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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by BeerDrinker01, Feb 7, 2014.
The best way to get Friday started. TGIF!
Good morning and make it a great day!
Starting today with a Ballast Point Sea Monster. Can't tell it's supposed to be an oatmeal stout, but definitely not a drain pour. Should probably age well.
Have you had the Ballast Point Sculpin IPA I really would like to try it!!
Sculpin is one of the best!
Nothing like a Surly Coffee Bender with breakfast after a long graveyard shift! Cheers!
Yeah, according to my data base, back on 22 Mar 2010. I've got it rated as "good" (Compares to BA as Outstanding). It shows up here in the woods occasionally, but not with any dependability. If you wish, I will bring a couple of bottles to the GBBF 2014 - don't know how fresh they'll be (If I can get tickets - last year I couldn't, despite being a CAMRA member - the website sucks!).
I'm not attending it but thank you for offering I appreciate it!
Deschutes Chainbreaker White IPA. Havent had much White IPAs, but this is a real refreshing beer.
Baxter Brewing On The Count Of 3 with my scrambled eggs and English muffin.
Man, I can't believe it's been 20 years since ...And Out Come The Wolves was released. I miss old school Rancid, I'm not a big fan of their last album. Although I really like what Tim Armstrong is doing these days.
Oh, and Daisy Cutter is a great beer too!
Off to watch Mandela Long Walk To Freedom!
Because, like, you know, whatever.
thats an awesome beer and meal.
im drinking Oettinger 500ml cans, its not flashy but good enough and fits into my budget.
the meal after im done drinking is still up for consideration.. i have eggs and sourdough on hand so variation of the above might be the way to go!
This is what I'm eating and drinking! The beer is great and this combo is awesome!!
never heard of the beer but damn that food looks tasty... i have smoked salmon, canned tuna, canned sardines on hand so all that is also up for consideration for the after beer meal!
Rodenbach? It's a classic Flanders Red Ale, sour but not overpoweringly so, and generally has good availability (in the US, anyway). If you see some, I'd snag it and try it; it's become one of my favorite beer styles, and Rodenbach does it quite well.
First time Im having this one. And it's awesome. Together with LP framboise and LP Kriek in my cantillon top-3.
Happy Friday stateside
This is the wife's choice for first of the night
Hop extract would of been the perfect name for this beer! Cheers!
Share with the class now!
Bier Brewery Fustercluck
Another food truck Friday...
Thin sliced mojo pork loin, sweet & spicy pickles, adobo mustard, Swiss cheese and cilantro
Guys, I'm so fucking stoked right now:
@bstyle @BlueRogue props for the awesome music selections. Been listening to Rancid/Op Ivy since I was 10. Happily enough, they're also one of the absolute best bands to down a few beers to! Cheers!
And this is mine
Starting my day off with this.
I am enjoying this trend of Hoppy Lagers below 6 percent ABV.
Listening to this classic!
Cheers BAs and have a good and safe Weekend!
TGIF BA! I was very sad because of the snow storm that I thought would keep me from getting any Hopslam this year. But I found it today at Wegman's. (Woohoo!)
While I was there I picked this up to keep me busy while the Hopslam chills. I like it. This beer has a mouthfeel that is light and thin but a flavor that is very full. I have heard that in Pennsylvania if you ask for a lager they automatically give you this beer.
Yes that sounds delish! The beer is a ale that is 75% young ale and 25% 2 year aged ale that aged in oat vats... It's sweet and tart and it's awesome! A lil pricey tho..
Resin straight from the can. Not a bad way to kick off the weekend!
Liked for the Yuengling tallboy! Great choice!
Now I'm drinking this!
Thanx @lordofthewiens for this gem!
I want some of that