"I distrust a man who says 'when.' He's got to be careful not to drink too much, because he's not to be trusted when he does." Sydney Greenstreet
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale,I've yet to see this in my area so decided to give it a whirl.I found this to be a very enjoyable ale with a great vanilla and molasses note that is quite enjoyable,much lighter in body than I would have assumed as well.This is a definite repeat purchase for me.
"To deny our own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human."
Just cracked open a Sam Adams Latitude 48 IPA. Not really a fan of this one though I love regular SA Boston Lager.
I used to drink Genny Cream draft in Rochester, NY back in the 70's and 80's. On Goodman and Monroe Streets, in the clubs there. Good drink. It backs a bourbon well, and vice versa. These days I'm more into, say, pumpkin wheat beers , but it's all good in its time and place.
Having a De Molen Hemel & Aarde. I'll be going back to get some more of these to carry me through the winter.
Middleton, Wisconsin's excellent Capital Brewery puts out a nice seasonal doppelbock called Autumnal Fire which is well worth investigating. Nice and malty and pleasingly warming at 7.8%.
Sierra Nevada "Tumbler" Autumn Brown Ale. I didn't like it at first, but it's growing on me.
Slowly sipping some Bruery Autumn Maple. Brewed with yams instead of pumpkins. Good, but a bit boozy at 10%. Also has that kind of funky wheat beer taste I still can't seem to like.
To the earlier posters drinking Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, please enjoy. I would kill for some of that. Supposedly Socal is going to get some this year, but I know it is going to FLY off the shelf. Hopefully I can catch it.
"Rye whiskey, rye whiskey, rye whiskey I cry. If a tree don't fall on me, I'll live till I die" - Tex Ritter
I'm drinking some Bruery too--Bruery White Chocolate.