Shyster wrote:To offer somewhat of a defense of the Sharp Edge being complacent, I would remember that their focus has always been on Belgian beers, not all types of beer in general. Sure, they have beers from other places, but I’ve never expected them to be a go-to place for American micros or anything like that.
Eismann wrote:Picked up today:
St. Bernadus Abt 12
St. Petersburg IRS
Froggy wrote:Eismann wrote:I watched a bad horror movie instead of ot.
Let's go, Pens.
eddysnake wrote:Anderson valley summer solstice was pretty good, it had a little vanilla sweetness to it, almost like a cream soda
count2infinity wrote:Picked up 2 four packs of Fatheads Headhunter to hold me over for a few weeks before I head back to Cleveland for a wedding. Do they sell the stuff around Pittsburgh yet?
Once a year we join the nationwide celebration of brewing known as American Craft Beer Week. We open our doors and pour just about every beer we make (at least 25), from our lightest pilsner to our heaviest stouts. The afternoon “Public Day” is FREE admission with live Americana music by local favorites “The Bogarts” and Buffalo’s “A Band Named Sue.”
Tickets sold for $1 each, with beers served in sample size glasses ranging from 1 ticket to 4 tickets depending on the ‘gravity’ of the beer. Mike & Pete’s BBQ Roadshow will be cooking up some of the best food east of the Mississippi. They will sell their award winning food cash-only.
Public Day at Southern Tier Brewing Company is from 1-5pm Saturday, May 18 at the beautiful grounds of the brewery, 2072 Stoneman Circle, Lakewood, New York. We’re hoping for sun, but the event is rain or shine. Please ask your carpool designated driver to park in one of the lots off of Stoneman
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