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North Idaho, along the Snake River. the double take i have says brewed in NY. but then i looked it up on the web and it is claiming CA? not sure about this one. but i do know they double hop the brew so its prety strong. not for the faint of heart.
"I’m gonna show you how great I am! Last night I cut the light off in the bedroom, hit the switch, was in the bed before the room was dark"!
Interesting. Always curious during travel to see the access to different breweries in other regions. When I was in California, there were a number of West Coast breweries that I'd love to get in SC. Luckily, we've got pretty good nationwide distribution.
Roses are red, violets are blue, I'm a schizophrenic and so am I.
I am hitting the store after work and picking up a couple things I haven't tried, anyone find anything new that you would suggest? Any good seasonal stuff that just got put out?
I picked up a new IPA that I haven't tried yet. I'll check the fridge during lunch b/c I can't remember the name.
The Highlands Little Hump Spring Ale is a pretty good front porch beer. Had one last night after I cut the grass. Refreshing.
Don't know what to expect, but I am opening up a Breckenridge 'Pandora's Bock' from Colorado.
aaaaaaaaaand.... it's good
I have made moonshine, does this count?
Had a Green Flash West Coast IPA last night. This bad boy is your classic, old school bitter to the end brew. Makes you really pucker up at 7.5% ABV and 95 ibus. A little pricey at 11.99 for a 4 pack, but I'm having no regrets. Good beer for a hophead.
I will be on the lookout. Don't think I have ever see that before.
It's new to SC, probably just starting to hit the east coast. Lots of simcoe and amarillo hops in there. Just a good bitter, piney flavor.
Definitely a favorite IPA of mine. Just found a bottle of La Trappe Tripel at a store in north Philly; it's the only trappist brewery (other than Westvleteren) I've never had anything from so I'm extremely excited about it. Also tried Troegs Nugget Nectar recently....very good imperial amber ale.
i just ried over the weekend some Shock Top Raspberry Wheat. it was tasety real sweet though. some of our local brews that are good are River Rat Red and Irish Death, Red is obvious but the Irish is a Dark Lager. both are good.
I'm not a big wheat beer guy at all, but Southern Tier's Raspberry Wheat is one of the better ones out there. About the only wheat beer I enjoy is the Bell's Oberron.
I pretty much avoid wheat beers unless there is nothing else.
i noticed how hard your fingers were when typing that. damn near imposable to type that?
right there with you.
does anyone here brew there own? i was looking at jumping into it.
I used to but haven't in a few years. Just haven't had the time.
About to get back into.
what would you recomend for a kit or things to buy. i have never brewed anything. so remember in LAMEmans terms. or i get lost.
Why were you in north philly?
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
There are starter kits you can buy.
I would check out Northern Brewer or Williams Brewing websites.
If you enjoy it I recommend getting into all grain brewing.
Moving there this summer....live in NYC right now
picked up a bottle of lucky budda it tasted like singtao.
Going to Temple?
I say north Philly but I actually meant the suburbs north of Philly. I'm moving to Bucks County, Warrington
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