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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Prager62, Oct 27, 2014.
Walking home from nearby market, with other groceries...dropped it. Blew up like a bomb...was stunned for .02 seconds, cleaned up the mess, walked right back and got another. Cheers!
That sucks, but ya manned up and bought another
Time for a nightcap, another Beer Camp beer. Maillard's Odyssey, really nice porter. I swear I smelled Cocoa Puffs at one point!
DARK HORSE BREWING - Fore Smoked Stout
Long night behind the screen...
We deserved to lose that. At least my 2 fantasy teams held up their end.. Two Brothers Side Kick Extra Pale Ale next.
UG! That wasn't what I was expecting...the pic pretty much tells the story...Cowboys lose by 3...
Drining an Innis & Gunn Bourbon Aged Stout. Cheers!
Monday so far:
Stone Smoked Porter With Chocolate & Orange Peel
Trader Joe's Josephsbrau Heller Bock
Mendocino White Ale
Victory Winter Cheers
Carving pumpkins with my wife and enjoying this:
IMAG1994 by Douglas Hammett, on Flickr
Gearing up for my birthday tomorrow- gonna head up to Seattle for the day. Black Raven is calling my name!
Let me be among the first to wish you a happy one!
Happy b-day my is next Wednesday!
one of my favorite beers ever. Horchata inspired ale with rice,vanilla beans and cinnamon.
Have a few left over from Saturday night and loving every time this fantastic beer floods my taste buds.
How are the treatments going? I hope well.
Couldn't recognize or pick up blitzers & stopped running the ball for reasons that fail me. That D isn't gonna do it by its self. Hopefully WE learned something from this loss...
Square Grouper....DANK!!! Thanks @Kevinpitts !!!
Ending on a two Brothers Outlaw IPA. LNBA4life!
2 good fall beers
A fresh night cap:
Thanks, man- Happy [early] birthday!
I appreciate your bday wishes as well, @Prager62 !
Working hard to make a dent in this growler of Three Hour Tour, a milk stout that does indeed taste like a liquid Mounds bar. It's delicious, but I don't think I can drink much more--feels like work!
not the stoic such a good beglain quad
My last Red.
I'll take courage out of all those but those are all my favorites.
My first GOSE (pronounced "goes-uh"). The saltiness remindes me of a margarita while the tartness feels like champagne. The Hibiscus was a nice touch as it drowns out the corriander somewhat.
I know I've said it before but I loved that 2011! Was yours as "chunky" as mine was?
That's what men do, push the situation aside and get another bottle. Problem solved.
I love BA Stouts. The sweet bite of kentucky bourbon in a nice imperial stout is just like icing on the cake. So sometimes when I enjoy a non-BA stout like this, I will add just a cap full of quality bourbon to the bottom of the glass before the pour. Very much improved...tastes like Barrel Aged! Anyone else do this?? I've done it with Narwhal, Double Stout, FBS, Stone RIS, Double Cream Stout, Founders Porter....Always improves my drink!
You're quite welcome, my friend! So glad you liked it.
Indy had his last full vaccine treatment last week, along with chemo and the other infusion. He has one more chemo, and it's not for another 3 weeks from now. Then monthly boosters for the vaccine. He's handling it like a champ. He had a really bad reaction to the first round of chemo, but they have since cut the dose and he's doing awesome. Thanks for asking.
The death of a good beer is always sad indeed.