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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by KBKEITH, Mar 10, 2017.
At least scotch is not dry hopped.
Hmm, you might be on to something....
In honor of this thread I have decided to try this bottle tonight.
It is a Flemish Red Ale that is aged in oak barrels for 18 months.
Let me answer your question by showing you Kitty's water bowl. When I first got her she was so small she couldn't reach it and had to climb on the glass to drink.
I live across the street from Buddy's and used to be in a mug club there. I'm sure that's where this came from.
Very nice! I’d be all over that one.
That chalice would be great for consuming Belgian beers.
I'll ask, but I don't think cats like beer.
IIRC Cadieux Cafe serves Chimay in a similar glass, just more of a finer stemware glass. It’s been awhile.
Ahh yes, the place where you can feather bowl.
I have several chalices, specifically for Belgian beer. Must use appropriate glassware.
Poor cat! Miller Lite . . .
I have a feeling I will be getting some new glassware in the near future.
And the last beer of the night...,
Well, Boise (loathe, borderline hate, this team) and Wisconsin lost (I'm enjoying an Immortal, so this is relevant), Oregon won, as well as Utah.
So, for this moment, there is balance in the Universe.
Man you guys are bringing back memories tonight. Grew up a few blocks from there. What a fun and rare sport feather bowling is. That you can drink good beer while doing it is also nice.
Anchor Christmas Ale is out already. I picked up two 6 packs from Total wine. Really delicious stuff.
That looks like a new bottle. Their logo has changed.
Was at Pond Hill Farm a couple of days ago. Their Tunnel Vision Brewery has a new Brut IPA that was pretty tasty. Had a KGB IPA too, old standby.
If any “locals” are planning on a ride through the Tunnel of Trees, check it out. https://www.pondhill.com/