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    Dang, you guys are a bunch of Ballers!

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    Are those bottle caps stuck to a magnet?

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    Yes they are. I made that opener a few weeks ago. The magnet is flush mounted in the back and very strong. The wood is cherry and I picked up the opener part at Home Depot. Here is a pic of the opener before I mounted to the wall in my garage.



    Here is one that I made for my brother in law.

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    That's a great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B888S View Post
    Yes they are. I made that opener a few weeks ago. The magnet is flush mounted in the back and very strong. The wood is cherry and I picked up the opener part at Home Depot. Here is a pic of the opener before I mounted to the wall in my garage.



    Here is one that I made for my brother in law.

    Man those are sweet! Great Christmas gift idea!

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    Enjoyed these over the weekend.



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    Here in southern Germany & Austria it is Sankt Nikolaus Day. The day good kinder (children) get tasty sweets and small presents in their shoes from the good Saint and when the wicked kids get beaten (and possibly dragged off to Hell) by his companion, the Krampus.

    It's fitting that tonight's Advent Bier is from Austria and it's called, "Sweet Krampus" a Belgian Strong Ale brewed in Austria.

    It's excellent.






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    Enjoy the ride...

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    Got a set of those glasses

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Here in southern Germany & Austria it is Sankt Nikolaus Day. The day good kinder (children) get tasty sweets and small presents in their shoes from the good Saint and when the wicked kids get beaten (and possibly dragged off to Hell) by his companion, the Krampus.

    It's fitting that tonight's Advent Bier is from Austria and it's called, "Sweet Krampus" a Belgian Strong Ale brewed in Austria.

    It's excellent.






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    Day 6 of 24 from my bier advent calendar




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    Another Costco find!

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    What are you drinking right now?-15397643_10154704093140502_1391806818_o.jpg

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    something a little different in the glass tonight.



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    Tonight I'm drinking something my girlfriends son brewed up. It's a copy of The Bruery's Tart of Darkness. It's a barrel aged sour and it turn out really good.

    I picked up another Costco find today. I'm telling you, Costco has some better stuff than BevMo these days. And the prices can't be beat. Im going to open it up tomorrow night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    I picked up another Costco find today. I'm telling you, Costco has some better stuff than BevMo these days. And the prices can't be beat. Im going to open it up tomorrow night.

    there's 4 different Trip in the Woods variants at our local Costco. i bought a few of those Narwahl with currants. be forewarned, it's on the tart side & slightly dry. it seems like it would be good with a steak or something that you'd enjoy a red wine with. JMHO, of course.

    as for Costco a few of the local locations have really been bringing it lately. i'd put up some pictures of stuff i've been seeing in them but don't want to come off boastful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclotic View Post
    there's 4 different Trip in the Woods variants at our local Costco. i bought a few of those Narwahl with currants. be forewarned, it's on the tart side & slightly dry. it seems like it would be good with a steak or something that you'd enjoy a red wine with. JMHO, of course.

    as for Costco a few of the local locations have really been bringing it lately. i'd put up some pictures of stuff i've been seeing in them but don't want to come off boastful.
    Oh, please boast away, for our enjoyment! I did see one that had a white label. I was running a little late and I knew if I spent to much time looking at another one, I'd buy that one too. It seems that when I find a new beer I think I'll like, I find myself googling beer advocate and most of the time buying it. I saw that this one was Bourbon barrel aged, so I concentrated on it. Thanks for the heads up!

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    What are you drinking right now?-15354313_10154705139940502_1453988636_o.jpg

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    I had a Central Waters Bourbon stout last night. Those imperial stouts or porters aged in bourbon barrels are wonderful. I also recently had a Prairie Artisan imperial stout aged in apple brandy barrels, holy schnikeys that was good. I shared it at the thanksgiving family gathering and immediately regretted sharing as they didn't even say thank you. The Bastids.

    Look like a nice 3some for the DeViL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    I had a Central Waters Bourbon stout last night. Those imperial stouts or porters aged in bourbon barrels are wonderful. I also recently had a Prairie Artisan imperial stout aged in apple brandy barrels, holy schnikeys that was good. I shared it at the thanksgiving family gathering and immediately regretted sharing as they didn't even say thank you. The Bastids.

    Look like a nice 3some for the DeViL.
    Oh, I did the same once. Spent a boat load on some great beer for a party and one no gave a shit. I actually had someone ask for a Coors Light, I was like, get the **** outa my house. A lot of people just don't get craft beer and they have no desire to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Oh, I did the same once. Spent a boat load on some great beer for a party and one no gave a shit. I actually had someone ask for a Coors Light, I was like, get the **** outa my house. A lot of people just don't get craft beer and they have no desire to.
    I do the opposite. Those in the know go to the special fridge. All others, here's the cooler of "lites".
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkat273 View Post
    I do the opposite. Those in the know go to the special fridge. All others, here's the cooler of "lites".
    That's a good idea. Although, I refuse to buy and bring shit into the house. So, if you wanna drink shit, you better bring it.

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    I do draw the line at Stella or 805. I'll buy that and bring it home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    That's a good idea. Although, I refuse to buy and bring shit into the house. So, if you wanna drink shit, you better bring it.
    I still have crap beer at home from new years 2015. That beer will be made available for new years 2017 as it was for new years 2016.
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    Last night's brew - Black Cauldron Imperial Stout by Grand Teton Brewing. Paired with the Better Half's amazing, braised garlic/rosemary pot roast, it was excellent.

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