We found this one from Eel River, along with a two other single- bottle-beers, at the Costco off Morena nestled between some buy-by-the-pallet macro beers. Pretty good and only $5.99.
I had forgotten they I had a few Surly beers in my fridge (mail order treats that Michele grabbed for me) until visiting with a friend that recently moved to Minnesota. This 99 IBUs hoppy red ale is one of their local favorites. If’n you are planning to make a trek to Surly I’ve been […]
Why, yes it is – Cuvee de Tomme on a pretty glass peacock table. Tasted great and lack of visible carbonation barely noticeable; it had a good mouth feel, if that makes any sense. I think this was a bottle from last year.
Grabbed a Mango IPA pint with an Older Viscosity sidecar. Older was released this past Saturday… in case you didn’t know…. and it is currently on draft at the brewery. … and no, my pic is not leaning, the bar is…. the liquid lines in my glasses are level.
Social hour almost over…
Mr. Bossman requested I attend local Chamber of Commerce event tonight….. held at Latitude 33 Brewing. Yep, taking one for the team. I decided on Coconuts on Rye to have in hand whilst socializing…n drinking. And considering I’m antisocial…. it’s really just drinking.
With hot sake and draft Sapporo, imported from Canada, to sip while waiting for late night sushi….oh.. it has arrived… Yay!
Once every ten years is a long time. Two years of Southern Tier Cuvee: 1 n 2 Ol’ Coton Exponential Hoppiness more to come.
Once for 14-days, I stopped drinking and did my best to eat better. In the end I lost exactly 2- weeks of my life. Enjoying Matt and Nicole’s bottle share party. Yummy stuff…. more to come.