The who, what, when, where, and why of beer. :beercheer:
Well, if you are looking for answers on all those questions, come over to belgium!!!The who, what, when, where, and why of beer. :beercheer:
Gotta agree with you on the Mexican beers Doc, I like Tecate, Bohemia,Negra Modelo being the ones, and AGREED no stinkin Corona!!!Generally, I will opt for Guinness, but I like a number of Irish beers. Harp, Smithwick's (pronounced "Smirticks or Smeerticks by the Irish) and others.
I also like Sam Adams. There are a couple of local microbreweries that make good stuff, including Great Lakes, with names such as Edmund Fitzgerald Porter and Fire River Ale.
I also like several Mexican beers, especially Tecate and Dos Equis. NO CORONA PLEASE!
I'm not a big fan of most of the domestics, personally.
it was good but i like the chimay white better.We
Btw, pdx210 I haven't tasted a "St Feuillien triple" yet, let me know how it goes down!
Nice, just thinking about beer, makes me wanna drink some I'm gonna open up a vedett, just for startersit was good but i like the chimay white better.
We have a market here that has 1000's of beers and the largest selection of Belgium beers Ive ever seen they even carry Kegs of Stella Artois, La Chouffe, Lindemans Framboise,Duchesse De Bourgogne, St. Bernardous,
Good idea, you will not regret it. No I haven't been to the west-vleteren brewery yet. But is on my list of things I will get to eventually. It will be like a pilgrimage for mei need to make a trip to Belgium someday have you been to Westvleteren brewery
Well, beer is an excellent meal replacer! One beer (no not a bud-light, a real beer) equals 4 slices of bread. So, just have a beer 4 times a day, eat some steak for the protein and you are good to go!And thanks for starting this thread, I'm trying to lose weight you know.
I almost hate to post this but....Using Vertigo's logic, a beer or two could be used to replace a big stack of pancakes for breakfast! Beer n bacon..mmmmm.
I don't know about that "bowl of fretos", but it is a known trick around here to drink one more beer on the morning of the hangover. It is supposed to help you cope with the hangover, by getting you slightly drunk again.I almost hate to post this but....
I had a buddy in the Corps who after a night of drinking and raising hell and waking with a bad hangover.... and I swear this is the truth..
Would pour a cold beer over a bowl of Fretos and eat it like a bowl of ceral...
I will admit to washing jelly filled do-nuts down with beer once but I was young and ...hungry?
How long did it sit in the carboy? What temp was it aging at? I would imagine from my experience with assisting on mead batches that the temp might have fluctuated a lot during the process.I tried to make mead once, using a kit I got at a Ren Faire. It got all vinegary. I think I let it sit in the jug for too long while it was fermenting. I don't come across mead too often but it's really good stuff.