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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by bowzer4birdie, Feb 13, 2020.
Starting with NvU from Pipeworks. Has two months on it but no worries, drinking very nicely indeed!
NvU #2 from the can this time:
caught a lot of crayfish... all night dumb beaver scared me)
I earned my favorite beer!!! Cheers everybody!
Bel Air Sour which I haven’t had in a bit:
Maybe back to bed soon...
It's a Brawlin' Thursday kinda mornin'
....I'm Brawlin' with not wanting to do anything.
Pulled a '14 BCBS from the cellar...
Going to get a bit more intense after this one.
Charvet for @SABERG
Cold Yellow & Hoppy (Simcoe, Oat, Lactose) Pours a very attractive dark hazy yellow with a half finger sticky white head that leaves streaks of lace with nice retention. 4.25
Smell earthy herbal, pineapple, tangerine, pine, and grapefruit. 4.25
Taste follows slightly herbal, tangerine, pineapple, apricot, and hint of grapefruit but little bitterness. 4.5
Mouthfeel is bigger than medium, really soft gentle carbonation, a little sticky not dry, and drinks more like 7% than 6,5% and incredible drinkability. 4.5
Overall another winner from these guys, really really tasty and crushable. 4.25
Much better than the last few I pulled from the cellar.
That is a sweet coffee mug!
Mecklenburger Dunkel. Meh.
When I see Two Hearted on the shelf at less than 2 weeks old, I don't hesitate to grab it. Cheers, everyone!
La cervoise des Ancêtres which I once mistakenly purchased thinking it was a French beer. Actually a Belgian triple...
Du rhum des femmes et de la bière nom de Dieu, un accordéon pour valser tant qu’on veut...
Que le diable nous emporte, on a rien trouvé de mieux..!
Having a Zipfer (Austria) Urtyp. Just arrived to Vienna from Amsterdam.
I see something LARRRGE...
Ah! And nothing more to see, tagged these two francophones too, for that French song which translate roughly to: « Rum, women and beer for Christ’s sake » along with other ramblings. Pardon my French.
Finished shoveling, enjoying my first, and is it good. I do believe this is the first beer I've had from Destihl, based on this, it won't be the last. This will hold it's own against any RIS!
Another great on!
Taking lunch at the Flying Saucer, having Founders Devil Dancer for the first course.
A lot of us around here really like Etouffee and dirty rice. Just say'in. (address upon request)
Giving Light Hearted Ale by Bells a whirl. Is Larry on a diet? Cheers!
Saucy Brew Works - El Churro (can).. it's a Mexican Chocolate Stout.. cheers!
Mug club $100 for the year, you keep the mug, Kettlehead T-Shirt, half off apps Tuesday-Thursday 11-2pm, end of the year renewal party at the end of the year, every 15 pours get one free, plus a free fill on your birthday, and 20 oz pours instead of 13 or 16. Pretty sweet deal. Cheers
New Trail is better at making doubles than singles. Just my honest opinion. Cheers!
How's it going BA.
Doing some house chores while the wind continues to blow and create a "feels like" temperature of -40. Ha. And just to think, a month ago I was in 80 degree weather on the coast. Man.
This Evil Twin beer was, shall we say, a "glad I only got a single" type of beer. Probably going to move onto something new here shortly.
Klockow Brewing Beatrice
Steven's Point Cold Nikita.
Not nearly as bad as the rest of BA says. Just my opinion. I think it's pretty thin for a RIS, and lacking the hugeness of the flagships of the style, but it's a solid and smooth drinker. 3.81 out of 5.
Time for some Dankaliscious from Kettlehead.
This is one of the best imperial IPAs ever brewed. No f*cking bullsh*t. Cheers, advocates!
Starting the day, the afternoon, and the de facto weekend (yes!) with his-and-hers choices.
Elevation Beer Co. -- Double IPA
my favorites today
I hope to get my hands on some more OMJ sometime. A delicious porter! I also enjoyed their Smoked and Oaked barrel-aged version...
That is a nice deal
Stone Xocoveza - Cheers !
I had to have another, advocates. It's just that good. And it's like 9 days old. Let's get LARRRGE. For real.
We share the same birthday. I have to give her some love. Peace, homegirl.