Kevin doesn’t like beer. What an idiot. Firestone Walkers Solace!
Late at night, last night. Skull Splitter was a great heavy scotch ale. Really powerful. Red Rice Ale was the exact opposite but really good and the Dogfish Head Sixty One was like a grape soda. I dig it though.
Picked up some Fort Collins Brewery bottles when I was in Louisiana. They don’t get distributed in Texas so grabbed all I saw. I was impressed with the Rocky Mountain IPA and their Chocolate Stout. Red Banshee, Z and Kidd didn’t really knock my socks off, but I did like the Major Toms wheat ale. It had a splash of pomegranate and made for a good after sweaty band practice ale. All in all I like what I had and the artist creating the labels really makes the brewery stand out.
“What do you wanna do with your life?”
“I WANNA DRINK!”
Left Hand Twin Sister Double IPA and Twisted Sister! That was a really good IPA.
Slumbrew’s My Better Half Imperial Cream Ale and throwing on The Beastie Boys Check Your Head record.
The Bollocks Imperial IPA from Brash in MA. Speaking of bollocks that’s a pretty offensive bottle opener.
The Audacity of Hops from the very cool and not distributed in my state Cambridge Brewing Company. Hop filled and dry. I dig this double ipa.
Caldera IPA from Oregon, Abita’s SOS, which was a great wheat ale, and BOOM Imperial Pilsner. Hell of a Sunday night in LA.
Adventures in Louisiana. Canebrake from Parish Brewing was really kicking ass. I also found a some to take home. Stopped at Radio Bar and grabbed a Ghost Rider White IPA, Slumbrews Trekker Trippel, which was great and a MechaHopZilla Double IPA from NOLA Brewing. Hard to see in the pics but trust me I had them. Then grabbed a McSorleys Irish Pale Ale at Boondock Saint. I didn’t care for it.
Crawfish, BBQ shrimp and NOLA Brewings Hopitoulas IPA. Also just picked up a shit ton beer that is not sold in Texas. When in Rome, drink local!!
Magic Hat Summer Orgy. Grabbed this pack last night and put the keys in the fishbowl. Magic Hat #9 is a dirty pale ale that I enjoy but the other three were new to me.
The Hicu is a cucumber hibiscus ale. I liked it. Erin took a sip and spit it across the room.
Elder Betty is an elder berry ale, which was good, and Blind Faith was an IPA that I had been wanting to try. I tried it.