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On 1/28/2021 at 9:36 AM, Don Quixote said:

I'm not drinking anything now (though I guess it is 5:00 somewhere), but I was thinking that I should take advantage of some breweries shipping stuff out-of-state while it lasts.  Anybody got any breweries that are pretty local that would be otherwise hard to get for me in VA now offering shipping to VA that you highly recommend?  Or know of good local breweries in general now doing it?  I was looking at some of the Vermont breweries, but it looks like VT does not allow VT breweries to ship their beer directly.

I was reading that Tired Hands in PA is shipping to VA.  Considering that one...

I'll share that Aslin Beer Company that I've posted about (located in Alexandria, VA, where I'm at) is now offering shipping to VA, VT, NH & PA.  

I checked for you but I didn't see anyone doing out of State deliveries- at least for the really good local stuff that isn't distributed Nationally. HOMES, Old Nation, Ascension, Odd Side, Arvon, Speciation, Transient, Austin Brothers, Drafting Table, Eastern Market and Ferndale Project are all making very good to incredible beers but they aren't making it too far from home. 

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17 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

I checked for you but I didn't see anyone doing out of State deliveries- at least for the really good local stuff that isn't distributed Nationally. HOMES, Old Nation, Ascension, Odd Side, Arvon, Speciation, Transient, Austin Brothers, Drafting Table, Eastern Market and Ferndale Project are all making very good to incredible beers but they aren't making it too far from home. 

I'm hitting Transient next week. 

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Just now, FairWarning said:

I'm hitting Transient next week. 

Nice- never been but had plenty of their IPAs and stouts. You will not be disappointed. 

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2 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Nice- never been but had plenty of their IPAs and stouts. You will not be disappointed. 

I live 5 minutes away.  Lets say the pub is very spartan compared to the others in the area.  Usually I go to Tapistry across the street since they are open earlier and close later.

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Just now, FairWarning said:

I live 5 minutes away.  Lets say the pub is very spartan compared to the others in the area.  Usually I go to Tapistry across the street since they are open earlier and close later.

I think Transient's business model was always centered around selling cans which is a little different for small craft brewery. 

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Just now, Ilov80s said:

I think Transient's business model was always centered around selling cans which is a little different for small craft brewery. 

He only sells them in one store in Berrien County, and the rest go to Detroit and Chicago.  He started out at Jolly Pumpkin in Dexter.  He has expanded his brewing capacity quite a bit.  Very odd guy, but a hell of a brewer.   Shoot me a PM if you ever make it out this way. 

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Deschutes....Red Chair 

Block 15.....Sticky Hands.

Hop Valley.....Bubble Stash

I highly recommend these three.  Red Chair is a northwest pale.  It's similar to Mirror Pond.....very refreshing, hoppy, and drinkable. Sticky Hands is a dank, but smooth imperial IPA.  Bubble Stash is a delicious IPA.

 

 

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Converted my kegerator form single tap to double tap yesterday. Went to Tampa Bay Brewing Co toady and grabbed a sixtel of Reef Donkey APA to go with the keg of Calusa's Happy Colors DIPA I had running.

How the F did I live until a month ago without draft beer at home 24/7??

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2 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Thoughts and prayers for your head tomorrow :)

Lol yes. Starting off with a lighter Gin Barrel-Aged Mr Orange with lime.  Will close with the bourbon Barrel 13% Motorbreath Russian Stout.

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7 hours ago, FairWarning said:

Lol yes. Starting off with a lighter Gin Barrel-Aged Mr Orange with lime.  Will close with the bourbon Barrel 13% Motorbreath Russian Stout.

I hope it was all good. With out beautiful weather today, I hit up HOMES. Primer and Nexus, delcious IPAs. Primer is all Michigan hops and itz titz. 

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7 minutes ago, steelerfan1 said:

Big bad Baptista. Out of all the variants I still prefer the original plain Jane.

What is the best variant you have had? 

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2 hours ago, Ilov80s said:

I hope it was all good. With out beautiful weather today, I hit up HOMES. Primer and Nexus, delcious IPAs. Primer is all Michigan hops and itz titz. 

I haven’t seen them here., will ask.  A lot of people here from IN and ILL here for the party.

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48 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

What is the best variant you have had? 

Hi bud, I’ve tried all the varieties and my fav is the original. Maybe the triple barrel is my 2nd, but it’s like they are trying too hard IMO to come up with stuff when they don’t have to.

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So a new BBQ place opened up around the corner from work, boss took us there for lunch. Sauced Brewing Co.  Some great names for beers.....

He had the "Deuce Pigalow" - Double IPA

I went with the "Piggy Style" - Pale Ale

Next time might have to try the "Pig Ol' Bitties" (Blonde) or the "Dirty Little Pig" IPA

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