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Clown Shoes recently released The Barista, a brown ale with espresso and oatmeal as a year-round offering. Should be pretty easy to track down....
Always liked their porter. Actually other than their summer I've been a fan of all their seasonals.
Had a Ten Fidy canned on 10-31-14. Under that it said "Fidy Kreuger"
I think Brooklyn Black Ops has a very wispy fluffiness to it. But I don't think it's worth the price
I'll second Citra Sunshine Slacker from Evil Twin. I'm usually not a fan of session IPAs but this one did it for me.
Kirsch Gose for me because I don't really care for cherries but this was just right in my book. Behind that, Mission gose
Iconic or not that baby creeped me out. I won't miss it. I must be un-Amurican because I find Rockwell's work to be more than a little offputting
Lagunitas Citrusinensis (or whatever) was the most recent for me.
Resin and Little Sumpin Sumpin were the beers that got me into hoppy beers. Still love both breweries, especially Sixpoint's...
Had no problem getting a case for my store about a year and a half ago. Sold the last bottle a few weeks back. My rep offered to send me another...
...or just Seven Seas of Rye
Wouldn't it be Rye Your Mother Down?
Only happened to me once. Shipyard Blue Fin Stout. Probably did me a favor.
Should be good
I'm excited even though I thought the last collab - with Ommegang - was lackluster. I probably would have liked it if I didn't hold it up against...
Luchador en Fuego was delicious. And I liked Oro Negro more than Xocoveza personally.
In Mass I've seen it at $15.99
Actually just had one from the same batch. Loved it.
Prices are based on case cost. Most that are available in Massachusetts are imports. Others are limited releases like Weyerbacher Riserva. I won't...
I'm over the "session" stuff. Actually I was pretty much done with it when it started. The "session" barleywine was funny but enough's enough.