Beer (so much more than just a breakfast drink)


#21

looks dark


#22

you no like dark?


#23

Thank god you are getting more. Do you think anyone would be foolish enough spark up a bong whist drinking that beer?


#24

I just cracked one of these open…


#25

i like dark

but can’t drink too much of em

i like the pale ales and pils

crispy kind of lager/pils flavors are the best…

i love guinness and scotch ale but can only drink so many ya know?


#26

One of the most satisfying drinks I’ve ever had is a pils on draft in Germany (Bavaria) in a tall conical glass with a short stem, with glass so fine it almost would cut your lip. Very chilled on a hot day. Blinding.

Like this glass only with pils in it…

It works especially well if the rim of the glass is sharp for some reason.


#27

Yeah, a good pilsener on tap is hard to beat .


#28

Veltins


#29

But really, my favorite Seattle brewery is easily Reuben’s. Every beer they make is incredible.


#30

Might kick tonight’s proceeding’ s off with an Ice Cold Asahi super DRY, Japan’s No 1 Beer apparently .:wink:


#31

They have that on draft here too


#32

I miss beer, but one of our local breweries came out with a gluten free one that actually tastes like beer. I have been drinking it non-stop.


#33

I thought Sierra Nevada made a pretty good gluten-free beer.

Torpedo Ale?

Doesn’t mention it being gluten free though on their site.


#34

Having a pretzel wheat beer. The burps are heavenly.


#35

Hey thebalvenie

We got more microbreweries than you… but barley.


#36

We have so many here I’m surprised to see us so far down the list.
Moving to Maine.


#37

Yeah, holy crap we’ve got a brewpub on every damn corner downtown it seems like and they’ve got about twice as many per person.

But look at all the ones in Colorado, Oregon and Washington - states that are “green-friendly”. I keep thinking Michigan will be next and then Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids will become a destination for Bake-ations®.


#38

I now have to live vicariously through threads like this and watch my friends. Got sober as of 12/24. It’s rough but it’s for the best.

I miss nerding over beers.


#39

I’m loving the Anchor Steam in bottles at the moment. It’s my new jam.


#40

sober for how long?

why?
health?
does it allow you to feel zero guilt in your workplace? is that a reason?
or is it a new year’s resolution

SORRY. not trying to pry or don’t know if you posted earlier about it and i missed it.