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2014-01-13 03:57:47 PM
Nope.
 
2014-01-13 03:58:35 PM
I prefer to use my palate and my nose to make such decisions.
 
2014-01-13 03:59:01 PM
Hey, perfect. Want to try something different and really really good?

draftnotesva.files.wordpress.com

One of the best beers you'll ever try. Love this stuff.
 
2014-01-13 04:00:17 PM
San Diego: What we lack in sports championships, we make up for with beer.
 
2014-01-13 04:01:27 PM

BKITU: San Diego: What we lack in sports championships, we make up for with beer.


Why is Stone afraid to put the word Escondido on their product?
 
2014-01-13 04:01:33 PM
I don't see Anheuser Busch on there.
 
2014-01-13 04:02:37 PM
Very cool find,  subby

/
think I'll buy one of these prints when its finalized...
 
2014-01-13 04:03:00 PM

ROAD TRIP!!

 
2014-01-13 04:03:02 PM
I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.
 
2014-01-13 04:03:47 PM

indarwinsshadow: Hey, perfect. Want to try something different and really really good?

[draftnotesva.files.wordpress.com image 850x1147]

One of the best beers you'll ever try. Love this stuff.


THIS!!!!
 
2014-01-13 04:04:04 PM
Nah.  It's easy.  I order whiskey.
 
2014-01-13 04:04:48 PM
Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

www.worldatlas.com


/dig the sound of those crickets
 
2014-01-13 04:04:58 PM
Thanks subby! Bunch of business prospects!
 
2014-01-13 04:05:24 PM
Reinforces that California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oregon/ Washington remain the best states for craft beer.
 
2014-01-13 04:05:24 PM
American breweries?

I'm sure the beer I want isn't on there.
 
2014-01-13 04:07:30 PM
bellsbeer.com

www.craftbrewingbusiness.com
 
2014-01-13 04:07:45 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]



www.thecampuscompanion.com
 
2014-01-13 04:08:13 PM
fark that shiat... Pabst Blue Ribbon.
 
2014-01-13 04:09:51 PM

Sum Guye: TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]


Mexican beer is just American beer but with added bacteria.... good beer exists but not on the North American continent.
 
2014-01-13 04:10:55 PM
The only beer that matters.

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-13 04:11:29 PM
Oh good...

I love Fark beer threads.

They're like have-a-heart traps for hipsters.
 
2014-01-13 04:11:46 PM

CleanAndPure: Sum Guye: TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]

Mexican beer is just American beer but with added bacteria.... good beer exists but not on the North American continent.


HARRUMPH!
 
2014-01-13 04:12:00 PM

SlothB77: Reinforces that California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oregon/ Washington remain the best states for craft beer.


Ringshadow: [bellsbeer.com image 640x469]

[www.craftbrewingbusiness.com image 600x337]


One of the best parts about living in Michigan.
 
2014-01-13 04:12:39 PM
Also, I submitted this article with a worse headline
 
2014-01-13 04:12:39 PM
God dammit.. Every single farking time on these sites I click the picture to expand it just to get the annoying comment dialog..  Such an ass backwards system they have
 
2014-01-13 04:13:53 PM
That's alot of breweries.

/stick with my bourbon at home
//and whatever's cheap and on tap at the bar
 
2014-01-13 04:14:13 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.


I seriously am unsure if this is a masterfully crafted troll, or you are an uber-hipster who should be flagged as such... I NEED TO KNOW
 
2014-01-13 04:15:51 PM

SlothB77: Reinforces that California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oregon/ Washington remain the best states for craft beer.


I love my local breweries here in PA and new ones just seem to keep opening up. The market is going to be over saturated soon but I know at least a couple of the local ones will be around after the bubble pops.
 
2014-01-13 04:16:07 PM
the concentration around san diego is out of control.
 
2014-01-13 04:17:02 PM

Polish Hussar: SlothB77: Reinforces that California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oregon/ Washington remain the best states for craft beer.

Ringshadow: [bellsbeer.com image 640x469]

[www.craftbrewingbusiness.com image 600x337]

One of the best parts about living in Michigan.


forget bells and founders.  so played out.  all the beer snobs are drinking Dark Horse and Kuhnhenn out of Michigan.
 
2014-01-13 04:17:13 PM
Interesting. Three Notch'd is on there, and they only opened a few months ago, but Starr Hill is not...
 
2014-01-13 04:18:01 PM

SlothB77: the concentration around san diego is out of control.


Thats because San Diegans have been desperately grasping for something, anything, to cling to ever since Richard Nixon died.
 
2014-01-13 04:19:16 PM

SmellsLikePoo: AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.

I seriously am unsure if this is a masterfully crafted troll, or you are an uber-hipster who should be flagged as such... I NEED TO KNOW


Since it is AAG, i'm going with a 10/10 here.  That was impressively done.

By the way, what happens if you don't live near Stone (like, say, the opposite coast)?  Can you still have a Double Bastard?
 
2014-01-13 04:19:40 PM

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: They're like have-a-heart traps for hipsters.


Best line of 13 January, 2014.
 
zez
2014-01-13 04:20:17 PM
They got all of the ones in St. Louis but AB/InBev
 
rka
2014-01-13 04:20:35 PM
Going to have a tough time keeping  this up to date here in CO right now. New brewery just opened up on Friday in Westminster. Missing Odd 13 in Lafeyette.
 
2014-01-13 04:25:56 PM
They got Chattahoochee on their next to the Cannon in Columbus, GA.  The problem with this map is that it doesn't differentiate between established and brand new breweries that may or may not exist in a year.

The Cannon - Great beer, great prices, great restaurant.  Just expanded their brewery and has been in town for a while.

Chattahoochee Brewing Company - Barely open (if they are).  No kitchen or actual bar.  I can't even tell from their website if they actually make beer yet.
 
2014-01-13 04:26:34 PM

SlothB77: SmellsLikePoo: AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.

I seriously am unsure if this is a masterfully crafted troll, or you are an uber-hipster who should be flagged as such... I NEED TO KNOW

Since it is AAG, i'm going with a 10/10 here.  That was impressively done.

By the way, what happens if you don't live near Stone (like, say, the opposite coast)?  Can you still have a Double Bastard?


It's on tap at a Mellow Mushroom a half hour from me. And a buddy of mine always texts me a picture if he finds it in a store.

/Georgia
//enjoys a plain ol' Arrogant Bastard occasionally
 
2014-01-13 04:28:28 PM
I really wish I could get Yuengling  in Ontario,  I don't go deep enough into the US to ever see it.

/cue the "that beer is crap" comments
 
2014-01-13 04:29:45 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.


The us has some great brewing, but it's held back by its stupid taste bud destroying trend of overhopping everything. A fad fed by idiots who think that absurd bitterness is "depth of flavor".

Seriously, its like dismissing a gourmet meal as bland and not having flavor because it's not drenched in crazy Harry's gut busting "ring of fire" hot sauce.
 
2014-01-13 04:30:02 PM
togaman2k:  the Cannon in Columbus, GA.  The Cannon - Great beer, great prices, great restaurant.

THIS. Randomly found Cannon after moseying through Columbus after hiking around Pine Mountain. Stop by for a burger and pint anytime I'm near Columbus now.
 
2014-01-13 04:30:31 PM
Wait, is the pride of Warrenville, IL (aka Two Brothers Brewing) included on this map?

(Checks map)

OK, then. Carry on.
 
2014-01-13 04:30:32 PM
Sober just over 4 years now, but boy did I love Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome
 
2014-01-13 04:31:06 PM

SlothB77: Polish Hussar: SlothB77: Reinforces that California, Colorado, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oregon/ Washington remain the best states for craft beer.

Ringshadow: [bellsbeer.com image 640x469]

[www.craftbrewingbusiness.com image 600x337]

One of the best parts about living in Michigan.

forget bells and founders.  so played out.  all the beer snobs are drinking Dark Horse and Kuhnhenn out of Michigan.


Yeah, but you haven't lived if you haven't put your lips around a Big Red Coq
 
2014-01-13 04:32:18 PM
And yeah I know its a troll. But to many people still actually say that stuff seriously
 
2014-01-13 04:32:25 PM

mdeesnuts: It's on tap at a Mellow Mushroom a half hour from me


Wow. Haven't heard that name in many years. I was a very frequent customer at MM in Sandy Springs in the late 70s/early 80s.
 
2014-01-13 04:33:30 PM
Wow, I'm surprised at how current this list is.  They have Galaxy Brewing Co. of Binghamton listed - they only opened a few months ago.  I'm impressed.  More are opening soon though, so it'll be interesting to see how long it takes for them to be added.
 
2014-01-13 04:33:57 PM
The Bruery's Tart of Darkness has converted me to sours.  I have seen the light.  Those are some damn tasty beers.
 
WGJ
2014-01-13 04:35:08 PM
jeannie-ology.com

If it's good enough for him, it's good enough for me.
 
2014-01-13 04:36:32 PM
My favorite:
s17.postimg.org
 
2014-01-13 04:37:10 PM

Boo_Guy: I really wish I could get Yuengling  in Ontario,  I don't go deep enough into the US to ever see it.

/cue the "that beer is crap" comments


Are you still in Guelph like your profile says?  They distribute in New York, so you should be able to get it in Buffalo.  I'm in Michigan and it's sold all over the place here, so I wouldn't think it's that hard to find in New York.
 
2014-01-13 04:37:26 PM

CleanAndPure: American breweries?

I'm sure the beer I want isn't on there.


And we are done here.

My local microbrew is  http://www.nickelbrook.com/. Just fantastic.
 
2014-01-13 04:39:10 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:




/dig the sound of those crickets


I can state firsthand that the brewmaster @ Hourglass (listed), does not overhop.

/ I'll snack on the crickets, thanks.
 
2014-01-13 04:45:13 PM
Can't tell if I'm just overlooking it, but I don't see Tommyknocker Brewery in Idaho Springs.  We visited over the summer and I thought their brews were very good.
 
2014-01-13 04:49:19 PM

Ringshadow: [bellsbeer.com image 640x469]

[www.craftbrewingbusiness.com image 600x337]


I see  my work here is done.

My roommate and his Special Lady Friend were in Grand Rapids this weekend for a family function.  I half jokingly (eh, less than half joking) told them they should stop by Founders and fill up my growler from the *last* time I was on that side of the state.  They said they didn't think they'd have time.

/DIDN'T HAVE TIME TO STOP AT FOUNDERS
//headdesk
///Last time I got the SO a never-bottled special taproom beer... I'm kicking myself for not remembering the name.  What I thought it was is not showing up on the Google, I think I'm mashing it up in my head with a Dragonmead brew.

In any case, damn good.  And strong.  Really, really, really strong.
 
2014-01-13 04:55:14 PM
I've been drinking this lately, its really good...

www.grolsch.co.uk
 
2014-01-13 04:57:41 PM

Deathfrogg: The only beer that matters.

Moose Drool


That one is definitely in my top 5 and at this point in my life, I'm comparing it to several hundred varieties.

The best I've ever had though: New Belgium Brewing's

beerforlunch.net

Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.
 
2014-01-13 04:58:29 PM

Badafuco: Sober just over 4 years now, but boy did I love Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome


Congratulations!
 
2014-01-13 05:00:13 PM

Polish Hussar: Boo_Guy: I really wish I could get Yuengling  in Ontario,  I don't go deep enough into the US to ever see it.

/cue the "that beer is crap" comments

Are you still in Guelph like your profile says?  They distribute in New York, so you should be able to get it in Buffalo.  I'm in Michigan and it's sold all over the place here, so I wouldn't think it's that hard to find in New York.


I'd have to try Michigan,  I'm not allowed to drive in New York anymore.

/I payed the speeding ticket,  but I refuse to pay an admin. fee to remove the points it caused since I'm not even a NY resident.
 
2014-01-13 05:00:14 PM
Unless I'm missing a bigger version somewhere in TFA, you can't farking read it.
 
2014-01-13 05:00:16 PM

busy chillin': My favorite:
[s17.postimg.org image 420x455]


I've got a recipe for that right here...
 
2014-01-13 05:11:25 PM

Polish Hussar: Boo_Guy: I really wish I could get Yuengling  in Ontario,  I don't go deep enough into the US to ever see it.

/cue the "that beer is crap" comments

Are you still in Guelph like your profile says?  They distribute in New York, so you should be able to get it in Buffalo.  I'm in Michigan and it's sold all over the place here, so I wouldn't think it's that hard to find in New York.


I'm in metro Detroit, too. Where do you find Yuengling, besides over the border in Ohio?
 
2014-01-13 05:19:22 PM

ferretman: Badafuco: Sober just over 4 years now, but boy did I love Samuel Smith's Winter Welcome

Congratulations!


This!
 
2014-01-13 05:24:23 PM

ubermensch: Polish Hussar: Boo_Guy: I really wish I could get Yuengling  in Ontario,  I don't go deep enough into the US to ever see it.

/cue the "that beer is crap" comments

Are you still in Guelph like your profile says?  They distribute in New York, so you should be able to get it in Buffalo.  I'm in Michigan and it's sold all over the place here, so I wouldn't think it's that hard to find in New York.

I'm in metro Detroit, too. Where do you find Yuengling, besides over the border in Ohio?


Damnit, my mind is playing tricks on me again.
 
2014-01-13 05:24:28 PM

Maul555: I've been drinking this lately, its really good...

[www.grolsch.co.uk image 600x600]


Oh good god man!  How can your intestines deal with the European version of Coors?
 
2014-01-13 05:25:17 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]


/dig the sound of those crickets


Heh, heh. Couldn't agree more. Fortunately, there actually are a handful of small breweries out there that brew good non-hoppy beers. You have to really dig to find them, but it's often well worth the effort.
 
2014-01-13 05:26:28 PM

Deathfrogg: The only beer that matters.

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 500x337]


You know, it's entirely possible that beer wouldn't have made it through it's early years without my help.  I did my best to help with funding :)

/2 kegs in the shop right now
//ok, honestly, 1.5 kegs
 
2014-01-13 05:27:56 PM
World's worst beer (as ranked by Ratebeer) gets no love. But at least it's Naturally bad.

res.cloudinary.com
 
2014-01-13 05:40:41 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]


/dig the sound of those crickets


I live near Lost Abbey brewery, and they'd take issue with your map.

barleypapa.files.wordpress.com

/Mmmmm, Lost & Found.
 
2014-01-13 05:42:08 PM

The Dog Ate My Homework: TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]


/dig the sound of those crickets

Heh, heh. Couldn't agree more. Fortunately, there actually are a handful of small breweries out there that brew good non-hoppy beers. You have to really dig to find them, but it's often well worth the effort.


I think weyerbacher's blithering idiot is a very good Belgium style barleywine which isn't imported to where I live. Still, I would normally go for the real deal and just go for a rocheford 10, sint bernardus abt or a gouden carolus; cuvee van de keizer edition.
 
2014-01-13 05:45:44 PM

SewerSquirrels: Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.


I didn't like beer until I tried a good sour, that was my gateway.
I'm not sure it's anything like your long-lost "Clutch", but if you haven't tried this:

www.foodandthought.co.uk

... you may want to give it a shot.  Still certainly the best sour ale I've ever had.
 
2014-01-13 05:46:49 PM
coopaleworks.com
 
2014-01-13 05:58:56 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.


AverageAmericanGuy has just lobbed a lit match into a warehouse full of fireworks. Let's see what happens!

/Bravo!
 
2014-01-13 06:03:35 PM

Gawdzila: SewerSquirrels: Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.

I didn't like beer until I tried a good sour, that was my gateway.
I'm not sure it's anything like your long-lost "Clutch", but if you haven't tried this:

[www.foodandthought.co.uk image 315x375]

... you may want to give it a shot.  Still certainly the best sour ale I've ever had.


Thanks! Hopefully I can find that one locally. If not, I have an excuse to make a run to Blue Max (the regional beer heaven).
 
2014-01-13 06:05:33 PM
My local go-to...

beerpulse.com
(Yes, it is a bit over-hopped, but I like it that way. Meh. :P)

Failing that, I can usually find this most places I wander...

gastrotraveling.com
 
2014-01-13 06:11:01 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: Here's the same map with all of the US breweries that overhop their ales removed:

[www.worldatlas.com image 559x368]


/dig the sound of those crickets


Ah. So you're that guy.
 
2014-01-13 06:17:56 PM
They missed a bunch in northwest Arkansas. Core Brewing Company makes the best ESB I've ever had.
 
2014-01-13 06:20:45 PM

SewerSquirrels: Deathfrogg: The only beer that matters.

Moose Drool

That one is definitely in my top 5 and at this point in my life, I'm comparing it to several hundred varieties.

The best I've ever had though: New Belgium Brewing's



Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.


They make the sour brown ale la folie and another sour that's dry hopped. I buy every la folie I find.
 
2014-01-13 06:24:15 PM

BKITU: AverageAmericanGuy: I follow the following rules:

1. Is it local? I only drink beer that is brewed close to where I am purchasing it.
2. Is it organic? I won't drink a beer that isn't using the safest ingredients.
3. Is it either a lambic or an IPA? I will only drink beers that have a noticeable depth of flavors.

That's it. I don't mess around with unhopped beers unless they are sour lambics. The blandest I'll go is Stone's Double Bastard ale.

AverageAmericanGuy has just lobbed a lit match into a warehouse full of fireworks. Let's see what happens!

/Bravo!


Yeah, I found that a bit confounding and then I realized people are different. Some people eat cilantro willingly. Cilantro and parsley leaves look almost identical, but if I roll a parsley leaf between my fingers and then sniff it, I don't end up scrubbing my hand in Clorox solution afterward.

Then again, some IPA's are quite good & some lambics are a good dessert beverage. I don't know why anybody would drink them all the time though.
 
2014-01-13 06:39:02 PM
Once upon a bender I had (what I think was) an excellent chocolate stout. I have no idea what it was and I haven't been able to find it since. Anybody have an idea of what it might have been?
 
2014-01-13 06:39:49 PM

SewerSquirrels: Deathfrogg: The only beer that matters.

Moose Drool

That one is definitely in my top 5 and at this point in my life, I'm comparing it to several hundred varieties.

The best I've ever had though: New Belgium Brewing's

[beerforlunch.net image 300x300]

Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.


Makes sense that the greatest. band. ever. is also a great beer!
 
2014-01-13 07:09:54 PM

Burns like hellfire: SewerSquirrels: Sadly, no longer available. I would have happily sacrificed my liver on this alter.

Makes sense that the greatest. band. ever. is also a great beer!


Yep. First show I saw was Elephant Riders...must have been 16 years ago. Simply delightful. I don't remember how many times I've seen them since. I always think I'm to old for the mosh, but I always end up in there sooner or later.
 
2014-01-13 07:45:04 PM
wow!  They have Growlers on there!


/where they don't sell bottles, but you can get a .... wait for it ....  GROWLER filled.
 
2014-01-13 08:37:41 PM
They missed the Blue Moon Brewery at the Sandlot or whatever the place in right field of Coors Field is...they have a couple of good beers that I've only seen there and the Great American Beer Festival.  I'm not sure if they still make it but they had a beer called Right Field Red or something like that, it was pretty good if you like reds.

/Go Rockies
//Go Broncos
///WOOOOOOOOOOOOO
 
2014-01-13 08:40:02 PM

meddleRPI: Interesting. Three Notch'd is on there, and they only opened a few months ago, but Starr Hill is not...


How is three notch'd?
 
2014-01-13 08:44:27 PM
LUCID Foto. Local brew in Minneaolis. Tried it last week while enduring the Polar Vortex. Not too shabby.
 
2014-01-13 10:00:13 PM
Nobody has reproduced my fave just yet. (Gotta bring the bottle back for "das Pfand" one of these days...):

i1235.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-13 10:15:10 PM
Not on the map: If you're ever up in the Antelope Valley north of Los Angeles, stop in at the Kinetic Brewing Company on Lancaster Blvd. in Lancaster and order a "Rusted Gear." You'll thank me.

/Their most popular brew. An American Brown Ale; I'd describe it as a "sweet Guinness".
 
2014-01-13 10:29:38 PM

Deathfrogg: The only beer that matters.

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 500x337]


Deathfrogg speaks the truth.
 
2014-01-13 10:50:27 PM

idesofmarch: Wow, I'm surprised at how current this list is.  They have Galaxy Brewing Co. of Binghamton listed - they only opened a few months ago.  I'm impressed.  More are opening soon though, so it'll be interesting to see how long it takes for them to be added.


There are a ton of places in both Alabama and Arkansas that aren't on the map, and those are the only two states whose brewing scenes I've got any knowledge of.
 
2014-01-13 10:52:13 PM

natgod: They missed a bunch in northwest Arkansas. Core Brewing Company makes the best ESB I've ever had.


LOVE me some Core ESB. They're also missing Fossil Cove and at least one or two others from NWA, plus Stone's Throw and Flyway in LR... yet Refined Ale is on there? I dunno where they got their Arkansas data from.

Hopefully next time I'm in Fayetteville it WON'T be Bikes, Blues and BBQ weekend and I'll be able to actually get out to some of those places.
 
Rat
2014-01-13 10:57:57 PM
i235.photobucket.com

™ plenty to go around
 
2014-01-14 12:56:05 AM
didn't realize central texas has so many breweries; glad to see big texan on the map too.
 
2014-01-14 01:18:00 AM

soakitincider: didn't realize central texas has so many breweries; glad to see big texan on the map too.


They gotta do something to cover up the taste of their water. Besides, alcoholism is practically their official State disease. If you're not a drunk in Texas, they start listening in on your phone calls and watching your house.
 
2014-01-14 01:21:47 AM

soakitincider: didn't realize central texas has so many breweries; glad to see big texan on the map too.


 yuuuuuup.  we drink a lot.
 
2014-01-14 01:23:04 AM

Deathfrogg: soakitincider: didn't realize central texas has so many breweries; glad to see big texan on the map too.

They gotta do something to cover up the taste of their water. Besides, alcoholism is practically their official State disease. If you're not a drunk in Texas, they start listening in on your phone calls and watching your house.


this is 100% true...
 
2014-01-14 01:28:05 AM

Maul555: soakitincider: didn't realize central texas has so many breweries; glad to see big texan on the map too.

 yuuuuuup.  we drink a lot.


unfortunately, the bastrop brewhouse is shutting down at the end of the week. they had a good porter.
 
2014-01-14 03:02:24 AM
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2014-01-14 08:45:25 AM

SewerSquirrels: Once upon a bender I had (what I think was) an excellent chocolate stout. I have no idea what it was and I haven't been able to find it since. Anybody have an idea of what it might have been?


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2014-01-14 04:50:12 PM
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