Lgoodroad

Lgoodroad

17 posts

  • Supplication Ale 8 years ago Supplication Ale Recommended
    Beat sour I have ever had! Brewed a stout today, and this is a great end. Very tart and refreshing. Worth the $--
  • St Bernarons 8 years ago St Bernarons Recommended
    St bernardus on tap in Sioux fall south Dakota. Actually a nice little beer bar named monks-
  • Four Loko 8 years ago Four Loko
    When life gets u down...this will b able to take u lower. Luke 2010AD 7.8" (Peenie)
  • Four Loko Can 8 years ago Four Loko Can
    I'm going loco 4 four loco!
  • Glenfiddich 8 years ago Glenfiddich Recommended
    Now I'm drunk- this has a pete nose with a little caramel as u drink. Extremely clean. Great single malt!
  • Glenlivet 8 years ago Glenlivet Recommended
    Wow! Oak notes are strong. Easy smooth drinker. This bottle was brought from Scotland and is 2 years old l.
  • Gordon Biersch 8 years ago Gordon Biersch Recommended
    Gordon biersch festbier. Light Alt type style. 5%abv or so with strong biscuit lager notes. Clean, great non filtered--
  • Tilt Drink 8 years ago Tilt Drink
    Fruit punch @12%. That's all I can say.
  • Gordon Biersch 8 years ago Gordon Biersch Recommended
    Gordon Biersch's Blond Bock. Sweet finish with a malty aftertaste. ABV of about 8%, but drinks easy. Pilsey--
  • Ommegang Abbey Ale 8 years ago Ommegang Abbey Ale Recommended
    Toasty raisin with a traditional Belgium yeast strain. Delicate esters and a dry finish. Let it warm a little.
  • Trappistes Rochefort 8 9 years ago Trappistes Rochefort 8
    Wow! Dates and plum notes. Low og. Dry finish that's crisp and true to style. Wonderful beer! A Trappist gem 4 sure.
  • Orval 9 years ago Orval
    Hot strong Belgium triple. Early crisis notes with a hot alc. My first one. I expected more--
  • Stone Ipa 9 years ago Stone Ipa Recommended
    Amazing IPA fermented with a Belgium yeast strand. Hoppy notes of noble proportions, but a clean dry finish. Fantastic!
  • Mountain Standard Reserve 2009 9 years ago Mountain Standard Reserve 2009
    Deep brown in color with little to no carb. Roasted notes with a cloying sweetness. Not their best.
  • Gordon Biersch 9 years ago Gordon Biersch Recommended
    Malty and sweet marzen that is refreshing and easy drinking.
  • Dale's Pale Ale 9 years ago Dale's Pale Ale Recommended
    Hoppy and dry, just like a pale should be. Little hints of citrus throughout. Great summer beer!