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Wheatwine that I like to call "Taste of my scythe" (RIP Alexei Laiho). Brewed after I acquired a bunch of wheat malt from my brew club. Aged it for 6+ months before tapping. Just shy of 12%, but you'd never know.
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Awesome. And yes, RIP Alexi Laiho. A legend is gone... I went through and listened to all of the Children of Bodom albums. There were a few I hadn't heard, mainly any of the last 10 years or so as I think back then it wasn't what I was after. But I loved "Hatecrew..." and "Follow the Reaper" way back in 2003. "Halo of Blood" is super good! Became one of my favorites actually.
 

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Awesome. And yes, RIP Alexi Laiho. A legend is gone... I went through and listened to all of the Children of Bodom albums. There were a few I hadn't heard, mainly any of the last 10 years or so as I think back then it wasn't what I was after. But I loved "Hatecrew..." and "Follow the Reaper" way back in 2003. "Halo of Blood" is super good! Became one of my favorites actually.
I must admit to only owning the first 3 albums plus an EP, but they were in heavy rotation in my college years. I didn't like the later stuff as much, but his talent can't be denied. \m/
 

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I must admit to only owning the first 3 albums plus an EP, but they were in heavy rotation in my college years. I didn't like the later stuff as much, but his talent can't be denied. \m/
I think you should check out "Halo of Blood". It really is one of the better albums. But those first 4 albums were so good, the peak being "Hatecrew Deathroll".
 

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A rather classic saison with a small but noticeable dose of Nelson Sauvin.

It was great fresh, with bright juicy aromas, but is getting even better with age, as the fruitiness subsides a bit and lets that beautiful merge of phenols with that Nelson dankness become apparent.
 

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Found this old DFH glass lurking in the back of the beer glass cabinet, decided to take it out for a spin - after a cleaning.
It's the thinnest glass in my collection - it's twin died a sudden tragic death simply ticked off the sink rim - which made me reticent to use it much.
Filled with my latest wcipa...

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Meh. I'd consider that "neat". You can't even see from one side to the other of our 2-bay garage - there's a canoe suspended down the middle just above a train of yard equipment :)

But...color me intrigued....what is that car in the background with the apparently majorly ventilated hood?

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Meh. I'd consider that "neat". You can't even see from one side to the other of our 2-bay garage - there's a canoe suspended down the middle just above a train of yard equipment :)

But...color me intrigued....what is that car in the background with the apparently majorly ventilated hood?

Cheers!
I'm going to guess approximately an ‘84 IROC Z
 

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Well those hood gills would fit. Could be a good call :)

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But...color me intrigued....what is that car in the background with the apparently majorly ventilated hood?
I'm going to guess approximately an ‘84 IROC Z
Majorly cosmetically ventilated :rolleyes: 😂. Yup it's a'89 IROC Z.

It's been in "preservation exile" for so long I don't think the style had been denoted when the glass was made :D
Don't remind me that I'm older than a beer style the kids like.:rolleyes:
 

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