Everybody knows Clamato juice is only good for Caesars. Shit I love Caesars.
My fave beers all come from the Samuel Smith brewery. That brewery has the lock on awesomeness.
Havn't posted in almost a month... figure I might as well post here.
1. Hazlenut Brown Nectar by Rogue (Newport, Or.)
2. Pine Marten Pale Ale by Cascade Lakes Brewery (Redmond, Or.)
3. Drop Top Amber Ale by Widmer Bros. Brewery (Portland, Or.)
4. Newcastle Brown Ale
5. Bong Water (Clean bong water = Pale Ale, Dirty Bong Water = Porter) Kettlehouse Brewery (Missoula, Mt.)
Btw... The reason why I havnt posted is because I dont have access to the internet besides when I'm at a friends' house. Moved from Seattle back home to Central Oregon. Once I'm in Portland, you'll be seeing more of me again.
I am writing a paper, so I am stuck indoors all night. However, I am super stoked. I went to Bristol Farms tonight, and what did I find? A 6-pack of Kona Pipeline Porter! I have never seen it outside of Hawaii. Anyone ever have this? It is so fucking good! It is a limited release beer from Kona Brewery. Pretty hard to find in the mainland. It is a porter made with Kona coffee beans. If you see it, buy out stock.
I tried the new house honey blonde at Yardhouse tonight & I loved it!
Right why should the people at your grocery store have any legally protected right to make a living wage. They didn't pay for that fancy private school degree like you did.
My non-unionized beer tastes delicious, by the way.
The grocer's union that I was a part of was almost uniformly detested by the employees. They had lost them quite a bit of their retirement and benefits because of a poor post-strike contract.
aragoant basterd by stone
downtown brown by lost coast
motership wit <forgot who makes it>
kona red is also good
anything by rouge brewing co
Samuel Smith oatmeale ail
woodchuck hard cide is good if ya like hard cider
I believe Mothership Whit is a New Belgium brewery beer.
Dead Guy Ale, mmm...
Prohibition Ale by Speakeasy...
Arrogant Bastard Ale
I like hops
^It is tasty...
Great Lakes - Dortmunder Gold
If you can get your hands on Captain Bastard's Oatmeal Stout- assuming you like stouts- you will not be disappointed. It's the smoothest stout I've ever had. I don't know if you can get it outside of Utah though. I've been nursing a case for a few months...I will be sad when it's gone.
Black Butte Porter is my everyday beer.
EDIT-Tom, do you Know how many Negro Salesmen Deschutes Brewery employs? I'd Hate to Have to Give It up.
colorado has the most microbrewies sp in the us ...... we had to take the chainsaw from my grandma when she was 90 because we thought she was gonna hurt herself ..... she made it to 95 ... she was a grand old lady for sure ....cr**** had to edit i forgot, also you can go the the bud and coors brewries and drink free beer .... now thats pretty cool unless you have to drive home .....