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For me, oddly, the weather plays a big part in my choice. When it's cold, cloudy, or rainy I go darker styles. Warm days, I prefer lighter...
Tioga-Sequoia Brewing in central California has a few good brews and good pricing with local distro.
Their Sugar Pine Vanilla Porter and Gen....
I saw that it will be on tap at the Stone store in Pasadena. Maybe they will be making another run of it? Great stuff!
And SN Tumbler pretty much already bit the dust, unfortunately.
Boneyard Bistro in Sherman Oaks has good BBQ and burgers as well as bomb beers. Stout week....oh my.
I will never forget the aftertaste and hangover the day after my 21st birthday. PBR pitchers on the house are a trap.
Yeungling is probably the best but can't get it in California. PBR is my go-to from back in the day. Bud can be occasionally good but I feel like...
I'm a huge fan of browns. When Sierra Nevada stopped doing 6 and 12 packs of Tumbler I was devastated.
I still have yet to try any Wesvlteren or however you spell it.
And I've yet to try a heady topper. I'm really trying to try that since i've had...
The Lodge Brewing Co
featuring "Rowdy beers"
Reminds me of mexican chocolate mixed with horchata. Liking this very much.
Narhwal never disappoints me.
Anyone know of parabolas floating around he LA area? I missed them.
I really like the 7/4. The 4/20 was very dank though. Onion dankness.
11 varieties? Why not? Stone doesn't question your brewing choices.
I like that it's a different flavor every release. It's like a Pokemon...
She's not human!
Dogfish Head Tweasonale. I paid $1 for it at a bar. Lets just say that you couldn't get me to drink this monstrosity even if you paid me $1.
Exercise Science Kinesiology grad here and yes alcohol is not good for muscle recovery or physical performance but it doesn't have to stop you...
Bumping this up for some odd reason. My local TW is out of Narwhal so i'm very upset and looking for 12oz, affordable replacements. Old Rasputin...