Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by precariouslydaniel, Mar 24, 2014.
I've cracked heady close to a year later and it was still amazing! Your right though, less hazy still amazing!
It was pretty good! I was saving that one for a while.
More Spring cleaning.
(This one still has hop resin left! Nice!!)
Great night! Lots of hops and I have to say Chillwave stands tall. The order of service was DirtWolf, HopSlam, 2XOne, ChillWave (lots of caps in the middle?!).
The ChillWave was the freshest and I could tell, however, I love all of these beers so much, each first taste was met with a big Mmmmmmm. I win.
Understand that one all too well and feel your pain. Things always seem to work themselves out and the following quarter makes up the difference. Press on, Beerpadre!
With even more snow on its way tomorrow, I figured Christmas was still in season. And a beer this good is always in season regardless
Mellowing out with what I would consider a great porter and one of my favorites of all time...
I've always wanted to try this. I'm not the hugest fan of this brewery, but I've heard very good things about Larry...
jhartley said: ↑
Too bad ya don't have this...
Or do you?
ahhhh-HA! Speaking of bad tasting novelty beers:
Samuel Smith's imperial stout.
Shiner Whitewing up first for the tick, after that a SN Torpedo...
On to LIME GREEN. Hadda, after the Tangerine/Orange Rye issue…
engineering homework isn't so bad when you're sipping on a beer
Larry is a pretty cool guy. I bought a sixer a few months ago and this is my last one, for some weird reason, I'm enjoying this hoppy D-IPA more with age on it (a complete contradiction to my philosophy of hoppy beers). It's worth a try, if this weren't my last I'd offer to send you a can.
This was great for a normal ABV pumpkin ale. Plenty of fresh pumpkin flavor with brown sugar/caramel/toast/biscuit malts and very well balanced cinnamon/nutmeg/clove/ginger spices. Very nice robustness of flavors as well for 5%
Really nice RIS. Deep roast malt flavors of dark chocolate, cocoa, coffee, char, toast, and a bit of smokiness with a good amount of pine/floral/grassy hops. Great hop/malt balance. People that said this is not to style because its quite hoppy need to remember that the style goes up to 90 IBU; and that this is also fresh.
Great fruit witbier as expected. Plenty of fresh apple juice with pear/white grape yeast fruitiness with nicely balanced coriander/orange peel spices, moderate wheat/bready malts, with floral/grassy earthiness. Very well balanced with nice flavor robustness for the style. Unibroue is on point.
Thanks to Macky20, my NC beer connection.
I'm sitting on one of these now for awhile. What do you think....good as is or do you think a little more age would help it? I almost opened it last weekend, but I was already feeling it a little too much to make the commitment.