Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by JamFuel, Jul 6, 2019.
More than any other, Founders Porter got me into craft.
Been awhile since I've had one of these,
and distributed in Vermont just this week!
Careful with this sneaky bastard.
Lots'o fun here today BA!
Keep it up
Have never been the biggest fan of Stone brewery. Actually the least favorable of the name brand craft brewers (imo)
But in their defense...
They can make some decent stouts, mostly their barrel aged stuff.
My final can of the La Cumbre/Cannonball Creek collaboration, Woodland Paradise IPA.
Helping soothe the pain of Deaf Kids cancelling, is the posting of Torche coming into town in September. Been a long time since I last saw them, ready for round 2 with them. I believe I first saw them when I was still in Philly, which is already 13 years ago now.
Happy Saturday BA's. It was still on the shelf, so it is still in my belly...
Hubbards Cave Pancake Walk 2019-1
Sad, I am answering my own post. Even more sad, no one tried to explain or help me. Ok, my problem.
Lord Hobo Freebird ...
I've been working on a new blues tune and did this jam after dinner. My buddy Kevin playing bass.
Go to the brewery listing of beers (any brewery you want, but preferably a Va brewery ) and then click “ALL” beers, it is a hyper link taking you to a listing of all beers brewed by the brewery.
The listings of beers for any particular brewery only list the current beers, not the retired beers.
Thanks my friend. I knew a guy from Virginia would help my sorry ass.
This made me pee myself
Off work at last. Beer time. Russian River -- Pliny the Elder
Very nice, Larry! Excellent tune to lay back and chill to!!
Canned 5/30. Enjoying this one on the deck. Looking forward to it getting a bit cooler tonight. You can already feel the temperature dropping. Need a break from this heat
Another really nice NEIPA via Beer'd...Karate on the Water, and canned yesterday to boot...cheers, BAs!
Jeff is da man! I was heavily influenced by his playing and I think he's playing better than ever now. Check out the video Live At the Hollywood Bowl - outstanding. I think Truth stands out as the legendary album that put Rod Stewart on the map. Just an incredible album. Cheers!
De Struise Brouwers Rio Reserva Quad, 10.5% ABV. Pours cloudy dark red, with a one-finger off-white head. Nose is mostly wine, but some bourbon. Taste follows, incredible jammy wine flavor up front, then some bourbon heat, moderately sweet, almost no bitterness. Excellent mouthfeel, overall world-class.
4.51/5 rDev +7.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5
I have no idea.