Discussion in 'The Off Topic Room' started by JBroida, Sep 11, 2011.
so what would be considered a rough port?
Poor analogy on my part. I'm thinking you're more the PBR type.
Any port in a storm?...
PBR type... not even close, try again dave, haha.
Always figured you an IPA man, nice and bitter
I bought a bottle of GS 15 based on Ralfy's praiseworthy review. I wouldn't give it such a high mark but it was decent for the price. On the Campbeltown theme try and find a bottle of Springbank 12 year old Cask Strength (Batch 15; 56.5% abv). Truly an exceptional batch and MUCH better than GS imo.
Did a volunteer diner tonight at a legion, the guys there knew I liked the malt, so they handed me a double of glen Breton 10.
had nikka coffey again last night at a bar, liked it enough i decided to pick up a bottle next time. reminds me of redbreast with a hint of sweetness.
I'll be drinking some of this tonight. Just got the shipment from Belgium.
Damage: I see you really like Belgium beer. If you will ever come here give me a shout, we can drink a few glasses together
Your question reminded me of an old ad...
And just for the record, it's a fairly pedestrian port.
Sounds great. You'll just have to put up with my antisocial behavior.
We can bring some knives, put them on the table look at them and drink beer
making the best of Jersey Shore for the holiday...the “Jersey Bellini” lol
Better than what we used to do....Rolling Rock and Peach Schnapps. I miss that grey Jersey sand.
It's a little too sweet
Drinking a glass of Negroni. Just got home from the airport.
Bought this bottle at the duty free prior to arriving in Seoul. Tonight is my last night, so I'm knocking it all down.
inspired by bkultra's drink of choice:
Continuing the current theme
Next up del maguey pechuga.
As much as I enjoy kombucha, jun is taking over my habits, and at like $2 more per bottle daaaimn. I find the wild tonic jun to be super tasty and my favorite is the Blueberry Mint one, tonight I tried this one for a change. That cloying dryness of turmeric seems to really shine through here with the sweetness of the honey, but overshadows the usual bite of this ferment to a point that I’m not super duper satisfied. Its ok. It’s pretty good.
Zalto Denk'art universal : I like these alot, useful for many different kinds of drinks, surprisingly durable yet delicate feeling in the hand and, as you say, it looks good.
indeed - I could tell right away. Always nice to see these around - assuming you have a wine "issue" like me as well?
Shandygaffs; Stone IPA & Fever Tree Ginger Beer.
I've got no issues with wine, Anton... bourbon on the other hand
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