Peppers at 10, which seems low.
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|17 weeks 3 days ago||Ford Bronco.||
|30 weeks 1 day ago||Will do, I generally take 90||
Will do, I generally take 90 between MI and Sioux Falls but on the off chance that weather pushes me down to 80 I will do. You can add my on untappd under this same username.
|30 weeks 1 day ago||I think Pompeii is their best||
I think Pompeii is their best hoppy beer but I have had almost all of the pales and most are pretty mild (I'd prefer more flavor). I am living in Sioux Falls currently and TG is one of the better beers we get there.
|30 weeks 1 day ago||Alpine NelsonToppling Goliath||
|34 weeks 1 day ago||Chatsports=Bolivia.||
|35 weeks 6 days ago||Surly Darkness 2014 and 2015,||
Surly Darkness 2014 and 2015, Todd the Axe Man, and Abrasive. It was a Surly day for me after the refs ruined my day against PSU.
|37 weeks 6 days ago||I lived in Orange City for||
I lived in Orange City for the first few years of my life, small world.
|42 weeks 12 hours ago||Surly Wet. Great stuff.||
Surly Wet. Great stuff.
|50 weeks 13 hours ago||Heady Topper, Sip of||
Heady Topper, Sip of Sunshine, Hill Farmstead Single Hop Nelson, and a Lost Nation Gose.
|1 year 11 weeks ago||My dad is in town for the||
My dad is in town for the River Bank Run and we are drinking a KBS Vertical, 2012-2015.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||I would love to see that. I||
I would love to see that. I feel like as we get healthier we are going to make a serious push for 3rd.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||Please no. Wenger already||
Please no. Wenger already can't beat Mourinho.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||Took a 2012 BCBS and a 2013||
Took a 2012 BCBS and a 2013 KBS out to celebrate with a M fan buddy.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||I am guessing our palates are||
I am guessing our palates are pretty similar when it comes to IPAs given the beers you have listed now and in the past in drinking threads (PtE was honestly underwhelming to me given the hype, I truly like Sucks better). Unfortunately, there aren't many bottled beers from MI that fulfill that criteria as our breweries tend to be a bit more malt forward outside of the taproom one offs and smaller breweries that don't distribute. One I would definitely recommend (although it is an APA) is Odd Side Citra Pale from Grand Haven, MI.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||None of those beers are||
None of those beers are available outside of VT unless you are willing to trade with people who travel there or live there (BA and r/beertrade), I was listing my favorite VT beers because he mentioned it as a great beer state and I did a beercation there last summer. What time in the summer do you usually come?
|2 years 24 weeks ago||Ohio actually has some world||
Ohio actually has some world class breweries. Don't sell the state's beer scene short because its sports fans are a bunch of cooler poopers.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||Yeah, I am well aware of BA||
Yeah, I am well aware of BA and BeerFly. I often use it and r/beer to find out where to go when I am traveling. I would love to make it out to California for a beercation sometime but I would need at least 2 weeks to make it from SoCal to Norcal (your state is too damn big, VT made things easy) and try all the breweries I want to try. I had a long post typed up for you and decided to delete it, but in my beer drinking lifetime I have visited over 100 breweries and in the past year alone I tried 400+ unique beers. I havent been through a state where I was unable to find beer or breweries I really liked and this includes states like IA (Toppling Goliath) and SD (Crow Peak). You should be more open to beer from other places, if you only drink SoCal beer you are missing out big time.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||If you are feeling rich, this||
If you are feeling rich, this is the best mass produced GF IPA I have had (both the main IPA and IPA #2):
They ship but get out your Amex Black.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||I was going to say, I have||
I was going to say, I have had a few of the easier to source "top" Cali IPAs (PtE, Blind Pig, Sculpin, Union Jack, and Alesmith IPA) and none of them touched Double Sunshine, Susan, Abner, or Heady Topper for me and I prefer the same dry/unbalanced "West Coast" IPAs that I am guessing she does.
|2 years 24 weeks ago||Societe||
|2 years 30 weeks ago||Can normal yahoos like myself||
Can normal yahoos like myself fish there or is it completely private?
|2 years 30 weeks ago||How is the ice? I love ice||
How is the ice? I love ice fishing but I am generally a wimp when it comes to safe ice (I like a minimum of 4", save the puerile jokes).
|2 years 30 weeks ago||I am drinking a FFF Immutable||
I am drinking a FFF Immutable Darkness because that term is synonymous with my 2013 experience.
I started the night with a GLBC Nosferatu and 2 Green Flash Palate Wreckers. I may finish the night with a Barrel Aged Alpha Klaus with Orange Peel depending on how the FB team is doing.
|2 years 37 weeks ago||How many points did we score||
How many points did we score in that game? How many total yards did we have? Did we have a negative rushing total? Did our defense and special teams consistently put our offense in a position to succeed? What was Mississippi State's defense ranked that year?
|2 years 37 weeks ago||Greenbush Demeter Founders||
Founders Backwoods Bastard
Southern Tier Warlock
|2 years 37 weeks ago||www.reddit.com/r/beertrade|
|2 years 39 weeks ago||Clarex works very well at||
Clarex works very well at reducing gluten to FDA mandated "safe" levels for people with Gluten Intolerance (all Omission is tested at <20ppm, which is the standard from the Codex Alimentarius) but "safe" is hit or miss depending on the severity of your disease d/t the fact that it uses an enzymatic process to break down the protein chains in gluten. It doesn't omit (like sorghum based beers) or remove the gluten altogether. The Harvester Beers are Sorghum and Chesnut based which will always add a certain twang (drink a Bards to get a face full of the twang, worst beer EVAR) but they hide it enough for me to genuinely like them. If you are a very brittle celiac, I would tend to stick with the ANZAC definitions for gluten free and stay away from any enzymatically reduced beers.
|2 years 39 weeks ago||Greens Tripel is good. The||
Greens Tripel is good. The Omission series by Widmer are passable (they use Clarex like Damm Daura). Thus far the best I have found for my buddy who is gluten intolerant are from Harvester Brewing in OR (they have 2 IPAs), I would drink them without hesitation and I am not gluten intolerant. They ship, but have your Amex Black ready.
|3 years 1 week ago||I recommend Rodenbach Grand||
I recommend Rodenbach Grand Cru to people who want to experiment with sours (it is mild, relatively affordable, and easily acquired unlike Cantillon or Russian River) but my guess is that if Monk's was too sour it might just not be a good beer style for him. It took me a long time to appreciate sours and I still have to be in the right mood.
|3 years 1 week ago||Sours are an acquired taste.||
Sours are an acquired taste. Which one did you try?