My wife went to a conference this week in Stowe, VT and came back with these:
A friend of mine homebrews. For his most recent beer I helped him make it. What started off as a plain old milk stout turned into the most potent beer I’ve ever drank.
What do you see?
I hope that everyone is having a relaxing weekend. Me, the wife and dog are hanging out at the US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, enjoying live music, climbing wall competitions over a deep water pool, some adult beverages and this classic C10 being used for vending.
My girlfriend and I are celebrating our 3 year anniversary with one of our favourite beers.
Some say Sint Sixtus Westvleteren 12 is the world’s best beer. I’m no expert, but I can confirm that it is extremely delicious. And that drinking two 10.2 percent alcohol beers at lunchtime on a hot day will result in a long afternoon nap.
Celebrating with an international beer, a collab of Superflux from Vancouver, and Gigantic from Portland.
I’m celebrating at home, with a crowler of one from the Richmond area’s best-kept secret.
Unfortunately I’m allergic to wine, so we’re having a strong blonde ale aged in pear brandy barrels. It’s pretty magnificent.
I’m at my third bar of the night, and my favourite in the city, one that has recently had the project cancelled that was scheduled to demolish it, so I’m happy.
I found a brewery by accident. Some days you set out to go to one, some days it finds you. I came to Fort Monroe to take pictures, and I saw the signs. Had to stop and get a beer.
It is an 8.1% double IPA and hazy and good.
I found this Brooklyn baby at my local beer shop. At 13% I don’t think many people who unironically say “on fleek” would like it. Oh well. I like it.
Starting by killing a growler of blackberry berlinerweisse
rlopHad a long day at work, so cracked open one of the local DIPAs I got the other day. I’m already buzzed.