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Lately it's been a rotation among:
Mayflower Summer Belgian (3.8% abv)
Smuttynose Hayseed saison (3.8% abv)
Notch Pils (4.0% abv)
Yeah, a bit hoppier than the House Lager, with a less pronounced malt presence. If it were available all the time I'd probably drink the House...
Hey wow, a collaboration between Jack's Abby and NEBCo! It may be a bit hoppy for a helles but it's certainly a solid and tasty lager.
I'm sure it'll be good though.
Sounds like a thunderstorm's rolling into Boston so I figured I'd better steady my nerves with a pint. Hey, it's the topaz variant on Night...
I'm a bit surprised they or (2 of 3) held up so well; I didn't notice when the brewer began using the new labels but I don't think I've seen the...
Hey hey, for an IPA that's newly tweaked for every canning, Night Shift Morph remains consistently worthwhile. And this latest iteration (canned...
I've consistently preferred Tree House to Trillium beers but I never mention it because nobody cares.
Being in Massachusetts, if you think your non-craft pals won't be put off by Belgian yeast, you might consider Mayflower's "new" summer seasonal,...
I too really like this stuff. It's a real quencher with a surprisingly substantial body for a 4.5% brew.
Heh. First thing I noticed looking at your domestics was the bottle of Jack D'Or (RIP Pretty Things), and then the fact that your Mystic bottles...
I'd guess pretty much every brew produced in the UK will be changing its labels.
Nice to see Von Trapp's pils in fifth place.
Any New Englander keen on more trad takes on Austro-German lagers should check out this brewery.
I'm thinking they probably won't be releasing it this year.
Over the past year or so they've introduced the new quarterly Harvest series and, per...
No coast to define them.
As someone who lives in New England, I wish I had access to Surly and Toppling Goliath and Bells.
I don't know enough about beer to say why, but some very tasty brews seem best in ones and twos and others become better with each successive one.
I don't like beer reviewers on YouTube who appear to be happier and more affluent than I am. If they compound that by being handsome I cough up blood.
I'm guessing I'll really like this beer and won't consider it a pils at all.
Happy Wednesday, folks. Nice day for an afternoon pils. Say, here's one now.
Ahhhhhh, nice. Cheers!
Lawson's Double Sunshine