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Thanks a ton! Exactly the info I was after. So the saucer will sell beers to go!? That's awesome! Have you checked out the bottle shop on west 7th?
Just moved from Dallas to downtown fort worth and wanted to get the low down on area bottle shops. Already read the reviewed locations but still...
Loved it! And I want one
Man! I live in Texas and I can't even get mad meg yet!
I have a big preference for thin glass. Makes me feel all classy inside
Had a deviant dales then a boulevard sixth glass. Now working on a clown shoes tramp stamp watching tosh.0...high fashion!
For great food and an amazing wine list check out capital grille downtown on 4th and Wisconsin. In terms of beer bars stubbys is a great choice on...
I had this at shorts while on my honeymoon in traverse city and it was superb! Hopefully I can find a trader in mi wiling to send me some.
I did purchase my sculpin from Lonestar and didn't have a huge issue paying that much for a sixer of world class beer( despite the fact that it's...
It blows my mind that Lonestar in Carrollton is charging 15.99 for sculpin and kegs and barrels in plano is charging 11. I'm all for free market...
Kegs and barrels in Plano and the 15th st location just ran out. Picked up the last 4 pack and it's super fresh and incredibly delicious!
You got it buddy
I believe you misunderstood. My basement is much cooler than the rest of my house.
I actually have one of the very rare Texas basements so all my fermentation takes place down there which stays a few degrees cooler than the rest...
With what yeast specifically? And the ac bill isn't bad at all.
What ale you are you using that upper 60's aren't optimal?
Upper 60's, why do you ask?
That's all well and good but why would I buy a chest freezer when my house stays the perfect temp for fermenting with ale yeast year round?
I've had saint Arnold's pilsner and found it very underwhelming. As far as live oak the hefe is very good and readily available on tap around...
I would consider having to use a chest freezer or fridge dedicated to brewing as being significantly more hassle then brewing with an ale yeast.