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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
HopSmack IPA from Cascade Lakes Brewing at their 7th Street Brewhouse in Redmond OR. Wonderful!!!!
Third iteration of my Baseline IPA. Needs a little more time but, at this point, I think the second iteration is going to be the winner.
Crooked Stave Pilsner and a lil Beam double oak.
Speaking of whiskey --------- Jameson has a cask aged series they starter a few years back. We've had the one that's aged in stout barrels several times and really enjoyed it. Picked up a bottle that was aged in IPA barrels. Will be trying it soon.
Found a 12 pack assortment from Firestone Walker today. Tried their single hopped Cashmere XPA. Now, all of the profiles I've seen for Cashmere describe peaches and tropical fruit. I popped one open at about 55F and found it to be one of the most deliciously dank brews I've ever tasted. Not sure I want to even try it at a cooler temperature. In the interest of scientific research though, I'll try one at 40ish tomorrow and report the results.
I really like the stout Caskmates. I think it's very tasty and will pick it up when it's on sale every once in awhile. I'll just say the ipa version is a bit different. Jameson puts out great product and I look forward to your thoughts on it.
Firestone has never disappointed me in anything I've had from them.
My kolsch came on line. Yummy.
So, I tried one at 42F and picked up some peach up front. The dankness was still there, but subdued just a bit. I do like this hop and will be trying it soon.
OMB, is this a test? Cuz if it is, I need a shot of TW’s hooch first.
That is my NEIPA, very hoppy
Phew... I was hoping you weren’t going to say it was a West Coast IPA.
Got a Brut IPA coming up next
This may be my absolute favorite stout!
All the way from Colorado, to the near north of Ontario!
Ummmmm. Breakfast . . .
It was a late night treat by the campfire actually.
Hmmmm stout and campfires seem to just go hand in hand!
A pint of my Baseline Pale Ale and a shot of, dread the thought, vodka. Got a little carried away with some chores around the house and feeling the results. The wife is like a Doberman guarding the Irish Whiskey, so will take the vodka and then a nap
Nothing wrong with a little vodka, get some decent stuff and chill it and it's like water!
Ballast point fathom ipa. Pretty good on a warm day at a blues traveler concert
But this is the cheap crap I use to make tinctures. Having a decent beer as a back helps tho.