Back on the Country Boy Cougar Bait with dinner tonight. A great brew that's very balanced with a perfectly slight (almost hidden) bitter finish.
Having an Oberon on tap while waiting for Karry to get her nails done.
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1. If something bad happens, drink in an attempt to forget.
2. If something good happens, drink in order to celebrate.
3. And if nothing happens, drink, to make something happen.
Picked up a 4-pack of KBS today thanks to sdchap00. I will be pouring one this evening. Quite excited.
Enjoying these low 80's temps with a couple of Ballast Point Sculpins.
"Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama
Had a Troegs Pale Ale yesterday. The Carton Swisher smoked Cherry porter is all gone..
I've got some Slyfox Pilsner, which has been much too hoppy for my palate lately as I've detoxed from hops, but has been excellent to me previously. There's some 'ruthless' Rye PA from Sierra in the fridge along side a lone can of Shafer and two of Carton Boat Beer.
Short's Freedom of '78 and Founder's Red's Rye
Had some cask-conditioned Hopslam today, fresh from the firkin. Gorgeous stuff; hops so much more expressive than in the bottles or regular tap. Softly sweet and floral on the palate with just a hint of bitterness on the finish. I like the regular stuff too, with its hard-hitting palate and drying finish; cask-conditioned it's just a completely different beer, though still undoubtably familiar. Special stuff.
"A man comes from the dust and in the dust he will end-- In the meantime it is good to drink whiskey."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ That's a beauty to behold! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Indeed a very pretty pour.
Had some Bear Republic Racer 5 and Ballast Point Sculpin tonight.