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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mschrei, Nov 28, 2020.
Outrun Nobility Grist House Craft Brewery
Art & Entertainment by Mast Landing. Cheers!
Looks nice and hearty!
Cheers BA's. Chilling out the house watching college football. Just ordered a pizza and realized Domino's is the same price as local pizzazeria. Yet another reason to support small business.
The holiday season is upon us, advocates. It's that time of year to drink a Nelson IPA from Tree House. I'm not really sure that's how it goes Hunter, but I'll give it to you. I love you.
I can't remember what I did last night...
I think this is the first beer I've had outside my house since March (its been a difficult year). Was waiting to pick up some pizzas for a socially distant family get-together and I couldn't pass up a Cabernet Sauvignon Barrel-Aged Cherry Imperial Stout from Zwanzigz, a terrific brewpub in Columbus, IN. Decided to indulge on my birthday. It was really good. 450 North gets a lot of attention in Columbus but Zwanzigz is really good. Cheers!
Ghost Rainbow from Kane.
Budweiser -- Bud Light
No pic, but inhaled at Ethel's down the street (she's this 92-year old cranky, opinionated Scotch-Irish creation that my wife walks with every morning and who I put up with...she was putting up Xmas decorations (with Mrs. BeerGoot's assistance), and Rocket the Wonder Dog and I came by to check on the progress...
...'tis the season...
Had one yesterday. Nelson in your face in a very good way. R Shea hit 2020 and came out slugging with a lot of new beers. The owner is very accessible and I’ve chatted with other him a few times. Easy to cheer for good people.
Time for some Mackinac.
Taking a break from BCBS today. Decided to see what all the fuss is about...
yikes this is f**king delicious
Gumbo and Heady? What time should I be over?
Still cooking. Laissez les bons temps rouler.
Doubling down on Illinois beer.
Been saving this big boy. Now cracking in honor of Dad. Miss you man. Dad played the clarinet and was a huge Benny Goodman fan.
Driving from VA? Better speed. Because this gumbo is not going to stick around.
Happy Almost-Full Moon Saturday, BAs *
Another wild/sour(infected ) Helles , with dinner.
Earlier while re-working leftovers into something new (Sweet/sour/spicy turkey-fried quinoa/buckwheat)
Shared w/ the S.-I.-L./neighbor
Started the day with my last local Oktoberfest brew, then a two-hearted ale. Then this delight from Houston.
Just had some. Was great. Probably better than the turkey.....
Clifton is always joy to my ears. Thanks for sharing.
Man, shout out to your dad, as well as your brother, Roger. Nothing else matters.
Hey @scream . You knew it was inevitable. Wine time. Here is hoping you are having a good holiday weekend my friend.
Looks FANTASTIC! and a Trillium. Damnnnnnn....
A very nice imperial milk stout from Lone Pine.
His music always makes me smile.
Finally was able to snag another pack of this. So good. One of my favorite NEIPAs.
Grabbed a couple nice beers at Golden Handle. They're a kind of semi-non-profit nano-brewery that donates a chunk of all their profits to charity. The owner/brewer is some sort of research scientist by day. They brew their beers at the Steel Barrel Taproom, a nano-brewery incubator in downtown Spokane that's about three blocks from their taproom.
This is their Ales For ALS IPA.
Beautiful fall day for eating & drinking outdoors (which is the only place anyone can legally do that right now in Washington state), at least until late afternoon, when it got kinda chilly.
A Pabst story. Visited daughter #1 and granddaughter last Sunday. Brought with me for her hubby 3 pint cans of Pabst and a couple pints of local IPAs. He was thrilled with the Pabst and thanked me immensely. Did not mention the others.
Peanut butter banana foster. Love it. 6%
Day full of moving wood from one area to another, in preparation of some excavation work, so looking forward to some suds.
Thanks to a @Blutz trade, I’m having this little treat: Founders Barrel Aged Imperial Stout 2019 version.
Poured hard, fridge cold to a tulip glass. Massive dark espresso head, two fingers high, that burns down to wispy lacing and a thin island ring.
Nose is slightly faint, but unmistakably bourbon with a wet leather vibe. First sips bring a strong balanced mix of the base FIS plus a superb bright bourbon profile. There’s a small amount of anise toward the back, but nothing overpowering.
Mouthfeel is full and lively. Lots of flavor lingers well after the sip is gone. Alcohol has no burn, though it does bring some warming quickly.
Where I find the base FIS a classic example of a RIS done well, the BAIS improves on it. Traditional RIS has a sort of earthy grittiness to me, with pronounced dark cocoa powder notes. This BAIS slightly sweetens those sort of rough edges. Having had some fresh BCBS this weekend, I’d consider BAIS a solid brew comparatively, though the bourbon profile is not as complex as the multi-bourbon barrel aging that BCBS applies.
It’s practically gone as I finish this.
Youre awesome. Love you bro.
Pretty nice, glad to see it around here.
Nelson Sauvignon Blanc IPA Untitled Art
Mountain Flowers Of Evil (Presswell Pressing) 1971 Windfall Records EX
Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On (Monarch Pressing) SA/SB 1972 Windfall Records VG++
ALs is a shit disease. One of the worse neurological diseases on humankind. We have been donating to the MS societies for decades mostly because I am got it 25 years ago but ALS is so much worse.
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. We are gonna direct more of our donations to this awesome charity.
Pease brother. Keep doing good things.
Celebrating my 7yr anniversary of being on BA. It is impossible for my wife to care less.