Seems like the tap version of the beer went pretty quick. Found a bottle version while out and about on a Friday evening. I liked the Enjoy By more than the baby Sculpin I had in the shower this afternoon…..and I really like Sculpin. Rabbit Gumbo was pretty good too.
Dogfish Head Punkin Ale for the lady, while I grabbed a baby Sculpin from Ballast Point.
Oh…and that’s a 22oz pour of Port Brewing Fallbrook Homegrown Pale Ale sitting on top of it. Get while you can because it won’t last long.
We were 90% through an afternoon bike ride and made a detour to California Kabob for beer. I grabbed a Stone Enjoy by 9-21 IPA, while the lady had a Biere D’Hougoumont from Brewery Ommegang. Both went well with lamb tacos, 2 for $5 Taco Tuesday…mmmm.
Much needed liquid and nourishment after a bike ride on this warm Sunday in San Diego. Sierra Nevada Hop Logger (Beer Camp) in the big boy glass for me, and Dupont Saison for the lady, will go perfect with Suzy’s Summer Squash Pizza.
Shweaty Balls. Not a hot day really, but warm. Most the day driving places, but never long enough to benefit from the air conditioning in the truck. Cooling off by taking off my pants and drinking a beer pool side.
Lost & Found makes a spectacular transformation while aging in red wine barrels. Not often available, so get it when you can.
This has been in the fridge’s beer-drawer for a while now. Still pretty good, but not as tasty as it is when fresh on draft. Lost most of the floral and citrus nose.
Pouring Even More Jesus into my mouth…excepting Jesus into my heart…it’s like the same thing really. At 12% the liquid Jesus might work faster.
Last night we opened this three and a half year old bottle of beer. My first, second and third taste of Matt was at the Hair of the Dog’s old brewery location around Easter 2009, same time I was given the bottle. My daughter and I spent the week roaming Oregon with one of her […]