#231

Member
Vancouver, BC
(04-29-2018, 03:29 PM)KingCobra Wrote:
(04-29-2018, 02:56 AM)celestino Wrote: Ahh! Good old Belgian beer. Just wonderful. I wish we had some of that warm and sunny weather.  Shy

You should come visit. Plenty of sunshine and there's always plenty of Belgian beer in my house to share  Big Grin .
Thank you for the offer, Max, and we'll see. I have never been to Vegas. Shy
Celestino
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#232

Merchant
Central Maine
(This post was last modified: 04-29-2018, 10:35 PM by ShadowsDad.)
I know this means nothing to anyone but me, but I really love good beer and haven't been able to indulge in even one for quite a few years. Yeah, it sux to age. My Dr. tells me that I have a atypical prostate. I suspect that it's the hops. I can drink hard liquor, but not beer and my Dr tells me that for most gents with this problem it's alcohol period. I drink a beer and my water worx shuts down. Do you know what that's like to have to urinate and not be able to? It's scary, and it's not something that one wants to repeat.

But this isn't about "boo hoo, crying my eyes out" for poor me.

As an experiment I took 4 "OO" saw palmetto caps the other day, then drank almost an entire 12 oz beer with no problems! That doesn't mean that I can imbibe to my hearts content, but I can once more enjoy a beer now and then at home. At one time I would come home from work and have a few steins on the deck before even thinking about dinner. It's amazing how one can work out the solutions for the world after a few home brews. Then I stopped with the homebrew and the entire world went to hell in a handbasket; or so it seems. Big Grin

I can't drink enough beer to justify home brewing again (oh, they were truly excellent ales!), but a great beer now and then would be wonderful! I don't expect my imbibing now and then to solve world problems though.

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#233

Member
Ferndale, MI
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This one is...interesting. I think it's the first Lagunitas brew that I don't really care for too much. Apparently I'm not keen on the new sour beer trend.
- Jeff
#234

Brother
U S A
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2018, 11:16 AM by alphege.)
[Image: 7EJ1skW.jpg]My friends and I just had some Equinox.
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#235

Member
Ferndale, MI
(09-13-2018, 11:04 AM)alphege Wrote: [Image: 7EJ1skW.jpg]My friends and I just had some Equinox.

No you didn't. That's my photo. Anyone can go a few pages back in this thread and see where I posted it. What gives man?! Why would you do that?
- Jeff
#236
I had one of these the other night when I took my son to dinner. He couldn't indulge as he's only 15 but it was delicious. I was already a fan of their 90 Minute IPA. And this one did not disappoint. Expensive but delicious.

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#237
Played my first round of golf for the 2018 season....sad, I know. But also enjoyed my first Bier Brewery beer, the PDG. It's an American Pale Ale and, for me, had a great hops flavor

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