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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ChicagoJ, Apr 11, 2020.
Very nice work sir! Jealous.
This week's emotional sunset piece is dedicated to @JamFuel, on his birthday weekend! Summer 2021 will be epic!
Timber Ales/Prison City - Riot of the Crows. Timber is producing some excellent ipas.
Hard to like that man its really all about the Hive Mind. We as a group are pretty fkn decent people. And to be able to share from basically all over the world in this forum is cool. After all the bars aint open
#2, truly decadently delicious, this is an RIS to seek, especially if you like sweeter flavors from molasses and caramel. HUUUUUGE shoutout to @Roguer for sending this my way in NBS BIF 11. Love it.
Just cracked this open to warm a bit to pair with dinner and a movie on HBO. It: Chapter 2.
Earlier, rye and coke with lime...
Early morning fortifications included...
Salmon, avocado, tomato and arugula on whole grain toast...
Coffee and anisette toast...
Seeing more Asahi in my future - and some cheese and crackers...
Music to my ears...
Going hard in the paint today with Java the Stout from Jackie O's and Supernaut!!!
I may not be good for much, but I can run up a WBAYDN page count
Moving on to 1974 country hits
Without a doubt my favorite U2 album. And honestly I like their early stuff but eh it got commercial later. This "concept" album- it does tell a story- has alot of strong ethical statements- religious, political, love and loneliness. Plus I love Larry Mullens innovative drumming, plays the part of almost like a war time snare drummer.
Alright. Return to Oblivion.
Half Acre Navaja DIPA. My world ended. 10%. Dank, smooth, potent. Instead of ME choosing the tune > I will let the first BA choose its matching tune or vinyl. Do your worst!
Not gonna like it..
My fiancée agrees with the helping getting through high school, that was one of her Christmas gifts this year.
I loved one of them. Cant remember which one
Had every mug back in the day, owed Snap-On thousands!
Jane, the guitar player dated someone that played for the Exploited or Addicts, went S&M Dom... sooo yeah
Mine is the same as yours, I believe. Never had a first press of this one. The German is cut from a tape copy but still sounds really, really good. The all analog reissue that was released later bests it by a bit, though. Great album, great recording and mastering. Cheers!
A bit of mood setting from Yo La Tengo
Enjoying 2012 version of KBS, last bottle
Thanks to all who added the great tunes today
Stay well all
Looking like this second Chocolate Milk Stout will be my last beer of the evening. Going out with the Stones. Cheers!
Wholeheartedly agree. Cheers my friend!
Lord Hobo Angelica and the Jethro Tull collection.
And some iconic stuff from Floyd and the Dead.
62 for me in case you hadnt guessed...
Had a Woolworths in town would always shop the bargain bin, cutouts, as I stated earlier thats where I got that vanilla fudge album. Also had a record store in town. Big Beatles guy. Pretty much know every lyric. Then the Stones....I could go on forever. I will never forget the excitement of grabbing a new record out of my memory. The look of the cover, the smell, and the anticipation of getting home and throwing that thing on the player. Digital has taken all of that away but of course times change. Analogue!!!
Pick all of them just to be safe.
Going hard in the paint!
Up next is an original '94 press of Vs. Unlike the "remastered" PJ vinyl reissues which were sourced from digital and sound like utter dog shit, this one has the goods. Full, open, and very dynamic pressing. Dave A. just slays the kit on this album.
Belinda Carlisle was the chubby one, but cute, there was another.
My second Founder's of the day, first was a Porter. Ever have a beer that is low-ABV but kicks your ass like it's really high-ABV? The average ABV of the beers I drink is probably over 10%, but when I drink a Founder's Porter from the current pack, that 6.5% beer kicks my ass like it's twice that. No idea why. Anyway, on to this fine CBS which should kick my ass because it IS high-ABV.
Going with another round of Juicy Haze..
Sounds familiar, I was big into audio equipment upgrading with every dollar I made, Pioneer, Vector Research, Denon- then everything went digital and sound quality was far superior, but sure missed the vinyl, tape, etc...
I love playing to that opening track. Great drumming I agree and the album was totally underrated compared to their other stuff.
Temperance Might Meets Right
I received this minidisc with my Rolling Stone subscription about a hundred years ago. Not many songs on it I would listen to even if I had the proper hardware, but this one's a winner.
Thanks to @SomethingClever for sharing his latest haul. Ever since @SanFranJake moved, I don’t have a hook up. Still one of the top handful of ipas in the country.
I used to take some concert photos when I was young and in the days of festival seating. Most of my pictures have disappeared one way or another. I do still have these along with a pick from Rick and my stub.
Hippie Chick with my buddy Kiwi ...
Holy shit that looks good. XTC Respectable Street??? Well I know what my next record is going to be.
I went around town and bought as much of this beer as I could find. Just for you. This a BA metalhead cross-post, since it is LNBA. This is the most 2020 death metal video possible. Hopefully more of the same quality emerge.
Analog = tactile/sensory...
Perhaps the same reason I can't stand ebooks and such. I feel way more attached and connected to something I can actually feel and manipulate (e.g., the turning of a page in a book or magazine).
No Nook or other type of e-book will ever substitute for that...