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90° and 38 % humidity was just right for a little deck time with with my favorite glass and what I prefer to fill it with (no other beer shall taint this glass) and this 55 gram Italian made Dunhill.

All of this made possible by @Hurricane Jack with his generous gift of the PBR glass.
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A closer view.
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90° and 38 % humidity was just right for a little deck time with with my favorite glass and what I prefer to fill it with (no other beer shall taint this glass) and this 55 gram Italian made Dunhill.

All of this made possible by @Hurricane Jack with his generous gift of the PBR glass.
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A closer view.
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Knocked back a few of those myself yesterday evening.... admittedly with far less style after a grass cutting. The package store in the neighborhood has been regularly stocking 12 packs of longneck bottles here lately, though.
 
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Knocked back a few of those myself yesterday evening.... admittedly with far less style after a grass cutting. The package store in the neighborhood has been regularly stocking 12 packs of longneck bottles here lately, though.

Bottles have been hard to come by up here, Cuz.
 
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The Artel Sisal gets the call today, it is currently 109°. Just back from some shopping. A couple of the bottles are my wife's, but she shares. View attachment 342124
Looks like a nice cashe DD! It was 100* when I was getting ready to go out for HH, so I dug out my OR hemp for the first time this season. Enjoyed a few ice cold Negra Modelos & a skillet chicken fajita. Returned home when HH was over & forgot until I came in the house I have some Prairie Star Porters downstairs in the fridge.

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Desert dog

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Looks like a nice cashe DD! It was 100* when I was getting ready to go out for HH, so I dug out my OR hemp for the first time this season. Enjoyed a few ice cold Negra Modelos & a skillet chicken fajita. Returned home when HH was over & forgot until I came in the house I have some Prairie Star Porters downstairs in the fridge.

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Good looking hat!
 

Short Balding Guy

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Home from a dog walk, grocery store before 7:00am. I enjoyed the cooler morning temps (61'f). Brazilian medium roast (Caribou Coffee) was a real treat.

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I started a wood fire for grilling a steak for my dog and I. A Surley Supreme was my treat. It is a breakfast beer as it does have grapefruit and a tart flavor. This pilsner was delicious paired with a rib-eye steak, grilled tomatoes and peppers.

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I waited impatiently til 9:00 am and cut my lawn. A shower and several glasses of ice water and I am out to wash my auto, drop off some grad cards and check in at a couple of high school grad gatherings. Early, but my kind of folks are up and around.

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Cheers, Eric -
 

Short Balding Guy

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90° and 38 % humidity was just right for a little deck time with with my favorite glass and what I prefer to fill it with (no other beer shall taint this glass) and this 55 gram Italian made Dunhill.

All of this made possible by @Hurricane Jack with his generous gift of the PBR glass.

Perfect frosty beverage for your steamy deck time.

The Artel Sisal gets the call today, it is currently 109°. Just back from some shopping. A couple of the bottles are my wife's, but she shares. View attachment 342124

I will have to cease whinning about warm temps as your temps are crazy warm! You have a came home with a dynamite selection of beverage options. What is the intended use of the pomegranate liquor? I googled up beverage recipes and see a Pomegranate Moscow Mule (ginger beer/vodca/lime juice/pomegranite liquoir/ice). I bet my wife would enjoy the Mule.

Looks like a nice cashe DD! It was 100* when I was getting ready to go out for HH, so I dug out my OR hemp for the first time this season. Enjoyed a few ice cold Negra Modelos & a skillet chicken fajita. Returned home when HH was over & forgot until I came in the house I have some Prairie Star Porters downstairs in the fridge.

Terrific pairing Jack.

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New Wolfbrae. Just some iced tea with a really good fried catfish lunch. I will have to go back and sample some of their other liquid refreshments soon.

Catfish - ahhh that sounds delicious. Cheers!
 

Fourman110

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And there is still daylight and an evening to contend with. Great start to the day...


Home from a dog walk, grocery store before 7:00am. I enjoyed the cooler morning temps (61'f). Brazilian medium roast (Caribou Coffee) was a real treat.

i-dhJbS9b-M.jpg


I started a wood fire for grilling a steak for my dog and I. A Surley Supreme was my treat. It is a breakfast beer as it does have grapefruit and a tart flavor. This pilsner was delicious paired with a rib-eye steak, grilled tomatoes and peppers.

i-f6NQ8Gm-M.jpg


I waited impatiently til 9:00 am and cut my lawn. A shower and several glasses of ice water and I am out to wash my auto, drop off some grad cards and check in at a couple of high school grad gatherings. Early, but my kind of folks are up and around.

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Cheers, Eric -
 

Short Balding Guy

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@Bamaboots & @dh66

When you have time you might enjoy these reviews. I laughed my fanny off! One of my favorite comments was when he said it tastes like something a college girl would drink on Spring Break, or words to that effect. Keep in mind this big Ol' boys favorite beer is Natty Light. I'm now subscribed.










+1 Jack. Yesterday night I watched the vid when he reviewed Mexican beers. Made for a good chuckle. He really did sampled them. By that he imbibed a significant amount. I was curious and watched the entire Stouts vid also. Refreshing compared to the highty-tighty wine or a couple of the whiskey reviewers reviewers.

It is an excellent chuckle.

And there is still daylight and an evening to contend with. Great start to the day...

Agreed.

"24 hours in a day, 24 beers in a case. Coincidence? " - Steven Wright

Cheers, Eric -
 

Short Balding Guy

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Shoe; Kapu Nui! I read that the beer culture in your "neighborhood" is diverse. The internet provides me info on a bunch of breweries in the Wakayama Prefecture. I am reading this morning about Wakayama Brewing and their sake and beer offerings. The world is a small place.



Morning coffee drinking some Costa Rican coffee. Single origion beans from the region called Tarrazu. To get the most out of this bean I have brewed my coffee with a press. Three cups in I added cream.

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Breakfast is leftover rice fried with fresh scallions and chopped shrimp with an poached egg on top. A sour beer, Bent Paddle Tuxedo (cucumber and lime) is my breakfast choice. I traded fa friend or this last seasons beer. I would pair this again if it becomes available.

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Cheers,
 

The Shoe

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Shoe; Kapu Nui! I read that the beer culture in your "neighborhood" is diverse. The internet provides me info on a bunch of breweries in the Wakayama Prefecture. I am reading this morning about Wakayama Brewing and their sake and beer offerings. The world is a small place.



Morning coffee drinking some Costa Rican coffee. Single origion beans from the region called Tarrazu. To get the most out of this bean I have brewed my coffee with a press. Three cups in I added cream.

i-9G7h4vL-M.jpg


Breakfast is leftover rice fried with fresh scallions and chopped shrimp with an poached egg on top. A sour beer, Bent Paddle Tuxedo (cucumber and lime) is my breakfast choice. I traded fa friend or this last seasons beer. I would pair this again if it becomes available.

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Cheers,
Methinks the internet is a little kind. I am aware of two craft breweries in the prefecture. One is overpriced and lacking in flavour. The other is nice but pricey. Wakayama does, however, produce some nice sake, but is probably most famous for it’s umeshu or plum liqueur, which is decidedly nice,
 

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