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Old September 24th, 2013, 08:00 PM
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Deus, Brut des Flandres can't find it anywhere here in the USA. Apart from that how about Leffe 9 Degree and Leffe Triple! I would buy two cases of each and come get them myself.
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So is there a thread that has some good more readily available beers to try (or if anyone has an reccomendations), or atleast ones that are more obtainable in the NY/CT area? Im ready to branch out on certain occasions past the regular bud lights and Sam adams that i have grown accustomed to.
Red hook and deschutes brewing put out some solid beers, and they are distributing more to the northeast now. Definitely worth a try if you see it
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Anything by Bells or New Belgium is good usually.
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Old September 27th, 2013, 10:06 PM
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I had a Tatanka IPA this evening while out with a friend...have to say it was pretty good!
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I don't drink it very often, closest place that sells it is an hour away, but no Rover garage should be without a bottle or two.

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Anyone tried a gluten free beer? We just started making gf pizza at my restaurants and need a couple gf beer options. Any opinions welcomed.
I know, and old question, but I just had a bottle of Redbridge gluten free sorghum beer with lunch. A little on the sweet side, but quite good nonetheless.
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Drinking Maine Beer Company "MO" American Pale Ale tonight.
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Anyone know of the availability of "The Dog's Bollocks" here in the Colonies?

http://www.beerlabels.com/labels/lab...ocks-beer.html

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Thanks to zack for the heady topper I'm drinking tonight
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Thanks to zack for the heady topper I'm drinking tonight
Nice! The east coast competitor to Pliny the Elder from Russian River Brewing! Both equally good in their own right. Another good one is Eliphino from Red Rock Brewing if you like floral hops.
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Found this pic on the interwebs and it just reminds me we dont have Firestone in NC.

Anyone coming down to URE this year from VA that could bring me some? That would be great...........
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Does anyone from Maine ever get the "Mo" by Maine Beer Company? Here in NYC there's only one place that sells it by the bottle and it's $9.50 per pint for take-out!

http://www.mainebeercompany.com/our-beers/mo/
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Mo is great, but so is the rest of their line up. Great brewery.
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Thanks to zack for the heady topper I'm drinking tonight
nice hookup.....i would love to try that!!! don't get to VT very often? how was/is it?? wanna send 2 cans to long island???????
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Found this pic on the interwebs and it just reminds me we dont have Firestone in NC.

Anyone coming down to URE this year from VA that could bring me some? That would be great...........
Is it sold in Virginia ?
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Thanks to zack for the heady topper I'm drinking tonight
Careful with that shit, caught me off guard a few weeks ago... not great
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4 cans is too much....
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Yeah they distribute to VA. Just not to NC. We are now getting Troegs which is awesome.
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I'm just glad you're finally of age to drink!
If you're up for a road trip (not sure where you're located in the NY/CT area??), I HIGHLY recommend a tucked away brewery in Stonington, CT. It's called Beer'd Brewing Company. They're a burgeoning nano-brewery that has gotten a lot of attention since it opened almost two years ago. I promise I'm not just shamelssly plugging my friend's brewery, it's made all kinds of "Best Breweries of New England" lists.

If nothing else, they have GREAT chalkboard artwork (I'm not the artist or anything Their oatmeal stout, Midnight Oil, is my fave. They have a really popular DIPA called Hobbit Juice too (amongst an ever-changing rotation of new and popular concoctions).

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