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what are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Beer Forum' started by navamind, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. navamind

    navamind Well-Known Member

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    fwiw, Steamer projects Cron for more WAR (0.8 to 0.6) though ZiPS has Dickerson being worth about 1 more win.
     



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    ill THRILLHO

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  3. navamind

    navamind Well-Known Member

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    wrong thread lol
     
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    navamind Well-Known Member

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    Doesn't hurt that they are tasty! :suds:
     
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    'Mother's Loopty Loop' (smooth wheat) and 'Lagunitas Undercover Investigation' (malty hops) are both good beers. They're both on the simple side of things but I'd have them again.

    I had a Mother's New England IPA (I think it was Sunshine Chugsuckle) but I didn't care for it too much despite the restaurant recommending it. It seems more like a summer beer anyways and too fruity for me.

    I had a Golden Road Wolf Pup Session IPA and it was a bit better but not something I'd go out of my way to drink.
     
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    got home from work at 230am and popped open one of these. Buddy of mine in San Anton sent it to me.

    Way too much carbonation and it tasted terrible. I dumped most of it down the sink.

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    Buddy hooked me up with some Equilibrium and Tired Hands.[​IMG]
    Tired Hands' Things Behind The Sun.
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    Bought this for the snowstorm:
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    Deep Ellum IPA.
     
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    Half Acre just became available in my area recently.

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    LOL at intentionally trying to make Mexican beer.


    Mexican beer is nothing more than a failed attempt at water purification.
     
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    navamind Well-Known Member

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    some cider

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    and this lovely IPA from Half Acre:
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    Gin.

    Straight.

    No chaser.
     
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    About to crack some 20 year old rum. Goes down too smoothly..
     
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    Green flash is closing their sour program... Might be worth it to get a couple more bottles.
     
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    Ensure.


    Whoops, wrong thread.
     
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    Schlafly Kolsch. Its been awhile since I've had it and its still a solid beer. I've only had two other Kolsch beers and this one is definitely the best of the three.

    Ballast Point Fathom IPL. Tastes like a Ballast Point Beer where someone put a piece of fruit in it. I like it but for the price point I think there are better options. The flavor was also oddly uneven. Id get pockets of sugary sweetness and over times it would just taste like an IPA. Somewhere in the middle is a good flavor.
     
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    Completely forgot about this thread. Thanks @Clayton for posting again.

    Had a couple of good ones recently, mostly from smaller breweries in Arizona/California.

    Me So Honey Blonde: Honey wheat ale from Belching Beaver. Tastes a lot like a normal light beer but with the sweet honey taste it's about as tasty of a light beer as I've ever had.

    Vanilla Caramel Porter (VCP): Mudshark brewery. Incredible flavor. Perfect beer to have as a little desert after dinner.

    Hot for teacher: Mudshark brewery. A lot like a cider but with a little hint of cinnamon flavor to it.