Good luck, I hope for a speedy recovery for you...
can we move this to the misc lounge?
Voted "Best Beer In The World" in 1998 and it was awarded "World's Best Special Pale Ale 2009"
, it's still not my personal favorite but is a pretty amazing beer.
Last edited by Distorted_Jungle; 12-03-2009 at 11:40 AM.
Supposedly this is out now for a limited time like it always is, I plan on heading to BevMo and picking some up today:
I did a Bevmo run two weeks ago to use a $10 off coupon and tried some great stuff
One being the Rogue Hazelnut that was mentioned here and it was indeed delicious. Had a nice coffee-ish flavor to it, and was rich in just the right way
This Brother Thelonius American Belgian style beer turned out to be quite delicious
It's quite alchoholic with a great flavor, and was like drinking an entire bottle of wine
Also tried a delcious German beer, the Erdinger Pikantus
it's really dark, almost black, with 7.3% abv, but very drinkable
a little while ago i mentioned that i nejoyed the Trout Slayer I tried and someone suggested I try the Moose Drool from the same Montana brewery, so i bought i six-pack
this is indeed a delicious brown beer with a lot of flavor
and to top it off I MUST mention the great Firestone 31 i had a couple pints of at Blue palms before the mastodon show a couple weeks ago
I ahd it off the tap, so i can't speak about what it's like from the bottle directly, but it's lighter than most Firestones and while I'm not generally a fan of pale ales, this one was quite a bit more drinkable than I'm used to, bitter in a good way
YUM I LOVE BEER
^I also enjoy the Moose Drool. Bought a sixer this summer and it did well in the scorching late-summer heat of Tucson. Some people shy away from brown beer in the heat, not me. I'll take a Guiness over a Corona any day of the summer.
Moose Drool is quite tasty and you can find it in a lot of grocery stores so you don't even have to go to a specialty shop to get it.
And YAY to the Rogue Hazelnut Brown. I have been a big fan since my first trip to the yard house. YUM
Brahma: one of the most popular beers in Brazil.
and my personal favorite,
raspberry Michelob Ultra:
brahma is like brazil's corona.
you really drink michelob, with artificial raspberry flavoring added?
Xingu or nothing.
Even Bohemia is a step up.
that's good, because most of the time in those situations wine coolers or sparkling wine (Boone's farm anyone?) = candy-coloured vomit
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