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I'm still hooked and probably always will, but I can't drink them exclusively.
SN brews never disapoint, as long as the date is good.
I can only see doing this with high abv stouts and porters. Wish i had the self control to cellar beers.
The dates are almost always way to old in every store I've seen mix your own.
I love every brew I've had from them.
Here in Georgia I'd have to say Terrapin Hopsecutioner.
Snifters are best.
Almost always much higher. I'm 50 years old and remember well the days when the best beer you could get in 99% of the liquor stores and bars was...
I wish. I normally won't buy a pale ale or IPA without a date, but with stouts i dont care at all.
Iron City, out of Pittsburgh
Greens in Atlanta on Ponce
Just picked up a 12 of Sierra Nevada Celebration: great price, great brew.
Alcohol kills germs. It cleanses. It's natural and it's wholsome and it often tastes damn good.
Drinking some Red Hare Gangway IPA. Perfection.
Sam Adams Boston Ale, then Sweetwater 420.
Hell yeah it's still a great lager. It was awesome back in the day when it was the only good beer you could find without searching to hard, and it...
I see them all the time in Atlanta. I consume about 4, or 5, 4-packs a year. Great stuff
Founders Breakfast Stout
Monday Night Drafty Kilt
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
New Belgium IPA
Jailhouse Breakout Stout
Have your friend try Fat Tire. That's the one I always recommend to people curious about craft. They always like it.
I also wanted to say, great band.