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The beer I just poured is full of unappetizing-looking flecks floating around in there. I assume this is due to age: the bottom of the can reads...
Mad Fox Leaded.
Caboose Brewing in Vienna.
I saw Sierra Nevada Summer Ale in stores when there was still snow on the ground. And I live in VIRGINIA.
Happy hour specials advertised as "all domestic drafts" for $3 or $4 . . . then somehow it turns out that Delaware is apparently a foreign country...
Rustico in Ballston, VA.
25 cents, wow.
I had forgotten about Schlitz; southdenverhoo's post reminded me of that brewery essentially committing suicide in the late...
what would normally be on tap? Just Bud and Miller? I know Christian Heurich Brewing closed sometime in the sixties. Were there Natty Boh taps...
Because that entry looks like a mistake to me.
Three or four per day, four days a week (except for ABV >8.0 when I limit myself to two a day, such as right now with Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Extra).
Case of Coors, $13.99 at Harris Teeter. 58 cents each, can't beat that without a time machine.
At home, I always drink out of a World of Beer 100 Club mug.
Pilsner Urquell in Prague, September 2007. I had been a teetotaller up till that point, but I was in Bohemia, I was about to turn 40, and I...
Port City in Alexandria, VA. Their Porter is terrific.
This one makes it look like a nonalcoholic chocolate soda.
Chocolate ale? At 9.3%?? Suddenly I want to try this, orgy or no orgy.
Can't get Schlitz in the DC area. Total Wine's website doesn't list it.
My namesake was a 12th century minstrel in Germany.
Most of the liquid he drank must have been beer, right? Maybe he even brewed it himself or...
But it doesn't open until 5! grr.