Why are you drinking California beer and not your beloved Yuengling?
Unless you're from the south, in which case you are just a pussy, stop bitching about 3 inches of snow and grow some fucking balls.
I'll stop being a dick and contribute in a minute or so, gotta grab my camera.
I only smoke cock, so no tobacco here.
Also, I didn't put ice in Laphroig cask strength, that's Costco brand scotch in the glass.
PA in the area with the most predicted snowfall.
Yuengling is fucking garbage, I don't care that it's from PA. I'll probably drink some of my homebrew brown ale next though.
it's only like 2 feet, but the roads are still shit and everything is closed.
>doesn't like Yuengling
You better not say that too loud.
I've got a lot of friends from PA and Yuengling is a fucking religion to them.
They are all Italian greaseballs from Philly though.
I had to google that.
" is a supposed inhalant and hallucinogen created from fermented human waste. In the mid-1990s, it was reported to be a popular street drug among Zambian street children. They would put the feces and urine in a jar and cover it with a balloon then let it ferment out in the sun, then afterwards they would inhale the fumes created"
>mfw I live in southeast Texas and it never snows here
Enjoy your ice age faggots.
>home of the wood roach and where sneks live in trees
>also there are africanized bees and 120 degree days in the summer with 100% humidity
Fuck. That. I'll take the snow and ice. Texas is great, 2 months a year (april and october)
I have an old ATF picture that resembles that.
Why do you have:
1) A sword in a bar?
2) A cash register in your home bar?
I understand why a bar would have a cash register, and why someone might brandish a sword while drinking in their home bar, but I do not understand this situation...
1.) The sword was a gift from a customer, we were using it to open champagne
2.) It's just a cash drawer with a point of sale system on top for ringing in food/drinks
You were only supposed to answer one question. I understand why a bar would have a cash register unless its in your basement (a home bar). I also understand the point of a cash register.
Also, based alton brown.
Gentleman Jack is pretty good. I usually buy a bottle on my birthday.
My friend's grandma told me makers mark was a woman's whiskey and every since then I can't bring myself to buy it
Like this dainty old southern woman essentially looked me in the eye and called me a pussy because I was fixing to drink some
that font makes me want to turn a gun on myself.
The snow is going just south of me
>tfw live in barracks
>tfw can't have my guns or alchohol
I feel so cucked
Eagle Rare is another great one for not a lot of money, probably up there with Jefferson for me. They're different, but they're both good. I personally think Makers and Knob Creek are pretty overrated.
I've also been on a big Woodford Double Oaked kick lately.
What is your opinion of Bulleit
Great for $20-25 bucks. It's solid for what it is and it's pretty widely available around here in bars and restaurants. It wouldn't be my go to if I wanted to sip neat or on the rocks but it's not bad either and I wouldn't turn it down. I think I still have a bottle of their bourbon and their rye. Oh, they're rye is pretty good for an old fashioned.
Glenfiddich 18, which strangely enough isn't as mediocre as I thought it would be. It might actually be worth the price to some people, maybe.
Got a box of padrons a few days ago.
Thanks anon, but I didn't join to fight for freedom because I know there hasn't been any recent conflict where freedom of the average american is at stake.
homebrew time. Bourbon barrel brown ale that I made back in october
>a bloo bloo bloo
Why are East Coasters such unbelievable pussies? What the fuck happened to you faggots?
It's shitting out 4 inches an hour right now and most of us live in the woods where the roads are windy and change elevation...you're just asking to get stuck or hit something if you go out right now. Anyone can drive around the grid that is philly, that's not what we're talking about.
>in the woods
>don't have a proper truck
Get better truck and learn how use weight distribution.
>pittsburgh a shit edition
resting on a shotgun. Shit-tier pic, but my phone sucks.
Kids on the weekend... I kid, but, seriously... The only people I know who vape are teenagers and people who peaked in highschool. Plus, having to bow your head every time you take a drag makes you look silly as fuck.
Fucking vaginas. Oh no!!! The weather is getting all over me and my Prius won't go! Whaahhhh!
>not driving pic related on snow tires so you could rally with the heated seats on
Yeah, a lot of us are faggots, but it helped me quit shit-tier black&milds. Didn't show my other vape, little stick battery and EVOD tank with 6mg nicotine juice. A couple guys I know from work who vape used it to quit cigs, and they're good people.
Yeah... You wouldn't be able to make my hill then.
it's a 24% grade m8 when there is 14'' of fresh snow that thing will bog down in the first 500 feet no matter how fast you go.
Don't get me wrong though, Subarus are maximum comfy though. (heaters kinda suck though)
why not? vaping is for fags
A smoker of all people is the last person who should complain about vapers. Vaping is actually saving people's lives from the worst of smoking.
>stop liking what I don't like: the thread
I started laughing my ass off when he showed to the right side and there is that one car on like a 45 degree angle sticking up in the air. I don't know why but it was absolutely hilarious to me.
I drink Bernie 12 to remind me of Westvleteren 12 - as it's a very close cousin. Not the same, but deliciously close. But truly, there are very few bad abbey and Trappist beers out of Belgium.
I've never had that particular one but have heard really good things about it. I have some family in Belgium so when I go visit in the Summer i think I'm taking a few brew tours. From what he says they are pretty awesome and you get to drink a lot of really good beer as well as seeing how they make it.
I'll write it down, there are only a few places in town that actually have a good selection of beer. The Belgian stuff is hard to get because everyone will buy it up as soon as it get there. Belgians make really good beer.
Westvleteren is worth the journey to the abbey - the cafe there, In Der Vrede, is the only place you can buy it. Also, don't miss out on their gouda, or their ice-cream made with Westvleteren 12 and 8.
If you haven't heard the story, many years ago, the laws said that Trappist beer could be brewed anywhere, as long as the monks did the work. The St Sixtus (Westvleteren) monks did their brewing at the nearby St Bernardus brewery. Then the laws changed, and mandated that it must be done in the abbey itself - so they set up shop there. Meanwhile, St Bernardus announce "Hey guise we totally have a new variety!". So that's why it's a very close cousin.
I adore Belgian beer, and along with a particular race track and the war history, it's what keeps me going back there every time I visit Europe. Used to date a Belgian girl but still make the journey every time; even if I can't get to Westvleteren a trip to a supermarket beer aisle is still hilariously fruitful and cheap.
Okay West is on my list of places to go in Belgium thanks. I never knew that about the monks but that is really fucking cool and only makes me appreciate what they do even more. I've been to Belgium before but I never really traveled the country as I was mainly there visiting family, however the next time I go I will actually spend some time enjoying the country. I don't have any family in Vleteren but I will make the trip to go, what else is there in West Flanders? Any battlefields, castles, forts, etc to visit?
Too much to go into here, but there's a shitload of WW1 history around that area. Ypres, Passchendaele, Messines Ridge, Hill 60 and Tyne Cot, are all good starting places to do some research; ideally, rent a car if you can - it's worth it.
Sweet, I'll write those down and take a look at a few more, thanks very much. The car is already taken care of because I'll be hanging out with my cousin and using his. Do they have shooting ranges with rentals in Belgium?
>East Coasters making a big deal about a few feet or so of snow
Yikes! All of us Midwesterner' don't see the big deal. I guess it makes sense given the population density.
Last time it snowed 2 1/2 feet here I had to go to work.
ATF-Being a student fucking sucks balls edition
I scavenge any alcohol I can find
I broke apart a small barrel and used the slivers in a 5 gallon batch. This is one of the pieces.
>A: Four Roses Single Barrel
>T: Lucky Strikes/ Oliva Serie V no. IV/ Cohiba Black Corona
>F: Beretta 92FS & 92S
Also; while not all of us are dying of lung cancer... most of us will likely die from liver failure... so it all evens out.