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Troegs Mad Elf repeatedly
i don't always crush "beer blends" at Fridays
but when I do, i crush Rattlesnakes: dos equis and cider.
Anchor Steam: biscuity, fresh bread taste in there first. the mild hops somehow make it taste healthy, like how bitter grains make grain-rich...
~30 reviews? just sayin': http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/4/88817/?ba=bros
you're a cowboy
Allagash Tripel: a dangerously good companion today.
Just some suds. Keep those glasses half full[IMG]
A couple of Kolsch of course. Happily reporting some spring-like weather from Boston on this fine Friday[IMG]
dig the pale ale and blueberry ale.
Winter: Troegs Troegenator
Spring: Narragansett Bock
Summer: Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold
Fall: Weihenstephaner Festbier
Long Trail Blackberry Wheat
72 and 76
Doppelbocks: a couple years ago I mostly avoided the style, finding the molasses/brown bread flavors overwhelming. Taking down some Troegenators...
Got it. Thanks
I don't think they distro to MA, but does anyone know of a bar or shop offering anything from New Glarus Brewing? Seems like they brew some...
in an ideal world, pretty much anything from Stoudt's Brewing Co - the helles and the pils in particular. maybe a good O-fest. but you're nailing...
the cape - excluding mv and nantucket - is diverse to say the least, so it depends where. a more chilled out/nice locale like the buzzards bay/no....
good stuff. you're from PA so you ought to give Penn Gold from Penn Brewery a go, it's excellent. Must be the German influence in good ol' PA.
harpoon's rye ipa - rich and dan's rye ipa
that's awesome - excited to see my local brewery in college (east end) featured in the mag, they're very good. snagged this one a la carte and...