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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by jkblr, May 18, 2021.
I really like this one. Even my PBR drinking wife approves.
That's very good to hear. I see countless posts here complaining about how slammin' it is.. I found it road trippin in 2016 and I cannot wait to get it again. It's dynamite! Cheers!
Where I'm from "slammin" is not a complaint. What do you mean, good sir? Anyhow, please drink it again and thank me. No, don't do that. Thank Fat Head's. Peace.
By slammin' I mean good! Very good! In fact I equate it to Summit IPA. They somehow do the same thing taste-wise from the bottle. I will dance when I have HH IPA on tap!
I’ve cleaned out the grill, now I’m swapping out the winter storm doors for the summer screens...keeping calm and cool with a Grapefruit Sculpin:
The marinated steaks are resting; the chicken legs smothered in bbq sauce are resting; I’m resting...at 6pm my brother the Dr. is bringing a new (used) dryer, and the three brothers will manhandle it down into the basement...getting the new one down sounds easy enough...it’s getting the old one up and out that I’m not grooving on...cheers!
I think the complaining part threw me off. Haha! Much love.
Getting rid of the last IPA in the fridge;
there's a Maibock in there, and stouts are after that.
Drinking a PB&J Framinghammer, bourbon barrel aged Baltic porter with raspberries and peanuts, brewed by Jack's Abby in 2017. Cheers all!
didn't realize yesterday that today is the anniversary of Ian Curtis' death, so more Joy Division live this time
Can you say Mago Tago please? Can Tago Mago say Cellarmaker? Can Tago Mago say hi to Cellarmaker Mago Tago. A bit heavy on the mangos. Maybe still too fresh. Otherwise a good one at 7.0 on the ABV scale. Hope y’all’s Tuesday is Wango Tango baby!
Enjoying a Grazying Clouds from Mountains Walking Brewing in Bozeman, Montana. A delicious NEIPA.
Stay Safe, There's Always a Silver Lining, and Sláinte!
In all this commotion I had forgotten that my 7 Yr Anniversary on BA was May 14th! Shit time flies...Cheers to you all long timers!!
Thank you for being a part of this nonsense. I love you.
Breaking my work-week beer fast for some dinner prep. Probably not my only one tonight, and tasting delicious.
It’s a pretty nice night for grilling
A big hunk of salmon and some veggies to compliment this tasty DIPA courtesy of @DoctorZombies, cheers Dave!
I love that word! Thanks for posting Luvin the beer chatz!
Same lineup as yesterday based on my two brews in the fridge and a cheap azz bottle of Evan Williams Honey bourbon
HAZE & HONEY DAYS !!
Haunted Haze IIPA 16 Oz Axe & Arrow
MIND HAZE IIPA 12 Oz Firestone Walker
plus a few EW honey bourbon sidecars
gotta finish this landscaping project while my back, legs, mind and brain are numb
CHEERS GANG. !!
I have some outdoor chores and re-potting to do this evening so the beer of choice comes in it's indestructible, re-sealable (gnats) bottle.
Double Alien Church from Tired Hands. This is awesome. And yes, I'm aware of what's going on right now. I'm not involved. I just want to drink good IPA. Drinking this beer does not mean I condone. If you're looking for deeper meaning, you have too much time on your hands. Either way, I still love you. Peace...
Home now , lots of appointments today.
Enjoying this local treatment of Nelson Hops.
Very well done
Vitamin D, Cheers!
Happy BA Anniversary
Love your posts
Like wise!!! Thanks brother!
Thanks my friend!
Post lawn mowing beer. Taking care of a some things as I'll be away a few days. Jai Alai.... naturally.
Happy anny Larry! I'm a similar case, 5th anny was yesterday and I never thought about it. Cheers!
I’m really enjoying this new find. Oso could be called Oso F...ing Good. Can see myself sitting down with a 6er of this one.
Heres the Thing. Cheers to all.
Meant to add a song
Anchorage Brewing Co. -- Be Patient (DDH double India pale lager)
4.04/5 rDev -0.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4
Clear, deep gold body; fine, gently rising carbonation; thick, dense, creamy head; thick, white sheets of foam coat the glass. Pungent, spicy smell backed with some sweet esters. Rich, earthy sweetness and spiciness with the taste; moderate offset of hop bitterness; hint of alcohol presence. Heavy body with a mild coarseness; big residual sugar feel; nice play between sweetness and dryness on the palate.
This is a well-rounded and very tasty double India pale lager. It seems close to a DIPA, but the label clearly states it's a lager.
Canned 03/19/21 and served at 53° F.
One’s a margarita with fresh squeezed lime and orange.
One’s a beer by Aslin that has hints of orange within the hop profile. I’m the Master of Oranges this evening, folks.
I am drinking Triptych's RED X...
I dislike comparing beers, but this is Xocoveza (and I absolutely LOVE Xocoveza) on PED’s. World class stuff, IMHO. Tripping Animals rocks HARD, IMHO.
Hello everyone, dinnertime
Gettin Heady tomorrow! Cheers.
Congrats on staying around for this wonderful shit!!
At close to a year old; still quite enjoyable!!
Boy that made me hungry
Beautiful day for a Guinness.
I...... WANT.... ONE....OF.....THOSE... (and I don't mean your beer)