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I mistakenly purchased a bottle of this thinking it was the regular RIS. As I loath and detest the taste of anise, I let it sit in my fridge since...
It WAS a community. Once.
Just finished a 32 oz growler. Bottles are suppose to (finally) show up here this week.
What I have noticed is of late is that more and more restaurants and bars do have beer menus.
If you like it, it IS the best.
Summer, closely followed by spring and fall. Winter seasonals are the only ones I eagerly await.
No, but in the case of a tie between possible destinations beer is always the tie-breaker.
It will. I've ordered more times than I can remember and never any problems. The customer service is also top notch.
You left out: "Not as good as last years. Again"
Pulled Grand Teton's Sheep Eater Scotch Ale out of the cellar not too long ago
Boy, was it...
It's really not shocking at all. Shocking was discovering Tilapia as an ingredient in Greek Yogurt.
Wine and Cheese Place appears to have it in stock: http://www.wineandcheeseplace.com
I won't argue with that, but I want my McEwan's as well! Two of my early favorites.
Alaskan Smoked Porter. I used to get my fix via Belmont Station, until they stopped shipping. I started looking for an alternate source and ended...
You owe it to yourself to try it at least once. Here's hoping it is a faithful re-creation of the McEwan's of old.
I'll try the beer first, then the t-shirt.
OV splits were an important part of Upstate NY college and beer experience as well.
Damn straight. It's kind of sad and pathetic that so much is attention is being paid to what should be common practice. Oh right, this is the...
People don't sew American flags patches on their backpacks when they travel abroad for safety reasons. In case you haven't noticed, we are...
A friend and co-worker of mine, who never drank during his first 51 years, started drinking beer last year. He set a goal of 1000 different beers...