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If anyone is heading down to Tri cities the new south richland yokes location has multiple cases of it just sitting around, 24.99.
Odd, as a home brewer I prefer 12 oz bottles because 5 gal of beer in 12's means I get to drink my own on more occasions than if I put it in 22's.
Don't forget west richland beer and wine shop in west richland.
I'm currently in Spokane but I'm from Tri cities and make the trip down to see family often, maybe we can try to get in touch one of these times.
All of them. All the beers.
Was just at Total Wine yesterday and lo and behold, 07-04-13 was sitting on the shelf! Don't know how long it'll be there though.
If I had to pick one that I could have every day I'd say petrus aged pale. Though I generally choose to tick most of the time.
I'm gonna tell on you.
That's becoming less and less unique though
Depending on the top (and if you're a homebrewer) you can recap it and it'll last longer.
ISO acrid sweat
Three philosophers. I want to like it, and its been a long time since I tried it but it was not at all what I was expecting.
Voodoo doughnut maple bacon pepto ale.
I did not think this. Opened the thread, read the whole thing and logged off. Came back on an hour later, looked at the homepage and went "what...
Man, that must be good if it ages you to thirty! :)
Mmm I was going to say that one too, just had it the other day. Truly tastes like you're chewing on hops. Never experienced one quite like that...
I know right? Hey so, about this whole "barrel aged" thing...
No offense or anything but the "no" option in the poll doesn't make a lot of sense. If everyone who read this poll voted and most said no you...
If it does I'd better start buying land for cellaring.
Price isn't the only thing here. I'd rather tick a more expensive bomber than have 5 extra (cheaper) bottles of something I didn't love.