Day 4 in a row.... why not? I just poured a nice tall glass of Rochester Mills Milkshake Stout as I'm trying to recover from being the runner-up for my dream job.
What's in your glass?
It's Groundhog Day...again.
I love drinking threads... I participate way too much. We should make a game that goes along with it somehow... Like an actor and then your favorite movie with them in it or something.
But in my glass right now... Some country time half and half, soon to be Dark horse smells like a safety meeting.
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Berghoff Red on tap in my basement
Killing some margs at a Mexican joint
My dad [attempted] to brew some home-made Bell's Two-Hearted. It's pretty close but we're trying to determine why there's not as much fizz. Pretty darn good, regardless.
Personal fav. Would be awesome to make a product even comparable.
I don't think you can compare to force-carbonation
Lasagna is coming out of the oven shortly...
Sam Adams, pizza, baseball. Solid night.
Sounds good, but clearly not a Tiger fan in the Fox Sports Detroit network map.
Tonight's game is being broadcast at 10pm on tape delay...
not online illegally...Watching the game right now in Ann Arbor
Just listening in the radio. Earlier I was watching the pirates reds game though as well.
So a chocolate mint protein shake first, then a hopslam with dinner. After that, Bombay and soda all night long.
What brand of whey?
Delicious. I opened up the coffee instead of the chocolate mint and that stuff tastes like a milkshake. I almost wish I could have it with every meal.
How much you bench bro?
just cut up a lime and opened a cerveza sol...
I spent a summer in mexico back in the day (2002) and each sip takes me back.
waching harry potter waiting for my kids to pass out.
Drinking a Sol as well, it's like a corona, but good
Five o'clock gin. Chasing it down with some hits of some delicious herbs.
Pounding a bunch of water before I go out, it's a marathon, not a sprint. Hangovers get real when you're pushing 30.
Victory is a solid brewery.
angry orchard. First time trying it and I goto say, not too bad.
I discovered it a few months ago and have enjoyed the odd six-pack ever since. Which one did you get, out of curiosity? So far, my two personal favorites are the Traditional Dry and the Green Apple, although I will say that the Elderflower actually is not bad either - seems like the cider equivalent of a "sipping beer", if you will.
Hey LSA I got the Crisp Apple ones and I really liked them. It was the first "apple" flavored beer I've tried and I was considering the Green Apples but I couldn't imagine that tasting good in my mind. However, based on your opinion I will be sure to pick those up next weekend
Pounding too much captain and diet while playing contra on a 30 year old nes. I'm 35. Life is good
Brock Mealer story is on now on ESPNU because the USA-AUS world championship lax game is delayed in Denver due to weather...
Busch Light and whiskey at a bonfire sittin on my tailgate. Ahh the country life.
One of my favorites.
at a mudhens game drinking Yuengling!
Drinking 4 Founders Double Trouble's... Night is gonna be good!
I might be movin' to Montana soon
Just to raise me up a crop of
Raisin' it up
Waxen it down
In a little white box
That I can sell uptown
Angry balls FTW
7 & 7's. Mix in some coke as needed. Phoenix area is beautiful and I can't wait to head out tonight with a few friends and family.
A by Acacia Pinot Noir earlier. Either another glass of that or a bottle of Siren amber ale by North Peak Brewery in Traverse City.
Eagle Rare. It is such a great deal for bourbon... but I'm getting sick of it.
Best in the world
Not even the best in Kalamazoo.
There, I said it.
Seriously. Oberon is the most overrated beer of all time.
Glass of Black Maple Hill bourbon, followed by Breckenridge bourbon.
Survived my 6 year old's birthday with 20 of his classmates. Celebrating that.
Had a margarita and a house chianti at El Barzon in Detroit. If you live in metro Detroit and like Mexican or Italian food, you should try this place!!
For those of you interested in my TV exploits - here I am filming a commercial with George Foreman yesterday #mygrill
To have a beard.
I don't know anything about that. I know the guy in charge of this brand and who was running everything for the commercial is a Michigan grad (as is his wife) so that could have something to do with it. Though I doubt it, since he knows I'm a M grad too, and he have me a $500 gift certificate, which wouldn't be necessary if I could get it free.
My part of the commercial was filmed in Valencia, CA at my home.
Oh, it's not a grill. It's mail order meats. It's called George Foreman's Butcher Shop.