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As HH mentioned, Corridor usually has a few micro-brew type kegs, but not a great selection on-site. We've used them before for a couple of our bigger beer events, but ended up having to supplement our keg supply from other places too. IIRC we have purchased some Heavy Seas, Dogfish, Sam Adams, Fordham, and a couple other breweries there, but not much variety (e.g., for Dogfish they only had 60 min). I haven't tried to get them to order stuff, but I am sure they do that too.
I use Metro Wine & Spirits in Adams Morgan a lot, and only partly because its 3 blocks from my house. They have a pretty extensive keg list, usually only a few in stock at their store but they will try to order you whatever they have listed. Here is their keg list: http://www.metrowinedc.com/keg.html
Usually I call them with like 4 or 5 potential kegs I want, and they call their distributor and see which of them the distributor has in stock and let me know.
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Cracked open the Enjoy By 5.17.13. Fantastic beer, hoppy yet not overwhelming. Even my wife, who is not the biggest hops fan, loved it.
Planning on hitting DC Brau up this Saturday for OTWOA.
how much should i pay for a bottle of firestone walker abacus? i saw a bottle for 20 and thought that was too much. did pick up 2 stone imperial russian stouts though.
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I'm enjoying a Dark Truth Stout, had a few Port City Optimal Wit before that. Playoff hockey, what are you gonna do.
Since I was in her hood I posted this in the Annette thread, but worth a share here. Foothills Brewery has an alehouse in downtown Winston Salem. Worth stopping in if you like beer and find yourself nearby. Seeing Double IPA is fantastic. Really well balanced. Not overly sweet or overly hopped like some of these. Could go back for multiples. They also nailed a Bourbon Barrel Stout. This one packs a punch, but is really well done. Best part is the pricing. Maybe they were running specials, but everything was $4. The Double was served in a 10 oz. glass, but that's still not bad for a really good 9.5% beer.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
The pride of Foothills is their Sexual Chocolate, a Russian Imperial Stout. Its a seasonal with a fairly limited release and I've never had it.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Wasn't available when I was there.
yeah it wouldn't be, available in like late winter/early spring it looks like
Grabbed two bottles of these last night and will be drinking them this weekend. Can't wait!
Went to the Lagunitas & Troegs tap takeover at Victorias on Wednesday. Had a few awesome beers that I havent had on tap before. Big bonus, the reps from the 2 companies were buying rounds when you ordered their beers - very key at Victorias where a 20oz pour runs $8-$9
Had the following
Troegs Impending Descent - Awesome, very hoppy Imperial Stout
Troegs Fest Lager - good, traditional Oktoberfest style beer
Lagunitas Maximus - great IPA
Lagunitas Hop Stoopid - superb Hop Bomb, never had on draft before
Lagunitas UnderCover Shutdown Ale (Cask) - tremendous strong ale, and well carbonated for a cask
I really like Hop Stoopid but I've only had it from a bomber. Impending Descent sounds like something I'd like.
drinking dc brau otwoa while putting together a kids outdoor playhouse. super fantastic
Victoria's has a pretty good lineup for American Craft Beer Week (starts today)
anyone pickup a bottle of parabola?
Flying Dog Bloodline Blood Orange IPA on tap at Smoke & Barrel, had it last night during 1/2 off HH. really good, better than any of the other IPAs they have made IMO.
You know I did.
Also, was at Smoke and Barrel for Taco Tursday happy hour. Such a great deal: on top of select drafts for $4, you can get three tacos and a side for $5. I finished the night with New Belgium's quad. Not the smartest choice since it was 10%, but I love that place.
Drinking my Enjoy By 5.17.13
had a glass of MO by maine beer company last night, was pretty damn good
having an option of 2 delicious drafts at my fingertips is making me so damn happy right now...a kegerator may be the greatest investment I have ever made. Launitas IPA and Troegs Hopback on tap right now with a full keg of Lagunitas Lucky 13 waiting in the wings.....heaven!!!
San Diego summary.... Stone Brewery > Societe > Pizza Port > Karl Strauss > Coronado Brew company > Monkey Paw > Mission > Ale Smith..... not a ranking, just the order of the spots we hit. I'm going to detox.
-Stone was good, but I was disappointed in the limited quantities of rarities (sold out of the two casked IPAs, could only get porter). The Smoked Porter w/ Toasted Hazelnuts on cask was really, really good.
-Societe seems like a solid up and comer....Butcher is a really solid imperial stout. Classic flavoring. Roustabout was a fairly citrusy version of double IPA. Also good.
-Pizza Port. Lived up to the hype. Good pie, too. Boardroom Brown and Kung Fu Elvis stood out.
-Monkey Paw had a couple interesting brews of their own and a really solid batch of guest brews. They do an Oatmeal Pale Ale that's actually pretty good.
-AleSmith's Speedway Stout is just out of this world. One of my favorites. Every bit as good as Founder's KBS.
-Also got my hands on Pliny the Elder for the first time. Nom, nom, nom.
They are opening a World of Beer semi-near me in Baltimore....any of you been to the one in Arlington? Have anything to report one way or the other?
going to a wedding this weekend in at St. Mary's College - are there any decent beers stores in the St. Mary's / Lexington Park area or do I need to mule my own beer?
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