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Thanks marquis, I'll look there too in the future.
I like Broadsides but unreadable dates have largely kept me away.
RE Adnams...They've been...
I went to WF on Sat and they were doing work on the front.
Bocks and DBs usually show up in some form in my fridge.
Probably the best bock I've had was Schonramer Saphir, amazing stuff.
On a regular...
I have to go with Zywiec Porter, a Baltic Porter fom Poland.
Sam Smith's IS, if I can't get SS IS then I look for SS OS.
WFs on Houston is my favorite spot too, but be careful with the beers in the corner (Houston/Chrystie) window. That corner of the store baths in...
Sam Smith Imperial Stout
Aecht Schlenkerla Smoked Doppelbock
I generally don't spend more than $6 for a bottle, too many disappointments...especially from US brewers.
I can get Vitus for $3 or $4 for a half...
Age beers with ABVs above 8%, some smoked beers with lower ABVs might age well.
Barleywines are best for aging.
Loops, misread thread title
Duvel, especially if you an get the Triple Hopped version.
US BA here...
My supplier get UDS periodically and I usually buy several bottles. I might let them sit in my fridge for a month or two but that's...
Must have run across a marginal shipment of this when I first tried it, convinced myself for a time it had an umami-ness to it....
A nice surprise was Renaissance Boltcutter, hope I got that right. A Scotch Ale from NZ which was superb, a malt parade for the palate. Be...
Definitely not dddy, a number of the Weinstephaner bottles at Whole Foods on Houston St in NYC start with 7 and 9. Also, as far as I could...
So the first digit is basically a throw away, the second and third give you the week, and the fourth is the year.
The bottles I have start with L followed by the 4 digits, confused the heck out of me.
You wouldn't know how to read Wienstephaner's coding?...