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I've been there at noon on the weekend and it was basically empty. There's also a lot of outside seating (picnic tables, etc.) so I'm sure you...
At HHC, there were barrels already filled. Brew 2000 in chalk on the side. I asked about it. A barleywine, I was told.
You could come with 10 mules and a funnel and get 10 pours of 6oz and one 3oz pour.
It'd be $84, plus tip, though.
It was still on tap as of 4pm.
Hey, there's plenty of people who prefer to drink in their own homes (for various reasons). I do a fair amount of it myself, but I do manage to...
I think Chucks 85th still had a de Garde behind the counter last I checked. It could be gone, but they have plenty of other bottles—at either...
Mine were as well, when I lived closer.
It's just a great store, period. (Not just beer.)
We still drive a little further once in a while to shop...
I just thought this thread was a bunch of talk about Matlock or whatever.
He's a solid guy. I think he can handle a laugh.
I heard it was bottled on Thursday.
Well, the first Rusty Nail was only differentiated by its wax and skulls. The label still said First Nail. (That said, it's not on shelves anywhere.)
Think that's the Yard House? (Or something.) The Yard is up near 85th and Greenwood.
I kinda forgot that happened...
Event was great, as predicted.
Assigned a room/time for a 2012-2015 KDS vertical tasting. Tasting was a bit rushed ~25 minutes to get through 4...
It's about the environmentally friendly truck delivery today. (HORSE)
Kinda makes me want some popcorn, though.
An interesting question for us here in Seattle.
I doubt it's exactly the same, but it sure reminded me of it.
I found it a lot like the Citra Bellingham Beer Week beers of years past. Pretty nice. Pity I couldn't hang around for a bottle or two.