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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by superspak, Nov 10, 2019.
Mine was also a drainpour. It had a sourness to it.
I needed one more NEDIPA before switching to the dark stuff.
Sorry to hear. That was an amazing beer when fresh.
I always love this ale, but it doesn’t always love me back.
Tighthead Go-Go Wit
Tonight's the night for beers that are all alone in the world.
Salty & sweet. Coriander isn't really present, but the plum comes through.
Maine Beer Co. -- Lunch (having a late one and still listening to the Oxford American Southern Music CD 2019 - South Carolina)...
Cross-post from NBS:
Sixpoint Hootie, a wisely executed NEIPA. Ticks all the right boxes: low bitterness; full, smooth mouthfeel; ample ‘tropical fruit juice’ hop flavors and aromas. On equal footing with some more highly touted NEIPAs.
Still enjoying brews from the Black Tuesday release a generous pal sent back. Tonight, this nice Tripel Sour, Berry Hand Pie. Cheers all.
New Beer Today. A very tasty Imperial IPA aged in fresh oak barrels from Odell.
Glad I got two of this one. Larrrge-r than LIFE!
Yeah, had definitely gone sour, but also quite soapy somehow... To me that's on the brewery, to be honest. A big barrel-aged stout like this should really keep for a year without turning bad like this. Did you contact Epic about it?
Another one advocates cheers
I had this today, as well. Great minds drink alike.
Almost 3 months old and incredible. Couldn't imagine this fresh:
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Finishing up the night with the last Rosetta. I can't think of a single thing wrong with this beer and now I have an excuse to buy more
Drinking a Intergalactic Warrior IPA from TG
Brisket came out a tic dry, I f’ed up wrapping it, the paper opened up a little. Pretty tender though.
I just tried one of these - fantastic stuff!
Wow, BA’s, damn I wish this was fresh! A four month old can brought over by my boy, Dingo. Other Half Triple Citra Daydream:
This one ain’t broke either.
Dream in Green. An IPA brewed by Other Half. Courtesy of @CanConPhilly . This is good drinking my friend.
Ah, you sappy wind sailor, you! I'm glad you got a final sail in. And in my favorite state (I'm a Mansfielder, true and blue). I would move back to Ohio for the country and great breweries (e.g., Hoppin' Frog, Columbus, The Phoenix, et al). The hardwood forests, the lazy rivers, the rolling hills and farm country...but I'll be fully retired starting in January, and I love road trips (and my wife and dog do, too), so I'll get my midwestern fixes much more often. And I intend to do some Ohio and Great Lakes bicycle touring, so there is that. Cheers, my friend...!!!
Gose a time!
Fate is a solid brewery, they need some more love for sure, they make a lot of great beer.
Sierra Nevada 3 Weight
Dinner prep beer - King Sue:
The brisket looks great! Now I am hungry.
Wow - that sucks! I was about to pick one up, but definitely won't now. Sad times.
Speak of the devil:
The Shiner Bock thread has been very interesting. If you've not checked it out but need a bit of a beer geek fix, it's worth a glance. Lots of good history in there.
Fallback to some tried-and-true standbys...
Narrow Guage Kofa (Boma). Awesome imperial coffee stout. Lasting rocky head retention/thick soapy lacing. Aromas and flavors of big dark chocolate, dark roasted coffee, caramel, brown sugar, roasted nuts, toasted biscuit, and dark bread/crust; with lighter notes of licorice, molasses, raisin, fig, date, smoke, charcoal, wood, herbal, grass, pepper, and yeast earthiness. Light pine, herbal, grass, wood, pepper, roast, charred, coffee bitterness on the finish. Light-medium carbonation and fairly full body; with a very smooth, creamy/silky/velvety/bready malts; light slickness, sticky hops, and chalky roast in the mouthfeel. Lightly increasing lingering hop/char bitter dryness; no cloying, acrid, astringency. Dangerously smooth/soft, mild increasing warmth of 11.5%, minimal lingering booziness. Awesome balance of super rich malts, and fruity/nutty coffee complexity; with solid earthy hops and restrained fruity yeast. Light residual sweetness with lingering hop/char bitter dryness. Very impressive. 4.13
Dogfish 75 minute.....Interesting beer, not bad but just kinda meh, maybe a dated can. I'll run thru a few more and check the age. From their site "The carbon dioxide trapped during bottle conditioning gives 75 Minute IPA a soft and velvety mouthfeel. Dry-hopped with whole-leaf Cascades, this complex IPA has been known to inspire pilgrimages to our brewpub."
Not sure if I posted this last night or not, if I did, enjoy it again......
Brew Kettle's El Lupulo Libre
Please, Rhinegeist, keep sending fresh beer to New Jersey!
Chambo, my drinking buddy, just wants to play.
I guess someone had to win Jets vs. Giants. It's like, if a tree falls in the woods . . . "