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First time buying single bottles in a while. Found BCBS and Wake n' Bake in San Diego and couldn't pass it up.
A lot of bud light due to 4th of July bbq so I decided to compare it to a LSS.
The LSS displayed a wide array of hop...
Cant get enough of the LSSs. Paid the iron price for the GoT beer.
Just had one, noticeable malt but doesn't take away from the hops. A bit unbalanced but it's exactly what I expect/want it to be.
A stage dive into a mosh pit of hops:
You won't be disappointed.
Just graduated and here's what I'm having:
Revisiting the Hop Stoopid. It just tastes... so right.
Yes, it's like the McGurk Effect but for vision/taste instead of vision/audio.
Sculpin cans have a canning date on the bottoms.
I'm having a Saint's Devotion. As a newcomer to brett beers, I found it to be pretty tasty.
Yeti. Every single one of them. They're perfect with desserts.
I'm certain it's the economy, not the hipsters.
In my parts of the ocean, I rarely see any whalez.
My love for pale ales began when I bought a 6 pk. of SNPA. I only planned to have 2 but I ended up finishing the entire pack in one go. Totally...
Young's Double Chocolate Stout and Anchor Porter brought me here.
Cracked open my first bottle of the espresso IRS, really solid beer. Gonna go pick up some more bottles next time.
I've had the Southern Hemisphere ad thought it was pretty good.