I would be down for that if I wasnt coming from Canada and therefor buying all my beer in the grocery store, based mostly on price and 4 or 5 cases of beers that look interesting.
You got Cold Smoke out there, right? Bring me a Cold Smoke and I will trade you some glowsticks. My Montana friends aren't coming this year which means we can't do our tradition of them bringing us a Cold Smoke and us drinking it.
Haha yea it sure sounds that way. If I find myself up by Bottleworks soon I'll remember to pick one up. I hate to say it, but I've been pretty let down by a lot of the Stone beers I've had lately. The last great one I remember having was a Japanese green tea IPA collaboration with Baird and Ishii brewing companies. It might have just been the best beer I've ever had, but I try not to convince myself of that since it was a limited release and I'll likely never get to taste it again
Post by imnotveryclever on May 23, 2012 1:53:45 GMT -5
@pea, I've felt the same way about Stone lately. In general, a lot of brewers seem to be be going for the hype and the gimmick of something rather than just making a great beer that might just be amazing in it's simplicity. I miss when Dogfish used to distribute Indian Brown out here. That was my old standby. Oh well. Now I opt for Boulder's Hazed and Infused when I see it.