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And now Mike has his own brewery across the river in Camas.
I figured @derftron meant it was unfortunate for Fat Head's. It certainly isn't unfortunate for beer consumers.
Right now I am finishing the bottle I picked up yesterday on a Bale Breaker run across the river to Vancouver. I opened it late last night, had a...
The Total Wine in Vancouver had tons of BCBS on the shelves, along with BA Dark Star (regular and coffee). They also had CBS and Bbomb at Customer...
You just described my reaction when I tried it for the first time in 2010.
Some folks like it a lot. Me, I keep wondering what the big deal is,...
"9 Ways to Drive Customer Engagement by Manufacturing FOMO. (Number 4 Will Shock You!)"
But...but McM Passport stamps. Collectors gotta collect.
Sounds like it was meant to be! Enjoy!
I'm on my way over there now. The MAX is packed (presumably for the Zoo Lights, not the HAF).
Hazy? You crazy.
Mark. Your. Words. In red Sharpie:
FAIL!--see after class.
I will not drink it.
As for EdwardAbbey 's pun:
Thats a mic drop. BOOM.
If that's not the worst
Beer trend imaginable
I don't know what is.
Egg flavor in beer?
No, No, No, @EdwardAbbey!
A thousand times NO.
I tried a new (to me) Nutella beer at Breakside Slabtown last Saturday. It was called Nutella Porter. Not a bad beer, but it was pretty well...
I thought it was when
The Bruery offered their
Mash & French Toast beer.
Did you report it?
Haiku is great but nothing
Beats direct action.
I checked out the new Chunky Monkey Stout at Breakside Slabtown this afternoon, thanks in part to good numbers from @Kurmaraja and a well written...
Orenco Taphouse is a good place on this side of town. They put some excellent things on tap and often have bottles/cans which don't show up...
Thanks for the warning on Ruse. Diacetyl is a beer killer for me.
As for "the nw not being able to make a great stout anymore," it would be hard...
This year's Abyss is mighty good from the get-go, in my opinion. (Just finished one at the pub in the Pearl. For quality control, of course.)
I am thankful for the NW forum, by far the friendliest section of BeerAdvocate.
This year I have had the good fortune to put quite a few faces...
Excellent. I shall support my local brewery small businesses tomorrow as well.