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I have a two and a half year old. I just don't drink until she's in bed. Problem solved.
I would stay Stone. They are pretty much a go to for me. Always fresh too. So that's sweet.
Came on here to say the same thing. . .
I'm pretty sure the beer is roughly fifteen bucks a bottle.
There's a place near my work that has a pretty sweet happy hour. Monday - Friday 1-6 they do half off any beer priced $6.50 or less. That ends...
All Shipyard beers have some strange crap flavor. I think it's the yeast though. . .
Enough for it not to be worth it potentially.
I knew someone would step up. Thanks for finishing my thought.
My Antonia was a collaboration. There are two versions. That is the other brewery's version. They are out of Italy and I don't know their name.
Yeah, after I thought about it a bit I really doubt this is real. I regret my posting.
They just posted on their facebook that they bought a new canning line and are planning to be canning Edward, Abner and Ephraim.
Maybe it wasn't a great choice but I had an Allagash sour with a falafel sandwich yesterday and it was awesome. Actually it was a great choice....
Bud light platinum.
Stone IPA. Always around and easy to get fresh.
One time I bought a case of Narraganset and two bottles of Cantilion Classic Gueuze at the same time. It was neat.
Super Brew 15
I think Pretty Things Baby Tree is a very tasty bargain.