Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by jexby, Sep 28, 2015.
Rochefort 8 for the win!
It was delicious. I didn’t read the label closely so the 9.2% ABV was a surprise!
Agreed on Perennial and Side Project. Love Side Project beers! Hard to come by though. So if anyone wants to send me a care package from St. Louis...
I'd sit on each of them for a year+. Especially if you are going to have the opportunity to try them on tap somewhere nearby. I try these fresh on tap, so that all my bottles can be cellared for varying lengths of time.
My local brewery is serving Dubnog (Dubbel & Eggnog). Seems kind of wrong, but I'm definitely going to try one. Apparently any dark beer will work. Anyone tried anything like this?
Gettting settled in my new home, in a new state. Finding new Belgians to try. Abtsolution
Congrats on the move Shane. Hope that it works out for you. Go dirty birds!
Happy New Beer everyone...
New Glarus is a stellar brewery! Hello Wisconsin!
You're in Wisconsin now? I'm in Chicago and have lots of Midwest beers that I can recommend...
First go at homebrew with a couple of small batches from Northern Brewer...
Haha, no I’m in Florida. Now that I’ve reread my post, I can see why you guys thought that. I had no idea the collaborator of that Belgian was in Wisconsin! The local stores here in Florida have a much different selection from those on the south side of Atlanta, so I’m going to get to try several Belgians not previously available to me.
For other hop-heads out there, finally got to try Melvin Brewery from Wyoming. Their 2x4 DIPA is super-tasty.
Asterisk DIPA is coming up next. Can't wait.
Never thought I'd be raving about a brewery from Wyoming!
Wow...the fusion of technology and beer!
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