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Limited options here in TN, but on days when I wouldn't want sours (Yazoo), I'd take Smith&Lentz.
Definitely second the Live Oak recommendation.
8, with 2 Russian River sours aging. And some Maine beers coming this way in the mail, I think.
Hard living in the Beer Desert of...
Basing this on beers I can actually get:
Wicked Weed - for IPAs and sours
Founders - porters and stouts
New Belgium - for their wide array of beers
This. Just back from Asheville and wish I'd brought home way more of it. Both it and Freak of Nature are so good, and in different ways that...
Anybody know a rough timeframe for when I can get some Two Hearted without having to drive to Kentucky?
I would probably move to a different state, honestly, but if I couldn't, probably Yazoo.
My last Grapefruit Sculpin from a birthday box from my sister in CA (along with two PtE, but they're long gone). Can't bear to take a picture of...
Living in the beer desert of Tennessee, I could probably list 50 beers here, but here are a rough top five, in no particular order:
Craft Brewed posted a bottle of it on their Instagram account a few days ago - don't know if they still have any in stock.
Haven't had a lot of them living in the beer desert of Tennessee, but I really enjoy Pliny the Elder, Sculpin, Racer 5, the Stone Enjoy By series.
Saw a kid in NYC ask for a gluten-free beer at the Amsterdam Ale House; bartender handed him a bottle of what I assume what was Omission. Kid sat...
Like many others, I'll have an Enjoy By following a morning 5k, then maybe some nicely aged Saison de Lente to go with hot dogs in the afternoon.
Excited about it, too - it often seems TN is a black hole of distribution for many breweries. I looked at a few on seekabrew.com and was amazed...
High school science teacher and coach.
Visited Kona Brewing in Kona (duh) while on vacation in Hawaii.
Yep, as the OP suggests, Sorachi Ace 4-pk for $9.99 - same price as the bomber. Way better deal.