Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cosmophonic12, Sep 8, 2016.
Bush light has that effect
On a side note I will say substitute 1 quart Marvel mystery oil when you do an oil change and your engine will be better for it. And yes you can add it to your fuel as well, diesel or gas.
I Don't Like Mondays NEIPA by Fat Orange Cat Brew Co. Stratford, CT. and distributed by 12%. Has a tropical fruit aroma with a bready, malty background. Flavor is malt forward, a sweeter, light caramel like malt. The hops come in the middle with some tropical fruit notes and a touch of citrus. Only a mild bitter in the finish but it is combined with a real creamy finish, a little milkshake action. A very easy drinking beer, chugging material but 7.5% ABV so you'll know it if you do chug a few!
Any suggestions for a good, not expensive rum? For drinking neat, not mixing.
My help and I downed an entire case of water in 8hrs (iced down in the Yeti on the welding rig). I’ve since moved on to Landshark and Dogfish Head Punkin
Bedtime Stories Imperial Milk Stout brewed with graham crackers, marshmallow, vanilla, and chocolate. From Abomination Brewing Co, brewed and canned by Dorchester Brewing Co. Boston Mass. and distributed by 12%. I can smell the graham crackers and vanilla, also getting some light smoky aroma like you expect from a stout. Flavor is smoky malt from front to back, on top all the way through, there are hints of dark chocolate and graham cracker, a little creamy from the marshmallow I assume. Has a bitter finish, but does leave a vanilla flavor behind as well. Feels real watery in the mouth, expected a much thicker feel with the list of ingredients, a good summer chugging stout I guess.
Yuengling with the cool weather we’re having this weekend. And my wife’s first batch of
Looks good, but it needs more vowels.
Wife is from Poland. I don’t understand but 10 words and that is one of them.
Omaha's Brickway Brewery Coffee Vanilla Stout, Omaha, NE. Has a Smokey chocolate aroma, hints of caramel. Healthy smoke component to the flavor, not heavy just healthy, mostly up front giving a dark chocolate flavor that fades into coffee and vanilla. There is a caramel/toffee thing happening in there as well. A good bit of carbonation, more than I usually see with this style beer. A touch of sweet and a bit of bitter, very well balanced for rapid consumption.
Don't Fear The Blender, Tropical Fruit Smoothie IPA from Clown Shoes in Massachusetts. The aroma is dead on the label, all that fruit is right there on the nose, it smells sweet. Flavor is the same, ticks off all the fruits on the label, even has a little Juicy Fruit gum note. Not as sweet as it smells, at first you get a little of the fruity sweet but it rapidly goes to a fresh hops dank, pine, citrus pith, those notes, not overbearing bitter just enough to balance out the fruity sweet and let you know it's a beer not a smoothie. I find myself taking deep swigs of this one…….
Fairy Nectar IPA from Kross Strain Brewing co. in LaVista Nebraska. It smells like nectar, stone fruit, tropical notes like pineapple and mango. The fruit keeps coming strong in the mouth, real juicy feel with a creamy fruit juice flavor, rolls from a sweet more stone fruit flavor into a citrus tropical thing with the bitter increasing to the end with a dank and piney hop flavor. There is a bit of a caramel malt backbone but hops and all the different flavors they give are the main attraction, all of them get a line in this play. A very tasty IPA, watch for this brewery.
Had a couple Molson and a bunch of spicy bloody Mary's at the casino. Vacation is a great feeling.
the pennsyltucky combo - my favorite beer (from pennsylvania) and bourbon (from kentucky)
also, the cheapest oysters i've seen is in a wall st. bar no less. how is that possible? go figure! fraunces tavern - same location as george washington's headquarters. i can feel the spirit of the revolution coursing through my veins...after a few glasses of that bourbon
I miss oysters. I just have a hard time eating raw shellfish so damn far from any ocean.
Tonight I continue with the Shoulder..
Sam adams oktoberfest.
Lorenzo The Beer Cat NEIPA brewed and canned by Dorchester Brewing Co. Boston Mass. for Fat Orange Cat and distributed by 12%. Has a mild citrusy aroma, a little fruity. Taste is outstanding, lots of fruity goodness, mango, cantaloupe, a little citrus, nothing over powering just a crisp clean harmony of flavor. There is a malty backbone with a hint of caramel and a real creamy rich mouth feel, sweet like a lactose beer. The finish has a touch of that hops bitter but just enough to balance the sweet. This is one outstanding beer, I will find more!
A Belgian triple