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I've never counted, but I don't think it's that many. I'll count next week when I'm there; but you can expect their normal line up and about...
This list does not include the amazing breweries in my AO:
Odell Brewing Small Batch Fest is fantastic, if you are in town; it's a must hit.
Mail ordered Sanctification. Not trying to be funny, but I've had nothing else that taste like the real thang.
The funny thing about cellaring beers is that the flavors become more homogenized and subtle in something like a IRS. I happen to really like the...
I added a paragraph to my post above. I don't think this is FW's motive at all. Every bit of Parabola is sold (to distributors and accounts)...
We (the topic at hand) were just talking about how the brewery tells you to drink it fresh, and store it below 40 degrees. Now I offer the premise...
FYI from a recent email from FW regarding Parabola:
"It cellars beautifully so you may as well buy some to enjoy now and some to save!"
Wow! Exciting news, especially for you. I feel for your pocketbook and liver.
+1 for Parabola and Stone IRS.
When you start spewing knowledge to an 18 year old server at your local watering hole about why having a limited beer on tap is a big deal while...
Firestone Walker Double Jack. Not as fresh as I wanted (been in the back of the fridge for a few weeks), but damn good.
I hear ya. Just the documentary calling it that, lol.
"sport" huh? Sounds a lot like drinking and writing to me.
Like Fish stated, Parabola is a ton more drinkable than UJ. The Parabola heat is minuscule compared to UJ. I think UJ needs to sit in a proper...
Only one beer today, Parabola 2012. Out-Frekin-Standing.
Firestone Walker Solace.
Since when is beer about need? Beer is about want.
Who is anyone to judge how much one person seeks out to buy? Perhaps his want is to have...
They have the same freshness and storage paragraph on all of their beers. Some of their beers do great with age, especially Parabola.
Drinking an ageable beer fresh, and tasting it over the next few months to years gives me a deeper understanding of beer and how it changes. I...