Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Today I'm tasting

O'hara's Irish red.
Imported straight from the homeland, ireland, This one is quite a bit sweeter than the past two days and fulfills it's name as an Irish red.

Have you tried it?  Let me know your review on this brew

Monday, July 30, 2012

beer tasting of the day.

blind tiger, tavern style pale ale
made by barley island brewery in noblesville Indiana
 review by: gmfessen 
"3.53/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5
 Poured from the bottle into a pint glass, beer is a slightly hazy, golden-orange color with a one-finger, soapy looking head. The smell is of citrus and pine resin hops, not overwhelming and a slight malty background. The taste starts and ends with the same hops from the nose with some malty notes tossed in along the way. There is a residual bitterness about the beer. The mouthfeel is light in body and adequately carbonated. Overall, not a bad offering, nothing too spectacular either though." 


*Personal opinion: Defently stronger on the hop than than malt, a little heavier than my preference and maybe not in my top favorite list, but still enjoyable in my book.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

newest beer tasting

Beer of the Week: Tommyknocker Brewery’s Hop Strike Black India Pale Ale BY DI STAFF | JULY 07, 2011 7:20 AM The Beer of the Week is Tommyknocker Brewery’s Hop Strike Black India Pale Ale. Brewed in Idaho Springs in the Colorado mountains, the heavily hopped brew is characterized by a dark, heavy body, spicy citrus hops, and chocolate malt flavors. “Black IPA beers are really a new big thing in American craft brewing,” said Joe Hotek, the beer-room manager at John’s Grocery, 401 E. Market St. “They’re a really nice combination of a stout and an IPA.” According to Tommyknocker’s website, Hop Strike uses chinook, summit, and Willamette hops, along with seven varieties of malts to achieve a distinct flavor that also makes a “great first impression on the nose.” And at 7 percent alcohol by volume, the beer is particularly strong. Hotek said Tommyknocker’s Hop Strike Black IPA — like most IPA brews — drinks well on its own, but it can nicely complement any spicier dishes. — by Brian Albert *Very similar to 1554 or my own chocolate beer, it's a dryer, darker beer but with no bitterness. a heavy hint like guiness but with no where near the same weight. My approval: 5 stars. a good relaxing beer, not a getting drunk and drinking all night beer. But since relaxing is my favorite kind of drinking... :)

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Lv

Good ol Louis has to be my favorite brand ever. Not too stuffy but still clean and classy with an edge of funtastic

welcome back curly hair.

after going a year without my curly hair, i couldnt stand it anymore... no more straight hair for me :) and i love this too.


I'm just full of updates and changes in life. lol. But i still love all of it.
Now if i could just get that darn house finished i would have a real party :)

since i switched to apple 7 yrs ago..

The main reason for the purchase of my first apple was that i needed a laptop and i wanted something with a long life.... and to this day i still have my first apple laptop. and i still love for...

So of course when my battery went out and i still wanted to take my laptop with me i decided it was time for a new piece of equipment ... hence the ipad.

After realizing how well the two work together i decided that the iphone would eventually happen. However .it took a bit before my phone provider came out with my new want... and at that they were asking 600 for it! ... while i dont mind spending extra for a good thing, i'm not so willing to just go around throwing away money..

So when my husband told me there was a carrier that would sell it to me for 100 and give me better coverage and would give him a free smart phone in the process... i was game.

So i'm officially a mac junky.
I officially have the phone i've been craving.
I officially have internet access at any point (im blogging from work right now.)
and all my product work together :) yay.

.. thats all. i was just excited and wanted to share with you :)

Monday, July 02, 2012

Sara hall

I work with Sara coaching the saluki swim club, but she is also a great fashion inspiration.

Growing up

I remember the first time I tried coffee... Couldn't have Been older than 10. I was sitting a my gmas house and was taking a sip of my milk when, instead of milk, I was drinking her coffee.... And it was disgusting. Now I live for my morning coffee :)