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post #1021 of 5248

Not drinking anything now. Just paying for what I drank last night.

post #1022 of 5248

had some killer Rougue Chocolate stout up in BC last week...... 

post #1023 of 5248


Fixed it for ya :)
 

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Not drinking anything now. Just peeing what I drank last night.


me being at the office - this:

 

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post #1024 of 5248

I'm drinking coffee now))

 

but I would like to drink whiskey tonight after my working day....it is too intensive day since morning...

 

by the way I got a good article about the great alcoholic drinks, like whiskey, rum and others...I'll put a link for those who is interested in it))

Alcoholic beverages – the art of seducing by taste…

post #1025 of 5248

With the bar in my basement almost complete I just order two 1/6 barrels.  The first is Breckenridge Vanilla Porter and the second Great Lakes Elliot Ness amber ale. 

post #1026 of 5248

Keurig, Vt. coffee...got one of these machines a few weeks ago...been drinking more coffee than ever...makes it so easy, too easy perhaps.

post #1027 of 5248

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post #1028 of 5248

Right now HAMMS!

post #1029 of 5248

and another Hamms

post #1030 of 5248

I'm drinking coffee right now.

 

Last night I went to the Homebrew & Bottle Collector Support Group hosted by Avery Brewing in the Tap Room.  I brought some of my homebrew and tasted others brews.  A guy who recently moved out from DC brought some incredible sour beers he had made.  One was aged in a bourbon barrel for a year while another beer was aged in a wine barrel.  Avery Brewing provided a few of their own and some palate cleansers.  If you are in the area, I recommend this group.  It meets the third Thursday of the month.  http://www.averybrewing.com/index.php?option=com_googlecalendar&Itemid=70

post #1031 of 5248

Best hangover cure I know Vitamin water XXX, tastes good too, I seem to have acquired a taste for it.

post #1032 of 5248

Cheap vodka, some store-brand orange drink and tonic water.

Getting my drink on!!!

post #1033 of 5248

Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA.....now my fav IPA.

post #1034 of 5248

I brewed some homemade root beer the other night.  I gotta wait for it to carbonate before I can drink it.  The next few warm days should help that goal out. 

 

I've got some beer and cysers fermenting too.  A few experimental raspberry and cherry berries beers aging on fruit in carboys too.  Prolly bottle them in another week.

 

I have a smack pack of Belgian lambic blend that I'm trying to decide what to do with.  That's going to be a 1-2 year project once started.  It also has the potential to infect everything I ferment now and in the future.  Hmmmm......

 

I think I'll go drink a Franziskaner and meditate.

 

 

post #1035 of 5248

White milk.

Kickass beverage.

post #1036 of 5248

La Fleur St Emilion. Second wine of Chateau La Fleur. 20 Euros in the Val d'Isere supermarket -- a complete rip-off for a mediocre Merlot. Still, the ambience is great. http://www.alpineexperience.com/waynes-daily-diary/603/a-great-morning-with-some-help-from-the-sun-gods

post #1037 of 5248

Speaking of brewing...after watching Robin Hood the other night I got the most curiosity to taste mead.   I might have to brew it myself to do so....never saw it for sale.
 

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I brewed some homemade root beer the other night.  I gotta wait for it to carbonate before I can drink it.  The next few warm days should help that goal out. 

 

I've got some beer and cysers fermenting too.  A few experimental raspberry and cherry berries beers aging on fruit in carboys too.  Prolly bottle them in another week.

 

I have a smack pack of Belgian lambic blend that I'm trying to decide what to do with.  That's going to be a 1-2 year project once started.  It also has the potential to infect everything I ferment now and in the future.  Hmmmm......

 

I think I'll go drink a Franziskaner and meditate.

 

 



 

post #1038 of 5248
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post

Speaking of brewing...after watching Robin Hood the other night I got the most curiosity to taste mead.   I might have to brew it myself to do so....never saw it for sale.
 


Depending upon the mead, it can take a few months to a few years to age out.  I cannot describe mead - it's just really, really, good.

 

Fortunately for you, Redstone Meadery in Boulder ships to NY.   It's the best.  They have a tasting room in which you can sample most of the meads for free.  Dave and Medoka are excellent meadmakers.  You have to watch the mead though, most runs at 12% and up.  Have a designated driver and you are fine.   I highly recommend the Traditional Honey Mountain Wine.  The Black Raspberry Mead is excellent too.  Their bottles are great for homebrews too.  They sell used ones through the local homebrew shop or you can stop by with some homebrew and used bottles may wind up in your vehicle.wink.gif

 

post #1039 of 5248

Vernors........yum

post #1040 of 5248

Thanks for that!  I will definitely look into this.
 

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Depending upon the mead, it can take a few months to a few years to age out.  I cannot describe mead - it's just really, really, good.

 

Fortunately for you, Redstone Meadery in Boulder ships to NY.   It's the best.  They have a tasting room in which you can sample most of the meads for free.  Dave and Medoka are excellent meadmakers.  You have to watch the mead though, most runs at 12% and up.  Have a designated driver and you are fine.   I highly recommend the Traditional Honey Mountain Wine.  The Black Raspberry Mead is excellent too.  Their bottles are great for homebrews too.  They sell used ones through the local homebrew shop or you can stop by with some homebrew and used bottles may wind up in your vehicle.wink.gif

 



 

post #1041 of 5248

I am intrigued by the mead.  I might just order some since they ship to Ohio. 

 

Right now though its Bell's Coffee Stout for me but since I just opened the last bottle I am going to have to switch back to the Breckenridge Vanilla Porter on tap in the basement.


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post #1042 of 5248

The Greyhound: vodka and grapefruit juice....a classic for warmer weather.

post #1043 of 5248

Pinch whiskey....its cold again.

post #1044 of 5248

Tequila Corazon Reposado, neat

post #1045 of 5248

Hudson Four Grain bourbon.  

 

Envy me.

post #1046 of 5248

Zolo Malbec.  Memphis style smoked ribs are finishing on the smoker and I tried a little bit of zinfandel port as a mop on the ribs to keep the moisture up during Almond wood smoking.   Rub is a combo of two styles of paprika, basil, pepper salt, onion, garlic, mustard, cayanne and a touch of brown sugar. 

 

I have high expectations.

post #1047 of 5248

Enotria Arneis... yeah, yeah, what's a Piedmontese grape doing in California?

 

 

 

Answer: making a rich caramel nose with a fizzy mineral finish, almost like a bourbon & soda in a wine glass.     The Italians wish theirs came out this awesome.   

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Enotria Arneis... yeah, yeah, what's a Piedmontese grape doing in California?

 

 

 

Answer: making a rich caramel nose with a fizzy mineral finish, almost like a bourbon & soda in a wine glass.     The Italians wish theirs came out this awesome.   


Kind of a new vibe for you....descriptive.

 

The ribs were good.  Moving on VSOP

 

post #1049 of 5248
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Fortunately for you, Redstone Meadery in Boulder ships to NY.   It's the best. 

Whatever. Richie wants something from the Long Island Meadery.
post #1050 of 5248
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Originally Posted by Cirquerider View Post

Zolo Malbec.  Memphis style smoked ribs are finishing on the smoker and I tried a little bit of zinfandel port as a mop on the ribs to keep the moisture up during Almond wood smoking.   Rub is a combo of two styles of paprika, basil, pepper salt, onion, garlic, mustard, cayanne and a touch of brown sugar. 

 

I have high expectations.


I'm coming to your house for dinner.

 

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