#351 2014-11-04 10:19:05

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#352 2014-11-20 01:52:03

How did we miss this?

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#353 2014-11-20 11:11:14

Looks like we're the only ones that missed it.  They're at 10X their goal with 17 days left.
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#354 2014-11-20 16:27:35

I have no idea how they will make that growler with those features at that price point, but if they pull it off, I'll buy one for sure.

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#355 2014-11-22 21:09:34

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#356 2014-11-25 03:45:56

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#357 2014-12-18 21:07:58

SACRILEGE
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#358 2014-12-18 21:26:26

Man. That stuff makes banjo want to tap dance. Taste like 90% Coors Light and 10% IPA. It's like Jesus mixed himself.

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#359 2014-12-19 09:39:02

This stuff
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I would have to put this within the top 5 liquors I have ever had under $200 a bottle. Maybe it really does take an oppressive slavocracy to make a good rum, but I don't care.

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#360 2014-12-19 21:39:48

Jack Daniels in the "noonish", for Irish coffee.  Jim Beam would do as well for this purpose.

Goslings 151 proof Black Seal dark rum for rum and coke in the afternoon.  Excellent strong dark flavor, 1 shot rum to 8oz coke and ice.

Gran Marnier in the evening, straight up in a double shot glass or brandy snifter.

Sierra Nevada Stout or Porter, anytime.  It's not just for breakfast anymore.

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#361 2014-12-20 12:43:21

monkeyboy wrote:

Jack Daniels in the "noonish", for Irish coffee.  Jim Beam would do as well for this purpose.

Goslings 151 proof Black Seal dark rum for rum and coke in the afternoon.  Excellent strong dark flavor, 1 shot rum to 8oz coke and ice.

Gran Marnier in the evening, straight up in a double shot glass or brandy snifter.

Sierra Nevada Stout or Porter, anytime.  It's not just for breakfast anymore.

Jeez. What a complex life you live. Me, shitty vodka any time and a nice cold Coors Light to wash it down with. ( my liver just tickled me when I wrote this).

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#362 2015-01-03 05:15:03

Mead, around the bonfire. Lots of it. With a great big moon overhead in the freezing air. Suck it, bitches!







wish you were here

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#365 2015-05-24 05:01:36

Emmeran wrote:

Who's #1?

More like who tastes like #1.

On Friday evening I'll be sampling my first ever batch of cider. I already know it's far too tart, but correcting that's an easy adjustment to make.

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#366 2015-05-24 06:49:47

Demographics and Monopolies.  Add up the total InBev score...

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#367 2015-05-29 11:02:36

Tall Paul wrote:

On Friday evening I'll be sampling my first ever batch of cider. I already know it's far too tart, but correcting that's an easy adjustment to make.

It's not every day I piss off the end of a train platform.... these days....

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#368 2015-06-01 07:17:39

Maybe this should go into "Newspaper Obits" but what the hell - gotta love a paper that will do a critical review of a Dive Bar.

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#369 2015-06-01 16:54:55

Emmeran wrote:

Maybe this should go into "Newspaper Obits" but what the hell - gotta love a paper that will do a critical review of a Dive Bar.

Expect it to be buried in hipsters and their scooters until some other "unknown" place pops up.

This is what I'm drinking these days:

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Home made root beer. Amazing stuff, easy to make and so delish.

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#370 2015-06-01 20:20:05

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Emmeran wrote:

Maybe this should go into "Newspaper Obits" but what the hell - gotta love a paper that will do a critical review of a Dive Bar.

Expect it to be buried in hipsters and their scooters until some other "unknown" place pops up.

This is what I'm drinking these days:

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Home made root beer. Amazing stuff, easy to make and so delish.

Be careful, it's easy to achieve a toxic overload with some of those roots and barks.

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#372 2015-06-09 02:49:15

Pull up a stool.

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BBC: Malt.

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#374 2015-06-20 09:33:59

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#375 2015-07-24 10:59:13

Had a few of these and a couple of cigars last night.  Good stuff.

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#376 2015-07-24 13:22:25

It's summertime in the South.

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#377 2015-08-08 15:41:49

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edit: supposedly a Chinese rip-off

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#378 2015-08-08 16:49:47

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#379 2015-08-10 18:37:22

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*Click, Cobber*

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#380 2015-08-17 22:41:15

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#381 2015-08-17 22:43:51

Hey, Dirck, pull up a stool and set a while. Where you hanging your hat these days?

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#382 2015-08-17 22:54:19

choad wrote:

Hey, Dirck, pull up a stool and set a while. Where you hanging your hat these days?

I've been hanging my hat in Colorado Springs, CO these days.  I lived in Lake Havasu City, AZ for around a year and found that it was too ungodly hot.  I decided to move here because it's a helluva lot cooler in the Summer than AZ and a helluva lot warmer in the Winter than ND.  What have I missed?

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#383 2015-08-17 23:04:19

Dirckman wrote:

I've been hanging my hat in Colorado Springs, CO these days.

Take care not to wash downstream.

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#384 2015-08-17 23:13:06

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Here's one of the local whiskeys I'm really liking.  Instead of being aged in Oak it's aged in Aspen and has a very original flavor because of it.

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#385 2015-08-17 23:16:30

Dirckman wrote:

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Here's one of the local whiskeys I'm really liking.  Instead of being aged in Oak it's aged in Aspen and has a very original flavor because of it.

Now you're just showing off...

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#386 2015-08-17 23:18:08

Tall Paul wrote:

Dirckman wrote:

I've been hanging my hat in Colorado Springs, CO these days.

Take care not to wash downstream.

If you're referring to all the rain that's been falling here I welcome it.  I put down about 3,500 sq. feet of sod this Spring and haven't had to do anything other than mow it.

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#387 2015-08-17 23:22:01

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Been having quite a bit of this stuff too.  I think my liver is fucked..........

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#388 2015-08-17 23:42:29

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I've also got about three gallons of mead and a gallon of nutmeg metheglin brewing in my downstairs closet.  I plan on aging it for at least another eight months, but so far it's tasting very nice!

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#389 2015-08-18 02:03:16

Dirckman wrote:

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I've also got about three gallons of mead and a gallon of nutmeg metheglin brewing in my downstairs closet.  I plan on aging it for at least another eight months, but so far it's tasting very nice!

Only one carboy?

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#390 2015-08-18 07:41:06

Tall Paul wrote:

Dirckman wrote:

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I've also got about three gallons of mead and a gallon of nutmeg metheglin brewing in my downstairs closet.  I plan on aging it for at least another eight months, but so far it's tasting very nice!

Only one carboy?

You'll see a second one sitting in the background!

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#393 2015-09-18 10:36:05

Maris Otter 50 - ESBaird

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#394 2015-09-27 19:38:29

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#395 2015-09-27 20:37:41

If you absolutely have to drink one pumpkin ale this year, make it Elysian.

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#396 2015-09-27 22:54:07

Tall Paul wrote:

If you absolutely have to drink one pumpkin ale this year, make it Elysian.

Drink pumpkin?  Why not just chug a sweet potato?  Or maybe even deep throat a yam??

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#397 2015-09-28 00:23:26

Emmeran wrote:

Tall Paul wrote:

If you absolutely have to drink one pumpkin ale this year, make it Elysian.

Drink pumpkin?  Why not just chug a sweet potato?  Or maybe even deep throat a yam??

That must be a Marine thing for after lights out in the barracks.

No, I was understandably reluctant to try it but someone bought it for me and my publican friend. Whenever I go in there I feel a certain duty to drink free beer and offer comments on them. I was amazed just how palatable it was. It's not for every day, certainly not for quaffing and I don't even want to think about the kind of hangover you'd get (lock up your guns before going to sleep) but it is actually very drinkable.

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#398 2015-09-28 20:57:12

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Avoid Japanese whiskeys at all costs.  This is the second one I've overpaid for and they all taste like cheap Scotch.

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#399 2015-09-28 21:54:05

Dirckman wrote:

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Avoid Japanese whiskeys at all costs.  This is the second one I've overpaid for and they all taste like cheap Scotch.

Nikka, just say no. Have you tried the Yamazaki single malt?

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#400 2015-09-28 22:27:10

Tall Paul wrote:

Dirckman wrote:

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Avoid Japanese whiskeys at all costs.  This is the second one I've overpaid for and they all taste like cheap Scotch.

Nikka, just say no. Have you tried the Yamazaki single malt?

I have not.  I keep paying sixty plus dollars a bottle for what should be good whiskey and I'm always disappointed.  I think I'll stick to the Kentucky and Colorado small batch whiskies.

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