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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Shanex, Oct 12, 2021.
DDH Mylar Bags, Other Half, at Blind Tiger.
Just a programming note - it's still October!
Weather and leaves here in Colorado Springs are definitely turning...
What a long day....
Another beer that I think was from @BBThunderbolt, but I've taken so long to drink them that it's possible I've lost track of the sender. Making good headway on reducing the beer fridge this last week + at least.
“We do what we like & we like what we do!”
Sadly, my last can of this Imprint D-IPA collab.
No turning back now, it has been released. (!!!!)
Nobody likes gimp
Wine never worked for me but one of my co-workers uses it for some applications.
I prefer virtual box/virtualization in those cases
Master Shredder. An IPA brewed by Veil. Just one more left from the four pack.
Yup, that was me.
Relaxing with a Second Fiddle and some very fine hybrid kief.
Stuffed poblanos for dinner ...
Mrs G has a good sense of humor
Jester King Pattinson Porter - love dark wild ales!
fresh hop ale
6.0%, pkgd 09/28/21
a portion of all sales fund the CC conservancy
Prairie Weekend Imperial Stout, 13.3% ABV. Pours black with the typical Prairie ring of bubbles. Nose is heavy marshmallow, plus coconut and chocolate. Taste follows with marshmallow hitting heavy right up front, followed by coconut, chocolate, and roast malt. Quite sweet, just short of cloying. Marshmallow aftertaste. Excellent mouthfeel, overall world-class. Should have bought more than two.
4.61/5 rDev +4.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.75
I liked this slightly more than BA Weekend. Either I've gotten good at picking kick-ass beers to review, or I tend to rate too high. I've had 34 beers over 4.5 this year, though my BA average is only 4.06.
Really digging the lighting with the late afternoon sun.
That looks awesome!
This cider/beer hybrid had a weird bitterness that I felt was out of place. I added an ounce of Four Roses and it's an improvement.
Next time it's the rum version. Cheers all!
Not sure what my wife and youngest daughter are doing, but I do know there is a chicken carcass behind my Enjoy by.....
I have had Mylar Bags. Not sure if it was the DDH. All I can say though it it an outstanding DIPA!
Citra and Nelson are two of my favorite friends
Thanks - I enjoyed it. I also made it low carb by skipping the rice and black beans that I would have normally mixed in. Didn't miss them a bit either. Cheers!
https://www.beeradvocate.com/community/threads/date-codes-for-imported-usa-german-beer.658248/This may or may not help. Cheers
Glad you’re doing well. Cheers to your continued good health my friend.
BAs, checkin in
Keeping it simple tonight and hopefully I get a lot of work around my house accomplished Wednesday.
sad but true
Looks killer Larry. You got skills, my man. Cheers.
2nd day of inventory. It's time to be drinking 'em instead of counting 'em!
12.7 ounce bottle.
Best before: 21/01/2031.
Moderate to vigorous pour yields a one eighth inch off white head over a murky golden body with minuscule lacing. Nose of slight funk, stone fruit, and slight citrus. Taste is reasonably tart with flavors of stone fruit, slight citrus with funky oak and a nice sweetness. Good feel on the flat side, but overall, a great tasting new fruited offering from Rebecq, Belgium paired famously with a Vermont Camembert cheese.
I’m gonna have to buy more of that just so I can see how it pairs with banana bread. Cheers, Jason. I hope you don’t work your whole vacation away.
Well thank you - I appreciate that! Thanks
Southern Tier 2XIPA
Nice to see that beer getting "diverted" through eastern mountains. It's a BEAST.
How fun! Last time we went to Epcot it was super hot, 99% humidity, and Germany Biergarten was where I parked… omg ,,, oh and the kids had fun I’m pretty sure.
If you have seen any of my posts you know I love me some Banh Mi, with all the stuff. Maybe one of my favorite meals in town is at Nam Eatery. Just so simple and satisfying.
With a Lone Pint Yellow Rose of coarse, which seems to be the favorite of Vietnamese restaurants around town, and I love that.
Listening to the Astros post game show on the radio.
The Dexter Gordon Clubhouse show is part of the Tone Poet releases, and I haven't found that around town yet...think its been sold out so ugh. But love it.
Another reason I love this season. Fresh hops!!!
And that looks like at least an early reissue, maybe original, of Coltrane's Ballads, well done.
speaking of cherries, if you encounter Beachwood's Coolship Chaos w/Balaton Cherries, just do it
Last post before it gets too silly lmao
Charlton Heston put his vest on
Richard Burton put his shirt on
Opening night puck drop! Go Bolts! Let's get that 3peat
"All the Things" from Collective Arts.
16 ounce can.
Brewed by Collective Arts, Waunakee, WI in collaboration with Southern Grist Brewing Co. Nashville, TN.
Moderate pour yields a one inch tan head over a dark brown body with a little lacing but loads of chunks.
Nose of cardamom, cocoa, and vanilla.
Taste of bananas, chocolate, vanilla, and pistachio.
Nice feel, a bit silky.
Overall, a complex and very busy party in your mouth!
If you're looking for a pastry stout, this one's all for you!
All the things, indeed!!
Yours truly in attendance that night.
Bruce Hornsby on piano.
Not sure what the problem is (old age Mike) but after just two beers I am full so have to move on to something else (bourbon? Wine?).
Wife is going to cook wings in the air fryer. Maybe by then I will have a beer to wash them down. First batch ready to meet their demise.
Hammer Down now.