My girl doesn't mind hitting the bar with me, loves a good beer, goes to the dragstrip with me, and I thought she had good taste in men until she said "yes" to me so I'll leave that one out. She also makes damned near double what I do so there's that I guess.
2005 Subaru Outback XT 5MT
1996 Chevrolet Suburban LT
1981 Chevrolet Silverado RCLB (heh, try me)
Thanks for the sig, Hazmat!
Last edited by Sideways the Seven; 01-18-2012 at 05:13 PM.
I also like Lost Coast Eight Ball Oatmeal Stout...
I used to live near Lost Coast Brewery and this was my favorite beer there! Too bad it was only seasonal. Second favorite was Raspberry Brown, it wasn't sweet per se, but it had a slight raspberry flavor. Ever try that? Lost Coast also makes a very good Porter.
Living in the Seattle area, there are tons of good microbreweries around. Pyramid and Pike's are good. Pike makes an awesome Kiltlifter that is best consumed at the source, by the pitcher
Another Northwest favorite is Manny's Pale Ale, produced by Georgetown Brewing. It's damn near perfect. It's around 6-7% alcohol IIRC, not too hoppy, goes down smooth, and has a touch of sweetness. It's easy to put them down all night.
I usually stick with Guinness if im drinking beer, I usually go for the drak heavy beers not to fond of the light and crisp ones, but I will try anything atleast once. If I go to a resturaunt or bar that dosnt serve it I try to find a good lager Molson Canadian or XXX and Killians Irish Red, just recently tried a Sam Adams Winter Lager it was actually the first Sam Adams I have ever had and I must say it was really good. I also just recently tried Troegs Mad Elf, dont really now how to explain the flavor very different but the bar was having a special at $3 a pint and they are 11% ABV so you dont need many. I go through fazes and I will sometimes want a beer and nothing else and other times(latley) will just reach for the bottle of Jameson.
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