Sween said:analog_tape said:I'm feeling the Long Trail Double Bag out of Vermont right about now, that is 7.2%
Oh man, can't go wrong with anything by Long Trail. Their Hefeweizen is an automatic buy for me when it comes around.
analog_tape said:I'm feeling the Long Trail Double Bag out of Vermont right about now, that is 7.2%
Tahnee said: dogfish head,
dogfish head is only available in 30 or so states & unfortunately mine is not one.
BreakSelf said:Top 3 local:
musica said:ZEN2 said:My shit
I don't know why, but I've never gotten around to copping this. Really that good?
ZEN2 said:My shit
edulus said:honestly its amazing how much good stuff there is brewed exclusively for bars or that dont have distribution. so dont be jealous of the west coast, just seek it out here on the east. i mean around charlottesville there are probably 3-4 bar/restaurants that have a couple beers that they brew on site and dont distribute. (think of it as private press)
Can anyone explain the astronomical cost of Dogfish Head beer? I've enjoyed everything of theirs I've tried, but not enough to repeatedly shell out 10.99 for a FOUR-pack.
Rockadelic said:HarveyCanal said:
Harvey was on the money.
I'm drinking their Rio Blanco Pale Ale and it's a 9/10
gloom said:BreakSelf said:Top 3 local:
G_Balliando said:I can't say I've experienced too many micros around the country, but I can definitely vouch for Colorado's selection. I think we have more micro brews than any other state (I heard this somewhere, not sure where), and the big ones are all really good. New Belgium and Odell's probably being the top two. There's a plethora of breweries all over the state though.