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So, what are you drinking these days? Any hazy drinkers?

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I need to make note of these Hazes mentioned and then see if Total Wine carries any of them. I hate not being able to taste something before I buy it.
I really haven't had a hazy that I didn't like (and I loathe normal IPA's) so I suspect that you will like most of them. Some just aren't quite as flavorful as others, but they all have a similar flavor profile.
 

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I think that is a great one. One of my favorites!

In case anyone has access to beers from Stone Brewing, I really like their new mexican lager. It's called Buenaveza. It's really drinkable and especially good on a hot day.

For the record, I am enjoying a Lacroix Passion Fruit water. What is wrong with me?! :D
Buenaveza is awesome for a pool side beer.
 

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Me at Belching Beaver enjoying a mango IPA
So does the mask act as an extra filter? Or do you have a hidden straw?

Next time I’m in Oceanside I will have to go there. I was to be there in September at the Worldmark the night before Kaaboo at Petco. But now that it’s cancelled we are going to Zion and skipping SD County.

But I have a ticket for Kaaboo next year so maybe I can get to BB then.
 

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DRI: The Point at Poipu, 3 deeded weeks, 1 of which is in The Club.
The hoppiest beer I ever tasted is Finnegan's Cluster Truck. All their profits go to the food shelves.

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Been drinking Moscow Mules, or some variation of that for years. I have not find a new drink, they are suddenly very trendy, or at least they were when bars were open.

It doesn't have to be Tito's. Actually I like the recipe with Deep Eddy's Ruby Red Grapefruit Vodka.

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So does the mask act as an extra filter? Or do you have a hidden straw?

Next time I’m in Oceanside I will have to go there. I was to be there in September at the Worldmark the night before Kaaboo at Petco. But now that it’s cancelled we are going to Zion and skipping SD County.

But I have a ticket for Kaaboo next year so maybe I can get to BB then.
That mouth filter turns a hazy into a regular IPA. That picture was at the Vista business park location.
 

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I pulled this thread back up as I just tried my first Haze IPA. It was Firestone Mind Haze IPA out of Paso Robles, CA. It was great!!! I finally started a list to keep track of the beers I like, and don't like. I will definitely be buying this one again.
Try the App UNTAPPD — it tracks beers available in your location and allows you to rate beers.


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Just finished a home made MaiTai. Jigger of Silver Rum, Jigger of Amber Rum, POG, ice, and a splash of Dark Rum.
 

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Try the App UNTAPPD — it tracks beers available in your location and allows you to rate beers.


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Just downloaded it. Looks like it will be fun to play with. I'm thinking, or hoping, that there is someplace I can set up a list of the beers I like and don't like.
 

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I’m still having fun making cocktails this summer. My husband lost a crown so I’m trying to make soft foods until he can get to the dentist on Sunday. Which led to attempting a crockpot bolognese recipe (crockpot on account of it being 109F here today and not wanting to heat up the kitchen), only to discover my crockpot is too small for the full recipe, and then to decide after an hour not much was happening and turning the oven on to cook the sauce 4 hrs after all. So much for it being too hot to cook.

All of which led to me wanting an Italian cocktail, which should be a Negroni but a frozen drink seemed like an even better idea.

So behold the Florentine Freeze, which is:
1.5 oz gin
1.5 oz Campari (but I used Aperol)
2.5 oz frozen OJ concentrate
1 cup ice

Whirled in the blender and garnished with cherry and orange slices.

Once cocktail hour is over, we‘ll tuck into a caprese salad and pasta with bolognese.

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We made Strawberry-Peach Sangria tonight.
Recipe courtesy of Bahama Breeze Restaurant.
We'll be sloshed by Midnight.

Tomorrow: Strawberry Margaritas.
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Buenaveza is awesome for a pool side beer.
I'll have to try that one from Stone. Since others are also speaking of Firestone, I just enjoyed an 805 in my backyard not ten minutes ago!
 

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@heathpack, DW told me we went for the watermelon margaritas minus the elderflower stuff. Though only about 95 F here it was quite refreshing. Thanks!

I'm more of a hazy guy, so chased it with a Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing..

Jim
 

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I’m in the Bend area this week. Got some Crux Fermentation Project Bubble Wrap hazy for happy hour tonight.

Another quality brew from Crux. Both DW and I thought it was a great beer. I say it was subtle for a hazy. I may have to go and purchase some more to bring home.

Harland Brewing from San Diego is still has my recent favorites but boy this one is close.

We also had a Crux Gimme Mo which was really good but not close to the Bubble Wrap. It was a regular IPA. It was lower in ABV 6.2% and lower in IBUs around 50. Tasty but not after a superior brew.

For those of you who are planning a trip to Bend go to Crux. It’s within walking distance of the Old Mill area. A fun place to go when not in a pandemic. We had to go cans tonight. Per our friends the Old Mill area has been crowded this week. We arrived tonight.

Hoping to report on a Boneyard beer later on this week.
 

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I have liked IPA's for many years but am not a huge fan of the hazy ones or lots of citrus. I don't mind some citrus in my beer but many I have tried have too much citrus for my taste in a beer. Kind of like I'll eat mustard, but not on my ice cream... :)

My go to IPA's / American Pale Ales (in no particular order): Stone IPA, Sweetwater IPA or 420, Lagunitas IPA or Little Sumpin' Sumpin', Bell's Two Hearted, South Bound Hoplin' IPA (Savannah, GA) or Moon River Swamp Fox (Savannah, GA) . One of the few citrussy (and a little hazy) ones I can drink is Southern Barrel Damn Yankee IPA (Bluffton, SC).

Lots more craft beers I have tasted and enjoyed at breweries but most are difficult to find locally here on the island. I also like a good lager or pilsner depending on when I am drinking it / or with what food. For example, I'll sometimes drink a pilsner with lunch as it tends to be a little lighter and not as bitter as an IPA. That being said, we haven't been out a lot lately during the virus apocalypse...

Paul
 

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My current favorite is Sierra Nevada's Hazy Little Thing (Chico, Ca),
Tonight DW and I went to a restaurant (Mixx on Main on the island) we recently discovered that has great food, service and excellent socially distanced tables. Anyway, after reading the earlier posts, I tried a sample of the Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing on draft and was so impressed I ordered a glass. So, never say never and keep trying new things! Thanks for the suggestion!
 
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