Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by jexby, Sep 28, 2015.
Belgian Golden Strong Ale Rapp Brewing Company 8.8% ABV
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Dunkelweizen Dopplebock Rapp Brewing Company• 8.9% ABV
Double BIG dark wheat ale
That sounds really interesting!! Locally we've got a brewery that's been doing a Pilsner series and recently they did a dry hopped Pilsner that was pretty much the most perfect summer beer I've had yet. Oh, and of that top 10 most influential micro brews list, I'd heartily agree that New Belgium's La Folie and Alchemist Heady Topper were the two that most blew my mind about what a beer can be. Beyond that, getting into Lambics (not the typical Lindemanns crap) was sort of the "final" step in beer enlightenment. If anyone is passing through DC, they definitely need to stop by Churchkey for a Lambic flight!
I'm drinking something form an NYC Brewery called 5th Hammer.
Pyrotechnic Weekend. Its a DIPA.
a new higher priority to complete 2nd vaccine shot + 2 weeks wait, is to safely travel and dine and drink with @shotgunshane at his local haunts! WOW!
Tampa's overrated. Come to Jax, I'll make you a Florida Man in two hours.
I’m in the St. Pete/Clearwater area. Haven’t spent much time chasing beer in Tampa... yet. So many breweries, so little time. Hit me up when you two get here!
Already mentioned it. Lovely beer from Bavaria. Found a dealer near the place where my parents live.
Very good...still prefer the Westmalle Dubbel by a lot more. Current that is my favs...
Is it okay to take a couple of 4 packs to a bar, in case they might run out of beer?
What is a four pack? Only acceptable package size where I live is 20 x 0,5 l. Am also prepared to buy 20 x 1 pint if we are talking imperial (British). I do not want to shop for beer every other day.
Many craft brewers here sell 4 packs of pints (US). There used to be a bar that I would go to that did sell imperial pints. I miss that.
For tonight's entertainment.
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Breaking news the democrats will force plant based beer onto consumers:
I like my plant based beers, lol.
Pardon for the vanilla glass, not getting much space for brand-specific glasses. Kasteel is a bit sweet tasting, sort of like the Andechs doppelbock dunkel, not as bitter though. Onto the nose it has a rubber-ginger'ish smell, might not be appealing to some folks. The Salvator from Paulaner hints at spicy-sweet. Both quite enjoyable during friday-night headphone section.
Took a photo of this two weeks ago but forgot to uploaded it here. Very tasty....
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