Faithfull? I haven't seen it. Never saw Bitches Brew or Hellhound on My Ale, either. Probably too far north for those to matriculate my way.
Man, you must be from the south also saddened by the lack of Dogfish Head down here. I REALLY wanted that Bitches Brew. There was supposed to be a tasting of it at a local convenience store last winter but somehow the keg never showed up. Not surprised.
In the meantime, I am a big fan of Southern Star. Bombshell Blonde is my go to Roo brew. Buried Hatchet is also wonderful for a stout, not to mention in a can. I just can't justify bringing it into 100 degree weather out of fear of projectile vomit.
Good slate of college hoops tonight, Wisconsin/Purdue and Clemson/Boston College both start soon. My car is being used right now so I can't hit the liquor store, but I have a bottle of Andre champagne and some hawaiian punch that I'm thinking about mixing together. Anyone ever tried that? I also have some ginger ale, i just hate drinking champagne by itself.
Here's some early Genesis (Peter Gabriel vocals) for some sanity. It's a nice long track to get lost in. One of my favorite songs of all time, it's got several different themes and directions. Give it a whirl, it starts off kinda slow and melodic, then gets pretty cranked eventually, about 4:40.
Peter Gabriel said performing the peak of the song live was otherworldly. From the album Foxtrot, this is Supper's Ready.
10-29 - Arcade Fire 11/17 - Trevor Noah 11/18 - St. Vincent 12/2 - Rufus Wainwright 12/7 - Lindsey Stirling 2/11 - Black Rebel Motor Cycle Club 4/3 - Weird Al 4/4 - Weird Al Roo '06,'07,'09,'10,'11,'12,'13,'14,'15
I need to cross the border soon so I can get me some Dogfish Head again. They cut back their distribution a year ago due to overwhelming demand, and cut ties to Canada (and several states) for the time being.