Living only a few miles away from Olympia (Washington), that was some good beer back in the day. However, as all the jobs have gone white collar what with the Amazons, Microsofts, Boeings, Starbucks and Googles these days the official "Seattle Briefcase" is now a long rack of Vitamin R.Why didn't I think of this earlier!!!
Beer with a horseshoe and the words Good Luck on the can... you can't go wrong!
Would recommend the Costco beer too.
We consider these total crap around here. And i'm 3 miles from Costco corporate office (Issaquah, WA) and 5 miles from Kirkland, where their namesake brand is from (for no reason anyone around here can discern, it's a tiny little town of no manufacturing significance).
I'm with ya! My favorite is probably the Shiner Premium though my go to is Light Blonde in an effort to slow the growth of the beer bellyShiner makes some good beer. I prefer the Shiner Black Lager, but consume a bit of Prickly Pear too. Holiday cheer is good. My wife likes Ruby Redbird. The plain Shiner Bock is good but it goes down like ice tea. I'm three in before I even realize I'm drinking.
"Very NICE" In borat voice.. I'm sorry I'm not looking up the memeAnything from Sierra Nevada Brewing, went to school in Chico, met Ken Grossman through a buddy when he was brewing pale ale in his garage.
Oh...RTX 2080 Super HydroCopper x 2 in mine (still in build process) and no open containers in proximity
Always been an nvidia guy (the software I use recommends that way was well) I laugh because I noticed after the last software update that my computer is running slow at times (and fans are maxing out every once in a while). I really need to upgrade to a liquid cooled set up...Lol I prefer the alum millers but that is if I can't find any Michlbobs or Kentucky Bourbon Ale.
Also very nice, I was looking into one of those but landed on a 5700XT, I'm a AMD fanboy at heart.