- Oct 31, 2010
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mmmm.. Southern Tier. I was up in NY this fall and stopped by thier brewery for a pint of their Pumkin Ale. Cool brewery.I am half heartedly watching but right now my attention is on the Southern Tier Chocolate Stout I just poured....Didn't realize this bad boy is 10% abv! Delicious, but I'm glad I'd already decided this was my last beer tonight...Good stuff
Nice. Anything else from them you recommend? Maybe this summer on my way to NH I can stop by for a 'roadie'OrdinaryAvgGuy said:mmmm.. Southern Tier. I was up in NY this fall and stopped by thier brewery for a pint of their Pumkin Ale. Cool brewery.
Maybe we can team up and go to schools to tell kids about the dangers of belonging to subcultures.Billy-Klubb said:I still get the odd looks when I wear my bleachers. it's a lot funnier when I take out my partials & smile wide. hahahhaa!!!
I grabbed a flight while I was there. Seems like the Choklat was a decent chocolate stout.Nice. Anything else from them you recommend? Maybe this summer on my way to NH I can stop by for a 'roadie'
Yeah, it's good. I'll see what other offerings from them are available at my local beer store. This is a good intro though...OrdinaryAvgGuy said:I grabbed a flight while I was there. Seems like the Choklat was a decent chocolate stout.
I noticed they had a stage out back for live entertainment. Was too cold for that when I was there but I can imagine it would be a busy place in the summer.
we use netflix. we haven't had regular TV since we got together. and I don't miss it.Not watching the super bowl this year. The wife and I gave up cable TV about a year and a half ago when our daughter was 6 months old. We were just watching TV too much and wanted to focus more on our daughter. I'm not opposed to TV or anything, just didn't fit into our lives anymore. Took a while to get used to, but we're better for it. We do watch DVDs and disney movies still.
I am listening to the game though.
Soccer is so exciting 1-0 in OTNope, taking the boy out for dinner for his 19th birthday, going to Fogo de Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse, his choice. If I were going to be home, I'd probably watch a bit. I don't think I've sat through more than one quarter of a game all year.
The only games I watch with interest are soccer. American football is a little boring to me.
Me too! Although not "hatred". More like disinterested amusement. I love it when people think they're "too cool" for something but in reality are youngsters who have no idea what they're dissing.That wasn't me! (Although I do have a particular hatred of hipsters)
Yeah, that's nice. By the way, the cat is sitting on a half wall behind our couch. We don't eat off of that. Beside, we eat off of plates here not the table. I could see how being that observant would make watching baseball enjoyable.iaefebs said:Baseball never needed fans that allowed a cat to drink from a straw on the table you eat from.
Ha Ha! Wow that takes me back to my nine year old self. At the time I didn't understand that commercial. I just thought - OK? But I do remember repeating it to my sister all the time and driving her absolutely nuts.(For connotation, please see the "don't hate me because I'm beautiful campaign, era 1985?ish).