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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Dools9, Jan 25, 2013.
some Founders Breakfast stout now
Another Sucks and:
Who would've known the only good thing out of Florida would be beer?
In honer of my son's birthday 10-10-12, this is the line up:
Hopslam (10% ABV)
Black Chocolate Stout (10% ABV, Thx TX-Badger)
Palo Santo Marron (12% ABV, what a guy thx again TX-Badger)
First time Goose Island Cherry Rye BCS. AMAZING
Founder's Imperial Stout. Something to warm me up, as it's only 20F out.
Interstate 75 is a pretty good thing out of Florida.
Strugglin' with the banana/clove flavors in the Weihenstephaner hefe weiss bier. I'll soldier thru it, but honestly, I prefer American wheats.
Bar by my house just put Old Curmudgeon and Old Rasputin on tap. But before I go, figured I'd have a warm-up with dinner. Kielbasa and scalloped potatoes....
It's not a shaker pint, it's a 7 oz pour.
Oh, sweet! They haven't started doing that down here in Tampa.
And now, the other beer everyone has been drinking this week:
an amazing ipa
Next up BCBS coffee on tap, 7 oz pour. So delicious!
Fresh juicy growler of Nelson on a rainy So. Ca. Friday
Got a nice fresh sixer of Noble Pils. I absolutely love this beer. Looks great in my pilsner glass.
It would be beyond awesome if this beer came in six packs of tallboys like Narragansett. Beach beer, tailgate beer, cookout beer, summer beer in general. I'd buy it by the truck load.
Boulevard Double Wide
Cigar City Jai Lai
Starting the weekend with this tasty hoppy farmhouse ale:
Cheers BAs ~
that would be a perfect summer
Fullsteam Beasley's Honey White growler. Friggen delicious.
What bottle shop did you pick up a mix six at?
Had to indulge once more.
photo-46 by JoEBoBpr, on Flickr
Cheers. Will def change it up after this one.
There is snow on the ground here tonight, which happens very rarely in my area. Thought I needed to break out something a little heavier to start with. Damn good beer.
Cheers to that!
I notice Prairie is based in Krebs. Is it an offshoot of Choc?
I was told that its the ex brewmaster from Coop, who went to Redbud, then started this one up. I'm liking everything I've tried so far. Highly recommended bro!
tiny shop near SE59 and Sooner. Owner is a big beer lover.
Exciting night. Started off with my first Lag Sucks. Next will be my first homebrew... A Belgian white.
Very cool, I'll have to check them out!
What a find for a Friday night!
Now onto some Odell Red, another personal favorite. Kinda glad in a way this is only a seasonal as its short window of availability allows me to appreciate it even more.
Moving onto another solid SN offering.
Drinking my first few of these. It's great but for me personally it gets overshadowed by both the Enjoy By and Palate Wrecker I had last week
Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA.
May i never forget how delicious this beer is.
Not a HUGE selection, but it's the only place in the city I could find Fade to Black vol 3, a while back. He'll work with ya.
I was pleased to see that Captain Lawrence is making a push into NJ- picked up a sixer of their extremely nice Kolsch-
It definitely is well-served in that glass. They go down fast that way, too!
Behind it are some other potential choices for the rest of the night. It's looking like a good one- cheers!