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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by rockman0, Jul 15, 2017.
That's a winning combo.
Was it this thread I read you like your stouts and porters? The only mainstream black beer that they do is the 'Blacktop Oat Stout' which I really like. They have done some porters but these were/are a part of their small number batches. When/if Panhead starts popping up in the US I'm sure the Stout will be included; brewed and bottled a 20 minute drive from me
Yeah, I like porters and stouts. But right now I'm enjoying a Negro Modelo at a local watering hole.
Nothing like a little mead to get your medieval on!
Oooh me too!
How bout’ Beatty Broadaxe & beer?!
Fremont Interurban ?
I’m gonna guess you live in Washington state
I don’t know how far from the the NW they sell it but that beer is great!
About 20 miles from me. Although it might take an hour and a half to drive there.
Check out the top of page 5
It seems I’m in good company with several of you on the west coast!
Backwoods Brewing, 2018......
A Flint Edge Rafting with a Logtoberfest chaser!!
Cant go wrong there sir
Flint edge rafter...I have added it to the "need" list
Still a work in progress...no better time for a beer than quitin' time
Was a 28" Beaver Tooth hickory cruiser haft.
I think it will be 25"-26" when the hang is complete.
2 1/2lb Plumb Cruiser
Dungeness, Council Tool, and Knob Creek.
Thats the life.
You prefer single bucking with a 48-inch? I've used several of them, but I tend to prefer a 60-inch felling saw. I find that length great to single buck with and easy to double buck if needed. I'm currently rehabbing a really rusty 60-inch and a beautiful 72-inch. I'm eager to try single bucking with the latter too
The pileup of projects and the tool for making it all seem manageable. In case you can't read the label, that's the Cask Strength edition of the 12 year old, coming in at a sweet and subtle 58.2% ABV.