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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by superspak, May 19, 2019.
Dinner making beer, left over from last night's session ...
Howdy all. Finally in for a beer. Weldwerks Fake Item Box "Session Milkshake NEIPA" with added lactose and vanilla. It's not bad, but the vanilla whiff is throwing me off... good to try. Won't buy it again most likely. One and out... we hit the road tomorrow. NM here we come!
This is an excellent entry-level Scotch BA Imperial Stout that does have that peatiness to it, which is not excessive here though, while this generally features a nice, mellow balance of roasted, bitter, sweet and smokey elements.
So easy drinking
Pretty damn good
Sorry, couldn't resist ...
“Ohh that’s harsh” says my wife as she goes
I disagree but she’s not into the hops. Respect that she’ll try anything once. Shockingly, this time she grabbed the glass on her own. Surprising given the appearance of the beer. Cheers BA.
Having a 2016 world wide stout to go with a strip steak, some veggies rice and squash. Maybe some fancy cinnamon raisin bread for dessert. It's a late first meal of the day, so I guess it's breakfast of champions.
Terrific double hazy release this week from Alvarado Street.
The Shape of Hops to Come. Always try to bring some of this face-melter home from Philly when I visit. As bitter and amazing as ever.
I am drinking Curmudgeon Better Half.....Founders.
Nice job on the cake, looks amazing and delicious!
Mighty Arrow....I haven't seen that one in a while....its my fav from New Belgium....good call
Doing a little dog sitting for our good friends along with another one of these big Maibocks from Neshaminy Creek. Really digging this Americanized version of a German classic.
Crystalis. An IPA brewed by Strangeways.
Another from @Coronaeus. Excellent DIPA. Solid fluffy head retention/minimal spotty lacing. Aromas and flavors of big tangerine, red grapefruit, lemon, lime, peach, pear, pineapple, apricot, passion fruit, mango, melon, berries, citrus peel/rind, wood, peppercorn, and pine hops; with moderate wheat, cracker, white bread dough, lightly toasted biscuit malts; and herbal, floral, grassy hop earthiness. Light-moderate pine, citrus peel/rind, herbal, floral, woody, grassy, peppery bitterness on the finish. Medium-plus carbonation, medium body, and fairly crisp/clean finishing. Balanced bready/grainy malts and sticky/resinous/rindy hops in the mouthfeel. Moderate increasing resin dryness, no hop astringency. Very smooth, not overly aggressive, no warmth of 9%. Feels like a lot of Columbus/Simcoe. Very vibrant, dank, earthy, and fairly juicy hop complexity; with a nice clean wheat/oat/malt backbone. Minimal residual sweetness from lingering crisp resin dryness. Very well attenuated for the ABV. Impressive, minimal complaints. 3.97
Pacifico in the heat.....washed the old CBR. It's still a blast to ride even though it's 18 yrs old. Made a 10.8 pass @ 128 about 2 yrs ago.
There is nobody else on the course this is fantastic.
Perfect first beer after a busy day of Canadians asking question after question. "Canadian $ at par?"
Cheers to me!
Getting my Berry Jammer on @FatBoyGotSwagger
Last couple cans and with this weather I’ll need to reup for mixed pack number two this week.
La Cumbre -- Acclimated
Hop Butcher Halogen Farm. Officially fully recovered from Dark Lord Day.
Rarely blown away, but quality and price hard to beat!
Monkish Brewing- Float Like Gravity (Triple IPA)
On track to a record 31 under par, I love playing by myself.
Yea it really is pretty good.. it would make a great year around Beer.
Chicken pad thai and a lightly sour/salty beer. Nice combo. Time for the Bucks-Raptors.
Keeping it Lite.. I’d say the the best you can get for the style.
Crystal Lake Brewings BA Imperial Stout.......tasty
Some grilled chicken, smoked Italian sausage and volcano rice ...
Master Shredder. An IPA brewed by Veil. I am glad Veil releases this IPA several times a year. I can name a bunch of awesome IPAs/DIPAs Veil released just once only. So sad.
To my good friend @TheIPAHunter , this Tuesday Veil is releasing Broz Broz Day Day. Not to be confused with Broz Broz Night Night.
Last of the 4 banger, I can at last detect the barrel in it. Great beer either way!
Fresh Stone, bottled late April.....
Tune from the running mix....
Revisiting some old favorites. Cheers!
A brand new one from Bent Hill Brewery this week:
a very tasty saison w/ honey!
16 oz. can.
Moderate to vigorous pour yields a one inch white head over a slightly hazy light golden body with some sticky lacing. Nose of honey, wildflower, cracker, and a bit of spice with an herbal quality as well. Taste of lemon, lime, honey and spice; also picking up notes of candied citrus and finishing with much honey. Good feel and overall, a very refreshing honey saison and would highly recommend. Cheers!
It's still Spring and this is still tasting mighty fine!
Enjoying this lovely offering from our dear friends at Honest Weight
A big Rye barrel aged farmhouse
Busy day BAs! After breakfast we went to a car club show (mostly Porsche), did a tasting at a winery, found a newerish local brewery and I had a pint, went thrifting then hit a neighbor’s yard/estate sale. Home now and in the pool with a Last Stand IPA:
It’s no Jai Alai, but it is 7.4% and it’s on hand...Cheers from sunny and hot Hill Country!