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I'm in the wedding (groomsman). So I can't exactly skip it.
Hire a double to stand in for you.
There's a brewfest here in Laramie the day after my bday coming up. It looks pretty decent for a small town, with some good breweries.
This week is dragging. I have a Brewfest Sat. Some good breweries, I can't wait.
Just bought season 5 of breaking bad ill be occupied all night
Nice, what breweries are pouring?
Here's the list
Anyone ever tried Raging Bitch?
A Flying Dog beer i believe? I had it in their variety case. It was good, one of my fav beers from them.
Im a huge huge fan of nitrogen based beers...any other fans out there? Nitrogen beers are easier to drink, and make you less full than their CO2 counterparts. Some favorites are Old Speckled Hen, Wexford Irish Cream, Bellhaven Scottish Ale, Boddingtons, Guinness. You can also find small batch or craft beers occasionally that have a nitrogen handle, which is cool to see out at the bar.
Huh, didn't know Boddingtons and Guinness were nitrogen beers.
The only time I've known I was drinking a nitrogen beer was at this place in DC that has a few of its own brews, including a nitrogen one. Was interesting, but thought it was a bit weird, so I've not really gone for them since then. But hell, I drink Boddingtons all the time, so maybe I'll seek out some other ones now.
I don't really care for any nitro-tap or nitrogen beers. The local brewpub has a stout that is poured from a nitro-tap. It's pretty good, but not something I'll ever seek out again.
Anyone ever been to Casa Fuente in Vegas? It's a very highly rated cigar and drink haven.
Sour ales > IPAs
All day, every day.
Had Boddingtons a few weekends ago for the first time and really enjoyed it. Looking forward to try some of those other nitrogen beers except Guinness which is only good in Irish car bombs
Nitro beers are cool. You use them for black and tans to float on top. I used to make reverse black and tans with Boddingtons and some porter.
They're number 3 for me.
Silly rabbit. Hops are for kids.
Both hops and cannabis contain antimicrobial substances. This is why hops extract is used in natural deodorants. Cannabinoids in cannabis are effective at killing MRSA, a drug-resistant bacteria.
The active principle in hops is a fine, yellow resinous powder called "lupulin" which is classified as a narcotic because it will dull the senses in moderate doses and cause stupor or coma in larger amounts.
I've fielded that question many times, usually after someone has sampled an especially resinous IPA -- although at
They're number 4 for me:
2. Bud light
Switch Light to Bud and I agree.
And which sours have you tried, exactly?
I wish I had more access to Sour/Wild Ales. Russian River makes quite a few great Wild Ales.
Jolly Pumpkin makes a lot solid ones.
(assuming you are in Michigan)
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