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During college (CSU Chico) went from Corona to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
Not coding does not necessarily imply that there is nothing, but you are correct in that not coding doesn't help recall and traceabilty. I as well...
While the cost of the machines for stamping/coding/etc should not be a barrier to a brewery, there are much larger ramifications to coding. The...
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Anchor Steam Beer
Russian River Pliny the Elder
Tie: The Bruery Oude Tart/RR Supplication
Not to beat a dead horse but... SNPA
Black Butte Porter
Racer 5 IPA
Pliny the Elder
CSU Chico 2003-2005 - SNPA almost exclusively, the other was always Corona... At that time it was based on the weather and quantity consumed....
SN Hop Hunter
SN Oktoberfest 2015 Version
Anderson Valley Blood Orange Gose
Knee Deep Hoparillo
No stash for me maybe a few BA stouts aging, but mostly 6s and a bomber here and there. Done for health reasons mostly, prefer to stay fit and...
Cascade for me, had to be the nostalgia of pilfered pale ales... I know it's not an IPA but oh well!
@BottleCaps80 Its in the fall mixed pack. Should be popping up everywhere soon I'd imagine. I am not sure if it is getting released in kegs for...
Not a huge fan of Oktoberfests generally, but this one is different. I like this one very much, for some reason the yeast character seems far...
About 2.5-3 hours to get through Sierra Nevada Maple Stout. Very tasty but high on the sweetness and bourbon.
@TongoRad incidentally I have both of those afflictions... The onions uncommon, but cilantro... Pure suds
Only one local brewery... Current favorites are Pale Bock, Best Bitter, and Hop Hunter. Looking forward to fresh Vienna Lager.
Ahhh, I do so love internet forums. Grab some popcorn and watch the opinion fly.
Generalized questions are great for that. The answer to this...
One more for Knee Deep, they have an amazing array of ipas.
@MattSlem ha ha nice, I'm a former MGC employee. Left a few years ago to join the almond industry.
Currently Ops Manager of an almond processing...
Sierra Nevada, specifically Pale Ale. It was always available at my parents house. Hard to go back to macro after good, fresh, local beer.