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Discussion in 'Beer' started by dmclone, Oct 2, 2014.
Seagrams and Pepsi.
Every beer I have! Pliny and then moving to my Moonraker keg of Atomic Betty.
Yeah I think it's distilled in Oregon. Recipe from the 1860s. Great stuff.
Finished what Alpha Extraction I had left. Moving onto Elysian Contact Haze. I was disappointed in this one but supply getting low
Yuengling Golden Pilsner
share here please....... actually if we end up taking a family vacation to SC this summer the trip back might be filled with Yueng... hell might just take the enclosed 6x12 trailer for that reason alone.. lololol
Maker’s Mark. Quite a bit of it actually. Good thing for autocorrect, otherwise I probably couldn’t type correct sentences. That much.
Jai Alai used to be one of my favorites but with all the other options available now it’s definitely dropped down the list. I still think it’s a solid tradition IPA though. Have to say I am getting sick of all the milkshake IPA’s and sours everyone seems to be doing these days so I’m glad it’s finally available in Iowa.
2016 Fremont Coffee Cinnamon B Bomb. Be Jealous
Some leftover Zoltans from the fridge
Toasted Carmel BV and Dr. Pepper.
I recently bought 8 different crowlers from Fat Hill brewing in Mason City. I’m drinking their Scottish Ale now. 32 oz beers are the way to go!
Had a couple local beers and now switching to whiskey on the rocks
Grape Powerade Zero.
Dimensional is making crowler deliveries to Des Moines on Saturday. I wish more breweries would do this.
Tequila and Sprite during an online meeting.
Tap water on the rocks
Had a Lion Bridge Me Time last night. The best IPA (NE) that I've ever had from them.
I have some Neon Hazy IPA from Barntown in the fridge. A good start for a long weekend.
Two beers, some variation of Sam Adams. You can just assume that this post repeats every day, as that is my routine.