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post #3601 of 5219
Originally Posted by cstreu1026 View Post

This is a phenomenal black IPA. Maybe better than Firestone Walker Wookey Jack.


I do wish Odell would distribute to WA, might be a while before I can try that one.  Stone Enjoy By 2.14.14 for me this evening, a lovely hop bomb.

post #3602 of 5219
Sierra Nevada DevESTATEtion Black IPA for the Super Bowl. Pretty good, and organic to boot. Perhaps thematic for the game as well. Glad I went skiing today. As profanities erupted from Jane Base watering holes right at game time, I figured a hole was being dug, which DVR confirmed....
post #3603 of 5219

Jim Beam Black

post #3604 of 5219
Ska Brewing Modus Hoperandi while enjoying dinner at Downstairs at Eric's in Breck. Good food and a great American IPA.
post #3605 of 5219

If anyone is in Charlotte, NC, the Olde Mecklemburg Brewery Copper Ale is my favorite.

post #3606 of 5219
Very unusual and very tasty.
post #3607 of 5219
With dinner I had A milk chocolate porter from Eudora Brewing about 10 miles away. It was more bitter sweet caocao than milk chocolate but it's good. For desert it's Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
post #3608 of 5219

A new product -- "Beat 3" white whiskey, from Djinn Distilling in Nashua, NH. 

post #3609 of 5219
Bourbon...on the rocks.
post #3610 of 5219
Taos Lightning bourbon. One of only two bottles in all of PA (only one if @Cirquerider finished his). It's very good, one of the smoother bourbons I've sampled.

Thanks @Bob Lee
post #3611 of 5219

Still one of two.  Very nice rye whiskey. 

post #3612 of 5219
Going to Taos next week and will bring back number three.
post #3613 of 5219

I picked up a bottle of Breckenridge Bourbon last week while at SIA and I have say its pretty damn good stuff.

post #3614 of 5219
Four Roses single barrel is my Bourbon of choice.
post #3615 of 5219

A friend had me over tonight and after we went out for dinner we went to his place to sample scotch (hooray for my younger brother as designated driver). I wasn't pouring full shots so I could try as many as possible, but got to sample:


Glenfiddich 18 yo

Glenmorangie 10 yr


Bowmore 12 yo




Glen Moray

post #3616 of 5219

At the end of a ski day, what could be better than an Elvgren pinup staring back while you quaff a nice amber draft?



Happy VD, everyone!  ;)

post #3617 of 5219
Berthollier Chignin, with chicken piccata and asparagus.

post #3618 of 5219
Enjoying a bottle of Three Floyd's Broo Doo fresh hop IPA, but I have to brag on the haul my wife brought home to me. I asked her to pick up a 6 pack of Schlafly A IPA and some Milkeller Beer Geek Vanilla Shake. She must have made a good impression on the manager at the store because he offered up some special stuff he had in back.
post #3619 of 5219

The best hot toddy I ever made ...mmmmmm

post #3620 of 5219
By lunch time the crowds at the local hill were insane so we took the opportunity sample a few beers (along with home made Cabernet and moonshine distillers from home made wine and aged with French oak chips).
post #3621 of 5219

Just a crappy cup of black coffee :(

post #3622 of 5219
I went to pour some Ten Fidy and got the last gasp from the keg. frown.gif. On the bright side I just grabbed the other handle and poured some Bourbon County Brand Stout.
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post #3624 of 5219

Delirium Nocturnum 


Very very tasty. 

post #3625 of 5219

9th State Red IPA from 603 Brewery in Londonderry, NH. Very good...

post #3626 of 5219

Ommegang Abbey Ale. Very heady, very good. 

post #3627 of 5219

Taos Lightning! :yahoo:

post #3628 of 5219
Very good. The nod to The best Belgium ales leaves it a little short at the price point.

post #3629 of 5219
Originally Posted by Cirquerider View Post

Taos Lightning! :yahoo:


Me too, last of the bottle. Guess I shouldn't have shared. 

post #3630 of 5219
Originally Posted by NayBreak View Post

Very good. The nod to The best Belgium ales leaves it a little short at the price point.

That is a really good beer.  If you're patient you can sit on a bottle for a year or so and the heat from the alcohol should fade a bit otherwise past vintages have been a little on the hot side.

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