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From WW's FB page:
"Saturday, May 9th at 5pm at The Funkatorium we will be tapping Points Unknown, our collab with Ecliptic Brewing and Stone...
Half-growler. Even though it sounds like you're saying a 64oz that is half full.
17. I forced down B,M,C, OE, and Icehouse but never really liked it. Then a friend picked up Sweetwater 420 Xpale (because of the name only)...
There is a huge debate among IPA lovers of the more balanced malt/hop approach or the "get outta the way malt, here comes the hops!" I lean toward...
I would imagine it would make a beer with a big aromatic nose, such as an IPA, more enjoyable. At least for those WHO LIKE IT IN THE CAN! ;)
Very true. As a brewer, you have to look at when the additions are made. Stone likes large bittering additions and large flame out(end of boil)...
#1 Thirsty Monk (Asheville, NC)
#2 Meddlesome Moth (Dallas TX)
#3 Three Floyds
#4 Haymarket (Houston, TX)
#5 Falling Rock (Denver, CO)
Russian River, Founders, Bells, CCB, and my buddy Joe :).
Boon Oude Gueze Mariage Parfait 2008. I've always enjoyed but have never been blown away by a Lambic or Gueze until this.
Jolly pumpkin. I want to like them. Nothing but respect for Ron Jeffries. I've tried 3 beers from them and all 3 bottles went down the sink.