I'm currently sipping a perennial favorite: Anchor Steam beer.
I am drinking a budweiser 24ouncer tonight, but planning to go Pliny hunting tomorrow. Curious what everyone's (anyone's) thoughts are on Pliny the Elder? For those unfamiliar it is a glorious beer from Russian River Brewery in Northern California. They don't call it an IPA, I think it is an imperial pale ale, I am sure many here know a hell of lot more about what makes what beer which than I - all I know is I like it. A lot. And it's in and out of stores very quickly.
After I find some I'll try to do some tasting notes in a new thread. Maybe some for Jubelale also.
"everybody defamates from miles away
but face to face
they haven't got a thing to say"
We cannot get Pliny in NJ, next time I'm in PA I'll have to look for it. I've heard great things about it.
I am going where streams of whiskey are flowing...
Fat tire ale is about the only non-monounsaturated 'fat' allowed on my diet. Good stuff.
Here's to us, who's like us?
Damned few and they're all dead
has anyone had teh Monty Python Ale yet... I saw that for the first time in Boston... I meant to grab a six pack but was overly excited about the bourbons I was buying and forgot... dee-dee-dee
I purchased a pint of it on draft back in late October and I found that it was nothing spectacular and just a novelty.
The best part was the neat ceramic goblet that it came in .
(That's not my auction, I just linked there for the photos)
My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment.
I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?
"A person can work up a mean, mean thirst after a hard day of nothing much at all . . . "
the grail would make it better... and I understand the "very english" sytle.... we are the knights that say nee
"Black Sheep Brewing" company.
I've heard some reports that the beer is entirely different BUT some of that is based on a reported call to the "importer/distributor", Eurobrews, in which they said it's now a "domestic" beer and the caller took "domestic" to mean "US adjunct light lager".
High Falls is a pretty respected contract-brewer (some Samuel Adams Boston Lager and perhaps other SA beers are still brewed there) and they can brew a pretty nice UK style ale for those that remember the pre-1980 version of Genesee 12 Horse Ale. The brewery once (1930's) claimed to have the "only Burton Union fermenter in the United States" (tho' I'm guess that was scrapped years ago...).
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