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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Ozzylizard, Aug 13, 2019.
Good day BAs! Today's New Breakfast Beer:
Add a little codeine and this'd be a great cough syrup.
I've been wanting to try this one for a long time and finally did yesterday. Now I'm starting the day with another. La Fin Du Monde by Unibroue. I really love the tripel style and La Fin Du Monde didn't disappoint. The most striking thing about it is the appearance. It's a hazy, dark golden color with a massive head that has excellent retention and fantastic lacing. The nose & palate are filled with yeast, spice, wheat & fruit. While it was definitely worth the wait, I wish I hadn't waited so long to have one.
After successful mashing, but with some mess
it was was good with a Citra Mosaic IPA (home-brew)
one of the last, but the beer holds up good on large bottles
Second day of vacay! Time for a pub run! Starting at Oliver Twist with a Horisont, an English Pale Ale by Fjäderholmarnas Bryggeri.
My old dog (15) has been sleeping late, so what used to be a 6:30 outing has become an 8am walk...back from a gentle stroll to the park...coffee time - Peche Mortel:
9-21-18. The coffee is still strong. My last bottle. One of our local bottle shops used to get Peche Mortel, but the shop went out of business 2 years ago and I haven’t seen it in SWFL since...when I see it again I will load up - Cheers from steamy St. Pete, and have a great Tuesday!
Sipping on the very appropriate Chimay year 2019, since it’s a pretty cool day for mid-August. Barely 19c.
Drastic measures Ill Intent
And that's it. One and done, early, for me today folks. Killed the CO beer stash and excited for my time in Chicago. Also looking forward to hanging out with some Chicagoland BA members, so that we can offend each other in person.
Cheers all, and take life with good humor.
I am helping my wife get her new website up and running (which means I follow her directions exactly). I will need some fortification for this task.
I cannot think of a better fortification but it’s about time the 12oz CBS reach the US
I love new, creative, flavorful beers, but sometimes you've just got to go with a classic.
Trying a new beer this evening in Swakopmund. Such a gorgeous coast.
Brewed and bottled by Namibia Breweries in Windhoek. This one is a helles lager. Cheers all!
Nice! I will be at Cantillon in a couple of weeks and looking forward to opening some great bottles. Cheers!
Good morning, all! I picked up a sixer of this Griesedieck Bros. Golden Pilsner in St. Louis last month. I'd never seen this before, but since Griesedieck is such a well-known name in the brewing industry and it was $8.99 a sixer I thought I'd give it a shot. Long story short, this is really good. All malt (2-row, Crystal, and Caramel 20L), Saaz hops. Medium bodied, with a crisp and dry finish and a nice peppery bitterness. This was much prettier a few minutes before this photo was taken, but my camera wouldn't focus and I had to reboot my phone mid-pour. (Talk about your first-world problems, eh? ) Anyway... Prost!
Coffee while trying to prepare my music collection for my new phone coming in the mail later today
With this beer's local availability, it's a simple choice to crack open a can (or two or three ... but one, for right now).
Creature Comforts Tropicalia
More Akkurat... And my Lord...
Weyerbacher - 24rd Anniversary (16oz can).. it's an "Imperial Mexican-style Lager".. cheers!
Next is an incredible stout from Dok Brewing. This is Rocco Road, brewed to celebrate the birth of Rocco Tartan. This is insanely smooth and creamy, and I can’t detect the 13.5% ABV. Cheers!
Wtf? I'm a believer
Drinking Cornet a Strong Belgian Blonde...
Cheers again and have a good afternoon/evening Murica!
Haven't had a dark lager in a long time
Cerberus -- Stygian Porter
And you're doing the right thing for the animals.
Cerberus -- Infinity ESB
Juice Packets. Only bought one, and one is enough. It's good.
Nothing special, but a nice, solid Pale Ale by Alefarm, one of the lesser known UK craft breweries.
Yards IPA on tap great stuff
Hop Peak IPA - Cheers !
Pseudo Sue, yummy citra. I'm rocking blackwater park, all day.
Time for an after work treat. Their stouts are nice, but I prefer their hops and most definitely their farmhouse ales.
This "India Dark Lager" reminds of a lighter, less intense Black IPA, or perhaps a more hoppy Schwarzbier. It's okay, but I'd much rather have a proper Black IPA.
Another dark lagerhosting gif
Nitro Chocolate Milkshake Stout, whoa! this is the most chocolate forward beer I think I've tasted. It's good, mellow, not bitter, light body, and has that nitro smoothness.