How not to be a dick, how to create change, where are the lines... and in general don't be an asshole.
Sarah mentioned a Ted Talk here is the link:
Sarah Is Drinking:
SingleCuts Beersmiths, ERIC More Cowbell! Chocolate Stout
WE’VE GOT A FEVER – And there is only one cure: a lusciously creamy, slightly sweet Stout that sits atop a roast malt base and huge cocoa infusion that will rock all night long.
Rebecca Is Drinking:
Abita Brewing Company, AndyGator
Andygator, a creature of the swamp, is a unique high-gravity brew made with pale malt, German lager yeast, and German Perle hops. Unlike other high-gravity brews, Andygator is fermented to a dry finish with a slightly sweet flavor and subtle fruit aroma. Reaching an alcohol strength of 8% by volume, it is a Helles Dopplebock.
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Sarah is Drinking:
Big Hugs, Half Acre Brewing Co.
Russian Imperial Coffee Stout. This beer is a thug. Available each year sometime in December, we work with Dark Matter Coffee to keep each batch as ruthless as it is tender. 10% ABV
Rebecca is Drinking:
Nuckin' Futz, Track 7 Brewing
Smooth chocolate with hints of peanut butter, some saltiness, and some roasted malt as well. Not very carbonated, but creamy mouthfeel is good.
After a long holiday hiatus, we're back bittcchhessss.
Dressing up pitbulls, rescue work is hard, and making the tough decisions.
Sarah is drinking:
Whirlpool American Pale Ale, Nightshift Brewing
Soft, juicy pale ale with notes of ripe peach and citrus.
Rebecca is Drinking:
Sliced Nectarine IPA, Moody Tongue Brewing
The inspiration for this beer came in the form of a summer farmers market and the abundance of fresh fruits and produce. The resulting IPA showcases a bright tropical aroma of stone fruits that balances the grapefruit acidity of the Chinook hops. The beer’s crisp profile refreshes and delights taste-buds and craves pairings such as slow-roasted pork shoulder or a slice of warm peach pie.