So it goes.
haven't had a lone star since the 80s... I remember it had kind of a fruity taste. Think I've only had one in my whole life.
never been there. is that across from UTSA?Hills & Dale's
For those of you who haven't gone, it is some fantastic beer. And the pizza rocks too!
Ya, the pizza was good. I had the meatball pizza IIRC.
picked up a 6-pack of IPA called Full Sail today. Never heard of it. Hope it's worth the 6.99.
H&D's is cool, but they often don't have complete 6 packs and you have to buy the bottles separately so you end up paying 8 bucks a bottle for something like Midas Touch, when you could get it at 4 bucks per at Central Market.
For those wondering H&D's is across 1604 from Ferris stadium and a couple miles after Bandera / before UTSA.
So ummm... what was the Spurstalk discount at Freetails again?
I'll be stopping by after work with a friend from out of town... hopefully the questionable service has been fixed. I've heard great things about it though.
just picked up one of these from a buddy who visited from wisconsin. i put down my bud light (yeah i know but it was free) and took a swig from this. it was pure .
you aren't allowed to post in a manly topic after your pathetic display last night, thanks
The Yellow Store in San Marcos is another place to discover good beer, surprisingly.
Originally Posted by Wild Cobra:
"it is possible that warming for windmills vs. CO2 is about equal, and that the windmills will change the wind/climate in ways worse than CO2 ever could."
Oddly enough the shell station in my neighborhood carries Lienenkugel as well. It is their ONLY beer that approaches a microbrew, so I was astonished to see it among the shitty light beer that forms the staple in most beer places.
This is what I'm drinking at the moment...
Damn it, I need to find a way to get my ass over to try some of that freetail. Probably cant do it tonight (though the night of a closeout game would rock), unfortunately the wife injured her back. So, you know, gotta take care of that.
I like Leinenkugels, it is one of the better widely available beers. I have tried 4 of their beers and am 3 for 4. I think that this is a pretty good ratio. I think the honey wheat was the only one I didn't like (1880, Berry Weiss, and Sunset Wheat are the others, though the berry weiss is a little sweet, it just reminds me of "Berliner Weiss mit Schuss", something I would have every once in a while in germany). I have had a lot of luck with brands that have "dog" in the name (dogfish head, and Flying dog the best examples).
I have been hinting at a brew kit for fathers day for a while now. LOL
Well all that glitters is not gold. They have a bright future, but for now the golden gate is closed.
SEIS DE Maynu!
Well it looks like the Lake(rs) done dried themselves up, but at least they have a fishing boat over on the lower left corner to keep them busy in the offseason. Looks like it needs a little cleaning, but I am sure that there are enough brooms to take care of that task.
I am riding in the MS150 for San Antonio in October of this year. Part of it includes raising funds that get donated to help fund MS research. If you would like to donate my team please go link and click the "Donate" button on the right of the screen. Thank you.
Fuck our team, clown!
Scott, are you guys gonna come up for Great Austin Beer Festival?
Looks like a decent turnout so far as breweries go, local and not, I'd imagine they'd love to have you guys.
Blue Moon is about as crazy as I'll go..
Whether or not we get involved in that festival has yet to be seen. However, the Texas Craft Brewers Guild is working on putting together a festival of our own. Location and date all TBD, but we're working on it.
PS: I'll be popping open bottles of La Muerta at the brewery tonight when the Spurs beat that Mavrick ass. Be there
I'm a fan of the Real Ale brews. Fireman's 4, Devil's Backbone, Phoenixx, and their Hefe is absolutely the best hefe I've tasted, better than Paulaner and Spaaten
If the Spurs don't win tonight, I'm going to need to down a couple of 64s of Olde English 800.
It's very good. Balanced, not over the top hoppy. I'm a big fan of Deschutes.
Their Black Butte Porter is easily one of the best 5 or so porter/stouts I have ever had.
BTW, did you hear Fritz Maytag sold Anchor Brewery?
"It has been said that man is a rational animal. All my life I have been searching for evidence which could support this." - Bertrand Russell
I'm not into porters. Too heavy for me.
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