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  1. #811
    Just remembered - I'll be on a small road trip this Thursday and swinging by my buddy's place to pick up the stash of Lawson's Finest he has for me. Looking at the photo, it looks like I have:



    Double Sunshine IPA
    Big Hapi
    Triple Play IPA
    Fayston Maple Imperial Stout
    Permagrin Rye
    Maple Tripple - not sure which year and which barrel it was aged in

    I cannot wait. These things are like to gold to those of us who don't frequent the MRV.

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    Guinness draught in the bottles.....keep it in the bottle or use a glass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HD333 View Post
    Guinness draught in the bottles.....keep it in the bottle or use a glass?
    Gotta pour it into a glass if for no other reason than that you get to watch that glorious display of bubbles mooving downward that is so classically Guinness!

    '07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season, 60 days '14-'15 season 60 days, '15-'16 season 52 days, '16-'17 season: 50 days '07-'17 seasons: 515 Days

    '17 - '18 Season:
    November: 12,18,19,24,26 (Mount Snow)
    December: 2,3,10,16,17,23,26,29,20,31 (Mount Snow) 9 (Stratton)
    January: 1,6,7,14,20,26,28 (Mount Snow) 15 (Willard) 27 (Stratton)
    February: 3 (Bromley) 4 (The Hermitage) 9,10 (Stratton) 11,17,19,20 (Mount Snow) 18 (Magic)

  4. #814
    Doing it Doggie Style tonight...
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    "Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own." ~ Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

  5. #815
    I know I did a TR on this brew back in March when they tapped a keg of it up in the Station Taproom at Mount Snow during the Stations last weekend of operation this past season, but Ayinger Brau Weisse is totally going to be my summer beer this year!



    This to my taste buds is what a summer wheat beer is all about! Nice semi cloudy medium yellow color, smallish head on the pour. Nice floral aroma inside of the glass. A clean, crisp first taste that has a mild/moderate spicey/citrusy finish. Works quite well to me with a wedge of lemon being my preference slightly over a wedge of orange. And at 5.1% ABV it has a bit higher alcohol content than many summer brews. Plus at about $3.50 for a 750ml bottle at a couple of my better stocked local package stores its quite reasonable for what it brings!
    '07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season, 60 days '14-'15 season 60 days, '15-'16 season 52 days, '16-'17 season: 50 days '07-'17 seasons: 515 Days

    '17 - '18 Season:
    November: 12,18,19,24,26 (Mount Snow)
    December: 2,3,10,16,17,23,26,29,20,31 (Mount Snow) 9 (Stratton)
    January: 1,6,7,14,20,26,28 (Mount Snow) 15 (Willard) 27 (Stratton)
    February: 3 (Bromley) 4 (The Hermitage) 9,10 (Stratton) 11,17,19,20 (Mount Snow) 18 (Magic)

  6. #816
    While I appreciate a good brew, I don't get quite as hyped up about beer as most of you guys.

    That said, I was freakin' STOKED to see Long Trail announce that they are introducing both Long Trail Ale and Blackberry Wheat in a can format.

    Cans are definitely the superior format for away from the home (or restaurant/bar) imbibing. Nice to see the Craft Brewers starting to produce their products in cans.

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    I still miss Catamount

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    While I appreciate a good brew, I don't get quite as hyped up about beer as most of you guys.

    That said, I was freakin' STOKED to see Long Trail announce that they are introducing both Long Trail Ale and Blackberry Wheat in a can format.

    Cans are definitely the superior format for away from the home (or restaurant/bar) imbibing. Nice to see the Craft Brewers starting to produce their products in cans.
    Long Trail in cans = AWESOME. Love this trend.

  9. #819
    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    While I appreciate a good brew, I don't get quite as hyped up about beer as most of you guys.

    That said, I was freakin' STOKED to see Long Trail announce that they are introducing both Long Trail Ale and Blackberry Wheat in a can format.

    Cans are definitely the superior format for away from the home (or restaurant/bar) imbibing. Nice to see the Craft Brewers starting to produce their products in cans.
    I saw this the other day as well and was pumped. Maybe those cans will get distributed a little farther west. I'm down to one Long Trail left from the stock we brought out here with us in December.

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  10. #820
    You are out in the center of craft beer, while I like Long Trail there are a lot of amazing options out there!

    It is cool to see cans taking off, so much easier to bring with you, even for tailgating and the such.

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