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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by RPH2327, Jul 26, 2014.
Sure he's happy! He was lapping at you beer when you turned your head.
I had once last night myself...after a few oz of this you won't care bout skeeters.
Beer #400, cheers!
Kids are in bed, the family is gone back to their homes, and the wife and I are sitting around debating what to watch on TV.
Decided it was late enough I only needed a "small portion", and wanted a sour.
Wicked Weed Black Angel, a bourbon aged sour stout with cherries. Probably my favorite, or close favorite beer, ever.
I can't get enough of this beer. Wish I had more..
Best one yet, am I right?!
That's what's (was) in my glass, certainly, and might take the prize for being my favorite so far and the most underrated so far. Check it: http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/140/127723/?ba=fmccormi
Ri0, here's my pic:
This beer makes me feel all woodsy, like I oughta be in the mountains (either Nor Cal or New England, preferably both.) Here's your music video, you hyenas.
"As we move past weakness and that sound we can't forget, we remember those days from the pillow on our bed" (yadda yadda yadda, crunchy sentiments, beautiful music)
One of my favorite stouts, almost forgot I had one left (2, actually) in the bottom of my fridge. Such a palate pleasing brew.
Well was at a birthday party this afternoon and into the night. It was a 14 year old's birthday party and his dad will be coaching my oldest son's baseball team (again), she would be a fun season! While sitting there drinking a few Sam Adams Summer Ales and talking with some friends we only see at birthday parties and New Years Eve we were told that 50 Aussies would be showing up! It's a travel baseball team from Australia that the birthday boy and Dad played against in a weekend tournament! Totally cool talking with some folks from the Southern Hemisphere!
Well anyway like I said I had a few of these:
And found this in the fridge:
Last years beer? Not caring drank it down, was still pretty tasty!
Staying with Sixpoint for my next beer. I could easily see this as being a great tailgate beer. The only college game I probably will go to this year is Iowa at Maryland in October and I will have some of these for pregame festivities.
@Sixpoint You need to get some more beers at the shoppette on Dover AFB. The only Sixpoint beers available today was two 4packs of Rad. Everything is stored cold and from the looks of it the shoppette has descent turnover excluding Aprihop and Torpedo from early Arpil.
Citra Mania single hop IPA from Town Hall Brewery in MN.
Right on time!
Horseheads Black Horse Ale (Black IPA). Can't believe there is a town called Horseheads in NYS. Reminds me of this:
This bottle is from the first batch to hit Arkansas last year ,when we still got waxed bottles. The coffee is gone but the chocolate and peppers still pop
Listening to this..........If you have never heard of John Prine do yourself a favor and check him out
Three Floyds Chevalier Bertrand du Guesclin. It's an American wild ale in wine barrels with blueberries. Floyds finally got a sour right! This is way better than expected. Tons of fruity brett along with a slight blueberry note. Seek this out if you're a fan of sours.
Everyone else went to bed already. So its me, Cheddar, and a MW3
Drinking this fine offering from Foothills Brewery here in North Carolina. It's their IPA of the month - July version. Damn tasty if I don't say so myself.
This is one of my top two IPA's, such a great beer. Cheers all!
Didn't know they were canning. Picked a bottle of their Resolute earlier this year... haven't popped it yet.
So I have always referred to this beer as "liquid diabetes," but after a year, man this is smooth and delicious. Almost regretting sharing this...
lol - and thanks!
Seriously though, the first rule of Cheese Advocate is: You do talk about Cheese Advocate.
It's a winner - not better than Little Sumpin' Sumpin' necessarily - equally good but different - that 1% abv difference - and whatever else might've been tweaked - really changes the ale.
lol - it may be - hit lotsa 90's stuff today... \m/ \m/
That's just great news!
Hill Farmstead's What is Legitimacy, picked up at their brewery on Thursday. Amazing beer!
Love the label, looks good, cheers!
Murphy's Irish Stout. Better than Guinness.
A couple more visits to camp. The Chico King with 3 Floyd's was kind of a let down.
Myron's Walk is one I would love to get more of.
And, to switch it up a bit while more Camp beers get cold, a delicious and well worth the price tag beer.
Thanks, I guess they call it/her the Yankee Doodle Dani (?)
This was a tough loss tonight. After we handled the Motor City Kitties so easily I really thought we were going to go on a roll.
For some reason my little brother who barely even drinks to begin with, can't get enough of sours. It's not a style I'm totally into just yet, but at the price I pay for some of this shit there's no way in hell he's gonna indulge on my dime...fuck him. Btw I love my family.
I lived in Germany for 4 years and this one never tasted quite right bottled, but on tap it was hard to beat.
One of my favorite summer beers out of our favorite glass. 10 days old and awesome.
Can't say I enjoy that beer at all, but to each his/her own!
@SS114 Shawn said to hurry up and drink it, so who am I to argue?
Drinkin' with an old friend...
In Birmingham, Alabama at a hotel bar. First was Good People Brewing IPA
Then it was a Good People Brown paired with GP Brown beer battered fish and chips
Then my favorite beer of the night, Trim Tab Brewing's Pillar to Post Brown in proper glassware. This was a really nice brew.
It's a great session beer. Love canned session beers.
Got back from a week in VT last night with a stop over in MA.
Started tonight with some Susan.
Now i'm sipping on some SAP.