Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.
All the dishes rattle in the cupboards when the elephants arrive
My beer of choice tonight is Johnny Drum Private Stock bourbon. Gotta branch out, you know.
had some of this deliciousness tonight...
Nine beers Americans no longer drink.
Since my doctor told me to drink beer for my kidney stones, I've been discovering what I don't like (Budweiser, etc.) and what I do (anything dark). after finishing off a six-pack of Sam Adams Oktoberfest and really enjoying it, I picked up their winter lager.
It is drinkable. It goes down quickly. Other than that, I can't particularly say I'm enjoying it. It reminds me of some wassail a lady I know makes around Christmas, with an added alcohol taste.
No Victims, by me
The rest is drama.
What begins at the water shall end there, and what ends there shall once more begin. --Straka
Yes, the recent growth of dark beers has been a welcome addition to the beer scene. Hard to even call it the same drink as the watered down American Lagers that we've been so accustomed to.
Best Christmas Ale I've had. Fantastic stuff.
Breckinridge Christmas Ale. Had a couple tonight on tap. Pretty good, but not great. I wanted Corsendonk Belgium Strong Christmas Ale but unfortunately the keg had run dry.
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I've been to dinner at Jimmy Buffet's house, and I've eaten it at a homeless shelter. And there's great joy and harrowing terror to be found in both places.