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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Jul 21, 2019.
Sorry man Sunday is my Saturday.
Mrs Hiwattowner had the audacity to suggest that these two pedals were the same given that they had the same name on them.
After I overcame my shock at this outrageous view, I cooled down and had a beer.
Did you piss yourself yet?
Or is that in 20 minutes from now when you pass out on your cat Pussy Galore?
My wife and I had dinner at The Brick Farm Tavern (the home of Troon Brewing) tonight to celebrate her Birthday.
I started with Troon's Trying to Get Fired, a DIPA
With a cucumber salad.
With my steak I had Troon's Grandma's Famous Oatmeal Cookies, a DIPA with honey, lactose, vanilla, and maple granola. It balanced the savory sauce on the meat. As always, Brick Farm Tavern serves up great food and Troon's beer is outstanding!
Awesome beer, awesome song.
Barrel aged Birthday Bomb. Enjoyable even when it’s not your birthday. Cheers
Round 3. I really should set some of these away to cellar.
Made it to Boston! In the room now after having some Chowder and some okay IPAs ( Finback, Worm Town and Lord Hobo. Jackie Os Mystic Mama IPA
Good dessert beer! Supernaut Cookies and Cream Stout from 4th Tap out of Austin, clocking in at 13% abv. Just enough for me to forget my bad dinner
Time to get serious.
Wernesgruner German Pils. Cheers!
Gotta agree, good job, especially for your first attempt. There's a bit of a learning curve involved.
Give beer can chicken a try, really good on a smoker. There's a ton of different recipes on the web. Cheers!
The nerve!!!! When I bought a new PRS years ago, I said to my wife (while I was playing it), this is a really sexy guitar. Wow, did that go in a direction I did not anticipate. Thank gawd I'm divorced now.
New Holland Lake & Trail Copper Lager. Cheers LNBA!
Going to watch the “Loudest Voice” then probably going to bed.
This stuff is exactly what you would expect from the ingredients used and very nice.
Excellent pale lager. Aromas and flavors of lemon, cracker, corn, white bread dough, and lightly toasted biscuit; with moderate herbal, floral, woody, grassy, peppery hops. Light-moderate herbal, floral, woody, grassy, peppery bitterness on the finish. Medium-plus carbonation, light-medium body, and fairly crisp/clean finishing. Balanced bready/grainy malts and sticky hops in the mouthfeel. Slight lingering resins. Light-moderate increasing bitter dryness, no hop astringency. Very clean lager flavors, minimal fruity/yeasty notes. Very flavorful/refreshing, not watery for 4.3%. Very clean pils malt/grain showcase, and great noble hop presence/balance for the style. Not overdone on adjuncts. Really impressive.
Bring me back some Trillium!
Definitely a great one !
Anybody for Dr. Strangelove ?
Back in NH and I shall crush this excellent brew.
That picture is awesome and the song would have made my NBS top 10 songs if I was allowed more than 10 songs.
Session sour from Big Lake. This was awesome. Solid head retention/minimal lacing. Aromas and flavors of big juicy/tart/tangy lemon, lime, orange, citrus peel/zest, peach, pear, melon, red/green apple, white grape/wine, hay, straw, and grass; with moderate wheat, cracker, white bread dough malts; light peppercorn, lacto funk, and yeast earthiness. Light-moderate fruity/lactic tartness fruit tang; light zesty bitterness and spiciness on the finish. Medium-plus carbonation, light-medium body, and moderately crisp/clean finishing. Balanced creamy/grainy wheat, lactic acid, fruit tang, and citrus zest in the mouthfeel. Light-moderate increasing acidic/tangy dryness; zero pucker/astringency. Very flavorful/refreshing, mellowly lactic, not watery for 4.2%. Awesome balance of super juicy/vibrant lemons and Lacto complexity; with a great pale/wheat malt backbone against acidity for the ABV. Minimal residual sweetness with crisp drying. Awesome summer sour! Glad I got the 4 pack as expected.
Searching, in the touristy area, will probably crap my self about the price if I see it
I dont push the beers of the brewery I am a Chef at but this BA version of Revivals Juliett Stout '18 is killer with this cigar.
Unveiled Brewing DIPA next
Another new Fat Orange Cat NEIPA. This was excellent. Great fluffy head retention/thick foamy lacing. Aromas and flavors of big mandarin orange, red grapefruit, lemon, lime, peach, pear, pineapple, apricot, passion fruit, papaya, mango, honeydew 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 carbonaton/body, and a bit crisp finishing. Balanced creamy/bready/grainy malts, sticky hops, and some resins/rinds in the mouthfeel. Light-moderate increasing bitter dryness, no hop astringency. Very smooth, not overly aggressive, minimal warming 7.5%. Great Galaxy, Mosaic, Simcoe profile. Very vibrant, juicy, dank, and earthy balanced hop complexity; with a nice clean pale/wheat malt backbone. Minimal residual sweetness with lingering resin dryness. Not as soft or hazy as I expected vs their other NEIPAs, but still really enjoyable.
Time to read on the deck. Still 83 degrees and 76% humidity, but it's just me and the spider bait.
Chillin' with my drinking buddy (aka my daughter) in Vancouver BC. Expanding my horizons with cool new stuff.
Drank two of these delicious Schwarzbiers while watching a movie.
Permutation #68 strawberry, vanilla and lactose american ale by trillium
3.85/5 rDev +1.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75
Can poured into a tulip
Brow liquid, iced tea or cider in color, some carbonation, pencil thin white foam layer immediately evaporates
Aroma is yeasty, whiff of strawberries
Taste is strawberries, sweet, hint of vanilla
Low sudsing, syrupy sweet
16 oz. can.
Moderate pour yields a 1/4 inch tan head over a near black body with some lacing. Nose of wedding cake, almonds, and very little coffee or vanilla. Taste outshines the nose as it really does taste like wedding cake. The coffee and vanilla still take the back seat on this one with a finish of marzipan. Nice feel and overall, yet another tasty treat from the evil one. Cheers!
C&P from NBS.
Picking up my 4 pack tomorrow.
Gotta go with this one
First time I had this was on my son’s birthday four or five years ago, so I try to have it every year on this day. Missed it last year, glad I got three bottles this year.
Drinking a beer from work. A mostly Galaxy West Coast IPA with Citra and Idaho-7 playing a backing role. My co-workers seem to not like it whenever we brew it but I love it. (West Coast) Juicy, berry forward, crisp, and bone dry. When I say West Coast juicy, I mean more of a distinct berry flavor than the citrus and tropical fruit flavor that New England IPAs go for.
This used to be Sweet Spot IPA back in the day. I believe but the hop timing and the malt bill was slightly adjusted to make it better.
3 Sheeps Uber Joe followed by CW BA Vanilla Bean Stout - Cheers !
Cheers LNBA’s. Thinning out the fridge, this one is canned 5/31 and still loaded with vanilla.
I’m probably in the minority here, but I actually switched from Coors Light to Bud Light because of their ingredients. Why ingest GMO corn syrup if I don’t have to?
You know the yeast eats the corn syrup. You just ingest the alcohol and carbonation.