This is what I do twice a day. Sometimes three if I'm feeling a little risky. Not alcohol, but it gets me feeling just as good
aeropress trumps all!
I drink the cheapest beer I can find. Often it takes the form of Milwaukee's Best (actually Milwaukee's worst), or Genesee, depending on whats on sale. Often I can find twelve packs for $3.99. If not, I just buy a thirty of PBR.
Keepin' it real, while keepin' it safe
how are your nipples? pointy?
I ride I ride
Grolsch in one of them kewl stopper bottles.
I have a gallon bottle of metheglin in the fridge that I'm working on. I also just brewed some ginger beer. It's still too sweet, but should be dry and around 3% or 4% alcohol when it's finished.
king tampers are hawt. complete the kitchen makeover with the salt/pepper shakers!
while i don't use the king myself, i did use an MDF grinder for many years (brew machine has always been an isomac single-boiler e36, recently PIDed). how many times has your doser handle broken off? other than this (easily fixed) issue, i loved it. sold it for a vario, which after nearly a year i am still not happy with. what next?
Originally Posted by politely removedwell, here's some for you! everything's for sale...
I'm currently drinking Southern Tier Brewery's fine double IPA. If you like that sort of thing, it is an excellent example of a super hoppy ale. It doesn't have a stupid name, and it comes in a nice tasteful green bottle that doesn't look like it was attacked by a five year old with a crayon. Plus, like all fine beers, if you drink enough of it it makes you all super witty, charming and handsome and stuff (look what it did for me).
I may also have slipped, fallen, and imbibed one of Stone's Ruination IPA's (the big bottle, oh yes) earlier on. For a short while women wanted me, and men wanted to be me.
I also highly recommend the Gaggia Classic to anyone starting in espresso. I found mine on sale for only $350, it pushes water at the correct temp and pressure (which apparently might be a lucky find on my part) and after adding the Silvia steam wand it's great for milk.
I could only find this when I went to London. Still cant find it here in the US. Very tasty and refreshing beverage
Got some Leinenkugel variety pack going on for tonight.