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Peach Fred has always tasted fine time me (at least after they got the chunks out of it). Are you sure you don't mean Apricot Fred which was the...
I had it and thought it was pretty good. I remember it having a lot of barrel character but not whole lot of smoke flavor.
The November release will be Pannepeuch Reserva.
They are open on Tuesdays.
These guys carry Widmer: http://www.halftimebeverage.com
Doesn't look like they have Gentleman's Club but it wouldn't hurt to give them a call...
Check this place. http://www.bringonthebeer.com
I haven't heard much about it so I can't say how it is quality or service.
2009 FftW was $8 a bottle and $160 a case.
Read the thread on the post by Jerry Davison. I'm not sure how much of a confirmation that is, but he did say this year.
I'm talking the big RR connection. Needless to say, I know they didn't get PtY this year. Which is a first in a hand full of years.
County Cork lost their RR connection from what I understand.
This has always been a favorite event of mine and I took a hiatus last year. Looking to get back into it this Saturday afternoon.
Ha! I made that exact same purchase there too.
Cascade is over [insert Fred Armisen]
I drank this beer underage too. Probably more than any other beer.
Like others have said. It'll have a nostalgic appeal.
Per Alan, regarding Dave, on the Hair of the Dog Facebook group:
"Next year for my 20th anniversary there will be a raffle, 6 people will get...
Hair of the Dog on Twitter and the Hair of the Dog group on Facebook are your best bets.
This. A disclaimer is necessary and the price should be around what the original retail value was. Doesn't make sense to be up-charged for...
Yes. '09 had infection issues. Deschutes bought back bottles if you chose to give them up.
If you are a fan of the infected Abyss you should go snag those up.
Edit: NM... Just saw you are from CT.