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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Jul 21, 2020.
Moving on Musically,
Cabin Boys Brewery Fog of War DIPA
Wife left me to put all the dinner leftovers away, to shut down the AC and close the windows..
See you in a couple hours chica, I can still see sunlight.
I hate mayo with a complete, fiery, burning passion. Nothing good ever comes from it.
Back to The Official beer of Summer 2020 in the PNW, Wanderjack. Dang yo, this needs to be full time, 24/365!
Raul concurs. Mayo is a weapon from the devil.
Set out running, but I take my time, a friend of the Devil is a friend of mine. However, not his weapons of mass destruction, Mayo and Ketchup. Not allowed in my house, period.
Are you close to a Beachwood location?
Coupled with an Amalgamator six pack, hard to complain.
Tuesday shmoozday, it’s been a very long day today. I deserve this. Cheers BA Fam!
2019 Bottle Logic Reaction State:
God DAMN Weapons of Mayo Destruction… The puzzle pieces keep falling together.
I’m close to both, but indoor dining is prohibited right now. Would you really say that Beachwood compares to the South or Midwest?
I've seen it with a Ranch Dressing base, but, Hell that's mayo
Just returning from the hot tub with the Hammer; Founders CBC & 1.5 fingers of Elijah Craig Small Batch 94 Proof
Peace out LNBAers!
Ranch is just flavored mayo.
So where is Micah then ??
I've only had their food twice (beef and then chicken wings). Their sauce is not my preferred kind, but good for that type and their meat was good, crisp outside, juicy inside. I really suggested it for the beer, which I have been craving since March, though not sure if the place / link you shared is better. Go with your gut, I'm sure the other place is good as well (looked good online).
Chicago BBQ for the most part is crap (boiled jello fall of the bone meat style), though there a few places that serve a proper BBQ. If you don't see and smell a smoker, run don't walk. The best places here are from the south, though most use the sugar sweet bbq sauce.
There are a few good rib tips joints here, though it can be dicey getting in and out of most (bullet proof glass take out service). Worth it if you make it out alive.
Chicago Style: "Fall off the bone" barbecue, which seems to be recognized in certain quarters as a kind of gold standard. In my experience, however, fall-off-the-bone means something terrible involving water, has been done to ribs to get them there. Usually par-boiling, holding or baking in foil, freezing and reheating or some such. While these increase tenderness, they also take water-soluble compunds that contribute to taste leaving behind a tender, often mushy, and most importantly flavorless piece of meat. Conceal it with sauce, and it can be tasty, but the meat is lousy
I forgot about ranch, but you are both correct in your assessments. Blue cheese or nothing with wings.
Try "a little tenderness", not fall off the bone tenderness.
Sorry my friend but we use both an, like them.
Ranch is life in Oklahoma
Good evening, LNWBAYDN?ers
Best wishes for Mrs @tasterschoice62
Happy Belgium Day! & National Moth Week y'all
Guessing a Laurel Sphinx (Sphinx kalmiae), on phlox ('Franz Schubert'?) - neighbor across the road has some Mtn Laurel (Kalmia latifolia) , so makes sense.
Unknown beauty on the beebalm (Monarda didyma 'Raspberry Wine' ), earlier on Dotted Mint (Monarda punctata), but I missed the shot. ) Monarda specialist? Anybody know this one?
Closer here, really...
There's a town about an hour south of me named Marysville. One of my best friends, Paige, grew up there. She told me this joke:
How do you get a Marysville girl to suck your dick?
Dip it in ranch.
450 North Slushy XL- Cinnamon Roll
Does it taste like crappy music?
Mix a Lot did a song about Bremerton girls...
No ... define crappy music.
I'm checking in late as I've been preoccupied tonight. I've been putting down a number of tasty brews though while watching Phish's weekly installment of Dinner and a Movie. Tonight featured one of my favorite shows I've ever been in attendance for. The setlist wasn't insane, but every song was played with energy and given a little something extra. They also went deep on a number of songs and gave us all some surprises along the way.
While watching my first round was 4.2 by Four Points Brewing. This is my first time drinking the second year anniversary TIPA in the matching glassware. Juicy, dank and potent at 11%.
The second set kicked off with a classic from @beergoot. Russian River's Blind Pig dialed down the abv, but still brought the goods.
Next up was a slim can of Brew Gentlemen's General Braddock's IPA. Balanced, juicy and something I can always be in the mood for.
I thought I was done, but the show left me pretty amped up. Perfect time to go for TRVE's Lower is a 2.8% saison that is the perfect way to finish the night with something a bit more crisp. This one also comes courtesy of @beergoot. TRVE is batting 1.000 right now of the two I've tried so far.
Short's Space Rock
The SirMixALot song I played above
I went to school with Kid Sensation from the Emerald City Posse that signed with EazyE right before he died, (think BoneThugs era)
Following up with an always tasty Station 26 Juicy Banger. Cheers y'all
Very nice to see you back cat farmer
feed this squad ) they all mewing
Short's Peated Bourbon Hammer Jack
Peated Bourbon Barrel Aged Hammer Jack is a Scotch Ale aged in Two James J Riddle peated bourbon barrels. Dark brown in color with an off white head, this beer has aromas of vanilla, caramel, toffee, marshmallow, and smoke. Oak and prominent vanilla flavors from the barrels shine though from the J Riddle barrels. Accompanied by a silky smooth mouthfeel, the beer produces a slight warming sensation. As the beer warms, traces of smoked malt begin to appear.
On a plan back to Wisconsin. He left LAX late.
We have liquor stores in LA with bulletproof storefronts. I’m all good.
Club @RaulMondesi just hit 6th gear.