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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by mbeerdino21, Jul 19, 2014.
One of these... For Hoptimum enjoyment.
Finally found a "whale". The store had about 10 bottles. At $10.99 a bottle I could only buy one.
But it was absolutely worth it.
Try ODELL - Myrcenary next.
That head looks like steamed coffee foam! ~drooling~
De Struise Pannepot 2011. Darker than most quads, but then again, it's more complex than most as well! Ridiculously smooth. Best quad I've ever had! (P.S.- I've had Westy 12)
SCREAM!! Hop Haze!!!!
Wandering Pelican from Cigar City and Great Lakes. Cheers!
I bought it for $7.99 in a couple places in Texas. I would maybe bought 1 at that price. It is a great beer, I just hate it being over priced.
FYI: Your pics never show up as you are trying to upload them from our gmail account.
Awesome. That's all I can say.
Rogue Dead Guy for no reason.
Not bad for 7 years old!
MBC Red Wheelbarrow.
A kiss of ephemeral, slightly vinous note & slightly hoppy.
Reminds me of a reinterpretation of a light Flanders with more up-front hop character.
Did I mention it's very good. Oh. Yeah. It's very good!
The bruery White Chocolate and Chocolate rain....both amazing but blended together tastes like a black and white, half moon cookie! Outstanding!,,,
Here's my review. It's F'ing good, it might cost a little too much, but it's F'ing good
Yeah, fine, one more as a nightcap. A very nice stout here, as I continue the Texas trend!
Here's one with an angler fish on the label; it's reminding me of my younger son right now, who is spending the weekend with his Grandfather learning how to fly fish in Trout Town, USA (Roscoe, NY). I just know the little angler is having the time of his life. On to the beer-
Lots of bitter chocolate and a hint of lemony citrus to keep it interesting. Great balance, too, with the bitterness pushed to the edge but not crossing it.
Awesome post!! Thought Brule, WI was flyfishing USA.
I meant TROUT TOWN. Haha.
Oskar Blues - Dale's Pale Ale. This is one of my favorites. It's been a while since I had it. I passed it up the last 3 times I was at the store because I wanted to try something new. Today I saw it was the last cold sixer in the cooler and I just couldn't ignore my old friend... mmmmm.
I'm sure there is more than one good spot in the country- but they all sure do seem to like patting themselves on the back for some reason.
Look to the cookie!
Stone RuinTen, Done.
Now having a rustic bowl of Chicken Posole with a double decoction Saison.
Had this earlier:
Beer Camp Maillard's Odyssey, a delicious dark ale
Then had a little Cuvee de Tomme:
- Impressive. Outdid my expectations.
You are blessed!!
Going with this as the closer, thanks to @totalbangover for the assist
First sip in and amazing. Salute to the 1st place Giants!
Last one of an excellent lineup: Goose Island Bourbon County Barleywine 2013. I've had this multiple times before, but it never fails to amaze me every time! Wonderful dark fruits, sweet carmel/toffee (maybe even butterscotch??), big vanilla from the barrel, oak, even some light dark chocolate from the previously barreled bcbs. I thought 2011 Pannepot would be the most complex of the night, but I was wrong!
No need for TWO HEARTED when this is available everywhere. The TWO HEARTED hype machine must be STOPPED!!!
Shelf turd birthday beer...
After this great Superpower IPA at Comrade earlier this afternoon...
Just had a Superfun! Pale ale from Other Half brewing over at Pony Bar in NYC followed by this
Green flash White ipa
stopped at Ballast point and had a Grunion pale ale, which was very good, then bought summa deez:
Very good stuff!
Agree, in Southern CA I paid $9.99 for a 12 ounce bottle, way overpriced. I would rather prefer a BA stout than this. It is good but not worth the price and I bought three bottles.
One of my favorites, very smooth with a few months on it, the booziness subsides. My two sons love the Angler fish.