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At MDW & ORD, we thank you for you tax dollars. We need new revenue contributors. Welcome to IL(L) we're annoyed. Enjoy your $10 pint.
Too many pale ales are replaceable, give me an ESB <4% abv with bitterring hops and caramel malts and a case shows up on my doorstep weekly, I've...
You are better off eating whole grain bread... maybe a bowl of malt-o-meal for others.
I know, 30 pages of opinions...my today favorite is Chestnut AIPA. One Trick Pony brew pub in Lansing, IL.
I really appreciate the cacao nib bitterness in my favorite stout...
Lobster and beer, now that's a festival.
When one speeds up fermentation back pedal and bottle condition.
My wife approves of the following pours:
<4% abv: quart
4-7.25% abv: pint
7.26-15% abv: 1/2 pint
>15% abv: 1/4 pint
Thank you, my life has new meaning as a problem drinker. At least I invest my money wisely.
My three known namesakes bring a case when they stop for a visit. I taught them well.
To the OP, while I agree with your once in awhile style choice of amber/red ales, I only have one. Panama Limited. Unfortunately, it varies per...
Glassware and bottles when sitting and leaning. Cans when standing and moving about. Less breakage has been a result. % of time I guess at 67...
Economically/Hypothetically, if I was offered a # followed by six, 000,000, I would consider selling out/cashing in on dream.
To the OP, I'll let you know after Thanksgiving. Happy to give thanks to all the brewers out there. Cross that off my honey do list.
To the OP, I've been in a similar bar. High ABV beers in a 22oz vessel never ends well at a bar. At least they offer a 9oz option. Personally, I...
If I wanted bread, I will eat bread. I don't need to drink bread. Not a malt forward drinker here.
I agree, if it's the only thing that's clean, then please wear it proudly.
Less is more. Dump the 20 beer tradition. Unless 20 of you are bringing beer. I would suggest a coffee/chocolate/caffeine stout to keep me from a...
From the white sandy beaches in Blue Island, IL. The Blue Island Beer Company.
Geographically, Vermont has plenty of fresh water, land area close to the 45th parallel and sadly, the only state in New England my spouse has not...