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FW already has a pretty big third leg.
It was BCBS, Matilda, Sofie, Summertime, and IPA.
They had a bunch this morning, and doing six bottle limit. :eek:
I think it is totally up to your personal taste preference. Sure, many sours can hold up and change over a long period of time, but does it get...
For me, it is Supplication.
Hanssens Oude Gueuze
In terms of bars, I would recommend Father's Office, The Daily Pint, and Library Ale House.
I'm currently in Dallas right now and I was so excited to see Old Tree Hugger listed on the board at Meddlesome Moth for their Barleywine event....
In my experience, Ten FIDY has been best with 1-2 years on it. After year 3, it kind of falls down a little bit (but still tasty).
Row 2 Hill 56 doesn't use citra, but is simply amazing.
I used to LOVE me some Knuckle Sandwich. It was always on the maltier side of DIPAs, but had a balance that was difficult to find in many IPAs....
It's starting to show up in So Cal.
I agree, Naja's is a great bet in that proximity. However, their "on-tap cam" is rarely ever updated these days, so what you see on there is most...
Just had this over the weekend, and I agree. Very, very tasty.
1 year old Ten FIDY. So good.
Wow. That went quickly. Got my two, though. :)
They posted the release of Fou Foune on their Facebook a week or two ago. It apparently sold out crazy fast.
Never had a fresh BCBS, but had a 2009 several months ago. It was simply outstanding. One of the best BA stouts I've had. Had a fresh KBS earlier...
I have to agree with the Brux sentiments. I, along with many others, was greatly anticipating this one, but it was pretty underwhelming. It's not...
I did a side by side with Roch 10, Westy 12, Abt 12, and Pannepot a while ago. My ranking went like so: