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Terrapin Recreation Ale and Anchor California Lager.
Wilmington Brewing Co.'s Tropical Lightning IPA followed by a Brooklyn Post Road Pumpkin
Accounting for fermentation time, tank space and conditioning, I would be stunned if they came out later. Any "Fresh Harvest" Pumpkin ale would...
homebrewed IPA and Sam Adams Octoberfest
Tradewinds was perfectly good, but if you hadn't told me there was basil in it, I wouldn't have picked that out.
Yay for Tumbler being back!
Brooklyn's Sorachi Ace (and it's also one of my all-time favorite beers to boot)
(First craft beer was Rogue's Shakespeare Stout"
Negra Modelo all the way.
Talking about a boom:
Here on the beach at Cape Fear:
In 2013, we had 1 craft brewery
In 2014, we'll have 6.
In 2015, we'll have 8, potentially 9.
If you can find a Trader Joe's, their home labels are generally decent. My favorite is the Stockyard Oatmeal Stout.
My first (and formative) craft beer experiences were at Sweetwater Brewing Co. in Atlanta back in college and when they were just starting to make it.
Come on over to Cape Fear, Stone!
Around here, it'd have to be Deviant Dales.
I'm going to plead ignorance here: What is a Pilsner Sparkler?
And is there a beer named after it yet?
Well, its what I have on hand at the moment. It's certainly not a drain pour.
I am currently enjoying Torch Pilsner by Foothills Brewing.
I give it away or use it for beer cocktails occasionally.
Makes a good braising liquid too.
I wouldn't really worry about it. A craft beer type of place is not really expecting someone to start pounding Russian Imperial Stouts.
Cat piss is a classic tasting note for Pinot Grigio wine.
It can be ok when used well, I guess. I mean "barnyard" doesn't sound too appealing as...