Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by VolnTitan, Jun 9, 2010.
I have not, but would like to check it out. I seldom go out to drinking places anymore, but if I can secure a DD I will, for sure.
I got thrown out of Dan McGuinness Pub on Music Circle 5 years ago for pouring a beer over the head of some SOB that was smarting off in there. I'm not looking to pick up babes, so I've found it wiser to do my drinking in my own bar nowadays.
On a scale of 1-10 looks like VolnTitan & Hoffa are all the way to 11 - yes it goes to 11.
I would put myself as a 6 definatly like beer and I like trying different beers but clearly lack a lot of knowledge.
FWIW I'm not impressed with the Hop Project and I'm a bit of a hophead.
If you like beer, you should check out this years Mafioza's Music City Brewfest on Saturday July 31st. It is a great event!
And GoT, I've seen you living the High Life at the tailgates...
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12 Coors lights a day is good for you, right?
I am drink the swill. But I really enjoy a Gerst Beer around town. Oktoberfest is good too.
Magic Hat they are selling in bottles at gas stations and grocery stores is good too!
Depends which Hop Project you try. It is an evolving beer. I enjoy it as an everyday IPA. If you are a hop head, go to a liquor store that has a decent beer selection and get an double/imperial IPA. Very hoppy. Stone Ruination, although not an imperial per say, is very good "hoppy" beer, but due to Tennessee's stupid beer laws, you have to go to a liquor store because it is a high gravity beer.
Music City Brewfest is a good one. May work it this year. We are going in September to the Brewgrass Festival in Asheville, NC. Asheville is one of the top, if not THE top, beer city in the country. Can't wait.
Everyone who enjoys beer should see Beer Wars. You won't touch an AB, Miller or Coors product again.
Yes. The section on their heinous slaughtering of rice and barley made me sick to my stomach.
Maybe not, but drinking their swill certainly can
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