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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mbeerdino21, Jul 12, 2014.
...saturday so far. cheers. xoxo.
Best of luck! Cheers!
I'm celebrating my 1st Anniversary today here on Beer Advocate!! I had been poking around the site for awhile, but after purchasing my BA Mexican Cakes on this day last year, I took the plunge and haven't looked back. I guess you could say that my savings account has also taken a plunge! It's been a great ride so far and I look forward to many more years. Tonight's offering is a local pecan porter by Tradesman Brewing Company. Cheers!
Starting some Saturday evening libations with this:
Very solid APA!
Nah, I lit my local spots on the regular so the finder wouldn't do me much good.
Gose Gone Wild on draft!
. Nectar of the Gods, that stuff
had a White Rajah but now this
Yea, I mean if you know the distro details from an insider, it won't be of much help. I've gotten almost all of my Stone special releases from random grocery stores (that I'd have never checked) had I not used the Beer Finder, though.
O'so Brewing Hop Whoopin'. Sun is finally out, so time for some deck time. Cheers BA's!
Lost Coast Raspberry Brown - maybe on paper it worked. A handful of dark chocolate covered almonds helped me see it through.
A fantastic IPA
Congrats! Is that porter any good?
Tank 7 > Namaste > CS Origins
Friend visited there today. I think it is the same folks/place as the Westport Vineyards. Need to make a trip.
Love the Breckenridge glass, I own it. I'm drinking out of it now.
(reused photo of same beer)
last bottle of my friend's homebrewed, 4.5% ABV simcoe pale ale dry hopped with citra. total homerun.
other than that, all i can tell you is "i'm chillin'," as chris rock used to say. this song has been in my head all day:
A great old ale from Fuller's. Classy packaging.
Insert tells ya all about the past vintages. I think I had 2010 - 2013.
Fanciness aside, this is an ale that goes in a pint
And before I take it to my desk, I'm capping it off.
English ales always make me think of 'Maiden...
While I have come to feel that Piece of Mind is my favorite album, this was the first Maiden album I bought.
Huge in high school. Huge.
Onward with the Carton degustation. Pretty good sour - I get a nutty (cashew) aftertaste from this from the mulberry that I'm enjoying.
Yeah - sour in a Teku.
...i got a IBA on the way, life is good today. Cheers LNBA!
It's decent. All of their brews are quite good and with $10 growler fills of any of their beers, you can't go wrong.
Having a Dogfish Head Aprihop right now, not something I would normally buy but my buddy that works for a beer distributor gave me a bunch for free (as well as some summer coors?). Its pretty good and Im enjoying drinking a style I never would normally have purchased, can sure taste the apricots in this stuff!
Starting easy, but not sacrificing flavor. It looks like we might get another fireworks show tonight with the weather so imma hunker down and drink beer! Cheers!
Lil Opal and I say, "Sorry, Henrik." ...Siiiiiike!
Yeah, $10 is a great deal. I haven't checked them out yet. Any high gravity brews?
Here is my first
Just cracked my second while making my way through this thread. Seeing all the Ruinten and Dirt Wolf has me salivating, but not as much as the Double Jack. More cowbell! and cheers all!
Dude, that is fantastic!
Dig it all! Great beer, great shot ("circle fade" effect)... dogs' expressions! lol
*noobism alert* (*groans from the crowd*) "It's like being behind a student driver"
I'm just throwin' this out there in general, since I've seen it before, but never asked:
Do the ">" indicate the order of drinking, or that one beer is better than another, or can it be contextual?
I skipped lunch today because I was doing some landscaping around the house. Making up for it now!
...brewing market coffee stout via oskar blues. cheers. xoxo.
Enjoying Goose Island's The Ogden while eating a burger and baked beans. It makes for a pretty good pairing, imo.
From what I remember, everything is under 7.5%.
While my buddies are up at Russian River, this is what I have to sip on...still pretty good!
Stopped by Tired Hands for lunch today.
Started with HopHands on-cask with lime and grapefruit puree and double dry hopped with Citra, great stuff.
Then Plastic Magnets, IPA with no hops added during the boil, all hops are added through dry hopping.
Finished the visit with KILNTYN, an English bitter with buckwheat.
Now enjoying Detective Vulpez, sour with hibiscus flower and local cherries.
Raise your glass and turn it up RIP Tommy,Johnny,Dee Dee and Joey
Zombie Dust is my first offering of the night
Today's beach lineup
Homebrewed Irish red - going down pretty easy right now.