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I'm celebrating Jesus and my B-day tonight.

Don't worry.... there's plenty more beer,jerky, and vape where that came from! :drinks:  :nyam::smoke:

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I don't know how you do it Wooly... That picture is so well done you make Genesee beer look good!

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Wimps,lol

I'm celebrating Jesus and my B-day tonight.

Don't worry.... there's plenty more beer,jerky, and vape where that came from! :drinks:  :nyam::smoke:

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In my head, I replaced those vap things with a couple Cohiba cigars… I cried a little….

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And it has antler on it !?

 

That's a new sales gimmick for suckers like me!

I wouldn't touch the stuff if it didn't have horns on it.... BLAH-HUCK-TOOIEY.....tastes like Tinks they tell me!

Jesus loves the stuff though,lol

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My local Consumers Beverages only got 4 bottles of this. Going to enjoy mine now

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I'm going to guess you paid $30?

$22.99 +tax. Their whole limited series is phenomenal. Sucuba, Stickee Monkee , Parabola , Velvet Merkin etc Buddy is home from Seattle. Originally from here. Time we drink a nice beer together.

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Yea I checked out that griffin pub on transit that place was awesome

great burgers and such there. 100 craft beers. And some great ones too

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Long day - Time to relax

thats my one beer to have if I'm having twelve beers
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Since I have been going back and forth to Indy for work, that place is one of the microbrew capitals right now.

 

Got to drink a lot of Three Floyds Zombie Dust - I am not super into Pale Ales, but I was told by a co-worker to drive to every single establishment in Indy until I found it. Well, I found it in one spot, the only place within walking distance to the hotel I stay at. Let's just say I have drank a lot of it. Its hard to come by now in winter.

 

I understand now why it is widely acclaimed to be one of the top beers in the world. It has 100 ratings on most all major rating sites and placed third in the GABF.

 

Fat Tire doesn't have the acclaim, but been drinking that in Indy now. Pretty good for a go-to brew.


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Since I have been going back and forth to Indy for work, that place is one of the microbrew capitals right now.

 

Got to drink a lot of Three Floyds Zombie Dust - I am not super into Pale Ales, but I was told by a co-worker to drive to every single establishment in Indy until I found it. Well, I found it in one spot, the only place within walking distance to the hotel I stay at. Let's just say I have drank a lot of it. Its hard to come by now in winter.

 

I understand now why it is widely acclaimed to be one of the top beers in the world. It has 100 ratings on most all major rating sites and placed third in the GABF.

 

Fat Tire doesn't have the acclaim, but been drinking that in Indy now. Pretty good for a go-to brew.

Zombie Dust is an outstanding beer. Buddy makes a run to pick some up for us a couple times a year. Space Station:Middle Finger/ Alpha King/ Apocalypse Cow/ Gumballhead/ are a few others I've had from 3F but Zombie Dust by far the best.

 

Blech on Fat Tire IMO

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Had Gumball head and it was good - but not as good as the Zombie Dust.

 

I like amber ales so I am probably biased with Fat Tire, lol.


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The gas station by me carries adirondack ipa. Very good. I gave it a try a couple weeks ago and now I can't stop.

Always check the bottling date on IPA's. If it's more than 2 months  or so old I'd pass on it. The hops fall off pretty quick. Some companies have wonky coded dating thus making it hard to confirm bottling date. I bought a 6 pack of Ithaca Flower Power from the gas station on my way hope from a dark to dark. Couldn't establish dating only to find out the hops had fallen off considerably. This beer is usually kick you in the teeth hoppy. Not this time, more like an lager

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Always check the bottling date on IPA's. If it's more than 2 months  or so old I'd pass on it. The hops fall off pretty quick. Some companies have wonky coded dating thus making it hard to confirm bottling date. I bought a 6 pack of Ithaca Flower Power from the gas station on my way hope from a dark to dark. Couldn't establish dating only to find out the hops had fallen off considerably. This beer is usually kick you in the teeth hoppy. Not this time, more like an lager

good to know.   ill check the bottling next time

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thats my one beer to have if I'm having twelve beers

Have to watch my carbs and a can only has 3.2 total carbs. Not my first choice but it'll do for now.

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Used to drink Molson Golden Ale.attachicon.gif7Hdwt.jpg

 

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