Monday, November 27, 2006

Beverage of the day



Harpoon Winter Warmer. Holy shit. This stuff is awesome. If only it wasn't so damned expensive.

7 comments:

Fraley said...

You have my mouth watering (more than your usual affect on me) and I am interested. I say load up the V-dub with this stuff and let's have a party at grandma's for old times sake. Bring the deep fryer and we'll take years off of our life in a weekend. Is it a local beer or may I run across it here (I am afraid if I read their whole site I would end up leaving work and finding the nearest drinking hole). Sounds like a plan, let me know.

Fraley said...

So I lied. I have just spent the last hour-and-a-half looking through the Harpoon Brewery site and I had a great idea. How does a brewery vacation sound: visit small regional breweries over an extended amount of time during any certain kind of season. I say we strong arm a person into being designated driver and travel about singing songs of beer's greatness. Once again, sounds like a plan, let me know.

spydrz said...

Micah only likes three beers though. Besides, it would take years to do this just in Germany.

spydrz said...

OK, perhaps as many as five different beers. Correction...

Micah said...

fraley - You know, I'm really bummed that I can't throw my annual Ramahankwanzmas soiree this year.

You'll likely be able to find that beer in Cowtown, maybe at that beer & wine store on Sawmill. Hey, I got my six pack at Kroger.

As for the vacation, you're on! Since you're making the phatty-boombatty legal profession money, I propose that you fund the trip.

spydrz - Naw, you gotta start here in the States. USA! USA! USA!

Red Stripe, Corona, Corona Light, Modelo Especial, Harpoon Winter Warmer, Jack's Pumpkin Spice Ale...and I didn't mind that Yuengling that I tasted. That's 7, bitch.

spydrz said...

Actually you also liked the Radler at the Hofbraeuhaus.


Gold Ochsen Radler
ist ein Biermischgetränk aus 50% Vollbier (Gold Ochsen Original) und 50% kalorienarmer Zitronen-Limonade. Seit kurzem gibt es das Gold Ochsen Radler auch in der handlichen 0,33 Liter Flasche mit dem praktischen Pull-Off-Verschluß. Für den größeren Durst kann aber auch auf die bewährte 0,5-Liter Flasche zurückgegriffen werden.

Micah said...

?Que?