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Beer of the Day - BOTD - 2021

I WAS gonna post some copy, a review, but I was a little concerned at being viewed as this thread's resident "wind bag," or drunk...
It's a pretty solid imperial stout, "wheated," with a major roasted coffee note. The initial taste is a full sweetness, but it turns into a solid coffee on the swallow. Around 13%, very warm, not overly "boozy." I just bought a single.
 
We’re you getting the “Dying Liver” ads too? I figured I was getting them because how much I posted about my alcohol consumption. :a17:🍻
Nope. Spared that one. I did read your "Ads" thread, though.
I was spared A LOT of the ads problems other members have been having. The most common one I see is the "We had a crush on her in the 90's... here's what she looks like now."

Still don't know who she is....:confused1.
 
Nope. Spared that one. I did read your "Ads" thread, though.
I was spared A LOT of the ads problems other members have been having. The most common one I see is the "We had a crush on her in the 90's... here's what she looks like now."

Still don't know who she is....:confused1.
If it was the 90’s it was probably Alyssa Milano, Jennifer Aniston, or Sarah Michelle Gellar. All of whom have held up very well over the years.
 
Last of the 3 "single bottle" purchase. Narwahl is an imperial stout, and, I think, the first beer I've had from Sierra Nevada. 10.2%, solid offering with nothing too notable on the flavor front. It would be a good intro to the imperial stout style.
I've enjoyed Narwahl's in the past. Though I would probably agree that there are other strong stouts that I prefer more. Still looks tasty, though!
 

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Cheaper than ink
Henninger lager to go with my Bavarian bratwurst, potatoes, and kraut.

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