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Did NLC make an announcement? Kinda weird to get upset at the club. There was an email back in March about it but I hadn't heard anything else until the sold out email Sunday. Couldn't find an NLC announcement on Twitter or FB. Oh well. I don't remember getting any Beer Club notice about the advent ...
Didn't even know they were available until I got the email saying they were sold out. What did they order, 10? Last year there were plenty available.
I managed to get one at the Merchant as well. Pretty nice! Looking forward to their collab with Mill St.
I gave Horse Chops a 2.75 on my initial try. It had an aerosol taste to me (not uncommon to me in IPAs). Then on the 2nd try, after it settled in the growler, I gave it a 4. It was a huge improvement. IMO everyone's opinion is valid, even if you don't agree with it. The idea that only some people ar...
I really like their beers, wish it was more accessible. Got 2 empty growlers and no way to get them filled.
I'm thankful for the opportunity to try these as well but I think my tastes are a bit different. I'm glad there's more of a variety of styles this year. There's only been a few I wasn't into. Although I enjoyed the Biir the massive head on it was a drag (had to scoop it off). I too didn't enjoy the ...
St-Ambroise is pretty much the only stout I've tried and liked.
UXO wrote:Well, it might not be impartial, but it's accurate. The Martello is much improved, but still can't hold a candle to the St-Ambroise, which may in my humble opinion be the best stout in Canada.
It doesn't have that common hop flavour that all Garrison have that makes most Garrison products unpleasant to me. So I enjoyed this much more. Enjoying the calendar so far. Anxiously waiting for the day 3 review. I am a few days ahead since I will be gone next week. But I think day 3 is almost a cl...
I liked the Honey Lavender. Light, interesting flavours. Not something I'd drink frequently though.
The Schlenkerla Weizen tasted like Beggin' Strips smell. Smoked beers are not for me.
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Good to see you both, that was a fun evening.
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