I just picked up a 12 pack of Leinenkugels Oktoberfest. Not as flavorful as the Sam Adams version but still pretty good.
to play football, not to play trumpet
Caldera IPA. A Hopaliscious Northwest IPA yumfest!
If you like IPA's, have you had Sam Adams Latitude 48? It's an IPA lovers heaven IMO.
I haven't had it but ill be sure to keep an eye out for it.
I love me a good IPA
Haven't heard of it and I love a good IPA. I'll keep an eye out...thanks
For kickoff: jack and dr. pepper
For the rest of the game: some classy natty ice
its actually fairly good with jack, vodka, or 151(which i have recently become a major fan of).
Do we really need a thread about what kind of alcohol everybody is drinking on just about every game night?
Speaking of cluttering the board...
Yes yes we do, on another note my homebrewed blonde ale is done and just kegged this morning and should be aged/carbed perfectly for MSU so I have nothing today.
but now that I have posted here, I am sippin Welch's grape juice to hold off this cold...
Soft Parade. O...M...G... It's the next best thing behind having Denard as your qb.
GO Blue! labatt Blue that is
I'll have a screaming orgasim on the beach with extra sugar on the rim! Yum!---Ah......better make that last one a brewski....double brewski....
Not Jamarcus Russell style though, I'm sick.
A juice box. That is all.
Labatt blue once i get home from work
I am sitting in tax law now, but bourbon later on
Ron Ron Juice.
Now, I will wait and see if anybody knows what the hell I'm talking about...
The Lindsey Lohan:
A red headed slut with a little coke.
Note: Apparently it is served on campus at the Brown Jug (If I remember correctly)
4 Loko..... actually Oktoberfest.
Blue Moon tonight.
I guess it's waning now
As a patient once said to me in the ER..."It's not that I drank alot, it's that I drank constantly" And with that I'll open what's cold...
Rickstacy. 3 parts top shelf vodka, 1 part baileys, 1 part southern comfort, and 1 part creme de banana.
Pumpkin spice latte while studying in the library. They are addicting and I have to get them while I can. I've got some good ole Boston Lager waiting for me when I get home though.
ooh that's a good idea to have a latte with Bailey's while you study. helps take the edge off the anxiety of test prep
Shiner Oktoberfest. It's a marzen style, which means the less sweet oktoberfest than say a Sam Adams. I've also got a Saint Arnold's Divine Reserve #9 left that I'm trying to save until Halloween. It's a 11% Pumpkin Pie Stout. Most excellent.
a little founders dirty bastard, and the spit from magnus' angry sputtering.
I just finished a pint of Belhaven's Scottish Ale and now I'm on a pint of Weihenstephaner Doppel Bock, and I know it's goo dbecuase I had to type my password three times before i got it right,
so milk. Chocolate milk if I feel like going crazy.
Hey guys, I'm looking for a good pumpkin-type beer. I have had Octoberfest, Oktoberfest, and all other mainstream variations, but I want to try some smaller brewery type stuff. I also want to try and cook with some of it too, so the more pumpkin-y the better. Any good suggestions?
Also, I have been wanting to ask this for a few days but for the sake of the board, I waited until an appropriate thread popped up instead of creating a new one. So, I'm hoping people actually respond, haha.
If you can get a hold of Sam Adams Pumpkin Ale, it's still the only pumpkin ale I've tried worth remembering. It's hard to find as they've only done a few batches ever. I was lucky enough to visit their original brewery (the one they tour in Boston) on a day when they opened a barrel. That was the first one they'd taken out of storage in 9 months.
Hey thanks, I did some research and found this out:
The Samuel Adams Harvest Pumpkin Ale is being sold as part of the Harvest Collection, Boston Beer’s latest seasonal variety pack, alongside the Boston Lager, Octoberfest, Irish Red, Black Lager and Dunkelweizen. Like the pumpkin beer, the Dunkelweizen is only available in the variety pack.
EDIT: Just as an FYI: this is the first year making it available to the mass public in the variety pack, and they are also considering mass production of it as a stand-alone beer if it gets enough popularity.
The harvest collection is outstanding and their pumpkin ale is pretty good and i hate pumpkin anything for the most part.
I'm currently drinking the Dogfish Head Punkin Ale. It's pretty damn good. I also just had the Saranac Pumpkin Ale... also very tasty.
Agreed, Dogfish's Punkin is the best pumpkin ale I've had as well.
Harvest Moon (which you could find at any Kroger or Meijer) is the truest "pumpkin flavor" I've tasted in a beer. However my personal favorite is Ichabod Ale, produced by New Holland. It is a tad spicier, and doesn't quite focus on the pumpkin flavor so much as the general spice/pumpkin combo. It is a little harder to find; if you live in the Ann Arbor area, the best place to go would be Huckleberry's on Washtenaw (near secy of state) but I am sure that Beer Depot would also have it, as well as the party store on Anne.
I'll definitely try both. The girlfriend wanted to make pumpkin bread with a good "pumpkin-tasting" beer. So I assume that means the more pumpkin-y the better. I don't know. Personally, I like the beer that incorporates more spice into it if I'm just drinking it by itself so I'm looking forward to the Ichabod Ale. Thanks.
Baileys +chocolate milkshake the drink of barwis.
Seriously it tastes amazing like a mint chocolate shake
Don't knock it til you try it.
Simpson & Son Revitalizing Tonic
Lemon Tea Ale.
Got my 6'er of Busch Light tall boys! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!
This round consists of an Amber malted version of an American IPA and also a pale ale that was wet hopped.
I've overserved myself the Dilithium Kool-Aide.
Actually I'm drinking Sierra Nevada "Tumbler" Autumn Brown Ale. Not Bad.
Oh - and I am hoping to open a can of whip-ass on Saturday afternoon.
I'd open up whoop(p)ass
in the words of joe namath i like my johnnie walker black and my women blonde