I was up to Saturday night with these ramblings, and then I stopped. I don't know why I stopped. Because, after all, absolutely nothing happened Saturday night. I myself stayed home and made gift baskets for orphans all night long.
If you think that anything happened Saturday night, then you're clearly smoking crack and you should seek professional help.
So then Sunday I ended up going to Don Pablo's for dinner. I got to see NotHideousGirl for the first time in a million years, and I got to eat yummy food. So there.
Then I went across the street to Hooters and had some Newcastles (10008) and talked to this one dude I went to school with.
You may notice that I passed 10,000 ounces of Newcastle. This doesn't count, though, because I was supposed to save that occasion for AlliDay. I screwed up, and it was only because AlliGirl is so nice that I was given a do-over.
Let's see, Monday night I had one of the new beers that I'd bought Saturday at Barley Island.
(bottle) Black with thin tan head. Mild aroma of bourbon. Medium mouthfeel. Flavor more intense and bourbony that the aroma had hinted. As an oatmeal stout, there isn't much flavor except for the bourbon. Pretty good, though gimmicky.So that was pretty good.
Then yesterday after work I had another new beer for me.
(draft) Pours clear and golden with a large long-lasting head. Nice aroma of apple peels and malts. Smooth and creamy mouthfeel. Flavor more malty than most tripels, maybe some caramel in there that coats the mouth. Quite damn good.One of the most pleasant surprises I've had in a long time, beer-wise.
And then today, for AlliDay, I had my official 10,000th ounce of Newcastle (10028). There was a big party with balloons and dancing girls. It was fantastic.
Okay, what really happened was that AlliGirl bought my beer for me and gave me a hug. Still pretty damn cool, though.
The dude I talked to Sunday reminded me that my high school reunion is approaching in less than three weeks. I guess I don't care. I had originally planned to go, but I don't want to go by myself.
So, basically, waaaaah!
Tomorrow I go to Atlanta. It might be fun, but I doubt that I'll find myself in Atlanta, either.