A song by Lamb of God, Black Label Society and Johnnie Walker, all true.
A trip to Perth's International Beer Shop a few years back saw me pick up several wonderous beers, and a can of UK-brewed Carling Black Label. It was so unspeakably bad I tipped it down the sink; for wasting beer goes against my ever moral fibre. Thankfully this was not "beer".
I wonder if the Canadian version tastes better. But then when I think of Canadian beer, I think Dieu de Ciei.
I like a touch of ambiguity in my chosen usernames.
As someone who aspires to live by independent means by way of food & beverage writing, such metaphorical comparisons make infinitely more sense to me than graphs ever could.
LOL you got me with a red wine tonight. It's not beer, but I was in the mood for a little class and it was too late to hit up the beer store (where I'll go tomorrow).
Speaking of metal, let me tell you something. If you can get your hands on Lowgazers by Plebeian Grandstand, or Asylum by Abest, you will be in Hog Heaven. They make the 846's go to their full extent.
EDIT: also, unfortunately, I had to go back to the uncomfortable Westone TRUE-FIT because they really do sound better to me. Maybe it's in my head, but the sound just seems so much fuller and complete. Maybe the increased isolation does it. I just know that coming out of my tablet (my laptop's output died :C ) it made a significant difference psychologically.
Edited by SomeGuyDude - 6/20/14 at 8:35pm