Wait. Is beer a caustic chemical????
So, this is my celebration/consolation beer of the evening.
Celebration because I began my official employment as a ski instructor today. Dubious distinction though this may be, it's something I've been wanting to do for a while. I've been looking to improve my own skiing and I have been involved in education for my entire career. Although I know I have many, many, . . . MANY days on the beginner "hill" in front of me, I'm still looking forward to it.
Consolation because I spent the day in the mandatory for every resort employee HR/risk management training. I think I lost part of my soul . .
Congratulations D, You are going to be good at this it is allgood.
I will pop the top on an Arrogant Bastard in your honor tonight. See you Sunday?
Flor de Caña 12 year old. Very smooth. I prefer rthe 7 year old because it's half the cost and not that much different. The 7 year old has the same flavor, just a bit more harsh, but not a lot. There is a huge difference between the 4/5 year old and the 7, not so much between the 7 and 12 (I've heard the 18 is so smooth it's almost lost all it's flavor and not really that good because of it).
Where's the hill?
UH.....I don't think that's what Circ was asking
True, but that was brought back in my luggage from Mexico. A bottle of Don Julio Reposado here runs $98 (I got a three pack of Silver, Reposado, and Añejo for $68 in Mexico City).
Well now I know how to find you. I'm right down the road.
Do you mean Westvleteren 12-- I wish! Though we were also drinking Westmalle Tripel that night. I preferred the Rochefort, my GF preferred the Westmalle.
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All of which is to say: I need to try Heady Topper.