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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Zack Zedalis, Jan 10, 2013.
Going to soon. Do you suggest any to open first?
Yeah I saw that a few weeks back. That is definitely good news, especially cause it's closer to me.
you could easily trade that for a batch of Hill Farmstead Damon or a random blend of Madness and Civilization
dblplay1212 , ignore this. Sell me the Rare so I can drink it
Come to Jax and drink it with Degausser and I. We can drink the Vanilla too. We can do it at Kickbacks and raid his Cantillon stash too. He has to have 100+ bottles of various ones.
If I could convince my wife to let me fly to Jax for a few nights to drink beer with a pal, I would.
Enjoy the beers with Doug Osser.
Browns play in Jax next year.
Our trip goes to NY next year, I guess :/
The yearly Browns away trip. We went to Glendale this year, unfortunately.
It’s awesome. Also grabbed some Other Half collabs.
That seems pricey, but I guess I'd need more event details.
Hello Good Beer Thread
They started selling at 5am today instead of 8. I’m not going, my wife would kill me if I paid 325 for beer. But I live 5 minute walk away from AC and have been going since they opened, so might be able to score some stuff
sir is this sarcasm
Hill Farmstead STINKS
It’s no skyline chili I know
Nothing truly is, friend.
Man, I HATE when I have to choose between Hill Farmstead and Skyline Chili.
Since all of these breweries will sell out eventually might as well start becoming accustomed to observing these lists.
Who are we kidding hard seltzer is going to put every Brewer out of business anyways
More commentary in the thread
Josh playing fast and loose with the term craft there.
I'm drinking a Koko Buni in protest of that list.
DBL send me the Nillas and Rare
Drinking a BA Snowbirds. Still kickin
Staying in and solo doming this and finding something to watch on prime
It’s not HF or OH, but this shit is delicious. Trim tab makes some legit IPAs.
TrimTab is the shit. I consider them the Alabama Creature Comforts with better distro. Haven't had anything I didn't enjoy.
Trimtab and Wild Leap are the IPA distro kings in Atlanta the last year or two. I love how far the city has come for lazy beer drinkers like me.
Wild Leap is like 30 minutes from me, but I don't love their stuff unfortunately. I'd rather drive 3 hours to Athens than the 30 minutes to Lagrange.
I think Wild Leap makes very good, affordable canned beer. The Alpha Abstraction line for $12 a sixer is enough for me. I’m also a fan of a few of their adjunct stout four packs.
I’m a convenience drinker in my old age so I appreciate the availability.
I tried one of the early versions of Alpha Abstraction and didn't like it. Maybe I need to revisit one of the newer ones.
Founders French Toast Bastard (came in a crowler so no bottle to include).
My local place has a few Wild Leap beers here in Phoenix. I tried Partners in Crema and the coconut pineapple sour. Both were good but pretty steep for the price ($5ish per can).
Damn, Wild Leap is way the hell out there? That's pretty surprising.
did you get that mole stout they did?
Not yet. I'm hoping it's still around when I'm able to get back up. Want it badly.
Maybe Keef will be an angel and grab me some?
Just texted you
This is how you TMB, folks.
hello gentleman. I am drinking again, officially.
this week I have consumed a ice pilsner from modern times and fairy nectar from kross strain.
What brought on the hiatus/return?