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Where I got mine :-)
What part of KY? I'm up in the northern nub of the state and picked some up a couple weeks ago.
Kinda sad I missed out on some of these. Sounds like a lot of good memories had by many.
My Grandpa fell back on that this weekend. Let him try Old Chub. "Tastes like Guiness" o_O Say whaaaaaaaaat?
Did he at least try any of it? I know I'd want to know what I just spent the money on :)
Sorry if this is a killed topic, I tried a few searches and scanned a few pages and didn't see it.
So, I'd spent some time in Cork years back...
This changes too much. Started stout, went lager for a bit, came back to ale via IPA and currently I'm in the middle of an imp stout kick.
If you had asked me about a couple weeks ago, I'd have said Oskar Blues or Founders. But, 3 Floyds has assertively taken the crown for me. I...
Nope. Got a new 6 gallon carboy and a banjo burner thought :D
Agreed. Pretty let down by it.
Definitely Edmund Fitzgerald without a doubt. Blackout and Burning River are very much worth a go. Dortmunder Gold isn't too shabby either.
Just had this little discussion with a waiter tonight.
It's been a good night with the family.
I didn't facepalm so much as throw it back. I was in the beer cave checking over the craft section. Dude walks in, grabs a jumbo case of miller...
Looking at the two, I'd lean towards the Craft a Brew one. Looking at the two, it has a rubber stopper for the jar rather than a screw cap. In...
I joined in 2012, so that puts me at risk of pissing off myself. Does that make it ironic? Oh, GOD! What have I done?!
Do you mean the kit with all the ingredients, or the kit with all the hardware (fermenter, tubing, racking cane, etc.)?
Assuming we get any here (and I'm hoping so, since we get Founders) I'll be picking it up. Might be the first time I let something age.