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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Dutchcraftbeergeek, May 15, 2019.
Excellent NEIPA. Fantastic lasting rocky head retention/thick foamy lacing. Aromas and flavors of big tangerine, orange juice, red grapefruit, lemon, lime, peach, pear, pineapple, apricot, passion fruit, papaya, mango, honeydew, watermelon, red apple, citrus peel/rind, wood, peppercorn, and pine hops; with moderate wheat, cracker, biscuit dough malts; and herbal, floral, grassy hop earthiness. Light-moderate pine, citrus peel/rind, herbal, floral, woody, grassy, peppery bitterness on the finish. Medium carbonation and medium-plus body; balanced creamy/silky/bready malts, sticky hops, and some resins/rinds in the mouthfeel. Lightly increasing lingering resin dryness; slight lingering hop astringency, but not overwhelming. Very smooth, nicely soft, not overly aggressive. Minimal warmth of 6.8%. Awesome El Dorado, Azacca, Calypo profile. Very juicy, vibrant, and fairly dank/earthy hops; with a great balancing wheat/oat/malt backbone. Minimal residual sweetness with lingering resin dryness. Well made style example. 4.03
Great, easy drinker BA's! Thanks for meeting up this past Sunday @scream & Ms. Scream, always a great joy to visit with you! Oh yeah, your son knows a thing or 2 about brewing great beer!
First one of these, WOW!! this is an excellent stout.
Time to rehearse and lay some rough demos..
I remember the first time I had the base variant of this beer, and I was blown away. This DDH is even cloudier than I remember subsequent iterations, but it's tasty as a MFer. Cheers!
When I start singing this one with the windows open, yes, my neighbors should be nervous.
Edmunds Oast Lord Proprietors Mild really hitting the spot tonight. I'm watching the Tour of California bicycle race stage from Laguna Seca to Morro Bay. Nice scenery and crazy racing. The race leader just snapped his chain!?
Happy Naked Day!
Her areolas are beautiful. Edit: My bad, that beer looks delicious. Cheers!
Recycled pic, but, Solid Gold.
This is a pretty nice drinker from Collective Arts after a LOOOOONG day in the salt mines.
Excellent witbier. Fantastic fluffy head retention/foamy lacing. Flavors of big lightly tart/tangy cherries, lemon, orange peel, coriander, peach, pear, melon, apricot, red apple, peppercorn, and light banana/clove/bubblegum yeast; with moderate wheat, cracker, white bread dough malts; lighter notes of herbal, floral, woody, grassy hops and yeast earthiness. Similar/muted aromas. Light herbal, floral, woody, grassy bitterness; peppery yeast spiciness; and cherry/wheat tang/tartness on the finish. Medium-high carbonation, medium body, and fairly crisp finishing. Very creamy/silky/grainy wheat, light sticky hops and cherry tang/acidity in the mouthfeel. Light-moderate increasing bitter/spicy/carbonated dryness. No cloying/astringency. Amazingly smooth, soft, and refreshing; no warmth of 5.8%. Awesome balance of classic Wit yeast, spices, and pale/wheat malts; with solid noble hops and cherry juice presence. Was expecting more cherries, but base style is spot on. 4.03
Let there be rock BA's! This Alpha doesn't play; quit school because of recess......Just one of many "Alpha" beers lugged home from WI. Cheers to a hump-day wrap-up everyone, enjoy what's in your glass.....
2009....these dudes (fu)kers) rocked.....
#2, this is courtesy of our friend @beerloserLI, and it is traveshamockery good. Wow am I digging this.
Upslope -- Rocky Mountain Kölsch
Keep them doggies rollin’.
Proclamation is making some good beer.
Mick Jagger posted this today. How old is this man? Is he actually older than me? I’ve got to catch my breath.
Loving having access to TG
Digging into some sushi in the presence of the King.
Out in the road again, back in charming Alexandria, VA. Some Shiner Bock while I wait for my "authentic Coney dogs." Let's see how that stack up to the ones back home in Detroit.
I have never tried that, but I have had their chili over rice and chili over spaghetti, pretty tasty and very reasonably priced. Enjoy!
ps- Rustico which carries a great draft list is a few streets north of there.
Wanted something with a bite that I could drink somewhat fast. This is it:
Glorious evening for a change ...
Out of the bottle in the yard with Snickers the cat. Back to work for a week tomorrow so I’ll be here less frequently.
Enjoying some Tired Hands Trendler Schwarzbier, cheers!
Perfect beer for golf.
Another from @The-Adjunct-Hippie. Outstanding German pils. Great fluffy head retention/spotty foamy lacing. Aromas and flavors of big lightly tart limes, citrus peel/rind, cracker, white bread dough, lightly toasted biscuit, wood, peppercorn, and herbal/floral/grassy hop earthiness. Light-moderate pine, citrus peel/rind, herbal, woody, floral, grassy, peppery bitterness; and light lime tang/tartness on the finish. Medium-high carbonation, light-medium body, and moderate crisp/clean finishing. Balanced bready/grainy malts, sticky hops, and light acids/resins/rinds in the mouthfeel. Moderate increasing bitter/carbonated dryness; no hop astringency. Perfectly clean lager flavors, no fruity/yeasty notes. Very flavorful/refreshing, not watery for 5%. Perfectly balanced between vibrant limes, clean pils malts, and German noble hops. Zero residual sweetness with crisp dryness. They couldn't have possibly done it any better IMO. Went down so easily. 4.15
Tired Hands Guillemot Prunum
How is it? I’ve been meaning to buy a bottle.
Founders CBS 2018, aged 6 months.
Sightseeing done for the day...back at the ranch with a Jai Alai:
Nice breeze, upper 80s in the shade with low humidity - I’ll take it!
I really enjoyed it, took the bottle solo. Assertively sour but not extreme, gentle sweetness offsets that to some degree. Vanilla adds a nice touch. If you like dark sours you’ll dig it, glad I sprung for this one.
I don’t get to Tired Hands too often anymore but the last few years I’ve always been happy with my bottled purchases, can’t recall
Having one I didn’t enjoy.
Drinking Industrial Arts Wrench
Had no idea Stephen Hawking rapped
That sounds tasty, I do enjoy a good dark sour. Glad it falls in line with their other bottles, personally I think their bottle should be more hyped than their cans.
Enjoying a Black Label..
Nice Uinta Test Phaze IPA here....definitely would buy again if it's fresh. Ah....the Hammond B3 organ with a Leslie speaker. It was the staple for "rock" bands playing Uriah Heep or REO SpeedWagon, or a few other 70's bands I'm sure. Uriah Heep may have been the loudest band (Kiss 2nd) I ever saw. All those amps in the Hollywood Sportatorium.......a big ass metal shed.....Cheers BA's!
Let'er rip boys.....this one needs some volume......
Next up, the Boss.