Michelob Ultra Amber, trying to put out the flames.
OT: Saturday Drinking Thread/ Open Thread
Myself on 2 other friends perform a biweekly comics podcast. We select a character and read every comic that character has ever been in. We discuss the character over several podcasts and go in-depth into issues, characters, likes/dislikes, etc.
We previously read everything Captain Atom was ever in and now we're reading everything Aquaman has ever been in.
So, right now, I'm halfway throught the reading that I need to finish for this week's set of Aquaman's comics.
If anyone is interested we're on iTunes, search for "Character Sphinx".
Edit: Once I finish my reading, I'll probably celebrate with an Oberon.
1996 Opus One from Napa Valley.
2001 Barnett, Rattle Snake Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley.
2004 Buoncristiani Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley.
2010 Spatbugunder from Germany.
2011 Buoncristiani Rose from Napa Valley.
2007 Rielsing Spatlese Weingart Eduard Kroth from Germany.
NV Whidbey Island Barbera Port from WA.
Overall about $1,000.00 in wine drunk tonight!
I don't believe wine cellars actually exist.
I'm drinking two hearted at tge wisconsin union in Madison, proudly sporting the block M.
An eddy washed down with some Tennessee Honey. And a bag of Doritos, looney toons recorded on TiVo. Could be worse, right?
How many places on the web can you go from serious comic readers to serious wine drinkers in back to back posts? Bless you MGoBlog
Cabernet. Switching to Rum.
Canadian Club and Coke; and Friends, respectively
HOW CAN SOMEONE NEG A DRINKING THREAD.
5 hr. Walleye fishing jaunt on Lake Mille Lacs
BBQ chicken with HM BBQ sauce
Strawberry shortcake w/rum cake base
Bacardi Dark with Coke and copious ice
ONLY thing missing is a Hello Post
No one in NYC serves Bells. It's sad, really.
Smith Woodhouse tawny port 10 year old vintage. I am a fan of the English ports. I have had most of the bourbons. It pisses me off that Makers put up that ad because I actually like Makers.
Spent last night at Maumee Bay Brewing co. Had some good beers, at anice spot right on the river, but they had all this Buckeye Beer nonsense... really spoiled the atmosphere.
I liked the english pale ale, red ale, and black ipa particularly. The place was strong on malt characters, but none of their hop showcases impressed me much.
Belgo Belgian IPA and a lot of water.