am sure Mrs. Secret Squirrel loves Harry Doyle as much as we do here in Wisconsin.
For dinner - Angus cheeseburger with chili oil roasted fries and jalapeno ketchup. Centennial IPA is the perfect pairing. Sated now and ready for a few beers this evening.
Here's a couple tunes by an old Worcester Ma. band named Orpheus, circa 1968. Their big hit was Can't Find The Time, but I always liked the B side, Lesley's World. They were part of the "Bosstown Sound".
Beer #8. One more thanks to @woemad ’s generous (2nd) BIF box.
Thanks! Sounds like a good one, too. I'm guessing that it's still a brewery-only release? I did search Beermenus a few times, but with no luck.
Needed to take a walk to "clear my head" because it was too sore from banging. Not sure what this is called
Gonna run for president with this as my theme song. Who's in?
Ok, I wore a Ryan Braun jersey to the Boston Bruins championship parade in 2011, when I was in town for the Milwaukee Brewers series. I had more threats of violence per minute than there are seconds in a minute.
Very nice dark wheat. Nice fluffy head retention/spotty lacing. Flavors of big dark chocolate, cocoa, coffee, caramel, brown sugar, toffee, banana, bubblegum, clove, peppercorn, pear, apricot, red apple, roasted nuts, and toasted dark bread; with lighter notes of smoke, char, herbal, floral, woody, grassy hops, and yeast earthiness. Similar/muted aromas. Light-moderate herbal, floral, woody, grassy, roast, char bitterness; and peppery yeast spiciness on the finish. High carbonation, medium body, and fairly crisp finishing. Creamy/bready/grainy wheat, some sticky hops, and chalky roast in the mouthfeel. Light-moderate increasing bitter/spicy/carbonated dryness; no acrid/astringency. Very smooth, minimal warrming 6.7%. Really unique stuff. Kind of like a hybrid of American Porter and Dunkelweizen. Really enjoyable. 3.88
Even better than the 4th of July.
Treehouse Treat. Cheers
A Citra-hopped West Coast-style IPA?
Yes, please. This is really well done, IMHO.
Apparently the brewery down the street from me did a collab with them but, I need to go out there to buy it. What bullshit though it is only like an hour. Hmmm
Cats+Amon Amarth? Marry me? Also fuck should I see SOAD if price is right? I think it's outdoors like next month
At Slack Tide Brewing in Cape May County, NJ. I'm having Livewell, a 6.7% American IPA, on the left. Mrs. Mac is going lite with a small pour of The Ridge, a New England IPA. They recently canned it so I'll be having some later tonight.
Followed up by Morning Bite, a really well-crafted Imperial Stout (11%) with tons of fresh coffee and rich, dark chocolate. A really first rate offering that I first had almost a year ago to the day. Cheers, BAs!
Bringing some Galaxy hops into my life tonight.
This emotional piece of beer-art has been commissioned for @Troutbeerbum, @Danmullens1, and @scream.