Originally Posted by photoleif
Originally Posted by photoleif
Moretti La Rossa
Madison River Brewing Java Porter
Widmer Brothers Snowplow Milk Stout
Widmer Brothers Broken Halo IPA
2004 Toyota Tacoma, V-6, 4x4, Extra Cab, 5-spd.
TJM T-15 with 55 watt HID Lightforce 240's
Sonoran Steel front lift
Alcan rear springs
Fourwheel "Eagle Shell" camper, deep cycle battery 1000 watt inverter, stove, shower, recovery gear, etc.
"Wrinkles only go where the smiles have been" -Jimmy Buffett
Wow! Thought this would be easy, but it's like trying to pick the best looking supermodel. So, in no particular order:
Jah Mon Ginger - Mountain Sun, Southern Sun. So refreshing!
Chazz Cat Rye - Ditto ditto (very tasty)
Galloping Goose Steam - Ditto ditto (Both of the above)
Windhoek Lager - One of the best in Africa
Castle Lager - So many overlanding memories associated with this beer!
Pilsner Urquell - A great standby and great memories of having it in the Czech Republic
Skinny Dip - New Belgian. New beer from NB.
6x - Nice Bitter from England
John Smiths - Another nice bitter
Sapporo - Great with sushi!
Hefe Proper - Breckenridge. With a slice of lemon, that's the stuff!
etc. . .
(I could go on for a while, so I'll pause and let someone else type!)
Hands down Firestone-Walker Double-Barrel Ale.
The bad news is that I can't get it here in Idaho.
However, the good news is that gjackson and I need to tipple a few together. I used to throw darts for a pub in Goleta, CA, and many of the brews he mentions would come up in 'barracking' amongst the throwers. I want to taste!!!
Allen (already into his [pick a number] adult beverage of the evening...especially after the wonderful AWD thread )
"I'm ahead of the game and can afford to take chances." --Theodore Roosevelt
'11 Mini Cooper Clubman, '04 Dodge Dakota 4X4
Oh yeah, we need to! I'm sure we'll cross paths eventually. I NEED to go to Baja after all.However, the good news is that gjackson and I need to tipple a few together
XXXX (Four X's, AUS)
VB (Victoria Bitter, AUS)
Dave Bennett, Member #203
Travel, Explore, Live: AMERICAN ADVENTURIST
My favorite IPA...
I love their regular IPA too.
Beer experts call these super bitter IPA's by another name. They call them San Diego Pale Ale.
2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4
OME heavy springs
Bilstein front struts and rear shocks
Yokohama Geolander AT-S 245 75r16
For me my favorite is Summit's witer ale. They are based in Minneapolis. A friend of mine that comes down every december bringes me a few cases.
I have toured the plant as well which was cool. Al there tanks came from oversees and are maintained very well.
I am aslo a big fan of Abita Beer. It comes from Abita springs in Louisiana. I drink that most of the year but can only get it at the beverage castle so I pay through the nose.
Okay, I forgot one. Don't laugh, but this beer really is quite good. It wins awards all the time, but people can't get past the dodgy image:
It's actually a very good beer!
Last edited by pskhaat; 04-22-2010 at 10:16 PM.
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