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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DoctorZombies, Oct 16, 2020.
Cream Get the Honey Oat Cream. An IPA brewed by Other Half.
Opening my second bottle. This picture is from last week when we opened the first one.
Beer- Accipiter Equilibrium X Horus Aged Ales Collaboration
The Turning Point "Start The Stream" is more bitter than their usual, except lately with "Somebody Sip Me", they're getting more bitter and I think I like it. I went back to make sure I got more, 2-4Paks and a draft $63.50 with tip. Fresh as yesterday.
The HX1200 should power any GPU I put in it with future upgrades. And a PBR.
Sipping on a Gouden Carolus Hopsinjoor and getting ready to stream a movie. Feeling like it might be a two movie night, which become more frequent as the weather gets colder. As for the beer, it’s one of the best Belgian IPA’s in the business and this style is always a refreshing change of pace from the American versions, which most of us drink much, much more frequently. Might be back with another beer between movies. Cheers and happy Friday.
Central Waters Extremely Unsettled - Cheers !!
Cheers to the weekend, BAs!
Force of will from tree house cheers
That middle photo
Seductive temptation taunt
Jealous lover cap
Winking Lizard has a mini tour of Duvel this month. Drink three Duvels and get a nice glass.
Another mystery beer from the one and only, @Justonemore91. Sir, you're really taking care of me this evening. Clear bronze colored beer. Nose is ruby red grapefruit and pine. Taste is fresh pressed grapefruit juice, pith, and resinous douglas fir. Finishes with a clean, dry bitterness. Crispy mouthfeel. Beautiful, classic WCIPA. I guess 7.3% abv.
Survey says... Centennial Rewind from Grimm, a WCIPA clocking in at 7.1%.
Velvet Revolution Czech Pils
Austin Beer Garden Brewery
Dinner complete, now enjoying this full expression of Nelson
I have slowly fallen in love with this beer.
Liked that beer this summer. Is that a year rounder?
Enjoying this one courtesy of @ovaltine in NBS BIF #11. This is a damn good beer. Great sipper at 15.8%.
From the Earth to our glass.
Mrs DavetotheB made some homemade pizza for dinner. Firestone Walker Double Jack is what's for dessert. Cheers!
No ipas gets pass you bro lol true to your nature, I love it cheers
You had me stumped several times over the summer. It's coming.
Dinner at Sleder's in Traverse City, Michigan's oldest continuously operating restaurant. Waiting on some Lake perch with a Sleder's cream ale, from Right Brain Brewing
It is time for me to drink beer!
To each its own, but she'd be much more attractive if she didn't ruin her arms with all that ink.
Schneider Weisse Tap 6 Unser Aventinus
Weisses Bräuhaus G. Schneider & Sohn GmbH
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Cheers!
Enjoying a tasty Michigan offering. Caramel and chestnuts. I will be heading to my son’s soccer game after dinner. I will be back for some LNBA action.
Dinner on a Friday with a Heist IPA.
A slab of Trenton pork roll, with red onion, cheese, tomato, I prefer bbq sauce. And I ate two of these, with crab fries of course, they both scratch that I miss Philly itch.
DDH Cream of Broccoli. An IPA brewed by Other Half.
Vote. Drink Sam Adams.
How are you enjoying those other half beers?
A little Jack’s Abby hops to get this weekend started!
My favorite JA beer.
This is phenomenal. Peobably the best stout I've had this year. Cheers fellas!
TGIF, it’s been a rough couple of weeks.
Another mystery beer from @Justonemore91. Sir, are you trying to see if I like Cashmere or Sabro in a blind setting, because I'd bet anything this beer features one of those two hops. It tastes like a pina colada jellybean. Tropical waves in the nose, as well as coconut milk action. Heavy citrus, too. Interested to see the entire hop bill. Definitely screams DIPA, and perhaps in the 8.7% range. I am very intrigued by this reveal. Cheers!
Survey says... Biomechanical from Finback, feat. Citra, Sabro, and Simcoe. Haha, I knew one of those bastards were in there. The abv is 7.7%.