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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Oct 2, 2020.
Just fuckin' with ya. Harold's #27 was my end of the night back in the day!
Pernicious and a big ass pretzel....
I like your blue door. Cheers.
Gas station beer
Starting my beer day off with a Head Stash Fresh Hop (with Simcoe) IPA from Everybody's Brewing. Pretty nice FH brew.
I'll join you tomorrow with a liter!
Getting ready to prep meatballs. Happy Friday, all.
Cheers, Advocates. 7.4% IPA from Kane. Citra, Galaxy and Waimea.
Enjoying it with salmon. Grilled on cedar with a brown sugar, maple syrup and butter glaze.
I hope everyone is having a great evening.
Going to enjoy this beer courtesy of @Pinz412.
Happy birthday, @mschrei!!!
Tonight's Beer Tasting Lineup
1) Goose Island's 312, a delicious and Chicago-style (creamy) wheat beer.
2) Schell's Cream Ale, a mild but creamy beer not unlike a wheat
3) Spaten Oktoberfest, a festbier, but not in the hand of cards tonight and was quite bland
4) Paulaner Oktoberfest, a German festbier and in my opinion the best of the style!
5) Breckenridge Brewery's Hop Peak IPA, a nice and crispy IPA with grapefruit citrus flavors with the crispness of the Rocky Mountain air.
6) Odell's Mountain Standard IPA, another airy IPA, but this one is sweeter and jucier with a candied pineapple/citrus quality.
Winner: Paulaner Oktoberfest: This festbier is the best of the style this year among the ones I've tried.
Runner Up: Hop Peak IPA: Absolutely delicious crispness that reminds me of the Rocky Mountain air
Loser: Spaten Oktoberfest: Really dissapointed and fell completely flat in aroma/flavor/feel
Which festbier has been your favorite this year. Do you agree with the Paulaner and Spaten ratings?
Sounds great, is it hazy?
Hey @sream . Failed you again. cheap white wine #3.
It would seem so. How the hell are you doing my friend? This Covid shit has put a crimp in my brewery visits.
Sipping on a Ship Bottom Pumpkin Ale on a crisp,cool night in the city of brotherly love. Here's to the weekend!https://imgur.com/gallery/iy0VIi1
It is what it is...
Amazing how the mighty have fallen... off. TG is an easy pass for me these days with all the great local beers. Cheers.
I love being able to go to my local store to purchase Barrier Brewing Company beers!
Love the song, but always reminds me of Richie Cunningham after he got some action with the ladies.
Congrats. One the the greatest days you will ever have!
Me too. Only have been to Thirsty Dog’s patio, which was nice but soon to be too cold, and pickup a couple of times from Fat Head’s and Noble Beast. Haven’t eaten in a brew pub or restaurant since March. Any outdoor places your way?
Genuinely fascinating. I haven't gotten to try any Jack's Abby beers, and that sounds super interesting.
Can’t surprise you with anything these days. Green Bay has become so mainstream. Guess some Eagle Park is in order for porch visit next week.
Don't know the beer, but a like for Lightning Hopkins. I saw him at the Checkerboard once. Wait, maybe that was Muddy Waters and the Stones? I forget cuz I'm getting old.....
3 Floyds Permanent Funeral “Pale Ale” at 10.5%...it’s back! Been probably a good 4 or 5 years since I last had this one and most likely a similar time frame since they last brewed it. Still is the #11 Imperial IPA in the world on this site surprisingly. Some “old money“ right here!
Actually quite reminiscent of the old batches. Brings huge citrus and tropical notes in the form of grapefruit, orange, lemon, papaya, pineapple, and mango, along with a nice pine resin and citrus peel bitterness. The alcohol is slightly there when it warms, but overall this is damn smooth for the abv. I had my doubts, but this one is actually living up to memories I hold with this beer. I might have to grab another 4 pack.
Modern Times - Elara
Watching the Padres game BA!
Buckledown Hooligan Soup, 4.5 abv english mild. Yes, please.
Still love this series and this batch. I also think it pumps the breaks on some retailers selling old ass IPA's.
Finally getting to this great unfiltered lager. Good thing they warm you about the lack of filtration on the label. Smells like sourdough bread and freshly mown grass.
It's funny how that is, my kids are in their late 30's and It seems like yesterday I was bringing them home from the hospital, teaching them how to ride a bike, hitting a baseball, paying for school ect. I used to get mad when my parents treated me like a kid when I was older, now I understand why. Cheers.
Add my wife to the list, our house is starting to look like a pumpkin patch.
Great Lakes Oktoberfest
Followed by a Good Gourd. Holy cow this beer is rich
Hop Butcher Lager Beer Hall
Just giving you shit, my g/f loves it, I seriously think it doesn’t have much taste.
More Notorious! BA's #9 Imperial IPA