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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by rockman0, Jul 15, 2017.
Post em up, water, wine, beer, coffee or whatever you are sippin on today.
Cool flask Square Peg! And a good sip of whiskey as well!
Finishing touches on a boys axe tonight with some local rye.
Finishing touchest on a boys axe tonight with some local rye.
I like a good rye whiskey occasionally. Most of the home distilled stuff around here is corn, some of it's pretty good too.
knocked some chips off of an apple tree,had it on the porch and remembered this thread.
Buoy Pilsner+axes;Staying afloat by Agent Hierarchy, on Flickr
Hadn't broke the seal yet but it's long gone since this picture was taken.
Kindling for this evening.
Local Logger Lager by Agent Hierarchy, on Flickr
i think they'v found their target market
Thought it would go over well.
It tastes like beer and I honestly couldn't wait to take a photo of it
Now there's truth in advertizing! It is bewildering these days to peruse the 100s of craft beers that are increasingly become available. The bottom's gonna fall out of this novelty racket (seeing as none of them are inexpensive) in the very near future.
I don't think so. The Pacific Northwest is currently the beer Mecca of the world. Hundreds of craft brews are made and hungrily consumed. Domestic beer sales have plummetted. Local bars and pubs have many taps of local brews and these far outsell any of the national piss-water beers.
My only beef is the proliferation of IPAs. I'm porter and stout kind of guy. A typical pub will have 15 IPAs for every porter or stout. But I always find something good to drink.
That's about where I am but I like a good hefeweizen in the summer and the full bodied beers in the winter.
I don't get the IPA craze, the bitterness is repulsive to me.
All swill compared to what's going on in the PNW right now. Even Belgium can't touch the PNW for varieties of great beer now (the States of Washington and Oregon each boast more breweries than Belgium). Come on over and let me buy you a few pints. You'll see!