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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Zack Zedalis, Jan 10, 2013.
Great Raft -
How is it? Came pretty close to buying it last time I was at the beer store. Probably should’ve.
Pretty darn good. Similar to Ghost in the Machine. Grab some next time. You wont regret it
Can shortage is very real. Costs is through the roof and access is a bitch. Even our printed cans I’m having to order 6+ months in advance. It sucks
Sublimely Self Righteous
Looking for lighter beer recs in the Belgian/Trappist style. Love that taste but 8%+ puts a hurting on me quick. Anything more sippable for winter nights?
Hopkeem and awesome pizza at Spindletap.
Last one of these. Until next time.
Might be the best hazy from Spindletap
Weldwerks gonna start distorting in the northeast, pretty psyched.
What’s on the menu today
Bringing a crowd pleaser over to the party I'm going to
Knocking out mini-projects at home while crushing bangers. This is life folks and it is good.
Picked up my first six pack of three of the season
Tried to get a mini keg, but those were sold out
Starting strong today. Already had a liquid lunch with one of these and a couple bourbon double bocks.
Happy birthday to me
Where is the glass from?
Had to drink at least one from the shipment
Can you educate me on glasses a little bit? Are different types of IPA's better in different glasses? Seems like most in here us a tulip type glass.
Are you buying that in Alabama?
The cuntier the glass the better the beer tastes.
I've run extensive studies on this phenomenon but don't remember the results
Just some alcohol humor folks
Disregard the pour, was in a rush to drink beer. Nocey surprised by this.
That may be the most unique beer color I have ever seen.
It looks like Yoo-hoo tbh
While absurdly expensive, the 2 or 3 offshoot heavy IPAs I’ve had have been fantastic.
This was on par or less than what I spend at the local breweries known for their IPAs. It is just so hard to find a quality shelf hazy imo because their peak drinking window is so small.
The good Offshoot I’ve had was $18+. The best hops I can get in ATL is generally less than that.
For instance, I’m getting a TIPA this weekend at 10% for $16 that will be on par with anything anyone can get in any city in any country at anytime.
Wait, Offshoot solo cans are $18? Or are you talking secondary market? Or 4-packs?
I think and hope he is talking about a 4-pack. I picked up a 4-pack at that price in Dallas. Which is a long way from Cali.
Fantastic gif usage is fantastic.
The local breweries sell their DIPAs for $18-$20 and TIPAs for $20-$22. And for some reason, Dallas breweries slay their TIPA offerings. I just can’t handle drinking them on the regular but they are fantastic (Turning Point, Celestial, False Idol).
Lol, nice gif.
California prices must be inflated. This is what I see pretty standard in LA for the top local breweries:
IPA - $18
DDH IPA / DIPA - $20
DDH DIPA - $22
TIPA - $24
DDH TIPA - $25
Atlanta is a $14-$18 market. Anything over that is usually BBA or some kind of gimmick.
CC is pushing that price limit, but they coast on name recognition at this point.