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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SerialTicker, Jan 3, 2013.
It's multiple LNBA madness all over again!
I've been told that's "the best pale ale ever" by a couple people.
Just got done drinking a black tuesday, a lagunitas sucks and a bb cereal killer with zaphog
Nice stout my Scandinavian friends brought me over the holidays. I'm not blind, but it even has braille on the label, kinda neat.
Absolutely right on that one! I already reported the thread to Todd & Jason asking to delete it. I looked through the first few pages in the forum and didn't see anything and found it odd at 5:20 PM EST. Trying to be "Like a Boss" and ended up in Human Resources instead!
The newest beer from Odell, Lugene. Can't wait to take this first sip. Got some of the latest seasonal, Red, on deck.
Having this with my upcoming breakfast dinner, though I still have half a growler of Pliny. Sighs I know what a noob move as I should finish it.
Oh you know what is very interesting too? Tom Peters, one of the owners of Monk's Cafe, lives here in Collingswood, and is also a pool owner who stops by my store during the summer. I have had talks with him about beer, and he is surely a great guy to talk to. He even invited me over to Monk's to have some beers with him. I better see him soon then huh?
At least you're still with the company . BTW life has been a little busy lately, but I should have that homebrew out to you early next week
First ever Torpedo. I like it!
I like this thread better... less to catch up on.
Straight from the can heady style?
Founders Dirty Bastard, re-watching Season 1 of The Wire. Forgot just how awesomely awesome that awesome show is.
We're coming off that busy time of year so I completely understand, no problem-o! (Now I can stop staring out our front door like our Greyhounds used to do.)
In the old days, only "less than desirable" tasting beer was available in cans. But now if you put a great beer in a modern can and you've got a winner.
A 16oz can of Yuengling Traditional Lager is what's in my glass right now. I might break my canned beer streak tonight.
Found this in the back of my fridge! Spectacular.
Umm...a 16oz can of Yuengling Traditional Lager is in my glass right now. My drinking cans streak may end tonight.
Except for a few like Rainier Ale and Ballantine XXX in their glory years.
Now there's a local favorite, 40 minutes from my house and I'm not talking about the steak either! (Although that sounds really darn good right now.)
It's been compared to Zombie Dust and there's a split camp on that one, I love both and can't really make a formal call. I was really impressed with the New Glarus - Moon Man also, not quite on the same level but not that far off.
I love unexpected spectacular moments like that, happened to me a few times also! (Dare I say..."FIST PUMP!!" )
Not beer, but...
Wild Turkey bourbon on the rocks. Do you see what you've done, BCBS?!
Two Brothers Northwind Imperial Stout right now.. probably some White Rajah later.. cheers!
Nope, that can of Pako's looked so lonely. I swear I saw a tear run down the doggy's face.
Just got a fresh case today.
This one's next in line. Had it before and it's mighty tasty.
Currently, though? North Coast Grand Cru. An odd one, I'd say.
I love NES and SNES games, especially RPG'S!
Watching my calories this year...or maybe just for the day...
Funky stuff here...
I'll be interested in seeing how this one compares to Moo Hoo myself.
It's 2013, so I guess it's safe.
Drinking Petrus Aged Pale. At $4 per 12oz, it's a great deal. It kind of tastes like apple vinegar with carbonation (but in a good way). Sorry no pic >.<
2012 The Abyss. This bottle cost me $12.25 but I swear....the ones for $10.99 taste better.
Based on my review, I enjoyed this one a more than Moo Hoo. That said, I am biased on this one.
Glad to see you got your hands on this...pretty f'n dope!