"(Imported from Italy) Went nicely with the Deep Dish Chicago Classic at Uno."
"A Streetcar Named Belgium....Stella!!"
"Just enough lemon zest and spice. One of the better summer brews."
"A hoppy little ale with Olde New England flavor."
"A St. Paddy's day staple. Easy like juice, hard like beer. "
"Beer by Trappist Monks who only pray and make God's brew? I'm in!"
"A fine 20 oz serving at LuxeBurger in Providence, RI"
"I forgot to load this one from Christmas."
"Sipping a 22 oz tall one at Boston's famous bar's little brother."
Bud Light Lime is the the blue-collar guy's lemon-water. Nice.
Founders makes really nice stuff.
I haven't seen that one at my local beer-store,...where'd you get it?
I cannot see it, but I am sure it was delicious.
Too fancy for my taste.
Very cool brew. Nice upload.
I don't know anyone that really likes Peeps, but this must be a cool tasting cocktail.
Too sweet for my taste. Hope everyone had a fine Easter.
Looks like a lot going on there. Zesty!
RE your comment on Spaten Oktoberfest: Dry beers like Michelob Dry? Sure! But haven't had one in ~20 yrs. what happened to them? As far as German Oktoberfests go Spaten is great, but my favorite is Paulaner's. Amazing.
I recall you don't like the IPAs... I would say don't be afraid of the Otter Creek Alpine Black IPA, because it's not a hop-monster at all, though it is odd.
I'll be interested to hear what you think about the Woodchuck Granny Smith. As for the Rum in the Caribean Apple, I don't know. It was gift from my brother, and it comes from a trip he took to PR. The bottle says Puerto Rico's Finest (almost sounds like something else) and doesn't have a brand name. I'll add it as a drink and include a shot of the bottle -- it's very good on the rocks, though not my favorite Rum. I'd probably put that as a tie between Appleton Estate V/X and Barbancourt 8 y/o.
BrewGuru, I'd recommend the Flying Dog Raging Bitch, definitely. It's brewed in Maryland, here's some info on the beer itself: http://www.flyingdogales.com/Beer-Anniversary.aspx Enjoy!
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