Pauljust had one of my rye pale ales, didn't turn out too badly. I won't be able to brew for a living, but at least it will keep me busy. Has anyone here tried growing hops and had any success?
Pauldid my first shot at home brewing, a Russian Imperial, not too bad, needs less carbonation, but its drinkable
Paul commented on KajII's photo: I have to agree for the most part, however, there have been instances where there's been more than one and you get to a good looking one, the top comes off and it refuses to go down like you want it to, making a mess on my shirt. Get your mind out of the... moreI have to agree for the most part, however, there have been instances where there's been more than one and you get to a good looking one, the top comes off and it refuses to go down like you want it to, making a mess on my shirt. Get your mind out of the gutter, I'm talking about spilling my beer when I'm drunk.
PaulWhat a wonderful Christmas in London, these and 32 others. Also got to bring thirteen back. That doesn't include pub drinking which included a dozen more. However, drinking in the UK isn't cheap.
IvyGlen242: PAUL- is there anyway you can get in contact with me?
November 7, 2012
PaulI went to a beer tasting in Bloomington, IN this week. Was told to try the Blue Moon caramel-apple offering. Well, it had about as much body as Casper the friendly ghost. If you like caramel/apple flavored water, its great
Pauldoesn't matter which state, just coastal is preferable, inexpensive would mean sub-$2/can in bulk. Someone that I know is looking to ship overseas
June 4, 2012
Paullooking for an inexpensive semi-craft beer in cans from either coast, lighter is better, either a wheat or pale would be fine. Any suggestions?
June 4, 2012
PaulBack from 'sconsin this evening, got to visit six new (to me) brewpubs/micros and one regional brewery. Many beers were consumed, many joined me for the trip home. Leaving for Florida in two days, I'm sure that it won't be as productive.
June 3, 2012
PaulTwo weeks of heck, the next few days in 'sconsin (beer, cheese, brats and packers) then the next week in p'cola, fla for sun, fish and beer. its a miserable life, but someone's got to do it.
Jason, we might swing through atlanta on the 9th if you'r... moreTwo weeks of heck, the next few days in 'sconsin (beer, cheese, brats and packers) then the next week in p'cola, fla for sun, fish and beer. its a miserable life, but someone's got to do it.
Jason, we might swing through atlanta on the 9th if you're up for it.
PaulJason, just wanted to give you a run for your money on glassware. But I believe that I've had a year or two or three head start. There are boxes on the floor with glasses in them. and one more pic in the album that didn't show here.
Beer drinker/breweriania collector, children in three states and one other country. I live in a small town in south-eastern Indiana, we have to travel to get good beer, but I'm willing and able. Three to five beer festivals in the midwest per year.
Stouts, Porters, IPA, Bocks, barleywines. Any "big" beer, but subtle ones too. Black beers are becoming a favorite, along with rye beers. No fruit.
Congrats South Carolina! The State House just approved the so called "Pint Bill" that will allow breweries to sell 48 ounces of beer to a person every 24 hours. No more tiny samples if you're wanting a pint - as long as the Governor signs the bill.
We are so excited about World Beer Festival – Raleigh this year! Raleigh is where we are going to debut our expanded Festival theme, The Art of Beer. We want to take Festival attendees farther down the path to beer appreciation, and explore the use of ...
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This group is designed to share notes about beer, as well as tasting notes and suggestions and get to know beer lovers from all over the globe. Here's the idea: We have themed tasting. In advance, if possible, we will pick a Style of Beer we're going to taste, then we trade tasting notes. The tasting period will be over two weeks so we get an outpouring of related tasting notes, which will spur deep discussions.... Check the Discussion area for what the tasting will be.