Day 15 is a 3 Floyds Christmas porter. I threw it in the fridge about an hour ago, hoping it's chilled by the time the Bears start in 52 minutes.

Day 14 has an incredibly unappetizing name, but it's pretty good! I rated it a 3.75. It's also refreshing because most of the beers so far have been heavier winter ales.

Idk why I called the Great Lakes brew in my last post "day 10" because it was actually day 11. Here are day 12 and 13. Seasick Crocodile sounded so promising but it was sour then cinnamon, and I didn't like how they blended. Accumulation is good though. White IPA is very smooth.

I do like this #beer! Been a while since I've had it. ๐Ÿบ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป #sapporo

It's Sunday funday so day 7 and 8 are both being consumed! Day 8 is Begyle Brewing's Christmas Ale. This is a solid Christmas ale, very demonstrative of everything great about them.

Holiday preparations are complete. Fire in the stove, red and green centerpiece on the table, Captain FGS Baltic porter to keep off any chill. Not shown: snuggling with my sweetie and Doggo1.

Doctor says I can ditch the scooter and the knee crutch, start transitioning from the medical boot to hiking boots. Skiing and hiking again by February or March. Whoo hoo!

Celebrating with Doggo1 and a visit to New Bohemia Brewing.

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The Mastodon instance for those who love beer. I hadn't seen any instances that were specific to beer, so I thought I'd create one. You can post reviews of beers you've tried, recommendations for others, discuss home brewing, share events, etc. Anyone is welcome, whether you're new to the world of beer or a long-time connoisseur.