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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by wiscokid920, Jan 21, 2013.
This one's for the Italian beer loving BA out there...salud!
Most people like to end with a big stout, but I like to end sour, cheers!
2012 Cascade Blueberry - American Wild Ale AWA
Don't blame it on laziness, milk it and say, "Because I only have one hand right now!"
How was the Green Bullet? Really can't wait to try it.
Saison Dupont and Structures homework.
First one of these. Really like it
Sticking with the ocean theme
There you go: my personal take on it (it being Founders Imperial Stout). Think I prefer them with a little less char and a bit more chocolate depth, but damn that beer is impressive.
2 Sucks, 1 Blithering Idiot, 1 DFH 90.
Thanks, I always thought he kinda looks like the Lagunitas dog
first Epic. not blown away, but in all fairness not my absolute favorite style. could see enjoying this at a BBQ or with some German food
Wayne is a really cool dude, had the pleasure of meeting him recently at my work, (print shop) we did his album cover/sleeve:
Try the double wide brew sometime if you get the chance, it's good! Cheers ~
I am drinking a Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, I love this beer so much, always have some in my fridge. It's also good for converting Guinness drinkers.
Had one of those Saturday night, that's one of my most favorite Alpine brews!
New Holland Cabin Fever...preserving the 'good stuff' as I'm chasing a couple bourbons tonight. The Cabin Fever was on sale for $5.99 a sixer down the street...not too shabby at this price point.
Sometimes one just isn't enough
I have found Epic to be quite hit and miss but as long as they release Big Bad Baptist they will always remain on the way positiver side of the scale for me.
DFH aging experiment #3 - 6/16/11 90 Min IPA.
Serving in the military, I presume?
Enjoying this one again after picking up a 4pk yesterday...
Bell's Black Note Stout with Green Peppercorn Pyrenees Brebis:
Fantastic. Cheers all!
Workin on a 750 of Ithaca's Fourteenth Anniv. Hoppy Black Ale. If Imgur wasn't fighting me tonight you would be able to see how lovely this beer is.
So much better than the 2012 (which was awesome).
Just polished off my last bottle of Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout
One of the best beers I have EVER had. I'm still reeling...
What was your degree in?
Well Dr, As a Systems Analyst in healthcare, I can tell you...not necessarily. The EMR mimics the complexities of providing healthcare today, be patient (pun intended), use constructive criticism, and drink good beer.
Bad beer night. Drinking now a Magic Hat Heart of Darkness Stout. Funky taste. Disappointing. Before that a 22 oz. Sam Adams Alpine Spring lager. Not much flavor. Didn't care for it. 1st time for each. Like to dabble. But new beers fell short. Try try again. Beer on!
3rd, and final one of the night (4:30 AM comes early):
Awesome album, have you seen the mini documenty pitchfork recently made about it?
or just there to enjoy their fabulous beaches
Was unaware of this. Not much of a Modest Mouse fan but I am quite the fan of that particular album, so I will have to check that video out. Thanks.
Thick mouthfeel and almost sticky sweet. This would be a lot better if it was a bit thinner.
Decided to go with a classic
Meeting up with some friends, brought some Surly Abrasive along. Great DIPA.
Fucking awesome choice - both the beer and the music! Cheers bro!
1986 Thomas Hardy's Ale, bottle A31398
I only crack open one a year if, and only if, the temperature dips below 0F.
Needless to say, I've been watching the temp gauges and we're at -2F as of this hour.