Kevin Trudeau to Run For Congressional Office?

I’ve heard KT talk about this before, but it’s rather exciting to think about. Ron Paul, Ran Paul and the few good men in office right beside Kevin Trudeau? I believe in essence he would push these already hero’s of the republic to an area of exposing the government that they never knew they could do before. The ENERGY and JEDI like skill Kevin has over his reality is something to behold and it will be felt in Washington. I wholeheartedly agree with his idea and encourage the effort that is being created!

To give you a glimpse of this from his own words I would recommend listening to Feb 5th radio broadcast at KTradionetwork.com or better yet just use this link:

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/12458926

Today, Kevin reveals the real reason why everything is censored in America and what the drug companies are doing to keep you hooked on their drugs. Plus, get the truth behind crop circles and secret society rituals. Self Help: Increase Testosterone Levels Improve Your Education Further Your Training Ask And It Is Given The Only Answer To Cancer Health: McDonald’s Burger 14 Years Later Hair Growth Drug Confirmed To Have Sexual Side Effects Nestle Unveils New Health-Oriented Strategy Dad’s High Fat Diet May Cause Diabetes In Daughters Idiot Researchers Suggest Viagra For Young Boys Wealth: Top U.S. Incomes Grew to a $519 Million Average New Antidepressant Maker Has Wall Street Excited Google Using Income Shifting Techniques NWO: Juan Williams: I Was Fired For Telling The Truth

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Samichlaus Classic Malt Liquor – Review

These ratings and statements are purely my own, of course with beer or even foods, some people will love it, and others will not. So the best way to really know, is to try it. I will though offer you an idea of beers to stay away from, mostly because of the lack of quality from the brewers.

Brewer Rating: A+

Beer Rating: A

Notes: Upon opening this delicate masterpiece a swift aroma of maple and oak
tingle the senses. The head is light and clears quickly. The head that is left is a sweet bubble foam that is like drinking the head off of real root beer. Then quickly the taste goes from this maple and oak to a sweet bite of bitterness
which is quickly taken back over by the warmth and sweetness of the sugars
in this beer.

One beer is usually enough from the alcohol content and the hops to make you
feel warm upon finishing this brewing work of art! Highly suggested.

Also suggested Warmed on the stove to a tea’s temperature.

Bottle:

Samichlaus Classic

Malt Liquor 11.2 FL. Oz
Alc. 14% by Vol.

Castle Brewery Eggenberg
Product of Austria

Brewed only once a year on December 6th. Samichlaus is aged for 10 months before bottling. This specialty is perhaps the rarest in the worl. Samichlaus may be aged for many years to come. Older Vintages become more complex with a creamy warming finish.

 

 

Rogue – Chocolate Stout – with natural Chocolate flavoring added

These ratings and statements are purely my own, of course with beer or even foods, some people will love it, and others will not. So the best way to really know, is to try it. I will though offer you an idea of beers to stay away from, mostly because of the lack of quality from the brewers.

Brewer Rating: A+

Beer Rating: B+

Notes:

I gotta give this a B+ for the fact that they didn’t brew in the actual flavoring of this Chocolate Stout, but for over all flavor and depth it’s got it still.

Bottle:

Ingredients: Northwest Harringon & Klages, Crystal 135-165, and Beeston Chocolate Malts;  Cascade Hops, Rolled Oats and Roasted Barley, Natural Chocolate Flavoring, Free Range Coastal Waters & Top Fermenting Pacman Yeast. No Chemicals or Preservatives.

Dedicated to Sebbie Buhler A Rogue Original

Ebony in color with a rich creamy head. An earthy flavor of oats and hops that gives way to a rich chocolate truffle finish.

15* Plato 69 IBU 77AA 135.45*L

Rogue – Kells Irish Style Lager

These ratings and statements are purely my own, of course with beer or even foods, some people will love it, and others will not. So the best way to really know, is to try it. I will though offer you an idea of beers to stay away from, mostly because of the lack of quality from the brewers.

Brewer Rating: A+

Beer Rating: A

Notes:

I first grew up drinking Michelob lagers – I first got my taste for lagers when they came out with the Honey version. It was excellent. But as my taste grew out of the box I soon realized Michelob kind sucked and over all lagers we’re not entirely my favorite beer because of the lack of flavor brewers allow into their beer, because of the certain audience they sell too.

That’s why I thoroughly enjoyed Kells Irish Style Lager – I give thanks to those drunken Irish who really know what flavor means in a beer. This beer gave a fantastic array of flavor and even a depth in the liquid – something commonly not found in lagers. I give this one an A for sure!

Bottle:

7 Ingredients: Great Western Pale, Crystal-15, Wheat & Acidulated Malts; Sterling Hops, Free Range Coastal Waters & Czech Pils Yeast.

NO CHEMICALS, PRESERVATIVES, or ADDITIVES.

Irish Style Lager with a smooth mellow flavor and an apple crisp finish.

Samuel Smith Old Brewery Tadcaster – The Famous Taddy Porter

These ratings and statements are purely my own, of course with beer or even foods, some people will love it, and others will not. So the best way to really know, is to try it. I will though offer you an idea of beers to stay away from, mostly because of the lack of quality from the brewers.

Brewer Rating: A

Beer Rating: B+

Notes:

Porters have always been a favorite right behind Stouts, they are kind of a subtle kick in the mouth. If you happen to have a Porter and a Stout I always recommend drinking the lighter of the two, for if you go from a dark to a lighter, you will not be able to appreciate the disinct flavor of the second beer.

The Taddy Porter is a medium in strength – so it’s nice to relax to. Or better yet nice on a hot day.

Bottle:

Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster) N. Yorks, England

Avery – The Czar Imperial Stout 2007

These ratings and statements are purely my own, of course with beer or even foods, some people will love it, and others will not. So the best way to really know, is to try it. I will though offer you an idea of beers to stay away from, mostly because of the lack of quality from the brewers.

Brewer Rating: A+
Beer Rating: A-

Notes:
I always enjoy a good stout and Avery has done a good job creating this beauty. Being a Imperial Stout you really get kicked in the mouth with FULL stout flavor.

Bottle:
For years, we’ve wanted to brew an Imperial Stout, a really, really, big one. Here it is! Behold the stunning crimson hues through the inky blackness. Inhale the noble Hallertau hops and floral. Savor the flavors, redolent of English toffee, rich mocha, sweet molasses, candied currants and a hint of anise. This tyrannical monster is ready to liberate now, but we highly recommend cellaring additional bottles, as The Czar will continue to mature and become denser and more complex with age.

Brewed with pure Rockey mountain spring water, imported malted barley, German Hallertau hops, and English yeast.

Black Cauldron – Imperial Stout – Thank Women For BEER!

Brewing has been women’s work since the dawn of civilization. In all acient cultures, beer was a gift from a goddess, and women maintated status and power through their skills as brewsters. This remains true today in indigenous cultures from Asia to Latin America, Africa to remote villages in Scandinavia. Around the world, women baked bread and brewed their own beer.

In Europe, the rise of cities brought commerical brewing, as governments realized the potential tax revenue to be had from large breweries. By 1445, the first all male brewers’ guild was established, the campaign against witchcraft burst forth across Europe, and the purge of women from brewing had begun. Beer historian Alan James has written that, when an occupation was listed, most of the women burned for witch craft in Europe were brewsters or alewives.

Most of the imagery we associate with witchcraft today originated with the brewster. The large black cauldron bubbling over with foam? A brew kettle, of course. The black cat? Necessary to keep rats out of the grain store. The tall pointed hat? It allowed the brewster to be seen over the heads of taller men in marketplace. A broom? The symbol of household domesticity, it is still associated with brewing all over the world.

We’ve brewed Black Cauldron Imperial Stout to recongize and honor the brewster. Without the work of these women through the ages, it’s entirely possible beer would not exist today. To learn more about the role of women in today’s brewing industry, visit:

http://www.pinkbootssociety.org

for more on the history of brewing:

http://www.grandtetonbrewing.com

– FYI, Colorado has some of the best breweries in the WORLD…. It’s awesome living here! –