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.
Gotta love where we live for the variety...and Manny's is a good beer.
Went down to the bar that has the large rotation. Tried the Port Townsend Scotch Ale...I don't expect most of you to ever see this, but a worthy glass. Monster...if you see it, give it a try.
Man you guys know a lot about micro brew, and a lot of other brands I've never heard of..For the most part I have stuck with north of the border brands, from my past being (for the most part) unknown Canadian Brews...So I wont post pics...
Since I have been Stateside (long ass time too) it's Corona, Presidenté, and a little Hefeweizen if I can find some on tap, depending. My St. Louis years, unfortunately were spent drinking Bud, as it is after all Bud town. Yuck.
Werd, what is she Italian? Wanna post pics or sumtin? Up to you..
Hmmmm...Nah bro...She's born in London, but grew up in Trinidad (most of my fam is from there)...
Pic for a limited time why the hell not...Just for the sake of the thread. I may end up yanking it in a few days - if I remember I put it up (I'll whore my cars, but not the wife). Also no need to fck it up with my ugly mug...
Last edited by RIZAMAN; 01-19-2012 at 05:52 PM.
Reason: You snooze you lose
Yeah I gotcha Mag...It's all good...I've been in a "fvck it" kinda mood all week...Pics was a few years ago. I've always been skinny as a rake, but have a bit of a tire these days. Nothing major though.
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