Very nice! You are missing a shot w/ the steak cut open so we can see how you cooked it but everything looks nice.
I saw that steakhouse on the Food Network the other night... best steak in the nation... very cool.
I've been big on Gin and Tonics lately because they are low in sugar and hard to screw up. Whiskey on the rocks is nice when I have the $$ for some decent whiskey. There are some cool cocktails in here.
Too many to pick just one... I am a fan of Heineken, Yuengling, Guinness, and Sam Smith's Nut Brown Ale to name a few.
For an absolute favorite, I can't come to a serious conclusion... it's just too hard. :D
Oh, ok... so a half keg has 15 gallons and a full keg has about 30? Thats a lot of beer... ~250 lbs worth! Those half kegs are freaking heavy as it is... I can't imagine trying to move a full keg around.
Nice. Hard to see what you have there besides the "Sexual Chocolate Stout" (sounds refreshing ;) ). What is the stuff in the wine bottles? Does beer cellar well?
edit... clicked on the picture and I can see you have a couple other stouts there... can't exactly make out what the other stuff is tho.
really? last I checked US stands for America... patriot states founded by brewers! ;)
Well, cant you at least borrow them with a deposit? It's sorta the same thing... unless all the kegs I've been tapping are half kegs or something. :P
Yeah, another thread here turned me onto this stuff... makes a hell of a rum and coke!
Venturing into the more expensive rums sounds delicious and all this talk of rum really is really making me thirsty. ;)
I was at my local liquor store today and I saw a couple of these bottles. If I can remember this correctly the eagle rare was going for $25 / 750ML and the buffalo trace was going for $25/1L
Are these some sort of limited production whiskeys? Is this a good deal? I've heard from this...