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I'm just going to say that for the last 2 night's, I've been in the best bar in America. Im shocked that this place is found just outside the shithole known as Youngstown, oh
What's that Pearl Jam Faithful ale like?
I didn't love it personally. Sort of a belgian gold I suppose, and the currants didnt really come through.
I tried it months ago though.
Interesting. I liked it a lot...I thought the currant flavor was subtle and just right, but I'm not a fan of overly fruity/citrusy beers. Not in my pantheon of beers, but definitely worth buying/trying...if you can find one.
"You are mentally a cat and each post is a red dot from a laser pointer." - MisterSmiley
Flying Dog is just a really consistently strong brewery. My only pittance is that the prices have gone up....at least they have in Moco (fuckers). Either way, I liked the El Dorado and I'm amazed it's a 10.0% beer. Would never guess it by taste.
33 beer reviews for Single Hop Imperial IPA (El Dorado) (American Double / Imperial IPA) from Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, MD.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
I can no longer find my favorite Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter at my local stores in Savannah. I also used to be able to get it at a bar in Reston near my company HQ, but no more -- the bartender told me they're having a hard time keeping it in stock. So with the increased demand and price, their availability and distribution is also suffering. :missyou:
Need binge drinking prep advice.
Tomorrow our softball team is having a get-together that will be a faceoff between the guys who've been on the team for a long time (including me) versus the newer guys.
It is a competition consisting of individual and group challenges while trying to see which side can drink more beers. This will be a Bud Light event (don't get your panties in a bunch, it's softball). Challenges include jeopardy, a civics test, a bike race around the block, jenga, and dominoes.
So the question is - what should I have for breakfast tomorrow that will maximize my ability to drink a lot of beer, yet not put me into a food coma by 10AM? Also, should I stick to water tonight, or have one or two beers to make sure my system is ready to go?
I'd probably go with a lot of bready stuff with a little bit of protein/eggs?
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
World of Beer openend last night in Arlington, from the picture I'm guessing it's in Ballston Mall?
no beer tonight.
Has anyone ever installed an under the counter kegerator? I"m getting my basement redone and the contractor says he can do it, but just want to check and see if anyone has experience doing it. The only thing I see that's difficult is going to be cutting/drilling through the countertop to allow for the beer lines and attach the tower.
So, us old guys beat the young guys 143 to 125.
I put down 23 BLs in about 7 hours. One guy hit 25 and a few had 24. I've never done anything like that before and can't imagine doing it again.
I hit pizza mart on the way home, was asleep by 10 PM and woke up the next morning sans hangover.
What'd you end up eating pre-event? Also did you drink any beer the night before?
I had two or three Sierras during the opening ceremonies the night before. Bacon/egg/cheese from McDs for breakfast. Lunchtime I had two bananas and something light that I can't remember.
Not the healthiest day ever.
No dates as to when they may hit shelves but my SIL just bought a brewery in Delmar and hired a brewmaster. I've tasted some of their simple IPAs and Pilsners that were pretty tasty and in line with other local breweries. Going to be called 3rd Wave.
So Sam Adams and Great Lakes have their Oktoberfest beers out and Weyerbacher has their imperial pumkin ale out.
I can't wait to buy christmas beers in september!
Not in the Mall, but just down the street from it.
Also, seems like a good place for a NOVA suque outing?
yea pumking was available online last week. i think weyerbacher took the crown tho. seriously who wants these beers right now. i know they're trying to get shelf space or whatever but fuck
Just took a tour of union craft brewery in the hampden/woodberry area. Nice brewery and really good beer.
No, but if you look at the kegerator I did on previous pages...it's not hard. Just takes a bit of work.
How much is he charging you? I spent about $600 to build my 3 tap freezer system
Elaborate please. I live in Hampden and have no idea that Union Craft brewery existed.
Everyone list your top 3 brown ales right now, GO!
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1) Brooklyn Brown
2) Brooklyn Brown
3) Brooklyn Brown
I had some Hawaiian Brown ale when I was there that was pretty damn legit, forget the name though
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DFH Indian Brown, Brooklyn Brown and Bear Republic's Pete's Brown.
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