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I prefer cans for most things since I usually drink from a glass anyway. Cans take up less space in the fridge and the trash, they get cold...
RR Supplication (99) Rodenbach Alexander (98) & RR Consecration (98)
Summer Shandy (72)
Really depends on the beer. I've paid $25 for a 4 pack of Jacobins Rouge and $60 for a 12 pack of another sour (prices in PA are fun...). I've...
Flanders Red/Brown / Oud Bruin
Saison / Farmhouse
Wit / Weisse
It's still IPA's or some variation of an IPA.
Pilsner Urquell isn't a craft pilsner? It's definitely one of the top pilsners there is.
Old Chub is late fall/all winter standard stock in my fridge.
I could give you several examples. Philly gets Russian River and the rest of the state does not. Philly gets a full distribution of Blvd beers,...
In central PA, it's terrible. Philly, on the other hand, is pretty fantastic if you want to make the 2 hour trip. Even the outlying areas, like...
I guess they're all well and good but I've never ordered one and probably never would, but that's no reason to get rid of them.
2. Ales and Lagers. ;)
Hotel I stayed at in Paris back in 1992 had one in the lobby.
I give them away to guests.
No, it isn't trending
No, but I wouldn't buy it if it was made yesterday either.
I drink about 2-3 times faster out of a can or bottle than I do from a glass.
Until someone else puts out a coconut brown ale and makes it available in central PA, I'll keep buying and drinking Koko Brown from Kona. If...
I bet if wine and liquor were sold in the same manner as beer, these laws would change pretty damn fast. Imagine if you had to buy wine by the...