Separate names with a comma.
Yeah, it's a bargain!
The Trader's in Costa Mesa's selection is pretty good. They carry Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome which, for some reason, HiTimeWine has dropped.
+1 on Collette and Tank 7 and Hennepin. Sofie wasn't for me.
It turns out that I've had 75. There were about 12 other beers on the list that I can get, but have not yet tried. Life's a marathon.
Ayinger Brauweisse. Never disappoints.
Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter. It's hopped like a SNPA. Which I don't like in a porter.
Belching Beaver's Peanut Butter (Flavored) Milk Stout.
Belching Beaver Milk Stout and (another) Mogli.
I think it was probably Pete's Wicked Ale at the Rueb in Northfield, MN back in the early '90s.
Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break Natale Pretty Please with a Cherry on Top. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy!
Evil Twin Biscotti Break. And Founders Breakfast Stout.
Trying New Belgium Snapshot. The label asserts it is an American wheat beer, but there's an orange taste that reminds me of witbiers. Later...
It's a little early, dude. The Oscars wait until March to judge movies from the previous year.
Brew Rebellion Chris Martin S'more Porter and Mogli Oak-aged Imperial Porter. Sadly, all the Dairy Tank was gone.
Update: this beer is not for me. Not bad, but one I will not revisit.
I'm chilling a Clown Shoes Chocolate Sombrero. Fingers crossed!
Trying two new beers tonight: New Belgium Summer Helles, then Anchor Saison. Then I need to think about cutting back. I noticed that bits of my...
Probably Mogli Imperial Chocolate Porter.
I lived in Michigan for two years. One of my friends from college works at Bell's, so I had a smattering of their stuff. But I was on a wine kick,...
Starting with a Yeti Imperial Stout. Then I'll try the Trip XIX Taylor Shellfish Farms Oyster Stout from New Belgium et al. Depending how that...