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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by belvedere86, Nov 22, 2014.
Hope this last picture was taken well before gametime. I know Purdue and NW aren't football powerhouses, but there aren't many people in the stands!
6.7% alcohol. 60 IBU. Introduced in 1988. Brewed in Oregon.
For the first time I'm really appreciating this cold weather. My beer gets delivered drinking temperature.
Rum Barrel Black Tuesday. Cheers
Happy Birthday and enjoy that Rat!!
I don't always start my day with a beer but when I do, I prefer a Pliny.
No snow in the sierras, so we're drinking.
Keeping it going.
Still really pleased to have 'rediscovered' this.
Just keeping an eye out for my man buzz.
Enjoying a Celebration waiting for the Michigan game at 3:30.
Being from Detroit, I've been listening to artists from the Motor City all day. From MC5:
To Danny Brown:
And everything in between
Drinking Wiseacre Tiny Bomb, packing up a trade and getting ready for some Husky football.
Watching the game with Berkshire's River Ale, a dark american wheat. This is my first foray into the style, and i'll definitely be back! Lots of great notes: toffee, raisin, hay. Check this beer out this fall, New England.
Stopped for lunch and had a Dale's pale Ale for the first time, it was quite good. I will have to keep these in mind for the golf bag next summer.
Back home and rewarding myself with a Zombie Killer after I finished putting up the outside Christmas lights. B Nektar has some fantastic beverages. Time to sit down for a bit and see if any good college football is on. Cheers all!
Gonna relax and try a side-by-side (-by-side) with girlfriend. Couldn't wait for New Beer Sunday on the 9000. Initial sips, thinking I like the regular Gulden Draak best (and it's the darkest?).
I hate posed photos with people, but with beer, the jury's still out.
Drinking like an EIPA this year...Still tasty, however....
Seen a few Jubelales here today. One of my winter favorites -- many a wintertime party I've misjudged the ABV impact of this one.
The label reads... VENUS The Bringer of Peace
Should read... VENUS The Bringer of Disappointment
Maybe... VENUS The Bringer of Drain Pours
Yikes.... I love Bells, but this was a miss for me. Glad it was purchased as a single. Cheers everyone!
This is delicious.
Wife and daughter gone to a birthday party so I'm on the back deck enjoying some quiet time and a free Heady my beer guy gave me. Horrible picture, wonderful beer!
Visited Half Acre today! Awesome tour and delicious beer!
This is Chub Step porter. Also had Space, Daisy Cutter, Hammer Bullet and Vice, Heyoka, and Quakerbridge.
She seems a tad young to be drinking beer. . OH. It was yours?
Gettin' my gluten fix!
Afligem noel now a bbevil urges from shorts this fest is awesome
Second beer of the day...A local brewery here in CT - Cottrell's Stonington Glory Pilsner. I have enjoyed other beers from Cottrell, but not this one. On the pour, very shallow head that is gone in a minute. With the first sip, not much flavor until the bitterness sets in on the finish. And I mean BITTER! This is the bitter end, a bitter beer to swallow, and it leaves a bitter taste in my mouth. I am somewhat bitter that I bought it!
Late lunch of buffalo chicken pizza and Two Hearted at the Tomato Bar. Happy weekend!
Nice choice. Man, I drank I lot of Hopfenweisse a few years back. I'll putting it back in my fridge...
Is that a Weimaraner? The ears ....
First one of these this year and surely won't be my last...
God this fest rocks jewbilation 17 now on tap monster palate wrecker
Double IPA and Dire Straits. Cheers
Love having the woods as my backyard...over a hill, not very far away..."pack it in, pack it out"...
Anderson Valley Winter Solstice
Beautiful photo, it speaks volumes.
Enjoyed a couple new beers to me at lunch, including Jack's Abby Kiwi Rising. Damn, that was delicious. Finished off with a Founders Oatmeal Stout, a delicious and often overlooked brew.
Now, back home and enjoying an absolute classic: DFH Burton Baton.