Discussion in 'Everything Else (off topic)' started by RParrotte, Dec 1, 2014.
Masthead brewery Brew on the fly double IPA good stuff !!
8-9% so one and done
Diet cranberry juice.
That’s just a warm up!
Busch Light, cause it was $14.99 for a 30 rack. 603 (our area code) IPA last week.
I finally had a splash tonight!
I used to drink keystone light, switched to rolling rock lately. 15$ 30 pack. Ends up exactly 18$ after tax/crv. Handy hint-hide the good ipa in the vegetable crisper. Your good buddies will know where the good stuff is, the bucket sitters will just grab a cheap beer from the garage fridge.
In NH there is no tax or bottle deposit. The price you see is the price you pay. Live Free or Die! I used to lock my beer in the truck I didn't take so my oldest son (back when he was a teen) wouldn't scarf em'
Well it’s California, so you know.
Just picked up a 30 pack of Rolling Rock for $14.99
I've had this for three months now. Its whats going down tonight!
Had two cold beers before dinner. Wife made a salad, baked potatoes in the oven, and I cooked three steaks on the grill that were more than enough for the five of us. Great meal before the ice storm.
Love the double IPA's
Just filled the boiler and made an old fashioned with Evan Williams to monitor the fireplace
Enjoying some Crown Royal with a just a splash of coke in it
H2O on the rocks with a twist of lime.................................
Water for me too. My red wine box started to sour on me during that Vikings/San Francisco game.
Coffee. I'm at work.
I used to like Rolling Rock when it was brewed in Pittsburg, but when A-B bought them and moved to Newark - it sucked.
On the west coast Rolling Rock is/was brewed in Fairfield which (I think) is where Bud was brewed in the 70ies when I was there for a while. (Might have been the Los Angeles plant) AT the time, Budweiser brewed on the East coast was horrible compared to west coast Bud.
Yep, never stopped at the fairfield plant, but seen it driving by many times.
Edit: drinking a Rolling rock now.