Having a chill out Saturday night, so drinking a Maredsous Blonde 6%. The other day had their Tripel which I enjoyed a lot, so thought I'd try this one out. And reading Iron or The War After, a pretty little book published by Archaia.
I started to like beer 2 years ago, and the ones I like are Kirin, Blue Moon, and a Belgian one that I can not remember, it sounded like a woman's name?
But for some reason I can not read while drinking beer! Maybe its just me that is like that?
X-Poster of the Month: January 2009
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A little Mirror Pond with JLA Deluxe Edition, vol 2.
I didn't think much of the first volume, but this one is much better. Love the Darkseid storyline. I'm a sucker for alternate future plots.
This book was on my lost for quite some time, so its great to get around to reading it: Corto Maltese - The Ballad of the Salt Sea. Drinking a beer on the side I've never heard of before but was sitting in the supermarket so I thought I'd try it out. It's a Dutch 7.5% tripel from the town of Egmond called Sancti Adalberti. Tastes pretty good, a little flowery if that makes sense.
corto maltese has been on my want list for quite some. post your thoughts on it when you get a chance.
what are you gonna be drinking with that sharaz-de in the corner ; )
SPACE FOR RENT!
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European Comics thread (yes I'm going to quote myself here ):
As for Sharaz-De, I haven't read it yet, but I think that's something I'll best appreciate with a glass of ugh Lindemans Pinot Noir ugh.
Tonight it'll be Alliance of the Curious with a la Chouffe (again). 'Cause damn is that some tasty stuff!!
Rogue Irish Lager with Batman/Deathblow: After the Fire, which I just picked up today after work. :) I really do enjoy Bermejo's artwork.