English-style preferred, American-style tolerated.
Really good American might beat most English for me. I think Twisted Trace is technically American and that's my favorite BABW of all time. I've only had the base beer (Twisted Reality) once or twice and I'm pretty sure it was American.English-style preferred, American-style tolerated.
There is no good non-barrel aged American though.Really good American might beat most English for me. I think Twisted Trace is technically American and that's my favorite BABW of all time. I've only had the base beer (Twisted Reality) once or twice and I'm pretty sure it was American.
I'm gonna be in Wilmette for a couple of days next month. You around? Not sure what kind of flexibility I'll have, but thought I'd at least check.Rev up (heh, get it) the hype machine. on the Original Other Site, in the Great Lakes regional forum, there has been some hints that there will be a Deep Woods release in July that will contain some sort of BA BW....someone called it (pure speculation) V.VSOJ for short.
If it comes to pass, I likely won't get to try or share it with others here, because I don't see myself taking the day off to line up for beer....but I guess you never know!
Yep! If it's a Sunday, we can share beers at Beer on Central in Evanston.
Bourbon barrel barleywine is canoe beer?Me and my wife take a PTO day to kayak and just hang out while the kid is at daycare.
Wife forgets sunscreen and realizes it one block from home, but we are not going back. We can always stop and buy some, right?
Reluctantly stop at the busiest/worst Whole Foods in town for sunscreen, I refuse to go in with her because I hate it.
She says "Go to the liquor store next door and see if they have a good canoe beer."
I check the dusty warm shelf out of habit...
Drinking one now. Still great. One of the most balanced BABWs I've had.