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It is always sad when a brewpub closes - even if one has not been there in years. (Visited the Cambridge, Massachusetts, location in 2004.)
Pandemics make people snippy.
Surprised that any new businesses is being opened during these challenging times.
Let me put in a good word for True Respite in Rockville; they have a nice little taproom in an industrial park and attract a gratified crowd of...
Love me some of that Kloster Andechs Dunkel, fresh from the barrel.
I have enjoyed many great beers that are not on that list. Whatever....?
I like to keep a record of the beers I have tried. Of course, there are never enough.
I miss the Black IPA, one being Firestone's Wooky Jack.
Reading posts such as "won't go outside, until they have a vaccine" makes me laugh. God, what a nation of nancies we have become. The fear mongers...
There is no public health exception to the First Amendment. Using your precedent, the state could infringe on our right to assemble in the event...
I will ignore the fear and hysteria and return to the loving bosom of my local pub once our "great Governor" deigns that his unwashed masses are...
Yuengling survived Prohibition by making soda. Perhaps, these small brewers can use their facilities for something else?
There is a site called Biermi.
Check the site Biermi, which consolidates several breweries that will deliver. Not every state is covered.
Munich is an excellent destination. In any case, you'll be free of the tourists and the price hikes.
Since Oktoberfest is kaput, I would recommend Starkbierzeit, when the local breweries offer their strong beer - about 9% abv. It occurs in March,...
They say that cockroaches would survive a nuclear war. In a similar vein, why wouldn't Iron City survive a beer pandemic. It's too evil to die!
The first time this has been canceled since that little dust-up back in the forties.
And they have cancelled Oktoberfest. [Sigh]
Not sure how this relates to my comment. But.... whatever.