What is your favorite beer? (Read 2973 times)

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Bjørnmannen

    I was away from Nashville for a few years and sorely missed Yazoo.  Now that I'm pack, that's pretty much all I drink.  Their Hef, Pale Ale, Gertz, and Dos Perros are my personal favorites.

     

     

    I miss Yazoo  (and Nashville)!

     

    Does anyone else brew their own beer? My current favorites are my latest creations -- finishing off an Oktoberfest and about to bottle a honey porter. But if I had to pick an all-time favorite, it'd probably be something from Yazoo. I really like that place and just about everything they make.

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    2013 Goals: (1) Sub-30 5k; (2) first marathon; (3) 1500 miles logged; and (4) 14 races total.

     

    Upcoming Races: (1) 5/18- Viola Valley Half Marathon; (2) 6/9- Ann Arbor Half Marathon; (3) 7/4- Music City 10k; (4) 8/10- Granville Irish Half Marathon; (5) 9/22- Bluegrass Half Marathon; (6) 10/6- Music City Half Marathon; and (7) 10/20- Detroit Free Press Marathon.

      I'm going to lose major cool points for this admission:

       

      1)  Bud Ice.

      2)  PBR on occasion (for historical sake... :-)

       

      That's about it.  I am a simple man.  --- Do I at least get a couple cool points back for the fact that I can't stand MGD-64?

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      A Dance with Monkeys

         I miss Yazoo  (and Nashville)!

         

        Happy to send you some...

         

        ...anything in SC that is awesome to send back?

         

        This is for real.

        Biking Bad


        finnegan begin again

          That Yazoo was great. I hope to enjoy it sometime again post race.

           

          Tonight I ran only because my group ran from my favorite brewery. The Church Brew Works.

           

          Skip Primanti's if you're in town and go here.

          "... the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives every thing its value..."  Thomas Paine Dec 23, 1776 The Crisis 

           

          Adversity is the first path to truth. Lord Byron


          Dad of a real runner

            Oh my, so many to choose from.

            Draft - combine a guinness and a smithwicks for a blacksmith.

            bottle - Shiner Bock

            can - Oskar Blues Ten Fidy (at 10.5 alcohol this one will mellow you out fast).

               

              I miss Yazoo  (and Nashville)!

               

              Does anyone else brew their own beer? My current favorites are my latest creations -- finishing off an Oktoberfest and about to bottle a honey porter. But if I had to pick an all-time favorite, it'd probably be something from Yazoo. I really like that place and just about everything they make.

               

              I brew here.  I have triple Belgium fermenting now and putting together wishlist of brews over couple months.  Did an Octoberfet a couple years ago, wish I had done again last fall.

               

              Dont know about favorites- spent weekend in Denver, Boulder, and Ft. Collins for brewery tours- O'Dells, Breckenridge, and Avery were all awesome.  Can't go wrong with Bells out of Kalamazoo, MI either.

              Dimitri Minaev


                Call it a prejudice, but I never liked the taste of drinks and food made of rotten barley, sour grapes, mouldy potato or decaying apples Smile


                Chasing the bus

                  I just gotta give it up for Ballast Point Imperial Porter...snagged one at whole foods tonight and it was immense! Just HUGE and complex at the same time. Right now I'm drinking a Mana White. It could make me start thinking about lighter beer again...

                  “You're either on the bus or off the bus.”
                  Tom Wolfe, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

                    Call it a prejudice, but I never liked the taste of drinks and food made of rotten barley, sour grapes, mouldy potato or decaying apples Smile

                     

                    There speaks a man who has never tasted a good Romanée-Conti... Smile


                    Prince of Fatness

                      Happy to send you some...

                       

                      ...anything in SC that is awesome to send back?

                       

                      This is for real.

                       

                      No kidding?

                      Semi-retired.

                      Yooper3.1


                        The beer at U Fleku:  http://en.ufleku.cz/


                        Imminent Catastrophe

                           

                          Happy to send you some...

                           

                          ...anything in SC that is awesome to send back?

                           

                          This is for real.

                           

                          That's probably illegal.

                          "Able to function despite imminent catastrophe"

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                          Boston Marathon 21 April 2014

                          Tahoe Rim Trail 100M 19/20 July 2014


                          Prince of Fatness

                            Troegs Flying Mouflan.  Aged two years.  Wow.

                            Semi-retired.


                            Feeling the growl again

                              Troegs Flying Mouflan.  Aged two years.  Wow.

                               

                              +1, though I don't know how long mine was aged.

                              "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

                               


                              Prince of Fatness

                                +1, though I don't know how long mine was aged.

                                 

                                A year.  I'm glad that you didn't drink that one right away.  I have had this one fresh and while good you need to let it sit.  If I had to pick one style of beer that aging works wonders with it is barleywine.

                                Semi-retired.