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I love reading cellared beer reviews. I'm sure there is a large stash of old bottles that would make for some fun analysis
Looks like approximately 115.
If you renember, Miller came out first with Miller Chill before BLL. This seems to make sense.
BMC struggled with the premium stuff. Bud Light...
Much to the chagrin of many new breweries :confused:
I jump around when i have 4+ in the vertical. I feel like it makes it punch a bit more
9.4% is tough to down a few in the afternoon. Would love to see an under 7% variation.
I hear ya. I would say what you see now on shelves, which is almost 50/50 16 oz cans in some places, was driven more by Heady.
The one that started the canning revolution. Heady Topper.
At this point, you can almost tell by the tone of the brewery's social channels whether they are going to be worth exploring.
It's first and foremost a taste thing. The well done one's just seem more rounded. That being said i also equate it to the "Can craze"
I'm guessing he made these comments with a 70's punk rock record blaring In the background.
Get over it man, so we're passionate about beer. But...
I've seen multiple mentions of Surly letting his wife go for no reason. That makes absolutely no sense.
has anyone opened an aged bottle lately? I just found a 2010 batch 1 in my basement and wondered if it was still viable
I hear this sentiment alot, but all you need is 1-2 local breweries to be good/ really good and that will take a decent amount of occasion...
From what I can gather, they now deleted this post
If you make good beer, people will come.
Had A 2013 Regular Fayston recently and it was my favorite Fayston to date.
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Lots of high ABV stuff