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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Defiant, Jan 18, 2013.
Inspired by my buddy smokeshow, let's here it
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beech and hard cider
rock maple and Mich lights.
I am burning a combo of ash, maple and Envi-bricks...
No one better judge what I am burning or I will rip you a new one...just say'in
However, I am drinking Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre...better than what I am burning....
I'm drinking hickory and burning odvka.....got an early start
As long as you're keepin' warm Gamma, it's all gooder.
Oak, and I quit drinking alkyholic beverages many moons ago.....mostly.
Your typing isn't slurred too bad just yet.
Burning Pine, and quit drinking about.....umm...what time is it?
burning red oak,drinking sailor jerry rum
Box elder, and milk-we don't do alcoholic beverages round here.
Not burning anything today- 57 for the high,52 right now.But will be having a few Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ales very shortly....
Red Oak and wild blueberry juice mixed with club soda.
Just lit up first in over a week... Too busy with sick kids. Initial load of some maple and mixed light stuff to warm up then some monster 3yr oak for the overnighter later
For drink I just popped a Spa ten Optimator
Cleanfire Hardwoods & Clear liquids...That time again...
Burning a mix of 3 year old pignut and ash, and its getting way too warm in here!. Finishing up a Vanilla soy milk/coffee mug at the moment, but I've got some cold "Old Leghumper Porter" in the frig. Its made by the "Thirsty Dog Brewing Co" here in Ohio.
Love that Spaten Optimator.Great stuff,very smooth for it being 7.2%ABV. Paulaner Salvator Double Bock @ 7.9% is pretty good also.
Way to go Gamma, the best Dogfish brew by far.
Thistle you and I seem to have very similar taste in beer... Great minds they say...
I also have a couple of those winter abbeys around for the next round.
Burning oak, Geneva pellets(not happy with them) and drinking Harpoon IPA
Ash and Budweiser. We don't do box elder around here!
Lol...it was some of the first stuff we scrounged. needs more reloads, but it's 75 inside and 25 outside, so I'm happy with it.
red oak and a nice home brewed ale a friend brought over last weekend. Cheers!
Oak along with some other unidentifiable hardwood and Yuengling Black and Tan. Nice chill in the air up here in the Northwest Jersey hills...
Ash and locust, keystone light!
Jeds n horsepiss... thanx for asking Joe.
Oh and eatin pizza!