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With that comment about Wyoming to me it is a quick retort: why deny folks from Wyoming who want to try Pliny for the first time?
I had the pleasure of speaking to Tom from Monk's Cafe, and I told him of the training I have done, and then I proceded to ask him if NJ...
I suppose the stores I being going to here in Camden County are just not stocking them
I just want to try Kane! Lol
Looks like everyone is enjoying great beers!
Mongo Double IPA from the can! [IMG]
Thank you man! I will try right away!
Ok wow I know I have been away from the web way too long! Thanks!
It has been too long since I posted a nice photo of an enjoyable brew!
Now that you mention it, I have not seen any barleywines in South Jersey in 6 months!!!
I figured as much! Thank you so much!
After being back in NJ for six months, I did not a chance to go to Kane. Any news on distribution in Camden County?
Checking in!! I miss the news from Wyoming and hope it keeps getting better!
Thank you and I will not and you as well!
I have not had a lot of Bitish bitters but sure would love to make a fresh one!!
Wow that is quite depressing to hear!!! I mean I would love to work at Tonewood Brewery, and as well trying reaching out to other breweries around...
So what would be your suggestion of what style I should brew for my very first homebrew?
I think the Quad wins!!!
I am sure you have been asked but I have not seen the answer: do you homebrew?
The above flavors are a big range of off flavors which have done...
Once again, my fine folks, I am very thankful for each and everyone's input!