Southtown

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About Southtown

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  • Birthday 01/09/1977

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    1984
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  1. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    I posted this a few years ago and will do so again. Holidaywinecellar.com is doing their Cyber Monday deal again this year where they offer free shipping (and most likely no tax) on beer orders of $50 or more. Great opportunity to experiment with beer you can't get in your area. No more Russian River beers available like in years past...but they carry Knee Deep. If you love Double and Triple IPAs, beers from Knee Deep are fantastic. (Hoparillo is the smoothest Triple IPA you will every try) You can also re-use the box it gets delivered in for future beer trading too. Happy holidays!
  2. Southtown

    Annual "Where Do I Watch Games Thread"

    This works. A couple of ads to close and then its ok. http://www.vipleague.se/american-football/258827/2/tampa-bay-buccaneers-vs-washington-redskins-live-stream-online.html
  3. SPOILER ALERT The trailer for Season 5 is out. I consider it a spoiler because its unlike previous trailers. They pretty much give away the multiple cliff hangers we were left with at the end of Season 4. While it was really cool to see...I'm actually a little disappointed I watched it. If interested...its here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4GAs9TJVjM
  4. It'll be really disappointing if they are just cannibals. A "crazy cult" (that maybe eats some victims) would make more sense. The problem with cannibals is that there has been no shortage of food at all throughout this series. During Season 4 they showed us: A general store still loaded with supplies during the season opener, Rick catches a boar and raises pigs, Carol sees a deer and finds pecans, the hippie kids have peaches, Rick and Carl find canned goods, Beth and Darryl find food in the mortuary house etc. There is never any desperation for food. The only time I can remember anyone really hungry was when Carl went to eat the dog food at the start of Season 3 and Rick threw the can across the room. It sounds crazy that a group of heavily armed and well organized people in Terminus would just say "we have no choice but to eat humans...no way I'm driving down the street to look for food" and they would all be in agreement. Anyways...the show is awesome and I'm sure they'll have some sort of explanation...but just straight up cannibals doesn't work.
  5. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    Got my hands on the elusive Cigar City 5 Beers for 5 Years Imperial Oatmeal Cream Porter. Comes in at 11% but its hidden fairly well. An excellent porter. Last Friday we did our annual draft party...which has turned more so into a beer tasting over the years. Here is the graveyard: Some random nonsense...from left to right: Fat Head's Head Hunter: A great IPA I've mentioned in this thread before. They started distributing in FL about a year ago. Ranked as one of the best IPAs in the country. Worthy of its reputation. Knee Deep Imperial Tanilla Porter: All beers from Knee Deep are great. Its a 10% porter than drinks very easily. Hoppin Frog Double Pumpkin: Never had much luck with Hoppin Frog beers but this one was OK. Got it on clearance at Total for $3.99. Worth it at that price. (though I think retail is like $9.99) Cigar City Good Gourd: My favorite pumpkin. Needed to get it out of the closet since it was about 6 months old. Still tasted fantastic. Knee Deep Batch 138: Knee Deep seems to nail all their IPAs. While this one isn't on the level of the Hoptologist...its still excellent. Moylan's Hopsickle: A great DIPA. If you're a hoppy/high ABV IPA fan you will love this one. (its on the level of Maharaja for me) Bogota Brewing Septimazo IPA: This one was pretty good. A co-worker went down to Colombia and brought it back for me. I've had a few beers from Bogota Brewing and this one is by far the best I've tried. Hair of the Dog Fred: A strong ale. Very good...especially if you like that style. Terrapin Hopzilla: Love this DIPA. (great name and label too) The price point isn't there though. $13.99 for a 4 pack is crazy. ($9.99 is more in line) Its only out about a month a year so still good for an annual tasting. Maine Brewing Company Lunch IPA: Just an all around excellent IPA. So smooth and drinkable.
  6. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    EvolutionsWines is the only place I've found online that sells Three Floyd's. Shipping is reasonable. You are better off calling in your order since the shipping cost they post on their website is just an estimate. Three Floyd's here: http://www.evolutionwines.com/beer/craft-1.html?p=3 A way back in this thread I posted a photo of my Alpha King and Gumballhead delivery. Both are fantastic.
  7. For all the passive fans that can't resist WrestleMania.. I'm getting a perfect feed from the same site I may supposedly watch the Skins on... For entertainment purposes only... FirstRowSports has it. Link #4 working for me. Won't post actual link in case not allowed.
  8. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    FYI. www.liquorama.net is doing a Black Friday through Cyber Monday special. $10 flat rate shipping on all orders. Not a huge beer selection but a good opportunity to try some new beers you might not get in your area. Edit: Even better, just got an email from www.holidaywinecellar.com They are once again doing a free shipping promo on Cyber Monday. Free shipping on everything. No minimum. Huge selection. Good opportunity to get beers from Knee Deep or Russian River.
  9. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    A co-worker went to Colombia. Asked her to bring me back a beer they don't sell here. She brought me back a 4 pack of this: Bogota Beer Company - Chapinero Porter http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/18881/11164 5% ABV. Always love trying out new beer.
  10. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    Enjoying some Enjoy By 10/25 at Tap 42 in Ft Lauderdale. Fantastic. Earlier in the week I had Funky Buddha's Moro Moro Blood Orange IPA at the brewery. Had a big grapefruit bite to it. It's 7.7% ABV. Very good. Nice alternative to their Hop Gun IPA. And two weekends ago I hit the Lion and Eagle Pub in Boca Raton, FL which has a few Cigar City bombers in the back fridge. Had Cigar City's Last Spike IPA. Pretty good though I must admit it was a little bit of a let down. When I heard that Cigar City and Coronado collaborated on an IPA, I had huge expectations. Pretty good...but not one I would go out of my way for.
  11. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    Tried to throw together a group photo but it was a little tough at work. (and my co-worker wanted to take his share and start the weekend) You get the general idea. We ended up getting 5 Good Gourd, a four pack of Jose Marti, a six pack of Rollin Dirty, a Marshall Zhukov (tried getting more but they sold out, it was the last one) and 2 six packs of Jai Alai. Finally, in the middle, is a 32oz growler of Cafe Americana. I had never heard of it so at first I told her to not bother with any growlers...but when I read the rating I told her to pick it up and I'll try it out. Can't wait. Double/Imperial Stout. http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/17981/98020 ----------------------------------------------------- FYI. The Redskins themed Flying Dog Brewing t shirts are back in stock. $25 each. Shipping is $7 for one but free if you order two or more.
  12. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    I can finally get into the pumpkin conversation. Good Lord! Check out that Good Gourd! Cigar City has been having distribution issues (possibly intentional) and its been tough to get any of their bottles. A friend was coming down from Tampa and I had her stop by the brewery. Scored some Good Gourd and a few others. My favorite pumpkin beer. Reviews here: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/17981/47020/?sort=serv&servT=1&start=0
  13. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    letspour is a retail site. You are buying the beer from them. I just checked and they still have $10 off your first order and free shipping if you order 6 of any bottles. (the bottles are marked up to offset the shipping) So $59 for 6 bottles to your front door. $ for $ that's going to be easier than setting up a beer trade. (and without the labor and fear of the dreaded UPS "package damaged in transit, merchandise discarded" update)
  14. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    NoCalMike said: I'd "kill" to get my hands on Southern Tier's Pumking, but it doesn't have any CA distribution. And I think shipping beer is illegal, or at least the laws are so weird and vary from state to state. I know beeradvocate.com has a sub-forum dedicated to beer trading though so I think I need to look into that. ----------------- Shipping beer isn't illegal...you just can't use USPS. With FedEx and UPS its fine. I have two people I currently trade with and shipping isn't an issue. A 6 bomber box costs about $20 to ship via FedEx or UPS. With tax, Pumking is about $7.41 out the door. With shipping it works out to about $10.75 a bottle ($64 for the box). A site like letspour.com probably has a similar price if you use a coupon code. You would probably have some luck on beeradvocate for trading. They would die to trade for something as "easy" as Pumking...and since you're in California you'd probably have a lot to offer other parts of the country. Edit: Just checked letspour.com You can get 6 bottles for $69. I'm almost positive there is a $10 off coupon code for new customers if you dig a bit...so $59 to your front door.
  15. Southtown

    The Beer Thread

    Those shirts are great GoSkins561. I see they are sold out per this link but will definitely get on when they are back in stock. https://flyingdogbrewery.web-stores.biz/On-The-Warpath-Tee_p_192.html Yesterday I went to a friend's house to watch the game. I brought this. These were behind the counter at Total Wine and limit 1 per customer. I got the last one in the store. I don't get it. Coconut IPA? You couldn't taste any coconut at all. It was a solid beer but it basically tasted like a typical Stone offering. Would not buy again.