In this video game blog, I am going to give my review on these three new Premium Deluxe Repo Work missions. This is my thoughts. You might have another views. Sorry, this is a little late. No one did reviews. They played in video from or talked about through the Newwire. I could be wrong. Let us get into this.
Under The Hammer
You have to steal cars from the police. I recommend that you use some kind of armor vehicle. It is really fun and you do it solo. There is going to be ongoing theme with all of these new missions. You will use a lot of ammo. I love the challenge of getting away from the cops once or twice. You can not call Lester to get cops off you. I like that they disable that feature.
Blow Up IV
This one you have to go to Import Export garage. You have been assigned to blow up every car in this garage. We are talking about the main floor to the basement. You do not have to worry about anyone coming into this place. Who does not like blowing up things? This is a really fun mission. You will be buying some ammo once done at least it is double money right now. I bet there will be hardly anyone playing this mission after the double money is over.
You are tasked to stealing the monster truck from the arena. This is a pretty fun mission. It is kind of hard to run over the set of cars that you need to blow up. I had to get out and blow them or throw bombs at the vehicles. It is simple and fun.
In closing, these three new missions are fun and gives you a nice challenge. You will make a nice profit this week. You will be using a lot of ammo to finish these missions. I say you spend money to make money, however, you will not make much money after double money is done. I believe like most contract missions. Players will stop playing them until the double money comes back. I can not wait until next five gets release. Until next play hard and party on!!!
In this new video game blog, we are going to get into new contract missions release on April 25th 2019 on GTA Online. I love doing the contract missions. I always love doing Simeon’s missions. I will have another blog to break down my thoughts on each of the missions. There is a total of eight new missions. List below are all the missions that were released today. I pulled the description from Rockstars Newwire.
Under The Hammer
Simeon’s received word that the La Mesa Police are hosting an auction of illicitly-acquired vehicles. They’re already hot, so stealing them again is probably a victimless crime, right? Boost the vehicles for your favorite Armenian auto dealer and receive a handsome reward for your efforts.
Blow Up IV
There’s a rival trader in town undercutting Simeon’s prices. But Mr. Yetarian always has an Ace up his sleeve – this particular Ace works at the competition’s warehouse and has “forgotten” to lock up for the evening. Head over to where the cars are stashed and convert them into junk metal for a tidy sum.
There’s an Arena War show happening outside the Maze Bank Arena. Simeon needs you to steal those monster trucks for him, then pay a visit to a couple of old friends.
In closing, this is first three new missions. They will be releasing more missions in the next few weeks. With our new DLC being delayed, I wonder if this is Rockstars way of giving us something or was this part of the new DLC. One of the missions has Arena War tie in it. I am just saying. I believe part 2 is around the corner. I try not to talk on the weekly events. I normally let the YouTubers do that. I believe this is a huge opportunity to make some money. These missions this week until May 1st are double money and RP along with CEO crates. I would if I was you get out there and start grinding crates. Take a break and check out these new missions. I have three large and two medium warehouses. I am looking to make about 15 million when full. Thanks for coming by so until next time. Play Hard and Party On!
In this blog, we are going to get into something that I saw on the Rockstar new feed this week. This will be a quick post.
Here is what I was talking about.
We’ve updated the Feedback section of the official GTA Online site to better serve as your one stop destination to share important gameplay experience feedback with us. Now with a new, easy-to-use interface and distinct categorizes for all aspects of the GTA Online experience, we hope you’ll continue telling us what you like, what you don’t like, and what you want to see in future GTA Online updates.
In closing, this is pretty interesting. This tells us GTA players online that we are going to get more DLCs in the future. Which is pretty cool. I would throw as much as you can at Rockstar. Tell them what you want and the bugs out there. We know what they are and how many. It is pretty rare when a game maker does this. I know they are doing this in Red Dead. What does this say about Red Dead Online? I know we knew that game was going to be a niche game as far as online game. You can agree to disagree with that statement. We will get into that in another blog. Thanks for coming by and I will see you soon.
In this beer blog, we are going to get into another beer from Avery Brewery. This beer is their flagship, which is White Rascal Ale. If you read my earlier beer blog posts on their beers, you know the history of this Mountain area craft brewery. If you have not, please, read them to get to know Avery Brewery. Let us get into this white ale.
It has a light yellow to strew white color with a white constant head. The smell has a lemon to citrus notes. The taste has a citrus to lemon refreshing notes with lemon like aftertaste. It is extremely drinkable beer.
In the end, I am not a fan of white and wheat beers. I do not know why I keep trying these beers. I guess I am hoping that I will like them. I did like them back in the day when I started in the craft beer world. I guess it is the side of me that loves trying beers that I never had and new ones. This beer falls in the beer that I never had. This one is not too bad. If I need something light during the summer days, I will pick this one up. I recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this winter beer blog, we are going to get into a beer from Avery Brewery. Avery Brewery started in 1993 in Colorado. Their first beer that was in package was their IPA. They started packaging in cans in 2010. They have won several awards throughout the years. They moved into their new brewery in 2015. Let us get into this English Strong Ale.
It has a clear amber color with an off white color head. The aroma has a sweet candy like notes. The taste has a sweet candy to malty notes with sweet malty aftertaste. It is not really drinkable beer.
Closing, I love this brewery. They make some great beers. I found them while living in the Chicagoland market. Since I moved back to Michigan, I have a hard time finding their beers. If I do, I have to look at the code date. If I find it fresh, I burn myself out. I buy and drinking them only for a while. That is a good thing. I like it. This is a great English Strong Ale. What I really like about this beer is they did not throw nutmeg or cinnamon. This beer is a different pace from the rest of the winter seasonals. I will search it out next year. I highly recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this beer blog, we are going to get into a beer from Beards Brewery. It is their Serendipity Porter. We will get into a little history and then into the beer. Beards Brewery was founded in 2012 by Ben Slocum and Peter Manthei in Petoskey, Michigan. Let us get into this porter.
It has a jet black color without a head on this porter. The aroma has a chocolate, coffee, and a slight smokey notes. The taste has a slight creamy chocolate with a smoke to coffee notes on the back end of the tasting experience. The aftertaste has some nice smokey notes. It is not really drinkable. It is one maybe two beers and move on to the next beer.
Exceptionally smooth with a pronounced chocolatey flavor and balanced sweetness. Subtle notes of cherry and smoke on the finish. Pairs well with desserts featuring peanut butter and chocolate, or a second glass of Serendipity
Ending, there is so many new craft breweries opening and entering the beer market. I believe it is hard for new craft breweries to do something different than the other breweries. It is a solid beer. I love it, however, it is not Great Lakes Fitz. I will buy Great Lakes’ Porter over this porter. I am not saying it a bad beer. It is a great beer and they did a great job. I can get Great Lakes Porter cheaper. I recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this beer blog, we are going to get into the first beer from Almanac Brewery on this blog. It is their San Francisco IPA. I will get you a short history and then break down this beer. Almanac Brewery started in 2010 by Jesse Friedman and Damian Fagan. The brewery is located in the northern part of California. Let us get into this IPA.
It has a cloudy bright golden color with a white constant head. The aroma has a citrus to grapefruit notes. The taste has a citrus to grapefruit notes with a dry hop bitter finish. It is pretty drinkable.
This West Coast IPA features an explosive aroma of citrus, tropical fruit and dankness from a blend of Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe, Hallertau Blanc and El Dorado hops. Intensely hoppy without overt bitterness, a light malt backbone balances this IPA, giving it a clean finish and making it a beer to be enjoyed again and again. Inspired by San Francisco but brewed to be enjoyed everywhere. Enjoy with super burritos, hangtown fry, and rich cioppino.
Our Fresh Beer Series delivers the best in farm fresh beer. Big flavors, bold yeast characters and huge hop aromas reflect our rich California agricultural bounty. Every beer is brewed, packaged and shipped with an eye towards maximum freshness. All of our Fresh Beers are designed to pair with a wide variety of cuisine—so enjoy a pour of The Golden State’s most flavorful beer.
In the end, I did not know anything about this craft brewery until it entered my state. Just like Ballast Point Brewery, the price point kills this beer. It is good but the price point is too high. There are some great IPA’s that have a lower price point. I get it. It is hard for smaller breweries to get their price down. It is also hard for breweries that have to ship their beers over multiple states. I recommend it because it is still a good beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this beer blog, we are going to get into another beer from Ballast Point. It is their Double IPA, which is called Manta Ray. If you read my earlier beer blog on their beers, you know the history of this California base craft brewery. If you have not, please, read them to get to Ballast Point Brewery. Let us get into this Double IPA.
It has a clear golden color with a white constant head. The aroma has a tropical fruit to slight grapefruit notes. The taste has a nice juicy grapefruit to slight tropical notes with a dry bitter hop finish. It is almost like grapefruit notes. It is kind of drinkable for the beer style.
This new IPA rises above the rest.
We’ve developed many IPA recipes in our R&D program, but right from the tank, our Manta Ray Double IPA was a winner. Aromas of fresh, citrusy tangerine, melon and light pine leap from the beer and linger over a smooth finish. Like its namesake, this brew can sneak up on you – a big beer without a bite.
Closing, I am not a huge fan of Ballast Point. They make great beer but the price is too high. I will try all the new beers that hit my market. I love trying beers that I never had it. I saw this beer and it was a no brainier. The tasting notes are just what I have been looking for from this craft brewery. They hit a home run. I love it. I will be picking up some more. I highly recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this fall beer blog, we are going to get into another beer from Buckledown Brewery. It is their Oktoberfest. If you read my earlier beer blog posts on their beers, you know the history of this Chicago base craft brewery. If you have not, please, read them to get to know this upcoming craft brewery. Let us get into this fall beer.
It has a slightly cloudy dark golden color to a light amber color with a white constant head. The aroma has a sweet malty to caramel notes. The taste has a light to sweet malty notes with a sweet caramel aftertaste. It is a pretty drinkable beer.
In the end, I am always looking forward to try new beers or beers that I never had. This beer was no different. I was in Chicago for the weekend and I stopped in one of my old liquor stores. I came across this can, which was Buckledown Oktoberfest. I like it. I am not a huge Oktoberfest fan but I will try new ones here and there. I will have to make a trip to Chicago next fall to get this beer. I highly recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
In this beer blog, we are going to feature a beer from Pipeworks Brewery. It is their flagship beer, which is Ninja Vs. Unicorn Double IPA. If you read my earlier beer blog posts on their beers, you know the history of this small and upcoming Chicago base craft brewery. If you have not, please, read them to get to know this Midwest craft brewery. Let us get into this double IPA.
It has a slight cloudy golden color with a white constant head. The aroma has a heavy grapefruit notes. The taste has a nice grapefruit to citrus notes with a dry hop bitter aftertaste. It is pretty drinkable for a Double IPA.
Here is a description from the beer bottle:
Ninja Vs. Unicorn celebrates the epic battle two of the biggest hop-heads of lore. Brewed with over five pounds of hops per barrel, this unfiltered double IPA is sure to please the most discerning hop lover. Whether you’re rooting for the mythical horned horse or the deadly assassin of the east, we hope you’ll enjoy Ninja Vs. Unicorn.
Ending, this is a great beer. I love the hops they use in this beer. It is pretty well-balanced for being a double India Pale Ale. There is a nice malty backbone but I kind feel it should be stronger. I can live with it. I have to say for a beer that is in 22oz bottle. It is well worth the price. I have always felt beers in 22oz bottles are not worth the price. To me, this one lives up to the price. I recommend you trying this brew. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/