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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Ozzylizard, Jul 19, 2019.
Did you say Carnage!?! Next time you’re in the new world, we need to get together!
Love Legends brown Ale
Troegs Raspberry Tart. Nice stuff. Getting a little bored of fruited kettle sours, but I only have 2 left. In imminent need of a beer run. Cheers all!
Just a screw up. God natt!
At Pizza Plant thanks to my awesome encounter with @jzeilinger last evening. Excellent beer.
Hot as Hell here in Cleveland. Got sent home at lunch; just too hot to mow.
Another perfect bitter, barkeep!
Time for an afternoon libation after a really annoying week at work ..
that was rough. retiring the hamm's glass. beer me
still haven't seen the new stag cans around. god i love this beer
Another Sea’Quench, cheers!
I may switch to something else after this glorious concoction. "May" being the operative word. Cheers, and TGIF, advocates. Let's get f*cking LAAARRRRGGE!!!
Alpine Beer Company - Nelson IPA (7-2-19 Keg Date)
A pint of lager ba,
Hop Butcher After Rain Pilsner (Tradition, Liberty, Saphir). Never thought I would see the day when you go to a beer store and it's limit one can for a pilsner, but here we are. Very solid pilsner, but not the best Chicago offers. I do like the hop character coming through. Lots of floral and tangerine.
A tall DFH 60 Minute to start the weekend:
Old school, regular strength IPA.
Man, that's making me want some Landlord
Are you at Dogfish Head in Delaware?
My parents want me to bring them a case of 90-minute tomorrow. I love both of these beers. Cheers!!!
Humid but not real hot here yet.
They've been open for close to four months and last weekend was my first try with them as I just heard about them myself. Between two visits and a couple crowlers, I've tried two IPA's, a Stout, a Pilsner and a Weisse, I was pleased with all. It's a small place but there's indoor & outdoor seating so it feels a bit larger than it is. I'll be there often.
Have one of those left for tomorrow...
My first ever Sun King. This was awesome. Nice fluffy head retention, spotty soapy lacing for the style. Aromas and flavors of big sour/tart/tangy peaches, apricot, fruit skin/pits, lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit, pineapple, melon, red/green apple, white grape/wine, oak, peppercorn, hay, straw, and grass; with some wheat, cracker, white bready malts; lightly oaken vanilla, leathery/musty/lacto funk, white wine vinegar, and yeast earthiness. Light-moderate fruity/lactic tartness, fruity/wine tang, and yeast/oak tannin spiciness on the finish. Medium-plus carbonation, light-medium body, and moderately crisp finishing. Balanced bready/grainy malts, lactic acid, fruit tang, and wine tannins in the mouthfeel. Moderate increasing acidic/tangy/tannic dryness; no pucker/astringency. Very smooth, pretty refreshing, not overly lactic, no warmth of 5.4%. Awesome balance of juicy/jammy fruit, and Brett/Bacteria complexity; with great wine barrel presence, and pale/wheat malts against acidity. Minimal residual sweetness with crisp drying. Spot on stuff. 4.1
Those kids are good photobombers.
Nice pic, both the beer in the glass and that gorgeous can art!
Narrow Gauge DDH Fallen Flag (Citra/Mosaic). Bright citrus from the Citra with that characteristic dankness from the Mosaic. Lemon, lime, clementine, naval orange, floral, slight blueberry, pineapple, mango, and dank come through. Stripped of bitterness. Like other Narrow Gauge beers, this one has a good amount of carbonation which makes it highly drinkable, but stays soft and creamy on the finish. Cheers!
On a Soundgarden Superunknown album kick recently:
After a preternaturally aged Ruination 2.0 Sans Filtre (finished, but ... not great, and not representative of how good that beer is fresh), I need not only another beer, but something completely and utterly different.
Sierra Nevada Life and Limb
Yes, this will do. Cheers!
Found more Cumbre/Cannonball Brewing Woodland Paradise (cashmere hopped) IPA.
Thus. Yes. And 3, 2, 1... take it away...
This beer is exactly as advertised. So dope. Cheers!
His (left) and hers (right). Headed out to Beer and Brats at the local German club.
One of the benefits of working outside and starting at 5:30 is you get to see sunrises like this. Much better in person.
Something light on this tropical Vermont evening...
Colab between Burial and Alvarado Street. The jury is still out on this one for me, but the flys love it.
Finback rolling in clouds
Joe Henderson Teeter Totter, shout out to @beergoot A Hill killing on this one!
Moving right along .....
The annual visit to Short's Brewing is on! Let the festivities begin!
To start, A Boy Named Sumac, ESB with Sumac on Nitro
Next, Kölsch 45 on Cask with Lemon verbena and lavender. Love that I get Cask ale everytime I get here.
To finish, a Chocolate Wheat porter with my White Pepper sandwich.
Superb looking burger there ...
On to beer # 2
From my daughter's recent visit to PNW...my first time with this one....quite nice indeed - isn't it lovely when your grown children bring you beer and glassware from their travels??
Work is done for the week and now it’s time for a grass mowed beer
Stay safe and cool out there be it exercise or work, cheers
Starr Hill Deep Fuzz DIPA