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I was just about to bump this thread. Funny.
I finally got my hands on a bottle of Dogfish Head Bitches Brew. Can't wait to try it.
As far as seasonals go I picked up Full Sail Wreck the Halls. I haven't tried it yet though.
Dogfish Head can do no wrong.
I'm a big Green Flash Brewery guy right now. Dogfish Head is hard to find outside of the occasional bomber here or there.
Roses are red, violets are blue, I'm a schizophrenic and so am I.
On my menu tonight
Never seen that brewery.
It's a Philadelphia brewery, I mainly like the IPA, but they make a couple of other good beers.
They make an 'Ales of the Revolution' variety case that features brew recipes that were supposedly developed by a few of the "founding fathers". I remember one of them is mixed with Spruce or something crazy like that... actually tasted pretty good.
a bunch of Yards stuff
I too am unfamiliar with Yards, but I'm pretty intrigued now.
Had an Evil Twin Hop Flood bomber this weekend, and bought a sixer of Ballast Point Big Eye IPA. Both are very good.
Tried some Shipyard Pumpkinhead last night. The only thing better than how it tastes is how it smells. Good stuff.
Also, from your earlier post, Modus Hoperandi is one of the best beer names I've ever heard.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
I wish I could get my hands on it. I can't get Shipyard in my area.
The bitches brew is very good.
I was tired of buying, so I opened my own beer bar in Jersey City!
The Pumpkinhead is good, but the rest of their beers aren't up to par....
I've always wanted to try it as it is, but after seeing the special about them making it I *really* want to get my hands on it.
I still haven't got to try mine. I am waiting for my brother to get to town because he has been wanting to try it as well.
Anybody here from Hoboken or Jersey City? I have a beer bar in Jersey City I think any and ALL would like to venture into....
HopsScotch. We're craft beer and scotch. We have 40 on tap, 55 in a bottle (all high end, one bottle is 37 bucks), 60 single malts and 125 whiskys. Food menu is damn good. We "stole" the executive chef from Koi who designed all their menus.
Ex. Potato skin - Small russet potatoes, smoked duck confit, gruyere cheese sauce, creme fraiche, serrano ham and chive.
We also have 17 screens and show EVERY game. I mean, I'll put cricket on if you want it....
No, but your place sounds legit AF I won't even lie. Just had a Celebrator Doppelbock...dank.
If I am ever in Jersey I will head your way.
Mark it, dude.
For fans of Woodchuck, what are some other good hard ciders? I saw something at the store earlier called Angry Orchard that looked like it could be good, and another brand called Redd's that looked pretty meh.
I don't have much experience with ciders.
Picked up a 12 pack of Deschutes Jubelale today. It's a pretty damn good winter/seasonal ale.
Do any of you guys have any experience with this site or a similar site? Thinking about giving it a try.
Shop for beer at the world's largest beer shop specializing in beer clubs, beer gift baskets, beer gifts, and create your own case of beer one bottle at a time.
I've never used a site to buy beer, but was looking at one site they other day. Seems like a good way to get ahold of some brews not available in the area.
I had a buddy that got Dogfish 120 Minute off a site, and it arrived fine.
Interesting. Yeah they have some brews I would like to try.
Any of you guys had any of the Smuttynose brews? Seems Like I have heard some talk about it but I am to lazy to go back and look.
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