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You're lucky. All depends upon where you are located I suppose.
NJ is a wasteland for local beer (with 2 or 3 notable exceptions).
You're totally wrong about that!
BOTTLE KING in Somerset has the Bock!
Technicaly, I guess you're correct. My cellar temp does vary seasonally, and 68°F is a high side estimate. The average temp down there is 58°F...
I recently had a bottle of the '88 and would agree....It held up remarkably well, and tasted tasted exquisite.
I also have multiple bottles of...
Exactly. Well said!
:rolling_eyes:I'm not so sure about that...
God...I hope that NEVER happens!
Kudos to SN for continuing to make a truly traditional holiday ale (like Anchor used to make ).
( I haven't...
What is a "hawt" beer???????
LOL. In my experience, that sentence actually describes the majority of "craft" beer.
Some of the local stuff????
I have found that _most_ local stuff is real shit.
This is the only advice that really makes any sense.
Sounds to me like you give too much credence to the medals.
So much of the so called "craft" beer sold today sadly lacks any semblance of "craft".
"Craft" beer is just an obsolete...
This. DEFINITELY this,
It's only beer, after all.
I haven't heard that...but that bit of news doesn't surprise me at all.
I use either a Tulip or a Nonic.... regardless of beer "style"... although for a barleywine, I will often use an oversized snifter (if I want to...
I feel pretty much the same way
...Except for River Horse's Pumpkin Ale...I had a few of those last year and thought it was pretty decent (thanks...
Good point...except that Brietbart and especially Infowars are what constitutes "fake news" ... they seem to peddle more "fake news" than just...