Beer Suggestions in Memphis

Discussion in 'South' started by boudreaux, Feb 15, 2013.

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  1. boudreaux

    boudreaux Initiate (0) Feb 13, 2009 Alabama

    For Valentine's Day, my sweet mother sent me $50 bucks. So I'm looking for advice/suggestions as to beers and beer stores in the Memphis metro area I should spend the money. I'm pretty varied in my beer style prefs, but tend to lean toward IPAs/DIPAs, Strong Ales, and pretty much the whole spectrum of Belgian brews. And of course, quality > quantity. Any thoughts much appreciated!
     
  2. Jimski123

    Jimski123 Initiate (159) Feb 10, 2013 Tennessee
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    really your only options will be busters and Joes. They both pretty much carry the same stuff. Joes allows you to buy singles instead of 6 packs or 4 packs though. Busters typically keeps more in stock because their allotments are bigger.
     
  3. boudreaux

    boudreaux Initiate (0) Feb 13, 2009 Alabama

    Thanks! Unfortunately, had an unexpectedly busy day running around town, so I just managed to stop by Kirby Parkway Liquors before it closed. Grabbed a 750ml bottle of both Brooklyn Local 1 and 2, $9.99 each, for tonight. I've checked out Buster's before. Not bad, but I'm pretty sure I've sampled pretty much all their beer options ha. May make it over to Joe's tomorrow. Haven't been there before. Thanks!
     
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