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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by djrn2, May 21, 2015.
Trying something different.
Just landed in Ireland. Had to get me a Guinness!
Another cloudy cool start to the day here.....
Drink well and enjoy!
Oh my, lookee here
The best lager I've ever had!
Brewed in Wisconsin.
He wasn't ready for a Heady....
A good morning indeed.
Haha, not ready for it? He's already at second base with it!
It has been a while since I have had one of these. Time to revisit.
Found some 16 day old Troegs Sunshine Pils on the shelf, got it chilling.
A pretty solid stout
My first Indian pilsner...
Good morning BA! I think I might actually make it onto page 1 today? Enjoying some Damnation at Monk's Cafe. Cheers
A fine grey morning continues.
One of my favorites............. Cheers.
Still one page at lunch time? Slow day. Time for a new favorite, Citra IIPA!
Pre-gaming at Falling Rock Taphouse with @tulpenhiney. Drinking a Barrel-aged Old Chub- tasty!
What the Fork n Spoon!? Bought this over the weekend from a hole in the wall store. Cracked it open, poured a glass and there was a million little floaties in my beer! Grrrr Next time I will be more cautious at new places..
Couldn't get a good pic but their there.
Had to crack something else open to calm me down...
Well good afternoon or morning depending. Giving a beer a chance that I thought I'd never drink since its everywhere. Easy to find beers mean to me that its not that good usually. Not in this case, stone really did something nice with this beer. Im a citra hop whore so i like i said before to anyone who has read my posts, if its done right i always fall inlove with beers that feature it well. Buddy of mine left a bottle for me to try and I'm glad he did!
This is the 1st stone beer i actually like. The 2.0 might have something to do with it. Never liked ruination before.
My first eisbock...was really impressed.
Bell's Expedition Stout
Check came back from a successful annual checkup from the Urologist and i'm still under 200 so that's a reason to celebrate. Wish I knew how good these are - I would have bought a case at $3 each.
That's a beautiful picture.
Going with a SC beer today, my first from River Rat in Columbia, SC their Moncks Corner Abbey Ale (3.94)
Going MoTown on this Throw Back Thursday with Levi Stubbs and The Four Tops...
rainy cool day here... so why not have a beer
Brooklyn BCS. 11-12 and 13-14.
It is indeed a cold rainy day here.
The 11-12 is awesome. Very smooth. Rounded out nicely and calmed the heck down.
The 13-14 is still the same aggressive beer it was at bottling. This is an overwhelming beer near-every time I drink it. Fortunately I don't drink it that often... One of the best per-case values on the planet for years... Both last forever, taste great, and change over time.
As good as Heresy say is this is about as Meh. Tastes like a decent regular BW but barrel aged and a barrel aged price??? Nope
Beautiful, sunny day today in the northland. The grass is as green as we remember it before the fall, and the sun is shining as bright as can be. Speaking of bright, I'm really enjoying the bright, citrus notes in this lovely offering from TG. Cheers to all my fellow day-drinking BA geeks and geekettes!
Pretty beer. Wonderful floral aroma from the Noble hops. Great herbal flavor along with the crisp malt. Low bitterness, quite dry on the finish, both good attributes for my tastes.
First beer from Jack's Abby that will be a repeat purchase. This Pils is fantastic!