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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Aidansdaddy17, Apr 3, 2013.
Hmm not my cup of beer sorta speak.
But that’s a good brewery I’ve had there IPA’s and there tasty !
Ya I'm an IPA guy too, but I tend to like variety. Drinking bitter ipa all day can get boring so I try to mix in some other stuff here and there.
Couldn’t agree more ! I’ve been testing the waters and found I really like some pilsners. Easy drinking and taste wonderful!
yowza. Good thing I started with this one.
I’ll give it a 6.9/10. Really malty, creamy, flavorful but packs a punch.
and a DLT para3 lw
From Alpha Brewing co. out of south St.Louis.
They’re mostly known for sours.
6/10 it’s thick and sweet, probably wouldn’t want a bunch of them.
And a Fradon Lock Manix2 in CPM 4V
(a seriously nice knife)
I needed a pallet cleanser after those stouts.
Heavy Seas Beer out of Baltimore.
6.5/10 a little too much of the bitterness from the citrus peel.
And a Benchmade 710 in M390
English Dark Mild at Missouri Beer Co.
9/10 one of the best beers I’ve had in a while.
And a Brown Exponent T
Mango Hibiscus 7/10, slightly sour, slightly sweet, good balance (35 IBU)
And a Bugout.
This stuff is so good. Maybe one of my favorite beers of all time.
Chapman Crafted Beer - Old Towne Fest - Great Fest Bier! 8/10
What's the knife?
That’s a Craig Brown Exponent T(humbstud) with a micarta inlay. Outstanding little piece of work.
My other hobby
No. 59 and some Fresh Hops!