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I was pleasantly surprised to find their beers in a local supermarket. Unfortunately there was no date on the box so I put it back on the shelf....
For the tax geeks among us:...
Interesting that they didn't mention Orval in the article.
And Barrier also
Love the Pipeworks labels.
Barrier Brewing in Oceanside Long Island and Pipeworks Brewing in Chicago have great labels. They should be added to the list for consideration.
I finally found Allagash in 16 oz, cans. :slight_smile:
Surprise of the evening, looks like 3 Floyds is now available in NY.
I wasn't aware that South Africa had imposed a dry lockdown. Ouch!.
Interesting to see how they are coping and improvising....
"Some bars and clubs say they won’t reopen until social distancing guidelines are withdrawn, citing the cost of operating with fewer...
An Irish Red. Actually two Irish Reds.
Sadly, for many of us, this has been our lot lately:
Video interview with the CEO of Boston Beer Co. about hard seltzer from today's Wall St. Journal. I must confess though, I've never even tasted...
First a beer from Ireland, now the UK.
Found this in NJ over the weekend.
Last time I had it was at the Ginger Man in NYC - how I miss that place. :slight_frown:
I was somewhat surprised when I saw the headline in the Wall Street Journal today.
When the apocalypse came, Americans bought Bud Light.
This is a bad flu. Media makes it sound like everyone that gets this is going to die. Mortality rate is 1% to 2% and that 1% to 2% is comprised of...
A Pilsner with a Belgian twist to it. Won't be an Idyll day though...
I just look at the #'s. Mortality rate of those getting it is 1% to 2%, it will probably be lower once all the #'s are in. Well over 95% of that...