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They had one many years ago. It was their spring seasonal.
So I went back and re-read this in the voice of one Ignatius J. Reilly, and it worked surprisingly well.
Might not quite be New England-style, but New South's Dirty Myrtle is delicious. I'd check with the brewery to see if they have it on.
There aren't many options around Ocean Isle. There is a Lowe's Foods, but I've never seen Westbrook there. Could have missed it, though.
I know they're a chain, but they really do produce some nice German styles. Their Schwarzbier is tasty.
I love Shadowclock and agree that it's different than most pilsners. To me that one's got more spicy and herbal notes, while Highland's is cleaner...
I enjoyed it, too. Has some really nice citrus notes you don't usually get in the style.
I really enjoyed the food at Tipping Point as well.
The Beer Exchange is hosting a bottle share and fundraiser for Make-A-Wish at the Olde Mecklenburg Brewery this Sunday. Hope to see some of y'all...
They were one of the breweries campaigning for self-distribution past the 25,000-barrel mark. I guess that's no longer a concern for them?
Do yourself a favor and stop at Mountain Burrito beforehand. One of the best burritos I've ever had.
I missed this last year for the first time. It's always a blast. See you tomorrow!
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You can purchase a ticket there!
We just posted the final beer list (barring a few that have yet to be determined) here.
Full disclosure: I work for All About Beer Magazine, which puts on all of the World Beer Festivals.
First, you guys are absolutely right that...
I don't think the rum barrel-aged Salty Coconut was ever tapped, just the non-barrel-aged version. Could be wrong on that, though!
It's worth noting that Burial opened with a one-barrel system, and I don't recall too many guest taps early on (though I think there might have...
You can do that at The Bywater! You can even grill your own meat outside, if you're so inclined.
Yep, it's their flagship and is, according to IRI data, the top-selling craft beer in Charlotte. And while it's everywhere here, you won't find it...