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  • Re: why are eggs so fun?

    To me, it's more about the experience.  Being outdoors, lighting a fire, hearing the popping, cracking a beer, turning on some music and relaxing.  Not to mention the's just a fun hobby.
  • Re: OT: my first trip to Bass Pro Shop: OT

    Not to "one up" Bass Pro Shops but Cabela's is light years ahead of them in terms of quality and "wow factor".  If you ever get to Cabela's, you'll be impressed.
  • Re: ever hear of a Emile Henry Flame pizza stone?

    I have one and love it.  
  • Re: OT - Beer (what's your favorite?)

    gdenby said:
    The one I'm drinking at the moment, assuming its not a "Lite" anything, or Schlitz.

    There are a few that really stand out in my memory, but are impossible, or near impossible to get: 3 Floyd's "Dark Lord," Dogfishhead "120 minute," and a 1 off, Bell's "Batch 5000"

    Among those that if I can find them, and can stand the bite out of my wallet, 3Floyd's "Behemoth Blond," and any year of the Thos. Hardy Ales, Fuller's "Vintage Ale."

    I have to drive to the next state to get Dogfishead, and I do for the "90 minute," and the "Palo Santo."  

    Beyond that,

    3 Floyd's "Robert the Bruce," and "Zombie Dust"
    Bells "3rd coast Old Ale" and "2 Hearted"
    Unibroue "Fin Du Monde" and "Trois Pistoles"
    Back Road's "Maple City Gold," (a small local)
    Founder's "Old Curmudgeon,"
    Rouge "Old Crustacian"
    Starapromen Pilsner
    Synebychoff porter
    Stone "Double Bastard,"

    etc. etc. etc.

    I'm in Portland OR just now, and really hope to stop at Hair of the Dog, and pick up some of the "Adam'" and "Fred." Both outstanding, tho' Fred may be a little to complex for non-beer geeks.

    Great selection.  I have a Three Floyd's Permanent Funeral bomber ready to enjoy soon.
  • Re: OT - Beer (what's your favorite?)

    Thievery said:
    Chubbs said:

    Thievery said:

     "enjoying Dogfish Head 90-minute IPA"


    Had a few of these last night. I am a huge IPA fan. Stone Ruination is hard to beat and probably my favorite. Hard to find though.

    Some of my fav right now are: Stone IPA, Highland Gaelic ale, and Two-Hearted ale


    I've enjoyed the Stone IPA... now I'll be on the lookout for the Ruination.
    Don't bother with Ruination - wait for Stone "Enjoy By IPA"...incredible.