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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Bitterbill, Jan 13, 2013.
I adore this brew...nice following some Oak Aged Yeti.
so it seemed apropos to listen to...
Beautiful addition to the family!
Working on a Cantillon Iris. My first. Absolutely delicious. Cheers.
Love me some Hendrick's, so counts in my book. What is the story with the Jack Rudy Tonic?
I'm sorry that I have neglected to mention that there are no more undefeated hoops teams. At least you make great beer up there.
in a word, it is amazing. completely changes the drink when you use tonic and then club soda as opposed to some form of tonic water
Heavy Seas Bourbon Barrel Below Decks
Still going strong!!!
How is that? I've been seeing it on the shelf, but didn't jump on it today.
After a very long day at work i went for an 09 vertical epic and wow did this beer Age well
Picture sucks today, but the most important thing is that this beer is AMAZING. Cheers everyone.
Needed a lighter brew after a late night last night. This seemed like a good choice. I remember night being overly crazy about it when first getting into craft. I think my opinion will have changed. Cheers!
I don't always drink Bolt Cutter.
but when I do, it's really tasty.
With the black and tan discussions, how could I not try this...
It's solid. Pretty light on the barrel aging. Still letting it warm up as I sip on it.
Pretty good, though I'm real interested in seeing how these honey buns age over time. I mean..
Looks interesting, and I will have to check it out for sure. Cheers!
2012 Surly Darkness. Cheers.
2013 Bigfoot. Sorry, don't really feel like going through the hassle of posting a pic tonight.
3rd and last beer. Another homebrew since I brewed today. A friends Christmas Ale. Probably needs a year to mellow the spices, since that's how all of his Christmas Ale's have been... so here is to 2012 homebrew in 11 months!
Black and Tan with WnB and Racer 5. Inspired by the Black and Tan thread.
Time for a tasty barrel aged stout to finish the night...cheers ~
Tonight I had Leffe Blonde, The Perfect Crime, Sam Adams Winter Lager now I'm having some Narragansett Lager. When that's done I'll have some red wine. ONCE AGAIN, I'm drunk on a Sunday. I'm sick of going into work feeling like shit on Monday. Story of my life:
How is this one? I have each of these in the fridge, wondering if it is worth trying.
Once again, beer plans take an odd turn—no Heady tonight. Went over to Alto Cinco in Syracuse and had a pint of Sly Fox O'Reilly's Irish Stout. Heady tomorrow, I promise.
I went half and half and honestly, WnB is SO coffee forward that it's hard to taste any Racer. It's definitely lighter, but I'd go 2/3 Racer 1/3 WnB if you're going to try it.
White Oak Jai Alai
An end to a perfectly fine evening...
Had a Terrapin WnB Oatmeal/Coffee Imp. Stout age in Jim Beam Barrels for 13mnth. Excellent!! I just wish the pour was more than 6oz, had to have 2. At the Kickback Gastro Pub in Jacksonville, fl. Also stopped at the Green Room brewery and picked up a growler of an Orange Blossom Barley Wine and their DIPA. Trying the barley wine now and its not bad at all.
Winding down the weekend with a mellow night, having a Westbrook IPA (damn tasty) and probably wrap it up with a Head Hunter.
alright this is my last one.. i have to wake up in the morning. cheers everyone!
Now for some after dinner coffee.
shorts brewing, cup a joe.
Got this mug from my sister for Christmas, figured it was the appropriate glassware while watching some Dexter.
Mikkeller Funky E Star
LNBA 4 Lizife!!!
Pictures of the 'Cuda are great...love the backdrop, not to mention the ride.
Received this as an extra a while back and hot damn this is tasty. LOTS of going on here, Cheers BA!
Deschutes Red Chair