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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by ChanChan, Dec 6, 2012.
Gearys London Porter
I finally decided the other day that if someone makes me claim a favorite album, I will say Remain in Light.
Whoa, stronger than I expected.
Geuze Fond Tradition - quite tart, a very tasty sour! Very nice!
This is also quite a tribute to not being diabetic. Good for you man.
Next up, some fresh Heady!
Delicious as always.
Good stuff, with the best cover ever??
Cheers Everyone! Working late tonight from home, so the wife and i are going to open a ZD to celebrate.
Nice touch with the Reese's to go with those whales. Ha
Had a glass of Dos Costas Ouestes - Orange Wood aged at Redlight Red Light in Orlando, FL, and then finishes last night's bottle of Lips of Faith - Biere de Mars at home. Hoping for some good news tomorrow, so I may have a little something extra tomorrow, if everything goes smoothly.
Man, that beer is beautiful. Enjoy!
Watching the Broncos tear up on the Raiders while enjoying some Celebrator. Digging the new bottle shape, too.
ISO: That Glass ... I'm serious...if anyone has an extra i will make it worth your while. BM me
Having a Weyerbacher Double Simcoe. Very tasty. Aside from the mediocre Simcoe Latitude 48 from the Deconstructed pack, I don't think I've ever had a Simcoe-centric beer before. I can see why it's such a popular hop varietal. The aroma is intense.
Better late than never. I was expecting a malt bomb but this shit is JUICY!!
Not too shabby, Cheers!
Moving onto this guy before I call it an evening.
Enjoying probably the freshest one of these I'v ever had.
Now if I could just find Double Jack this fresh!!!
This is a solid cover (should Staind just make acoustic music? I say yes. Their electric music is basically rubbish at this point). This, in my opinion, is the greatest cover of all time.
And now....onto my first ever Victory at Sea. Not much to say, except that this is one of the best beers I've ever had.
My first BCBS! Wasn't expecting to see it in the store today. Incredible!
Wow i really need to spend more time in the Breweriana forum. Didn't know this was going to be so hard to get.
Great stuff as expected. I always pick up full 6 packs of Shorts seasonals, so I will make good work on the rest.
Haven't had a Tripel in a while, that is like sinning for me. I decided on an obscure one from the stash. This is damn nice.
Celebration to finish.
Nice local tonight!
Great cover as well. I agree, Staind (if they even play anymore) should stay acoustic. I loved Dysfunction back in the day but they seemed to be playing radio music after that.
Definitely invest a few bucks in a snifter to enjoy those barleywines to their fullest...
Listenin' to What would a Wookie do by Clutch, winding down from a BJJ class followed by a MMA class. Drinking a Sierra Nevada Narwhal.
Had a San Diego Session ale, and beer camp pilsner both pretty tasty.
First one after work, Cheers!!!
Brown Shuggas. Time Out was my first jazz album. Absolutely mind blowing at the time and it opened the door, for me, to Charlie, Miles, Chick, etc. From one Dave to an other, and to the rest of you . . . Cheers!
Good stuff, my favorite:
Bigfoot never disappoints
Dysfunction was decent. I think my musical tastes have evolved since then. Agreed regarding their current stuff. More radio friendly, lacked the edge of the early records.
I have seen clutch twice in concert and they never dissapoint.