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Posted 8:35 pm, 02/23/2017

You mean you do MOD work drunk

Why else would I do it?

Nah, seriously, I might drink 1-2 beers a week, usually when I'm lucky enough to be watching a late-night horror movie before bed. I haven't really had any free time for the last several months, though, I've been buckling down trying to finish up the new release (that I've been working on for over a year).


Posted 8:34 pm, 02/23/2017

Saranac S'mores >>>>>Porter Does not sound to good. I mean the smores part !!!


Posted 8:33 pm, 02/23/2017

Oh, and since I'm making some (way past due) updates...

Those of you that like dark porters, AMB finally has their porter back out! I haven't seen it on store shelves yet, but you can get it at the brewery, and Dooley's (on Main Street Wilkesboro) has some on hand. It's not the cheapest porter I've ever bought, but it's definitely one of the richest!


Posted 8:33 pm, 02/23/2017

You mean you do MOD work drunk


Posted 8:31 pm, 02/23/2017

The last time I saw those was at Lowes on 421. They had a case with 3 or 4 other flavors, but if you ask they'll happily open it up and let you make a mix-pack.

I liked those, too

If you get a chance, you should try the Saranac S'mores Porter. Lowes has it on tap right now, but I don't know how long it will last. It's definitely a sweeter dessert beer, along the same lines as the Duclaw's Sweet Baby Jesus, but I like it.

~glitter and glamour~

Posted 8:25 pm, 02/23/2017

If anyone sees any Blue Moon Cappuccino Oatmeal Stouts, let me know. They're seasonal, hard to find and sell out quickly.


Posted 3:34 pm, 12/13/2016

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Posted 3:01 pm, 12/13/2016

If your idea of a good tasting beer is Coors light..... you might be a redneck.

Coors Light is perfect for all day drinking - start around 9 am and call it a day about 12-13 hours later, or push on til the next day. I believe that's what Wade Boggs drank when he drank over 130 beers in a day.


Posted 3:01 pm, 12/13/2016

If your idea of a good tasting beer is Coors light..... you might be a redneck.


Posted 2:12 pm, 12/13/2016

Saw this article from Our State magazine, thought the beer lovers might like it.



Posted 4:35 am, 11/23/2016

Is that the one along the truck route by the creek?


Posted 2:26 am, 11/23/2016

Creek bottom brews in galax will soon open another place in mt. Airy...good beers, and bourbon tastings


Posted 8:09 pm, 11/22/2016

Jason, how bout at least PMing me the part you deleted. I don't remember what I said.


Posted 7:48 pm, 11/22/2016


Posted 4:47 am, 11/22/2016

lol....I knew a boy...now if I get this right it's been about 400 years ago....back in the yahoo days where my bestest dude friend everrrr was a feller with a very sick and twisted sense of humor who lived in the aquaduct of tedlford england. Anyway they drank those stout...STOUT beers and it was at the turn of the cenrury when webcams came out....he toasted a drink to me on a new years eve that I was certain wouldn't filter thru the boy's kidney's!!!!


Posted 3:43 am, 11/22/2016

During the warmer months I do occasionally reach for a wheat beer I'm pretty sure that I've tried both ****'s Belles and Bad Penny, too. I know that I've seen them at Lowes, and didn't Applebees carry one of them for a short period?


Posted 12:21 am, 11/22/2016

Jason, I read that you prefer stout but my favorite craft beer is an ale, "Angry Angel" from Big Boss Brewery in Raleigh. If you get a chance, try it. I can never find it at local stores here but they usually carry "****'s Belles" which is a Belgian wheat beer. You would probably like "Bad Penny" a stout beer.


Posted 12:17 am, 11/22/2016

I really want to hear this joke!!

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Posted 8:36 pm, 11/21/2016

Jason, I'm pretty sure Chendo was directing his comment to Twit. Anyone that thinks they made a taste choice by drinking coors even though they drove a Budweiser truck, is clearly a redneck
Note from GoNC: a portion of this post was removed for trolling. I have to admit that I appreciated the joke and sarcasm, but still...


Posted 12:01 am, 11/22/2016

Yes, I was calling out twit...not jason...

Dang ot...sounds like I missed a good one from old aficionados...someone pm it to me


Posted 8:50 pm, 11/21/2016

Backwater, when I was younger I did appreciate liquor a lot more than beer. In my old age, though, I'm less interested in the alcohol and the buzz, and now I'm just looking for unique flavors.

I still enjoy a good, high end rum, tequila, or whiskey, but I usually save those for social settings. When I'm home alone and enjoying a movie, that's when the beer comes in

I don't want to throw too much at you guys at once, but I want to warn you guys against one of the grossest craft beers I've tried. I understand that tastes vary, and in a few years I might be different and love this one, but for now it was absolutely horrible.

That's Weyerbacher's Sunday Mole Stout.

A single beer was about $5, so I thought it had to be pretty special. And it had a cool label that pulled me in, but I should have known better; traditionally, the cooler the label the worse the flavor is. The description says, "imperial stout made with coffee, cocoa, cinnamon, and peppers". I usually like imperial stouts with coffee and a hint of a cocoa, so I thought that cinnamon and peppers might just give it an interesting kick.

Nope! That "mole" is supposed to be like mole sauce in Mexican food (pronounced MO-lay), so it had a distinct flavor of dirty feet mixed with chocolate and pinto beans.

I had never had a Mole Stout before, so for all I know, this might be the best mole stout in the world as compared to others. But it is NOT for me, and if anyone ever offers me a mole stout again I'll smile and courteously refuse while discreetly throwing up a little in my mouth.


Posted 8:46 pm, 11/21/2016

Oh come on, the sarcasm was part of the point. That's not fair.

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