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Did you poop your pants? He pooped his pants guys...
Doubt you want to use that with regularity on your hands :astonished:
Locally, I see a lot of breweries acknowledging they have to do something. When all is said and done, hundreds of thousands of people will have...
Yes, this is SARS-CoV-2. So it is by exactly by definition SARS 2.0, no basically about it. It is another strain of the same Coronavirus,...
I was saying more of a NEIPA to illustrate how different it is from Second Fiddle (def not NEIPA imo)
First canning into distro but posts above confirm it’s been available on site at venues.
I’m sure they will but Tree House and the like will have more than enough local demand to get the beer to locals.
Like when they cooked all the food they had in stock at Fort Point and provided it to Boston Rescue Mission and Winter Walk?
It’s where they will hide the beers from the older batches. 3 week old IPA’s - blecccccch!
No Second Fiddle is not a double version of Fiddlehead IPA. Fiddlehead is more of a NEIPA than Second Fiddle is.
Does anyone ever really praise Trillium on this thread?
A now shuttered brewery that makes the same beer from honeydew melons.
If this was Treehouse with the same parameters, the heavens would sing in harmony. Alas, it’s Trillium so they are low down rotten scoundrels...
Looks like some sealing issues, so not actually issues with the beer itself. Would be pretty big news if whole batches were totally off. Sorry...
This - it only matters to some people in certain cases for whatever reason.
Heard it was the Bildeberg Group.
Think he’s got you back on ignore fam.
Need to thin out the herd a bit and maybe try some new BA Stouts/Porters/Barleywines. Only a few specific ISO’s, others breweries I would like...
What does it mean that people are having a hard time finding a consensus on a good WC IPA in a New England breweries thread?