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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Dools9, Jan 11, 2013.
Was thinking about making it a Bolt Cutter night, but its Friday and I didn't want it to be a one and done night ( and a 15% 750mL barely wine would almost certainly be one and done for me). Plus I hadn't had an IPA in about a week. So figured I'd start with this one. Great aroma, but I'm being let down by the taste.
Sitting outside on the patio.. 60*, fire in the chiminea, enjoying some good music and this beer.
Homebrewed Galaxy Belma IPA... Man it's so good... I'm gonna kill this keg tonight, I swear. I'm in a drinkin mood!
Drinking a Dogfish Head Immort Ale, then a Knee Deep Simtra Triple IPA thanks to PerHops !! Then moving on to one of the Arcadia Ales BB Cereal Killers I got yesterday !!
A just purchased Two Roads Road To Ruin DIPA. Have NEBCO Sea Hag and Gandhi-Bot waiting in growlers, but had to try Two Roads initial offering. Cheers.
2011 Goose Island Pere Jacques @ local deli w/ dinner
No pictures tonight, but I'm starting the weekend with Boulder Beer Company Killer Penguin
Finished the last little bit of RareR, now on to this tried and true undead brew:
I'm not even sure if this worthy of a glass...
This may be blaspheme, but I believe Machine Head does a better job with Hallowed be Thy Name than Iron Maiden does. Well you be the judge...
Same here, Im so fucking challenged when it comes to posting my pics here ! Can someone walk me through how to do it from my camera or i-phone ?????
My favorite RR sour:
Long day at work, and now time for some Dirty Bastard!
2008 Goose Island Reserve Pere Jacques. There is so much stuff suspended in this beer it looks like a jello salad. Tastes good though, so cheers!
Drinking Otto in Oak now. Pretty good stuff! Much better than the regular version of the beer.
I'm not barefoot and soaped up in a confined space with lots of hard surfaces while drinking outside the shower . Similar reasons why I don't take bottles to the pool or beach.
I know, I know... I just posted drinking a Founders Imperial Stout, but hey, it's been a rough day and BA is a judgement free zone right?
Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Imperial Red
That is my favorite of the easily obtainable ones. Beat takes the cake overall, but that one is damn good as well!
Brown Shugga. Still have plenty of Celebration in the fridge that needs to be moved to make room for Hopslam.
This is what we do to 3 day old's in the Keweenaw. Gotta learn to live at some point. Cheers!
*Eagle Harbor Lighthouse in the background, Eagle Harbor, MI.
I'd say Temptation is right on par with Beat, but I agree... Temptation is the bee's knees. Wish I saw Russian River distribution here in MN...
Got a video I made coming up, you metalhads!
NeBco BA Ist - Really enjoying it!
Having a Two Hearted , very good beer , no time for picture , watching movie with wife , 2013 Bigfoot Next up
I think Beat has an incredible degree of sourness thats unmatched by the other RR wilds. All are excellent though, really.
"From this perspective, the history of the Caribbean appears not as history of particular island societies or individual imperial systems viewed as independent sites of autonomous causal sequences, but as a historical mosaic of interrelated, interdependent, mutually formative loci of relations and processes of commodity production and exchange, political power, and social domination—discontinuous, asymmetrical, nonsynchronous, but unified through the multiple spatial-temporal dimensions of the world economy."
Think I've had enough reading for tonight; time to go out for a beer.
p.s., bonus points for anyone who can tell me exactly what "periodicities" means
I'm easing into it tonight while I cook some dishes in advance of tomorrow's festivities-
A damn fine Czech black lager, and a great first beer of the evening.
Hopefully I get to relax later and bring out something worth savoring- but this one accompanies a task really well. Cheers!
So.. dinner time.. I downed 3 of my homebrew Belma's Galacxy IPA's..
Moved to this guy, in honor of cleaning out my kegerator.. this was in the back.
SN Oatmeal Stout from the Beer Camp. Man thats good still!
Drinkin that on the porch still, with a homemade bacon/egg/cheese sammich and hashbrowns.. hell yes.
Now I'm working on a Great Lakes burning river IPA...
Good stuff. Cheers all!!
Whoa. Dat lace.
Visited Tired Hands brewery in Ardmore PA this evening to load up on some growlers for the weekend's football games:
Nigel is fantastic.
Welcome to the Chi..
Enjoying this while catching up on Once Upon A Time...
That sounds like a passage from someone attempting to sound smarter than they actually are.
Goose Island's take on a Dubbel, Pere Jacques, yum!