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Picked some up at Hazels in Boulder today
Not Denver only, I got some in Boulder. Not sure about South though.
Breck and Frisco are only 15-20 mins away from each other. You would easily be able to do things in one town while staying in the other.
100%. I decided to pass on the noche and grab one of the Voodoo Bottles. Can't justify ~$50.
I believe they are no longer distributing DIPAS/Goos so you won't be able to find either of them. As for stores, I don't have any recs.
Hazel's has 12-packs as well
Not sure if this is /s or not but a lot of people are working from home right now with increased flexibility. If this was /s then ignore me.
Big fan, bought two 4-packs.
most coffee is added during/post fermentation in the form of dry beaning (whole/cracked/ground) or cold-brewed (very popular)
This quote is talking about oxidation right? So another consideration is the DO levels and overall canning quality. 4 * ~0 is still a very small...
I think there is a wild ale also, just takes longer.
This glass is like thedaveofbeerofglasses
Not my photo:
That's a pretty ugly glass
Big fan of Perm 6.53 Has a lot of Russian River style IPA going on.
I drink way more lagers/pilsners than IPAs these days after drinking mostly NEIPA for a couple years and I know a lot of other people that do to.
3 Floyds is typically abbreviated FFF
I see cans around Somerville fairly often (I know that’s not draft)
Probably ‘The Standard’, that’s the Czech Pils they’ve had on recently
Yea, that website sucks. It's pretty, but it is super slow and has info hidden behind multiple clicks all over the place. Also, definitely can't...