It's a beer kinda of night ...

imartin

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LuvDog

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My original "holy grail" of New England IPA's. Checked this one off the list in 2016 and many times there after. I think with the quality of brews that are popping up all over, no need to go crazy hunting down beers like this any more as they are not THAT MUCH better than what is likely coming out of a brewery much closer to you. Still fun to hunt down and try all you can, but there is so much quality beer out there it's almost too overwhelming so I drink local or cheap. Will admit that I would love to get my hands on some Treehouse Beers from Massachusetts.
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Isaac

Thats good, but I definitely prefer most of what treehouse has to offer. Trillium also has great stuff and their fruit forward sours are amazing.

Im running a little low on both so I’ll probably run to some day this week to stock back up.

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Calvin45

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Enjoyed this tonight. First time trying the beer. The only beer i’ve liked at this percentage (8.2) that didn’t taste medicinal. Loved it. I like bitter.

The food is a personal favourite from my favourite local restaurant, The Dam Smokehouse. Play on words as there’s a well known hydroelectric dam right where I live. Brisket poutine: house made fries, cheese curds, gravy, smoked brisket meat, and I get mine with jalapeños. It is not good for you. It is good.
 

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