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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by PoopChute69, Dec 7, 2012.
Drinkin walez bro.... with jgroch2 and GeorgeTStagg.....
Good evening! First one of the night is a new offering from a great Quebec brewery, Dunham. A collaboration with Kissmeyer from Denmark. It's an awesome IPA brewed with Earl Grey tea and guava puree!
Now onto GI BCS 2012.
Part 3 more west coast brew
after a 12 hour shift.....this awesome ipa that for some reason has a low score here.
Stone Enjoy By IPA
2012 GI BCBCS
DFH 75 Minute IPA
CCB Marshal Zhukov (thanks Matt)
Oskar Blues Ten Fidy
Got off work early. Enjoying a:
Soon I'm going to move on to an imperial stout. Help me decide:
Imperial Biscotti Break or Big Bad Baptist ?
Way to throw the shandy in there for some variation lol
Took me about 4 hours to drink one and I agree it is different.
I got lucky enough to grab 8 or 9 bottles, it's very good
Yeti, how I love thee.
Crappy picture, epic beer:
A big shout out (Never thought I would ever utter that phrase) to Harrikas Beer Haus in Swansboro, NC. By far the best craft beer shop within 50 miles. Coolest staff, coolest atmosphere, really great selection.
Drinking the Bot......
HOLY MOLY! why don't we hear more about Moat Water? this beer is insanely good. tremendous thanks to brewbetter!
One of the ugliest / tastiest beers I've had:
Crooked Stave Sentience Wild Quad aged in Cognac Barrels
And someone finally added this beautiful song to youtube:
There is no wrong answer here.
I'm gonna pick up a bottle of that if they still have it when I go to Florida. I heard a spot still has a few bottles.
DFH Olde School, bout to bury my last one in the woods for a year. The label dared me to.
Happy Friday everyone, starting the weekend with this...
Decided to go with Oak Aged Yeti I've been aging a while. Delicious. Listening to:
I've tried a couple Ninkasi beers recently and figured I'd test their Imperial High Gravity Stout. It's pretty tasty although its still rather cold, better let this one warm a bit. Seems very drinkable.
Drinking Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti here
Had a few Schlafly Pale Ales at a dinner event. Solid as ever. Home and enjoying a Founders Backwoods Bastard night cap.
Working my way through a six pack of these tonight...
Also had a Great Lakes Christmas Ale
and finishing up the night with this
Both the movie and the beer only get better with age. cheers!
Weihenstephan Vitus, followed by Weihenstephan Hefeweizen, now drinking Ayinger Altbairisch Dunkel.......might hit up Monchshof Schwarzbier if I have time.
Not everything has to be Heady Topper and Cantillon to be great. Simple and German will do just fine on this Friday evening.
Just finished a Beau's Screamin' Beaver while listening to some tunes.
Russian river damnation 23
Very good. A little sour. I tried consecration before I drank this, but it was too sour for me. I finished it but I didn't enjoy it, no review due to the fact I didn't like the style. Never tried a wild ale before.
Had some unremarkable stuff over the last 2 hours.
Now sharing a Cascade Kriek! Back to good beer!
Don't trust 'im, he only has one hand!
I'm starting with New Glarus Serendipity.
Second and last bottle of this one. Bottle bomb exploded all over the table and proceeded to foam for a while after pouring off the first glass. Definitely has gained a great funk and even more tartness. Awesome. 1000th review tasting, this is #998.
Some Narwhal and then onto a 5 Rabbit's 5 Vulture while enjoying some umphrey's mcgee summercamp 12 from the archives. Jam fans here I am learning.
I had a vasectomy today and not supposed to drink. Shhhhhh having a Backwoods Bastard as we speak. Yummy
Nothing flashy - 75cl Westmalle Tripel. Delicious!