"Nightcap"
Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout
Great Divide Brewing Company
Denver, Colorado

"Nightcap"

Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout

Great Divide Brewing Company

Denver, Colorado

An IPA a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Beer #210
Enjoy By 04.20.14 IPA (Stone Brewing Company)
Well look at that, another Stone double IPA, life can’t get any worse!
It’s getting about that time, so I busted out my last bottle of this lovely IPA.
There’s not much I can say about this that hasn’t been said about previous versions. Just a smooth, somewhat tropical, intensely citrus and piney double IPA. It’s not too sweet like many double IPAs, and the alcohol (9.4% ABV) is very well hidden.
Enjoy your 4.20 day, ya’ll.
http://enjoyby.stonebrewing.com/stone-enjoy-042014-ipa

An IPA a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Beer #210

Enjoy By 04.20.14 IPA (Stone Brewing Company)

Well look at that, another Stone double IPA, life can’t get any worse!

It’s getting about that time, so I busted out my last bottle of this lovely IPA.

There’s not much I can say about this that hasn’t been said about previous versions. Just a smooth, somewhat tropical, intensely citrus and piney double IPA. It’s not too sweet like many double IPAs, and the alcohol (9.4% ABV) is very well hidden.

Enjoy your 4.20 day, ya’ll.

http://enjoyby.stonebrewing.com/stone-enjoy-042014-ipa

angelsablaze:

I AM SUCH A FUCKING NAIVE DORK. YOU KNOW WHAT I SAID WHEN I SAW THIS PICTURE? I FUCKING SAID, “WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH ALL OF THAT PESTO AND WHY THE HELL ARE YOU PUTTING IT IN CAKE?”

Taker of this picture:"No one’s ever overdosed on marijuana? Challenge accepted."

angelsablaze:

I AM SUCH A FUCKING NAIVE DORK. YOU KNOW WHAT I SAID WHEN I SAW THIS PICTURE? I FUCKING SAID, “WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH ALL OF THAT PESTO AND WHY THE HELL ARE YOU PUTTING IT IN CAKE?”

Taker of this picture:
"No one’s ever overdosed on marijuana? Challenge accepted."

(via she-who-walks-unseen)

Got back from out of town for work tonight. Someone missed me.
I’m not holding her against me, either. I just have one arm under her butt to hold her up, she just hugs me like that on her own.

Got back from out of town for work tonight. Someone missed me.

I’m not holding her against me, either. I just have one arm under her butt to hold her up, she just hugs me like that on her own.

An IPA a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Beer #209
Grapefruit Slam IPA (Stochasticity Project/Stone Brewing Company)
After looking up this beer, it’s apparently part of the Stone Brewing collection, which I didn’t even realize. That made me anticipate the beer more, not less, for those counting.
I thought it a weird idea to add grapefruit peel to an IPA. Not because it wouldn’t go together—obviously it would go together great. It’s weird because it’s so OBVIOUS to me, and Stone doesn’t typically go for the obvious choices. When you can make an IPA reek of grapefruit without even adding any, then why add some? Anyways, that’s just my initial impression.
The beer on aroma smacks you in the face with the mix of sweet tropical and citrus bitterness that you would expect from a good double IPA. The flavor is, if this makes any sense, very Stone-y. Before even looking it up and finding the beer was made by Stone, I tasted it and thought “that tastes like a Stone double IPA.”
The grapefruit comes out quite a bit more on the flavor than the aroma, but honestly this beer tastes like other double IPAs I’ve had that don’t have grapefruit added. In any case, it’s still tasty and worth drinking. I look forward to more beers coming from this Stochasticity Project lineup.
http://www.stochasticity.com/beers/grapefruit-slam-ipa

An IPA a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Beer #209

Grapefruit Slam IPA (Stochasticity Project/Stone Brewing Company)

After looking up this beer, it’s apparently part of the Stone Brewing collection, which I didn’t even realize. That made me anticipate the beer more, not less, for those counting.

I thought it a weird idea to add grapefruit peel to an IPA. Not because it wouldn’t go together—obviously it would go together great. It’s weird because it’s so OBVIOUS to me, and Stone doesn’t typically go for the obvious choices. When you can make an IPA reek of grapefruit without even adding any, then why add some? Anyways, that’s just my initial impression.

The beer on aroma smacks you in the face with the mix of sweet tropical and citrus bitterness that you would expect from a good double IPA. The flavor is, if this makes any sense, very Stone-y. Before even looking it up and finding the beer was made by Stone, I tasted it and thought “that tastes like a Stone double IPA.”

The grapefruit comes out quite a bit more on the flavor than the aroma, but honestly this beer tastes like other double IPAs I’ve had that don’t have grapefruit added. In any case, it’s still tasty and worth drinking. I look forward to more beers coming from this Stochasticity Project lineup.

http://www.stochasticity.com/beers/grapefruit-slam-ipa

ronaldferree:

Blood Moon

ronaldferree:

Blood Moon

(via atthespeakeasy)

drueisms:

upworthy:

A Guy Talks About Rape From A Man’s Perspective. (And It’s Not What You Think, Either.)

You think this is going to be about one thing, but then it ends up somewhere completely different. More than once. I’ll just let you take a look.

(This brilliant work comes with a trigger warning.)

He thinks rape is hilarious, and he has a good reason.

Goddamn

asker

Anonymous asked: I'm confused. What's wrong with Richard Dawkins? Do you not like atheists, or just cunty atheists? Is Dawkins a cunty atheist? Yes I actually do not know the answer to this question.

thatfinegentleman:

taskscape:

Cunty Atheists. 

I like his work, I think the way in which he presents himself is really awful and rude. 

He has spurned a new wave of hate and extreme athiests who are just as bad a religious extremists. 

Correct.

Don’t mistake rudeness for bluntly curt.
And don’t blame him for a bunch of over zealous immature assholes.