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life is never better without you!

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Ya dog ima taking a little time out popcorn.gif .

My mother, or maybe it was Sister Bernadette, now that i think of it it was probably both, repeatedly, told me if I didn't have anything nice to say....................

I'll be back as soon as your little progressive sewing circle comes back to earth, seems you all are having ahole lot of fun without my help.

 

 

I'm having a hard time wrapping ma head around something though.

What good is a $300.00 bottle of mash if all you are going to do is look at it?

You have to have something in your stash for a Major Event.

Prolly wouldnt open it for divorce but nuclear war for sure!

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Well after spending $650 new boots a $250 bottle of bourbon would probably result in divorce.


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Prolly wouldnt open it for divorce but nuclear war for sure!

 

In many cases there isn't much distinction between the two.  So why not?

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because you don't want to start either? 

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Divorce only hurts for years, nuclear war is forever.

Let's be positive here and think about what good thing might cause me to crack that puppy.

I'm thinking....................................................

Divorce?

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You have to have something in your stash for a Major Event.

 

HAHA a mash stash!

ok i get it when you put it that way.

$300 is not so much to have invested in the stash.

but isn't a stash meant to be enjoyed by consumption?

not admiration and imagination.

Drink the wine wink.gif .

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life is never better without you!

unintended consequence, i am sure biggrin.gif .

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Loads and loads of water. Sun never came out, but this humidity kills me even without it. I miss winter. Already over a gallon on the day and its not even dinner time yet. (And that's just everyday activities, no hard working out) eek.gif

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Tonight it's s a couple of pints of Sierra Nevada Tumbler.  Christmas beers are rolling out and I am just getting started with the fall beer.  

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The Balvenie Double Wood, hopefully will be picking up a new single malt when I go down to San José tomorrow! 

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Good stuff!  9.9% too!

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I've heard it is excellent but I haven't seen it anywhere locally to pick some up.

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can't "do" sweet beer. is it as sweet as the label indicates?

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Hey FInndog,

 

I am having some friends over tonight for a big Papa Johns pizza party biggrin.gif and thought maybe you could recommend a beer. Maybe a nice pilsner?

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hmm, for Papa johns I would think something bitter and astringent.  Now make sure you get your friends to chip in for the added 11 cents per pizza that is required for their driver to be treated like a valued employee and a real human,  Ask if it's possible to have your "pizza" to be delivered in that 1/4 million dollar camaro he just bought!  You can't pay too much for something of value you know... biggrin.gif

 

Cheers bud!  

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In San José for the weekend and found some respectable beer. Sipping a Hoegaarden Wit-Blanche right now. 

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Had this last night, A Nogde 0, their Christmas stout. A very smooth stout, wonderful roasted malt flavors. a purists stout. clean and straightforward; excellent. 

 

 

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Ok, finally had a chance to sample the limited edition (2nd run, first was last year) of the Schneiderweisse Tap X Nelson Sauvin. Good, but not mindblowing like the Tap 5 (which is somewhere between a Weissbier and an American IPA). But a solid 7.3% Alcohol By Volume, and a tasty if not quite heavy enough on the hops, weissbier. 

 

 

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But spent the last few days in Nuremberg, drinking some great stuff. The best were Enzensteiner Bock beers in dark (6% ABV), light (7.5% ABV), and dreifach (9% ABV). Spectacular. 

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Damn that looks good!  Cheers

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Originally Posted by justruss View Post

Ok, finally had a chance to sample the limited edition (2nd run, first was last year) of the Schneiderweisse Tap X Nelson Sauvin. Good, but not mindblowing like the Tap 5 (which is somewhere between a Weissbier and an American IPA). But a solid 7.3% Alcohol By Volume, and a tasty if not quite heavy enough on the hops, weissbier. 

 

 

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But spent the last few days in Nuremberg, drinking some great stuff. The best were Enzensteiner Bock beers in dark (6% ABV), light (7.5% ABV), and dreifach (9% ABV). Spectacular. 

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Tonight's sampling includes this pretty amazing Brew:  The Christmas N'Ice Chouffe is a Belgium dark that has a wonderful caramelized sugar (think the top layer on creme brulee), spice, candied fruits, even a touch of licorice. This is one of the better beers I have had in a long time. track it down and buy it.  Don't drink cold! 

 

 

 

 

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I had a bottle of their Rye Porter a couple of weeks ago and it was delicious.  I saw the local shop got the christmas beer in recently so I guess I will be making a stop to pick up a bottle or two,

 

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Had this last night, A Nogde 0, their Christmas stout. A very smooth stout, wonderful roasted malt flavors. a purists stout. clean and straightforward; excellent. 

 

 

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Likewise, I will see if they have the Rye Porter.  Sounds very interesting.  

 

Drinking another Maine Beer Company "Mean old Tom"  damn this is good stuff 

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"Fall Fashioned"

Sitting at The Gage in Chicago, waiting for DD to finish ice skating with her friend... Rittenhouse rye 100, maple syrup, cherry, orange. Extremely tasty. Highly recommended.
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New Belgium Frambozen after a demo day on the slops while watching the Broncos.

 

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I enjoyed a Southern Tier 2Xmas with a burger earlier and it was delicious. Now it's Three Floyds Moloko milk stout. Now a bad beer day at all.


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I brought a case of Old Rasputin to Pittsburgh. Even my MIL tried some.



BTW this post is being submitted from my iPhone using the new Epicski mobile app to be released 11/27
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Tonight I was taming the savage hop with some Brew Kettle White Rajah.  A lot of local beer geeks love it.  Myself...well i can take it or leave it.  As far as Ohio brewed IPA's go Fat Heads Head Hunter is much much better.

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Warsteiner Premium Dunkel. Has a striking resemblance to burnt popcorn. 

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Who can beat this one :

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