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I'm really not going to have a lot of time while I'm there, so I'm trying to target a couple of destinations to use as hubs to explore. Is the...
I'll be there for all three. Coming in on Friday morning early and leaving Monday early. Staying on the Magnificent Mile, so if anyone knows a...
Gonna be a loooonnngg line the first few weeks that Trillium opens up again.
Just let us know when to line up, JC, and we will be there.
I think it's great that there is concern for the state of American Craft Beer, because beer has become very hip and cool and it's always good to...
I voted for RIS, but I wish they still made Pete's Wicked Winter in its original formulation.
And like all the forms of corporate consolidation that have happened over the course of American history, this concentration of power is being...
Sam Adams Boston Lager
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot
Pete's Wicked Winter
Wish I had enough outlets in my basement to get a fridge for my beers.
To me, the price gouging, small pour sizes and shutting out of an entire distributor from segments of the market are more damaging to the beer...
Trillium Fort Point Pale Ale
Firestone Walker Double Jack
Stone Russian Imperial Stout
Subject to change
Enough to piss my special lady friend off.
I can't say that I buy as much of their stuff as I used to, but man, that RIS is still one of the best and I really liked the Quadro Triticale and...
In no particular order
City Beer - SF
Amsterdam Cafe - SF
Blackback Pub - Waterbury, VT
Sierra Grille - Northampton, MA
Toronado - SF
Sorry , but something that's 4.2% shouldn't cost the same as something 6.8%. It's not about booze, it's about value.
IPA: Harpoon IPA in the late 80's.
Stout: Guinness in the late 80's
Imperial Stout: Stone RIS
Barleywine: 1994 SN Bigfoot - first big beer I ever...
Did the First Wave of Craft Beer crash because of shortages of materials or because there weren't enough people drinking their stuff?
Damn. That is a big mistake. We had a Parabola last year and followed it up with a DDBA, and I have to say that the DDBA held its own. Love...
HA! I was thinking the same thing. Scored a big bottle last night of the DIPA.
First sip--a Budweiser at about age four or five, which would have been about 1969 or '70. I asked for a sip to see why all the tall people were...