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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Hotmetal1, Jan 6, 2013.
Careful, you don't want to confuse/anger PorkHustle
The correct answer is...drink both.
Poured this on last night, going finish it up now. I have a lot of respect for this brewery, i have not been disappointed by any of their offerings i have had. This excellent belgian has a nice allspice front end taste and a pineapple kick on the back end. Another awesome Bruery belgian.
Cheers my friends!
I believe he has lost posting privileges for the time being so he won't be able to answer my question of whether or not stemless wine glasses are ok to use or if they are still too classy.
Batch 9000 from Bells's. My last bottle and more than likely, the best. Gawd this ages so wonderfully and look at the head on that sucker!
This is really nice. Wouldn't mind it if the coffee was a bit calmer on the finish though.
Watching football today, although I don't care too much about the games. Game 2 should be exciting though. I'm really just excited to have hockey back.
Great Lakes Burning River P.A. Love the use of malts in this brew. Great Lakes continuously puts out solid offerings across the board. Cheers!
I didn't get to post a few pics from yesterday so here was a Two Hearted Ale at Kickbacks Gastrobpub here in Jax:
Then later had a Founders Pale Ale:
Today I started with an Arrogant Bastard at European Street Cafe:
I'm not worthy!
Next up is a new style to me. A style I will be drinking more of!
Big gin fan so I had wanted to try this one. Pretty tasty but nothing special. The aged cheddar is stealing the show.
Watching another fairly pathetic football game...What an unexciting weekend as far as football goes. Add teams to the playoffs? No thanks, how about downsizing? Anyways, this is tasty. The cardamon really gives it a different profile. By small portions, do they mean drinking this whole 750 to the dome on my own? I'll find out.
Is that glass from a brewery or just a glass? I like the style of it...
Danger, danger, RiO Robinson. Hehe...I just realized what I done <there.
One of my favorites for a stress day
Miraculously it is both! Just a Dogfish glass. They seem to be pretty popular - see them on here pretty regularly. http://www.dogfish.com/store/glassware/dogfish-head-signature-glass.htm
EDIT: Oh I see what you did there you sly dog.
I say not classy enough.. why is a teku or a tulip ok.. or a flute for gueuze/lambics. But someone uses a wine glass and its sacrilege. . Just dont get it...
Anyways now drinking this..
Wow, super Ninja edit, you are quick! Cheers my man, enjoy the day!
Just got this in a bif.. excited to try it
Ooo, gold rim, now that is the epitome of class. Btw love the avatar
This is terrible, this beer.
Lol thanks.. its avtually a Michelob glass.. got like 6 of em free from midwest supplies.. my go to when im not drinking something special, but deserves more than a pint glass.. love the onesie, my favorite after her packers one.. tho she wont fit into either now..
One cannot fault the look but yeah, it goes down hill from there.
watching some football today, but very excited that hockey is coming back soon! can't wait to watch this guy do cool stuff like this in America instead of Russia.
Watching some NFL Playoff football and drinking this for the first time:
I like most things Lagunitas brews but this is not one of my favorites. Its just ok.
Nice glass tho! :-D
I have some Amstel light flutes that I like to use for sours, in the end they are actually nice glasses. Have you thought about being crafty and turning the onesies into bibs?
I hear ya but I'd say the opposite. I don't like most things Lagunitas. Don't hate me for saying that.
Hopfenstark Boson de Higgs
"Parental Advocate" "What are you thrifting today" Turn your childs crafty onesies into craft bibs, next on HGTV.
No hating here, bro. To each his own. I drain poured a Rochefort 10 so drink what you like.
Nah, have my son due mid february.. hes getting it
Yes! I have many glasses, but I drink almost everything out of my Spiegelau tulips anymore...love 'em!
GASP! MY DEAR LORD! WHO ARE YOU! *no hate, I'm being serious.
Watch who you're calling a parent, for the most part I think "kids" is a four letter word
Nope..at Bourbon Street...in the burbs...going home in a bit to have the good stuff....
Since we are sharing tulip glasses my one and only but very special one is this Baladin glass. Now while it is simple glass, unlike the snazzy Teku one( I think I will buy one shortly) it is special as Baladin glasses are hard to find. As I said in a post about this glass, I just contacted B. United International distributor.
The quote says "Because beer is the ground" or also the earth!
And here is my collection of Italian bottles thus far:
That my friend, is a really trippy picture. Is it a glass, but it has a growler top?! Did he pour that beer into the growler to aerate it? No it's a mug, no it's a growler mug...I finally got it.