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Just got back from a Maine beer trip with friends- wonderful time. The people at the Maine (and a few New Hampshire) breweries couldn't have been...
I've never seen a brewery vary so much with each release. The last three beekeeper releases -
First - cloudy, dry, with medium hop finish
Peasant King it is. And the recent bee keeper looked like this. As did the recent orbital Elevator
Their last few releases have been super hazy, murky even. Maybe murkier than Tree house and trillium. Beyond orange juice, more like a smoothie....
their beers suck
nothing to see here...move on
Picked up a 4 pack today. Lately, all of the DIPAs I've had seemed too malty. This one is great, it doesn't look or taste like the SecondFiddles...
Lawson's Double Sunshine (spring, one of best batches ever)
Not as good, but I remember this day vivdly
Just cleaned out some of my JPGs and this one blew me away.
I think it was a Tree House Alter Ego.
How many people are you expecting?
Prettiest breweries I know of in Vermont are Hill Farmstead, Bent Hill (tiny but beautiful location) and...
saw Prospect cans in Healthy Living last night while waiting for the Pow Pow release at 5pm.
more like 10, they started selling a few minutes early :)
the cold definitely kept people away. i was there at 9:20 (40 minutes before opening)...
I need more of this fast
agree, triple sunshine didn't even sell out in the same day at hunger mountain earlier this year.
Goose island Bourbon Stout.
Raised in New York and Chicago. Fan of Islanders, Jets, Cubs, and DePaul. I can't believe one of my teams...
not sure. like all of the "flavored" stuff at Burlington beer company, the fruit is pretty subtle and dry. if i didn't know there was peach in...
I was disappointed with this at first, but it opened up a bit as it sat.
it was at 3pm today, don't know after that
Welcome. I'm just across the border in Vermont. Come on down to the Burlington area, you'll be glad you did.