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Typically it tastes like a really good kolsch.
TBH, I drank so much of it last year that I haven't started missing it.
40, 50, same shit
Because we are already awash in 50 IBU pilsners?
Because they don't do 4x16's?
No, Two Women (my favorite year around NG beer) is most definitely not a pilsner. If I were to compare it to German beers I'd call it a festbier...
I kinda do. Like last week I grabbed a 12-pack of local Octo discounted to $6.49, dated by 3/1. It drinks fine and I like it better than my fall...
You should stop by my local Costco where domestic "variety" packs typically have at least 3 IPA's.
I saw a 24-pack at Costco, and was interested for a second, but I really, really did not want to drink another 6 Boston lagers, so I passed.
Since I don't drink IPAs, stouts and such it's not difficult at all.
Yeah, why don't we find out? I have no problem with setting a couple of bottle aside.
Like MOD, you mean? No, thanks.
I believe it was the other way around.
I've recently learned that this is a fairly common result of mixing IPA with breakfast cereal.
The side panel still says Honey Bock, but I find that they are generally not big on nailing the nomenclature.
Well, duh, low IBU European-style lagers for $7.50 for 6-pack of bottles. Bottles! That sure ain't craft brewing as I know it.
That's exactly what I thought after the first bottle of Fat Squirrel.
Dang! That's what it was! I was like "why does my breakfast taste like an artisanal mixture of 5 hand selected hops?"
Swung by Kenosha Woodman's on my way from skiing a few days ago. Picked 6-packs of Two Women, Cabin Fever (it's out and even better than I...
If you can tell 2 day from 2 month dunkel without looking at the date - sure, and more power to you.
It's a freaking dunkel, not sushi.