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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Dools9, Jan 11, 2013.
I want to go to there.
Parents had their 27th anniversary and I stopped by to try some of their '93 Vintage Dom Perignon. It was great. Now some Lagunitas Sucks--this stuff is already hard to find in Atlanta and it's only been out a week or so
Splitting this with my wife. If you are craving coffee this will scratch your itch nicely, and for only $5.99 a bomber to boot
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For me, the best thing Stone has ever done. Seems like I just finished off my EB 12-21's, pic taken at Stone ?
Listening to Hooded Menace, why can't I link it?????
We picked up 4 bottles today. Some of my trading partners may be getting them.
FFF Rye Da Tiger
Happy Friday BA's
I'll have a taste, please.
Brooklyn Lager wouldnt be my first choice, but goddamn does that sandwich sound good.
Just copy the link from youtube and paste.
I've moved on to the second half of Great Divide
Yes!!!! You rule, Mr. G!!!!
Not really my first choice either, but I had it, and it's still pretty good.
Good man, pay it forward with the good stuff. I'm packing up a boatload of fresh Alpine for all my brothers in law in St.Louis who have never had it, they have no idea its on the way.
Be-Jesus, thats sounds delicious ! And are those homemade chips along side ?
Exactly. Hopefully they appreciate it as an "extra".
Stift Engelszell Gregorius!
but big stouts are coming later
Sorry I didnt explain as I was recording vokills for a song heheh
Stillwater Sensory Series V.1 - Lower Dens, cheers!
What are your thoughts on this? How does it compare to Rochetfort, Westvleteren or Westmalle?
They are indeed. If for whatever reason you're ever in bowling green, ky, hit HOME cafe. They are amazing.
Happy Friday BA's! Cheers!
This shit is better than Breakfast Stout!!
So it's 3 weeks later...who cares? It's still delicious!
Hoppy Friday BAs!
because you never know when your next beer might be your last!
lou pepe kriek and getting ready for gold rush - haven't had this one in years and still as good as i remember
So far today:
Dos Equis (sue me I was thirsty and it was the only beer in my brother's fridge)
Uncle John's Cider (in a can)
Three Floyds Alpha King (draft)
Schlafly Tasmanian IPA
2011 BCBS so smooth like this song
it's solid. nothing life-changing. it's most certainly not a classic dubbel or tripel (or quad, if you want to use that terminology). unfortunately a little boozy - typically my favorite thing about the dark trappists is that they hide the alcohol exceptionally well. however, if the alcohol was gone, it'd be a bit too thin.
i'd drink it again, but won't seek it out again.
Popping another cherry tonight:
I can't decide which one looks better - the salad or the sandwich that someone took a dump on. Cheers to you both!
Enjoying a few HT at home this evening.
Picture is from last night at a brewing session with some friends. Besides the Chimay Speciale Cent Cinquante, we shared a Westy, and some oaked imperial stout & Belgian pale ale homebrews. Not a bad way to spend a Thursday night.
Good to see there are a lot of Maiden fans on BA. Last saw Maiden last summer at Great Woods...err Tweeter Center...err Comcast Center.
I'm glad I ate it before you likened the apple butter to shit.
Haha oh come on. You're not afraid of bottles outside of the shower are you??
I can't believe this is first time I've ever had this. For shame!
Kind of a drive from Long Beach Ca, BUT.....If i am ever near that place i'm stuffing my pie hole with that sammy!
After a long and boring day at work, this tastes pretty damn good.
And I just learned that Ryan Young of Trampled By Turtles has a badass side project - go to 3:30 to hear an awesome Beatles cover:
No pictures because I still haven't figured out how to do it - started with a HUB Abominable Winter Ale and now sipping on a La Cumbre Elevated IPA - later a Founders Red Rye and then a Cigar City Oak Aged Jai Alai
Really like the Elevated IPA - what do others think of it?
Benelux Grande Armada Réserve, imperial brown ale aged in Bourbon barrels.