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Screamers! About one a year or so I get a case of cream ale. Drink about 1/2 of it and the next day it feels like you are doing a colonoscopy prep. Loved 12 Horse Ale until it was discontinued. After it was re-released (a couple times) it never tasted the same.
Love how this thread has flawlessly drifted from grillin' to drinkin'. Seems logical
Oh, yea. On topic. Let's see-on the pellet grill I smoked hot peppers, roasted asparagus, smoked chicken thighs, grilled fresh corn, and cooked steak. All today.Had it running all day. Just changed heat and smoke settings as needed. Didn't need to heat up the house-it was 100 today.
Someone is from Yuengling country! lol
We finally got Yuengling here around the first of the year. Whenever I went out of state and found it, I thought it was great. Seemed fresh and clean, like German beer. So anyway, I've been keeping it in the fridge for a few months. THe other day I pulled out a PBR to cook some brats (thread content) and wow, that PBR really tastes good. I'm back with PBR.PBR, endorsed by Frank Booth
You probably only have access to Yuengling Lager and Flight. IMHO two of the lesser products in the Yuengling family.Don't mind me a PBR either. Usually get 6-packs while traveling because its available everywhere.
I personally found the griddle to be hard to keep clean. Gave it to a friend and bought another gas grill.
who wrote the poem ulyssesItís not a crime to have both.
Griddle sausage pepper and onions with meatballs soís youse donít have to just be satisfied with a sausage sandwich. Meatballs will go in in about an hour.And of course a couple Yuengling Premiums while we wait :thumb
I would love too but I donít have barricades and crowd control in place
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