It’s been a crazy work week - crazy good, though, in that everything I’ve been doing has been interesting and different from my regular day-to-day. Week ain’t over but the majority is done. Once I deal with tomorrow I can relax Friday.
Its cool enough inside to be drinking this. Don’t know if I could handle this in 100°F outside.
Much smoother than I expected, fantastic taste that is hoppy but not as bitter as most regular IPA's.
Good, but with a coconut finish. Art clearly based on Wizards, which is a very interesting movie.
This is a fantastic fuck you.
I want to try this, I like beer, I like lemonade, seems like a win-win. Really don’t want to waste me shekels though.
I’m drowning my sorrows due to issues in my personal life. I decided to go with the most powerful, local, yet still widely available nearby, brew, despite it not being dark beer weather anymore. Anyone else indulging this evening?
Less than 24 hours ago I was drinking an ale on the North Shore:
Starting my vacation off the right way: relaxing with some beer on a Saturday night. This one will have me feeling pretty good pretty fast. I’ve been waiting to try the 120 Minute IPA for a couple years now and finally picked one up recently.
For Oppos that have tried Against the Grain before. Just showed up at my local liquor store and I’m curious, but that’s a lot of money for a bomber. If so, which of these would you recommend?
Decided to pick up this local pale ale at a local craft beer place today. At 8%, it’s deceptively strong due to the strawberry flavor. I’ve been to the brewery before, but they didn’t have it on tap at the time. It was worth the wait. I also picked up a second beer I’ve been waiting a long time to try, but I’m saving…
With the most meta/ironic of local beers, “Craft Beer is Dead”. It’s the latest from Superflux, arguably the most hyped microbrewery in the area.
And this just came on the radio.
Getting ready for international beer day
I’m having New Belgium’s take on the hazy IPA. I picked it up on a whim while grocery shopping last week. The style is fairly popular here in the Richmond area, with a couple of breweries specializing in them and more bringing them out on occasion. I like this version enough that it might be a go-to for me as long as…
After a miserably cold and wet March, an odd 80* day calls for some porch time. This lovely DIPA is a local brew by Triple Crossing, and part of the “hazy NEIPA” trend in craft beer. I absolutely love these juicy, silky-smooth beers!
I’m so glad Friday is a holiday.