I’m fond of the Grand Cru tripel.
Tonight we went to dinner with Mike and Amber at the Pour House. A fun evening. And we ordered a colorful variety of draft beers. Monte seems to be a bit ahead of us before the toast, though. Cheers!
Not ones to miss a taproom visit opportunity, we left an hour early to take Fran and family to the airport, stopping in at the Live Oak Brewing Company right across the highway from the Austin airport. It sure beats the cellphone lot!
Back home, the house is sadly quiet. Except for Keeto asking “who’s here?” We await our next visitors!
Colleen sent me these cute wine glass charm birdies. We tried them out last night. Cheers!
I was hankering for a salad for dinner. Monte was too. After a brief tactical evaluation, we decided on BB Rover’s.
This is a pic of the suds. The salads disappeared pretty quickly.
I love that it’s getting dark later these days. I can get more things done after work. But it does tend to make the days longer.
Tonight it was 8:30 by the time we both sat down and and starting thinking about what to do for dinner. So, we decided to pop out for a quick, late, bite. We ended up at our local pub, BB Rover’s.
BB Rover’s is a great bar. Good food. Nice patio outside. Tons of beer. They have over 300 beers from all over the world to choose from every night. They have a tradition at BBs – once a patron has tried 100 different beers, their name goes up on the 100 Beer Club wall of fame. Don’t worry, you don’t have to drink all 100 of them in one night. 🙂 To help keep track, they have a form that you can use to check off different beers as you drink them.
We’ve been going to BBs for a long time…over 16 years. We have friends that have made it to the wall of fame. But, I can never seem to make progress towards the 100 milestone. Oh, I’ve tried. I just dug up my old scorecard. I have 23 different beers checked off, so far. But, try as I might, I usually just end up ordering a Stella on draft. I guess I know what I like. Maybe I’ll give it another go. It could happen.
In our travels to the Caribbean, I’ve found some local lagers that I like: Carib (Trinidad & Tobago), Kalik (Bahamas), Hairoun (St. Vincent & the Grenadines). But they are hard to find in the US, so they haven’t made it to BB’s checklist. I guess we’ll just have to keep going down to the islands for a cold one of them.
I’ll leave you with this (source unknown):
The Beer Prayer Our lager, Which art in barrels, Hallowed be thy drink. Thy will be drunk, (I will be drunk), At home as it is in the tavern. Give us this day our foamy head, And forgive us our spillage, As we forgive those who spill against us. And lead us not to incarceration, But deliver us from hangovers. For thine is the beer, the bitter, and the lager. Barmen