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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Sep 5, 2020.
Founders: Mosaic Promise
I will drink to that with a final shot to close the evening.
I saw the Mafia tour in 2005 at The Hippodrome in Springfield, MA. Zakk chugged a Guiness pounder half way and threw it into the crowd. I caught it, took a swig, and gave it to my buddy Matt who introduced me to BLS and whose birthday it was we were celebrating. It was a great evening.
I am off to bed. Vermin free.
Keeping it 3F...Floyds, not Fonteinen.
Augustiner Maximator Stark/strong bier Doppler Bock, tasting good , L050152049
Candice time of course:
I put the cap back on this beer to save it for tomorrow. But, this is LNBA. @TheGent sings words that both Romans and Spatans sing in unison. We will sit outside on our favorite chair, until our destiny is presented to us.
Every...single...person I met in Appleton.
Like many perhaps, I’ve only been exposed to Blister in the Sun...that is quite a video. I...won’t....sleep...possibly for weeks.
Absolutely! We miss having yous visit!
Other Half Green City All-Stars, cheers!
At no point was there ever a beer in her hand.
Not for nothin, nicest people I’ve met in all my travels.
I look forward to returning, whenever that may be.
That voice translator is awesome. I texted it to my buddy who lives in the UP and I got a call back. They were howling like the drunken wolverines they are. Don’t cha know.
Lag's The Waldo's why not ?
That girl could do with some biscuits & gravy too
Hot tub time, Roughtail Hoptometrist DIPA
I believe this is my closer...
Hubbard’s Cave S’more Imperial Stout w/ chocolate, graham cracker, marshmallow, and vanilla. The adjuncts are all there in spades in a thick, chewy, creamy base. Wow...that’s literally a straight s’more in liquid form. Wow!
"Had" to grab a growler of Ayinger Oktoberfest as well...
I've been inside all day. My COVID-19 test results came in Friday evening. I am negative. Really, aside from riding transit, I have not been within six feet of anybody since mid-March.
I had an experiment on the weekend of 22-23 August when I was on a virtual pub crawl, except it was real, for Tree House Humane Society and its cats. There is a house cat, "Bacon", at Kaiser Tiger in Chicago's west loop. He detected me as a cat enthusiast. (Many felines are quite intelligent.) From there, I walked on to Goose Island's Fulton taproom. It was out of CIVL pale ale. Then I wound up at On Tour Brwg.. Patio seating was OK.
I'll curtail this. Saturday I went to Bixi in Logan Square, where its 2nd floor bar had the roof opened, so it counted as a patio. The final stop on the Tree House pub crawl was the Rocking Horse, which I have visited before, including the night of March 4th (Two of the five venues on the LSDBPS Annual Pub Crawl have since announced they will not reopen. ). It was quite nice to finally have beers on draft again. I got a discount on my tab because I was participating in the Tree House pub crawl. People there got to glimpse an early 1990s photograph of the five cats living here then. Including "Ace", a completely Black cat (Named after Patrick "Ace" Ntsolengue, a South African soccer player with most of his sides being in North America - chiefly Toronto BLIZZARD.) whose mystic powers were an element in our team's (the Chicago POWER) indoor soccer Championship in 1991. How did he obtain that power? His mother was a calico cat (also in the photograph), and all the other cats were variations on the white | gray | orange fur pattern. Somehow, he was completely Black. I didn't win anything, but I did get a better face mask to wear when I do venture outside.
Anyhow, I didn't catch anything. When I had to go downtown on the 27th to pay the abode's water bill, my temperature was measured @ 97.4°F.
Today, the beers I have had are:
Revolution Eugene Porter (12-oz. can)
Wernesgrüner Pils (12-oz. bottle)
Lakefront Riverwest Stein Beer (12-oz. bottle)
DuClaw Sweet Baby Jesus (12-oz. bottle)
DuClaw Sweet Baby Java (12-oz. bottle)
Ryder No. 8 Blonde Ale (12-oz. can)
They have all been good. But as I suspected, the best beer of the bunch is the DuClaw Sweet Baby Jesus.
One more for the evening, and then (hopefully) lights out.
Creature Comforts Loopulus
Cheers and good night, BAs!
Honey, Cinnamon, and Pineapple?
2020 Revolution Brewing - Mixed Berry Ryeway (AKA Ryeway with Raspberries, Blackberries, boysenberries, and crannberries)
Head on over to the New Beer Weekend (NBW) thread to check out my review (or read it here: https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/22072/494202/?ba=Beer_Economicus#review)
LNBA is time for making whoopie
I'm barely sneaking this in for the deadline as I understand it, but we had our Beef Wellington for dinner and it was fantastic...
Spent most of the drinking evening introducing my friends to various whiskies...
One of them was a pairing of Bale Breaker's Dormancy with Kavalan, a Taiwanese whisky which is pretty darn good.
Now I'm just trying to hydrate before bed time!
It's almost become a specialty of my wife's. It's a lot of work, but she has it down now. Delicious.
Resident Culture's Anti-Social Butterfly, a NEIPA hopped with Mosaic, Simcoe and HBC 692.
I try to live by one rule when I open a thread on the weekend-stick around as close to the last page as possible. So here I am.
Hey LJ - I took about 30 images trying to get bees. The plant is catnip which honey bees love - I wanted 3-4 in the image but the little dudes wouldn't cooperate. I wasn't sure anyone would notice = good eye!
Mr. S* You've really been nailing words, thoughts, concepts, enigmas - impressive
cheers to yas
Bearded Iris' Tunnel Vision DDH with Citra, a NEIPA hopped with Mosaic, Citra and El Dorado oil, then double dry hopped with Citra.