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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Apr 12, 2020.
Hippie Chick ...
Very well done beer-wine hybrid, a pleasant surprise, cheers!
Love this series from Fremont.
Surly Axe Man IPA in a glass that evidently needed some better polishing up at the end of last night.
Blackwater Draw's Baby Hazy while Zooming with the family and our 93-year-old Grandma on Easter Sunday:
Thanks to @thisischuck01 for this beauty!
OK, a little bleary from Zooming and reading on my laptop, but back again.
Cheers, joining in with a rinse-wash-repeat photo of HA Navaja. Damn this thing is smooth.
More poor decisions here at the Church of....
Wish I had some Zombie Dust to drink on this day of days...
My first beer from Von Trapp that’s neither a Kölsch nor a lager. Pear cider and gin for my wife.
Turned 30 today...sucks that everything is closed and can't go out drinking with friends and family, and it looks like it's going to rain here in LA. eh, not a bad trade cause no one around me is sick and people close to me have their health. ill take that.
Bells Brewing-Hopslam (DIPA W/ Honey) aka birthday cake!
Lupulin Citridiculous DIPA, 8% ABV. Pours cloudy yellow with a 3-finger white head that left some lacing. Nose is orange, tangerine, zest, vanilla, and slight pine. Taste is sweet orange/tangerine, sweet melon, slight piney hops, but quite malty. Smooth mouthfeel, overall outstanding. Another outstanding DIPA from Lupulin.
4.33/5 rDev +4.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25
Well that's the last damn time I'm shoveling this year, 5" of real wet heavy stuff. Looking forward to some BBQ pork in the crockpot, new recipe with bourbon, garlic, cumin, pepper, salt, random BBQ sauce, and brown sugar.
Happy Birthday, at least you have Hopslam!
This is quite a hoppy Weizenbock for a traditional example of the style, but while I can't decipher their best by date exactly, I do suspect that I'm drinking this very, very fresh indeed.
Joining my friends @GreenBayBA and @Danmullens1 with this one. Cross post from NBS
4.07/5 rDev +2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4
The only place this fell down at all was that I felt that the aroma was a bit less than it could be. Taste and mouthfeel were right where I would want them to be. Solid beer for sure
Hopslam. Rainy Sunday
Watching El Dia Menos Pensado a documentary series on Netflix about the Movistar pro cycling team.
Stew is in the oven and smelling great. Time for a beer.
Grilling some pork loin and carrots. I’m a fan of flavorful beers that clock in sub 4.0%.
Fremont Brewing's Space Danger! Another excellent West Coast IPA courtesy of @woemad.
Spatchcocking a turkey for Easter dinner.
Plenty of time before dinner to enjoy a cigar and a special beer.
Tweedy covering Prine? Yes please.
Maud’ Doob, an imperial schwarzbier (7.4%) from Singlecut, made with hemp and cascara (dried husks of coffee beans). Entirely opaque and espresso-colored, with a light mocha head. The coffee is strong with this one in aroma and flavor too. And a nice creamy mouthfeel. 4.15
love that can art
My son is six-years-old, so how do father-son conversations go when your son brews an IPA whose aroma falls short of Voodoo Ranger?
Late lunch and now this from new brewery One Allegiance... it's pretty good, very smooth, would love more vanilla. Their coffee one I had last week was very overpowering on the coffee, I feel like this one is a bit under with the vanilla.
Two Hearted and 2x Heart.
Yes, still playing Uno and yes still drinking Magnify!
Another absolute banger from Fox Farm. Cheers, BAs!
A long day brewing done, enjoying this delightful offering from our
friends in Orange Ma.
Well done, notes over at NBS
Bell's Two Hearted. Fantastic as always. Aromas and flavors of huge ruby red grapefruit, mandarin orange, lemon, peach, pineapple, apricot, mango, honeydew melon, citrus peel/zest, peppercorn, and pine hops; with moderate honey, white bread dough, toasted biscuit, light caramel/nutty malts; and herbal, floral, grassy hop earthiness. Light-moderate pine, citrus peel/rind, herbal, floral, grassy, peppery bitterness on the finish. Medium carbonation, medium-plus body, and fairly crisp finishing. Balanced creamy/bready/grainy malts, sticky hops, and light resin/rinds in the mouthfeel. Light-moderate increasing lingering bitter dryness, no cloying/astringent. Very smooth/soft, not aggressive, minimal warming 7%. Amazing Centennial showcase as expected. Very juicy, vibrant, and fairly dank/earthy hops; with a nice sized balancing bready Vienna/pale malt backbone. Light residual sweetness with lingering resin dryness. Spot on Midwest style IPA. Prefer the Founders Centennial more, but love both. Just as impressive as the Double as well. Will keep it in the fridge more often!
Fresh hops chasin’ the blues away
“I’m not angry. I’m just disappointed.”
Lord Hobo Freebird Ale and some yummies on the grill. Cheers!
Love Rocky Patel. Been a long while since I’ve had one. I bet that’ll be a nice combo. Enjoy!
thanks! and I couldn't agree with you more
Nice leg, cheers.