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On the other hand, your typical Costco customer likes to buy things in bulk, as do many BCBS fans.
My surprise was not just that CostCo had access but more that they stocked such an item. Down in the Georgia/Carolina area I've never seen...
Your CostCo gets BCBS!!?
Ignorant on several counts, including the statement about European beers. Things are changing there too. One example: Delirium in cans.
The temp. is fine for long term storage and, for many beers, much closer to ideal drinking temperature than a standard fridge. It should also have...
Now available at Tower Package in Atlanta. Not a large supply, apparently. Roughly $24.50 (+ tax). In a world where $10 and higher bombers are...
That may mean Atlanta and SC.
Ballast Point Mango Even Keel
ABV = 3.8%; inexpensive; comes in a can; excellent flavor and aroma
A blind taste test is needed -- you sure you can tell the difference?
Well, that would be a different beer. Budvar is from the Czech Republic and the company has a long history of antagonistic relations with Anh. Busch.
If I lived in Calif. or North Carolina, I'd find this really difficult to answer. Here in SC, the answer is Westbrook -- they're strong on both...
Well, I'd want to be strong, rich and smooth, without being thick or stout.
Not sure what is appropriate; this is harder than "what animal ...?"
Information appreciated; thanks. I will seek this along with the other two new(?) Weihenstephaners I saw mentioned in the thread.
Thanks for the notice. I'll start looking for this [although I have had it on tap at the brewery twice].
I certainly don't think. Gender impartial or neutral? ... no. ... but I'm sure craft beer is NOT associated with widespread misogyny....
by volume, perhaps something like $8 for a small pour of a rare Belgian.
by bottle: nothing over $21 ... yet
Thirsty Dog Bernese Barleywine
Olde GnarlyWine - Lagunitas
sours ... unfortunately. As usual, too much beer or just about anything else too near to bedtime can also trigger this.
Hard to believe that (currently) 38% of respondents think paying full price for a 1/2 of the volume is to be expected. Did you (Todd and the...
Looking at some ratings, I find these good examples:
St. Ambroise Oatmeal Stout
Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar
North Coast Old Rasputin