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post #631 of 5219
Heh, tonight's tastieness, again for $3.99 a sixer.

post #632 of 5219
WhereTF do you get beer so damn cheap!!???
post #633 of 5219
Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
WhereTF do you get beer so damn cheap!!???
Ole's Country Store and Beer Depot, serving the greater Missoula area.

They usually have one beer for pretty cheap, often seasonal overstocks, hence the Amber Weizen, and the Summer Ale.
post #634 of 5219
Stash Green Tea... I'm trying to get over a cold, but I am dreaming about my next Dale's Pale Ale!
post #635 of 5219

hill water.....

Am drinking hill water I take in bulk from a from a cold spring in the NC western hills. Attempting to detox from the Spaten/Sam Adams Oktoberfest binge on football Saturday. Am hunting this afternoon, so hopefully will not be seeing double.
post #636 of 5219
Grapa, or as we call it in Portuguese, Agua Ardente. My aunt in Portugal made it from the grapes of my father's vinyard, cystal clear and strong enough to peel paint.
post #637 of 5219
Pumphouse Cadian Ale..

A nice cream ale to end the day
post #638 of 5219
post #639 of 5219
tried some killer "Stone" IPA this weekend, very nice.
post #640 of 5219

punkin pee

Harvest Moon Pumkin Ale....not bad at all.
post #641 of 5219
Whiskey sour made with one part Old Forester 100 proof bourbon and 1 part home made sour mix (1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice, 1 cup fresh squeezed lime juice, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water). It melts the days stress away.
post #642 of 5219
Kahlua Esp and milk with a splash of cola.
post #643 of 5219
Firestone Double Barrel Ale. Yum!
post #644 of 5219
I decided to pick up a sixer to celebrate the favorable outcome of the general election, and much to my pleasant surprise, I discovered that we have entered into the season of joy. It's back! Live and dangerous!

Doppel means double and this beer is double in every way. Bayern Doppelbock became an instant legend when Bayern introduced it in Missoula in December of 1987. Unlike its top-fermenting counterparts, this hearty German Dark Lager beer does not have the rough bite of a porter or a stout.
Bayern Doppelbock is dark, smooth and has plenty of hops (Saaz & Hallertauer Perle) and malt. It is the strongest beer that can be brewed within the limits of the 1516 German Law of Purity. (Starting gravity >18 degrees Plato, alc. content 7.8 - 8.4% vol.). Bayern Doppelbock is available in bottles and on draft from November through February; just in time for the holidays and the cold season. Please enjoy this festive beer in moderation and leave your car at home if you are planning to celebrate with Doppelbock.
post #645 of 5219
Dalwhinnie 15 yr old, Speyside single malt. One of my favorites.

post #646 of 5219
Crappy work coffee
post #647 of 5219
Sipping a bottle of homebrewed Chamay Red Ale clone to celebrate brewing a batch of Chamay Grand Reserve clone. Forty more bottles of beer on the wall, forty more bottles of really good beer.

post #648 of 5219
molson candian...all 12 of them, lets get drunk
post #649 of 5219
Chardonnay and then moving on to scotch.
post #650 of 5219
drool drool on that scotch.

Now having a Bogle old vine Zin ... accompanied my tenderloin cooked medium rare and just finishing off ...

post #651 of 5219
Just opened a test bottle of Corsendonk Monk's Brown Ale that I cellered about three weeks ago. Considering that this is just a test to make sure that everything is going well inside the bottles I enjoyed one of the best brown ales I've ever had.

Very dark brown the pour gives off a boquet of fresh fruit and malt. Clarity is acceptable and will undoubtably improve with time in the bottle. The beige head is minimal at this time but leaves nice lace on the side of the glass. Rich malt on the palate with overtones of dried fruit and a very refreshing finish.

Damn, I'm looking forward to enjoying a couple bottles of this around Christmas and know I will have a hard time waiting for early spring when the beer is trully ready to drink.

post #652 of 5219
It's been a shit day here so tonight I'll be going bold:

Got to be the end of the Cragganmore...
post #653 of 5219
Rainwater and grain alcohol.
post #654 of 5219
lots of stella artois... and good night.
post #655 of 5219
Sazerac prototype #3 : all rye, generous with the Peychauds, lemon peel microwaved for 10 seconds.
post #656 of 5219
Bombay Sapphire Gin and tonic with half a small lime on the rocks....light for a quenching treat post turkey-day decadence.
post #657 of 5219
Brandy that's been sitting on Northern Spy apples for 2 months.
post #658 of 5219
1994 Barros Colheitia Port - great single-vineyard vintage tawny port - very surprising, actually.

Last night, CDPs (to brag a bit) - 2005 and 2006 Clos des Papes & 1999 and 2005 Vieux Telegraph. I'll call the '05 Telegraph my favorite of the tasting, but that '06 Clos des Papes is gonna be great in 10 years (when I get to open mine!)

Good night, fellow drinkers...
post #659 of 5219
Cheap beer, from the porch.
post #660 of 5219
Mmmmm, glacier fresh.

I'm trying to encourage snow to fall by drinking my apres ski standby.
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