Grey wrote:y'ever drank old engine oil? it's a porter from a scottish brewery called harviestoun. it's one of my favourite beers.
my pub's having a music and ale festival this weekend. we've got a few ales in that we've never sold before and have them on cask in the shady part of the garden. we'll have music at one end of the garden and me and some dude named oliver at the other end selling ale and BBQ burgers
s'gonna be a good couple days. standin out in the sun, pourin interesting beers for people.
Whatis6times9 wrote:Also it's a porter, not a stout, there's not an insane amount of difference and now that's warmed up it's kinda coffee-y, I'll let it come up a bit more and see how it develops.
ha-haaaaMir@k wrote:i ate shrooms for the first time today
Whatis6times9 wrote:It is and when I said soy sauce I didn't mean salty as much as that really dark murky brewed taste.
Mir@k wrote:i ate shrooms for the first time today
weird as shit, the furniture was bothering me nudging my body, the ceiling seemed like made of cake and everything moved in a waving motion, everything made me smile even though i didn't want to and i felt like i wasn't actually there.Grey wrote:ha-haaaa
how was it?
Whatis6times9 wrote:I still don't have a bandwagon in the east, though I'm leaning Ottawa and Isles.
The first taste of it while cold was weird, like kind of that soy taste again, but also some sweetness from the lactose they add to sweeten it.
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