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Posted By Boom Stick,
Dec 3, 2012 at 6:57 PM
I have drunk nat light before but i don't drink much now.
Plain ole Bud.
I used to hate it years ago, used to give me a headache.
Now I really like it.
red hook long hammer right now.
The winter beers are out now, so recently been doing Freemont Brewery--Abominable Winter Ale 8%
Deschutes Brewery--- Jubelale 6.7%
I have a keg of Dark Horse Too Cream Stout. It is quite tasty. I already finished a Dark Horse One Oatmeal Stout this year. 1/6 barrels last about 6 weeks here.
White Birch Brewing "Hooksett Ale". It's what they call a Belgian IPA. Oh my god is it friggin fantastic
I prefer a lite beer for breakfast.
I try to stick with the free stuff, when thats not available its whatever is on sale.
I have a quarter of genny cream ale on tap. Halfs are not available. Also a case of high gravity hurricane (8.1% Alcohol) for guests.
Just being cooled now for tonight's tasting is the 1554 from New Belgium. A nice black ale.
I like 1554.Was away on business someplace where they had it on tap, and no other reasonable brews and grew a love for it
Guinness, Amber Bach, or a good Lager. Can't stomach the light stuff. My brother drinks Busch but I just don't like it
Right now a Lake Placid imperial pumkin. Also there is Sam Adams Wee Heavy in the cellar its a 10%
Boom Stick we can't get any new belgium here. Hell we can't even get Great Lakes here!
Where are you in the capitol district? I'm in Albany.
Russian Imperial Stouts and Hacker Pschorr is on the current "to drink" list.
Anything from three Floyds but their imperial (darklord) is rock'in
WARNING: this stuff will make you tip over in short order.
your glass is too adorable! I drank a beer last year to satisfy my brother in law, who just cannot fathom the idea that I don't dig beer. It was one of the Sam Adams, though I forget which one. He, of course, will not drink any of my delicious and....."aggressive" rum concoctions....something to do with the fear of landing on his face or something.
I just got introduced to new belgium....not in my area...you try snowy day? pretty awesome
I live in Altamont.....just brought home 3 cases of new belgium from north carolina....my brother lives there and they have all kinds of beer and breweries there....no joke. I ma sure you buy beer at westmere or olivers? expensive but they have good beers
Upland's Bad Elmer porter. Good local brew.
I am dying to get my hands on some russian river beers........anyone here have access to them? Pliny the elder and Pliny the younger. We have plenty of good beers here that are not all over.
Doesn't three floyds have a once a year sale that you have to buy a ticket to and it does not guarantee you even get to buy the beer?
Stock photo from website. Not my glass. Beer ain't for everyone but neither is Rum. Too sweet for my tastes. I like good ol whiskey and vodkey and some scotch if moving into the hard stuff.
Actually they have a few limited productions. Some of the wacky ones get redonkulously expensive.
true true. I dont judge....unless you ONLY drink appletinis....then I judge. I have tried almost every beer I've ever been offered and just can't aquire the taste. Warm beer, cold beer, darks, lights, cans, bottles.....I do use beer for my onion ring batter (there is no substitute IMO).
You should get one of those glasses if you don't have one.....goes well with smoking jacket and an ascot...this is how I picture you anyways.
You know me too well.
Stay thirsty my friend.