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Jacks Abby Framingham Lager. Lovely. This is the archetypical american lager.
I mostly like the esthetics of Moosehead, the beer is okay. I'm not ashamed though
Lindeman's Cuvée Rene is "entry level" without compromise!
I can get it quite easily if you're interested
"Insert smug comment"
Pretty neat story: I cook at a prep school and I was standing there cutting peppers and I look up and there was Sam Calagione giving the chef...
"I only drink one beer on Saturday, taking one week off a month and one month of a year" - a fairly close approximation of a comment I saw a while...
Honest question: if hop oils degrade so quickly in the finished beer why do they not degrade as quickly in the cone?
Here's the thing with this "customer is king" mentality. You are trading. Once you've received what you've paid for, you are owed nothing.
Coniston Bluebird Bitter, I can get it in Western Mass. Hopped with challenger.
I really dont get the trend toward antinomianism here. Categories are useful or they would not exist. Imagine a world where we didn't categorize...
I seem to remember a French toast beer that every "beer geek" went nuts over. This doesn't seem to far off the mark
Trappist tasting featuring Orval, Westmalle, Rochefort, and Spencer, it being Easter.
So you don't like beer much, huh? That said I'm sure DFH is just fine, it's the "BAs" who have changed.
Sigh. Enlighten us
...I think you're covered
Homebrewed Citra single hop blonde ale. Quite nice!
Don't worry they'll probably just replace it with a White IPA :rolleyes:
Weißbier with homemade weißwust!
I was recently reading that Fantome isn't widely available or well known inside Belgium. Just curious what Belgians think about Fantome and it's...