That's a good beer! Almost the only good beer they make. I like that they can though.
Good to know. I have been seeing Lewis & Clark beers on the shelves more these days, but this is the only one I have tried.
Their Scottish is the other good one - it's a really good Scottish. Miner's Gold, their Hefe, is the most popular and it's actually decent, but I never thought it was anything to write home about. They have a stout that sucks, a porter that sucks, and a seasonal ESB that sucks.
Post by badchoices on Apr 28, 2014 11:25:33 GMT -5
Three new Bellingham breweries were at the Bellingham April Brews Day Festival this last weekend. Aslan Brewing, Wander Brewing and Gruff Brewing. Aslan and Wander have been marketing like crazy leading up to their opening days. Gruff seemed to be a home brew crew that was there because it was their hometown. I am curious about Gruff's intentions. Aslan is a certified organic brewery and I have been impressed with their Red and IPA. Wander dabbles in some styles that I am not into but I did like their Wee Heavy. Bellingham is slowly starting to resemble Bend in my opinion.
Have you ever tried Austin Beerworks? I recently lived down there and tried it a few times. Their Extra Pale is really nice, especially on swelteringly hot Texas-style weather days.
I was only down there for a week, but I got to try some decent local beer. I remember the Peacemaker Extra Pale Ale mainly from hanging out at the airport. The (512) Brewing Company Pecan Porter was probably the most notable of the beers I got to try down there. Another great one was the Live Oak HefeWeizen.
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I still need to go somewhere and stock up on beer before Friday. I'm thinking about looking for Northern Lights Brewery tomorrow. Grabbed some of that Lewis & Clark Prickly Pear Pale Ale on my way out of MT.
This June, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery will release Rosabi, a well-hopped Imperial Pale Ale brewed with musician Julianna Barwick. An exclusive run of 1,000 cases of six 750ml bottles will be packaged with a 10-inch record of original songs that Julianna composed using sounds from Dogfish Head’s expanded brewery.
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