11/26/2015 8:02:29 PM
Drank my 2011 today...bottled 6-10-11...sweeter, but nice yeast complexity. Complemented t-day dinner. Great aroma. Looking forward to the next ones.
11/26/2015 7:58:43 PM
[quote]Originally posted by b3shine [quote]Originally posted by bmoosey
Iím sure this has been posted somewhere, so forgive me if it has...
Has anyone heard prices for ...
11/26/2015 7:32:21 PM
First t-day as a dad. Little man is in there screaming trying to go to sleep, while I sip an Avec les bons voeux...his mother is a saint
11/26/2015 2:20:04 PM
I have to stick up for brown ales. New holland cabin fever, bells best brown, dark horse boffo, shortís bellaire...maybe Michigan is the only state that can make a good one!
11/26/2015 2:14:41 PM
I drank a 2011 probably a year ago and found it getting sweet. Iíll probably crack them all within the next month and report back. My 2015 was bottled Jan 4 so it barely made the cut haha.
11/26/2015 2:12:13 PM
Two brothers domaine dupage, because it was made for thanksgiving
11/26/2015 8:06:43 AM
Hard to get sick of them when their beers have basically disappeared from my area. Iím sure whenever they get their Columbus, OH brewery open, that may change.
What I donít get is how they ...
11/25/2015 6:24:21 AM
This is really too bad. That had a unique thing going between brewing somewhat uncommon styles as flagships and digging through history books for old recipes. And of course always having a story behin...
11/23/2015 7:36:36 PM
No one calls a 32 oz. growler a "bullet?" Thatís the term Iíve heard the most for that.
I think I have heard someone call a 22 oz a "vertical" before, but I assumed the...
11/21/2015 8:02:41 AM
I think Iíve seen a lot less stubbornness and a lot more open-mindedness in my area over the last few years, and that has coincided with the craft beer boom. More people are willing to check out new t...