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Posted 06/17/2014 08:40:22 EDT
Kimberly and Brock Tite of Marion, Illinois, are that rare exception. Even though they've never visited New York and know it only through TV and rap lyrics, they named their 3-year-old daughter Brookl more »
Posted 05/21/2014 08:45:13 EDT
Japanese manufacturers bought up a lot of the old looms used to make selvage denim, that's why it's mostly over there. There are some US manufacturers of heavyweight denim (Cone Mills in NC). Levi's m more »
Posted 05/21/2014 08:41:00 EDT
For casual denim wear: 1. You don't need to wash your jeans every time you wear them. 2. Not washing them AT ALL weakens the fibers in the cotton and will cause them to develop tears in high stress pl more »
Posted 04/02/2014 01:59:20 EDT
It seems to be an across the board effort to move more of the blog content behind the paywall - look at the sports blogs - it's already started there. Most of Gary's recent articles seem to be on the more »
Posted 02/18/2014 09:58:38 EST
That was a completely different batch and blend. From what I have heard, the infected barrel(s) were put out to pasture.
Posted 01/30/2014 12:49:04 EST
You do realize that Westvleteren sells for 40 Euros a case, right? The only reason they even packaged the gift packs and sent them to the US was to make enough money to repair the roof of the brewery. more »
Posted 01/23/2014 01:52:34 EST
It's quite literally everywhere right now. Check the better beer stores in your neighborhood.
Posted 01/13/2014 09:30:07 EST
I'll gladly take Rochefort, Orval, Chimay and LaTrappe over Ommegang every day of the week. Same price range as Ommegang (see what being owned by Duvel does to your prices, Boulevard?) for a far super more »
Posted 01/10/2014 02:41:14 EST
Price on a 4-pack seems totally out of bounds. I'll try it if I see it on draft... I heard that along with all of the local brewers there was a lot of oversight from the brewing team over at Chimay.
Posted 01/10/2014 02:39:58 EST
Considering there can only be 5 Whole Foods in the entire state with a license to sell alcohol, probably not.
Posted 01/09/2014 11:21:21 EST
Maine Beer is in no way cheaper than Stone. Ruination or Enjoy By 22oz bombers are $7.99. Lunch 16.9oz pint is, also, $7.99...
Posted 12/19/2013 09:27:25 EST
Generally available Speedway Stout isn't barrel aged at all... They do make Barrel Aged versions of it, but those are brewery only releases...
Posted 11/26/2013 09:38:41 EST
Are you saying that this year's batch isn't carbonated? I've gone through nearly a case so far and it's just as solid as it usually is... Bottle conditioning doesn't leave anything out of the brewer's more »
Posted 11/20/2013 02:00:51 EST
@dc_mcneil - last bottle of MO I got was bottled on or around 8/6 of this year. Consumed on the 8/10. Everybody I know that enjoys a good, hoppy beer told me I was crazy. Until they also had the same more »
Posted 11/20/2013 09:28:40 EST
For intro to sours try Monk's Cafe Flemish Red, Duchesse De Bourgogne or Rodenbach Classic. All of the above are Flemish Sour Red Ales - they'll have a strong sweetness to counter the mild sour bite a more »
Posted 11/14/2013 08:54:08 EST
In a bit of a twist - I agree with your assessment on this beer - it was just blah. When it warms above fridge temp it tastes like a hippy pissed in a glass...
Posted 11/13/2013 09:02:36 EST
Sounds like they've identified a location in Waterbury center for a new retail location and they hope to have it up and running before Christmas.
Posted 11/12/2013 01:41:57 EST
Tax levied on alcoholic beverages (charged to the distributor/importer of beer, wine, spirits) is triple per gallon compared to MA. NH has an ABV cap on beer. NH has far more laws in regards to contro more »
Posted 11/12/2013 01:38:16 EST
The abundance of bubbles here usually points to a drying aid in a dishwasher. Handwash it with a soft cloth or sponge used only for glassware and it should be on the up and up.
Posted 11/08/2013 11:29:39 EST
Also- before you go and try to pile on and tell me I'm just a BA lemming - do I enjoy HT? Yes. Do I actively seek it out? No. When I have access, I enjoy it greatly as it's a great beer. I don't fall more »
Posted 11/08/2013 10:10:55 EST
How is BA a paid Shill for HF, Alchemist and Lawson's? Just asking b/c it's user driven content... I don't chase after ratings sites to tell me what to like, but just trying to figure out the harping. more »
Posted 11/04/2013 09:41:15 EST
You do realize that the aroma of what we eat and drink directly affects its taste, right? If a steak smelled like crap, guess what, it would probably taste like crap...
Posted 10/24/2013 09:00:33 EDT
@Obi - According to Mike a traditional Lambic can be made with Bavarian Weissbier yeast. Who knew! Wonder what the thoughts are on Saison Du Blaugies, Saison Dupont, De Ranke Saison de Dottignies...
Posted 10/18/2013 02:09:01 EDT
Month Old Heady is better than Month old Lat 48. Fact. Shaun Hill isn't my savior. Nor is Jean Van Roy. Cranberry Lambic is refermented with YEAST STRAIN W-68/Weissbier top-fermenting Ale Which is a more »
Posted 10/18/2013 12:02:26 EDT
Jim Koch is the beer brewing Jesus! Everything he says goes! Did you know they make a Lambic that isn't even a Lambic? Just adding cranberry flavoring to a crappy base beer doesn't make it something i more »
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