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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SawDog505, Jun 27, 2020.
Jerked chicken with roasted brussel sprouts .. .finishing off the Racer 5 with the meal.
Looks really tasty!
Last Barrier Deadly Combo. First with head issues. Great brew no matter what
Thunderstorms passing through.
Kicking things off with a Sue.
Happy Saturday guys.
I know @GreenBayBA is enjoying his day! Cheers dude.
Don’t listen to this album enough.
Burrito banquet tonight; I ordered the "El Gringo," which is the steak and Monterey Jack. Clearly a time when a light lager was just the thing.
¡Ten Cuidado, mis amigos/as, y Salud!
Thanks, it was - really savory and jut the right amount of heat. Wasn't heavily smoked since it's only on the grill for 16 minutes, but it had a nice smokey accent. Really enjoyed it, cheers!!!!!
Food looks awesome!
Thanks!!!! I love Jamaican jerk and it didn't disappoint!
At the hotel on the dock by the mangroves. The wife is having an Offshoot Relax It’s Just a hazy IPA and I am having a Swamp Head Big Nose IPA. Hanging with the lizards, barracuda and horseshoe crabs
Brewed in the great state of Virginia.
Having this Pilsner from Burley Oak. It still feels pretty hot out here, so this should be refreshing.
Cro-mags link just gave me movement
Awesome! Always amazed how you capture a perfect shot. Cheers!!
What are the two things that money can't buy?
TRUE LOVE and home grown tomatoes!
My buddy called and said we should come get some tomatoes! OKAY!
If you are anywhere around Bridgman MI and you want a German-style pilsner, this is outstanding, IMHO. My appreciation for the beer and the brewery can’t be emphasized strongly enough.
Did my yard work for the day. Ready for NBA/MLB to start. Watching UFC prelims for now. Cheers BAs!
Dude, you are torturing me with all your awesome food pics! Of course I am sending my foodie family the pictures
Good evening BA
Another Colorado pilsner from @beergoot
This is the first time I've ever had a lager that purposely integrated diacetyl to style and it wasn't offputting. Very nice example of a Czech pils. I'd buy it.
Knocking back Migration Brewings Proper Pilsner. It's a touch below average for the style, but still an OK drinker.
My brother sent me a picture the other day he was on the rooftop having a beer at Starr Hill. Told him to have one of these for me! Still miss the old label!
Beer #8. 2012 bottle. Thanks @Vidblain !
A couple years ago I grew two dozen Trinidad Scorpion/Habanero hybrid plants and ended up with about fifteen pounds. Folks called me for a couple weeks after telling me to F off as they sat on the toilet sweating. Haha!
Back home with a SNPA, temp down to 84, nice evening.
Bierkeller is taking next week off. I think I have enough.
I was once lost... but now I am found..
Vulgar Display of Flower Equilibrium Brewery
Bringing it home. Burgers, dogs and corn for the kiddos. Low country foil packs for the taller folk. And a Landshark to make sure it all tastes proper. Cheers!
A couple of pints of Maibock got me rosy in the cheeks. Gonna slow my roll so I can still grill later.
Out in the courtyard with the pup. This time with a French cider (yeah I know). Bouche Brut De Normandie. I love this one, tart apple skins, cinnamon spice, there is a natural sweetness that doesn't overwhelm. Which is the major downfall of a lot of American examples IMO, as those seem like just a ton of residual sugar was added. This is just the natural sweetness of the apples used. Champagne like carbonation, this is really good as always.
Reading Smith Henderson's debut novel Fourth of July Creek, its pretty impressive for debut novel.
Kona - Big Wave Golden Ale
Love Guy Clark and the tomatoes look awesome...
Jealous or your TX climate now. My tomatoes are a month and half away.
Not having as much fun as it looks like some of the advocates to the north are having, but I’m floating in the pool and enjoying a Wisconsin beer, and that’s good enough for me.
SiriusXM is playing some of my favorites today.
Austin Street Brewery -- Patina Pale Ale (a fine gift from @SierraNevallagash)
4.01/5 rDev -2.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4
Soft, cloudy yellow body; thick and fluffy white head; patchy globs of foam along the glass side. Faint ninotes of light malt grains and fruity esters; possible citrus; yellow stone fruit like peach. Excellently balanced flavors of light, doughy malt and low-key lemon with a fine hop bitterness at the finish. Medium body; soft and juicy while finishing on the dry side.
A very pleasant and enjoyable American pale ale, it nicely balances the flavors and mouthfeel. It is quite enjoyable on a hot afternoon...
I love Ballast Point's Habanero Sculpin. I started with Cave Creek Chili Beer years ago when it was brewed in Arizona and I like HOTT beer for some reason even when I couldn't drink IPAs, I dug the sH*t out of Habanero Sculpin. Haven't seen any in a while now.
First I do Joann, and then I'll be doing Carla
Keepin' it local. And independent.