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Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by genuinedisciple, Mar 29, 2013.
What would you recommend?
Anderson's (any of them) and Marino's.
Shhhhhhh Andy..I have not made it down there yet..lol
Middle ground is in the Maumee Bay Brewing complex. Two birds, one stone. And Matt's a great guy.
Andersons Market in Sylvania.
If you go to Marino's, be sure to check best by dates. They have a ton of stuff but I don't think a lot of it moves quickly. I have seen some really old stuff there before so be careful.
andersons is your best bet.. and if you're going there it doesn't hurt to stop in josephs beverage center that is literally down the street to the right 30 seconds.
same with andersons.. i love the place but last time there i seen ipas damn near 5 months old.
Thanks guys, all set now. Anderson's contacted me, and the guy seems awesome, so I'll start there.
yea the customer service at andersons is second to none.. always super friendly/helpful at andersons.
hope you find a few nice things.. ( i know you will )
also want to add in that andersons is THEE place to go for some cheese. if anyone is looking for cheese as well as beer in toledo then andersons is the place to go.
they will also let you sample ANY of the cheese they have before you buy it.
Ryan you bringing some of those goodies you pick up to Shawn and I's bottle share at the black party?
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