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Sixpoint has an app that shows where their beer is sold, both stores and bars/restaurants. Just search Sixpoint in the app store
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
The hype is justified. Down to my last two cans. :(
Was at RR about a month ago. good spot. smuggled home a bunch of bottles that i'm just now finishing up
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
my wife's uncle brought a case of heady topper from Vermont. it's been my everyday beer this past week on vacation. this week had not sucked, unlike the O's in KC
Making a great beer better.
So I guess Founders won't be shipping to Md any time soon? Supposed to have begun last year, but now apparently they aren't expanding their operation for a while. No good
Chevy chase wine and spirits carries their stuff.
Bit far, but maybe I can track it down further north. Thanks
This post was edited by terps23 9 months ago
You win. That's pretty much a perfect scenario.
Six Point Apollo...meh.
Only six point I found was resin and 3 beans. Went with 3 beans. Didn't want super hoppy resin
Agreed on Apollo, 3beans is my jam doe
Lagunitas & Stone beer dinner at Old Line tomorrow. Pretty good deal, only $25pp
Had Pliny the elder on tap this weekend. It was real good but my mind wasn't blown. I also couldn't justify 25 for a bottle of consecration :/
gonna change it up a bit...cheap Belgians!
First one is a cheap lager, got it at the supermarket for 0.29 Euro each. Really broke the bank on that one.
Was getting the second one for effectively 3 Euro each on draft. Not bad for concert prices.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
$25!! where was that? Consecration is legit but not worth $25 for a small bottle. you'll be able to get it sometime for less eventually
Founders All Day IPA....well put. An IPA I could drink all day. Nothing special, but if you can get a good price on it (Rodman's had it for $8/6pack), have at it.
Ballast Point Sculpin IPA...excellent. Really easy to drink. Has the balance of Two Hearted, but def has more of a fruity taste.
Uinta Hop Notch IPA....decent, but has a more upfront piney characteristic. Not my favorite flavor.
Monks cafe up in Philly
Thanks for posting this...definitely a great deal and a good time
Anyone tried the Flying Dog "Stove Topper" kits yet? Its an all grain clone of their beers for moderate home brewers, yielding 5 gallons. They release one a month.
August is my favorite, the Fear: Imperial Pumpkin.
Love Pumpkin beers, particularly Elysian and Weyerbachers, but it's getting nuts with these release dates. I can't wrap my head around drinking a Night Owl in 90 degree heat and oppressive humidity. Late October watching football, that's how God intended. They're called seasonal brews for a reason damn it.
I dont know man, I kind of like the Octoberfests coming out just in time for fantasy football drafts in late August. I hear what youre saying though.
I'm not a connoisseur like many of you and I haven't read half of this thread -- I apologize if this has already been discussed.....
Saw this in the store the other day and gave it a try.....pretty darned good in my non-discriminating opinion.
apparently people are asking about them earlier and earlier. I hate only being able to buy winter beers in mid-October, it's ridiculous
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