That doesn't sound delicious.PatHobby wrote:That Clownshoes Space Cake Double IPA is so freaking delicious. Tastes like fruit punch.
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Meant to say thanks for the plug, there. However, I felt alright on Sunday.ColonelCash wrote:http://forum.expressobeans.com/viewtopi ... 27m+a+messjjbehren wrote:Tried Sculpin for the first time last night. Good, but nothing truly special. Wonder if it was a bit too old.
P.S. I slept on the bathroom floor. Got drymounting hammered. Started with 2 Sculpins and didn't slow down.
Also, drank the 3 Floyds Chico King from the Beer Camp box last night. Really liked it, but a bit malty for a Pale Ale.
Thanks guys. I thought some of the Surly varieties were alright... I will try to check out the brewery next week. If I can't get out of work to check it out, the worst case scenario will be getting drunk at Sea Salts (Minihaha [sp?] falls)jjbehren wrote:Those are the big two, for sure. Surly would probably be the priority, but Indeed is a little more centrally located (assuming you'll be near downtown).partpat wrote:kcn0 wrote:I will be in the Minneapolis, MN area next week. Any suggestions on breweries or beers I can only get in that area?
My last few trips included a lot of , but I was curious to see what other people like, suggest, etc.
Indeed and Surly come to mind.
Summit in St. Paul is the big guy in town, if you want something a little less "tap room". Their EPA is my "everyday" beer.
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Sounds like they made a bad IPA. I thought they were supposed to taste like pinecones and cat piss?RambosRemodeler wrote:That doesn't sound delicious.PatHobby wrote:That Clownshoes Space Cake Double IPA is so freaking delicious. Tastes like fruit punch.
If you're in that area of the city exclusively, head to Buster's (http://busterson28th.com/). They have a fantastic beer selection.kcn0 wrote:Thanks guys. I thought some of the Surly varieties were alright... I will try to check out the brewery next week. If I can't get out of work to check it out, the worst case scenario will be getting drunk at Sea Salts (Minihaha [sp?] falls)
Also check out Town Hall Lanes (bad website, but here it is: http://thlanes.com/). It serves Town Hall's beers, which are good-but-not-great, and has a nice non-town-hall beer selection, good food, and bowling.
Thanks for the heads up. I was going to try it but decided to get the new enjoy by instead. Its pretty nice and hoppy but I liked their last batch better.inkedup wrote:Had one of these over the weekend and it was awful, I nearly poured it out.
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Enjoy man!!RedRanger wrote:Just completed my first trade and it was with jlabbate who hooked it up quite well! I got the w00tstout 2.0 and Cali Creamin' from another trade and everything else from jlabbate.
Hope those Maine beers treat you good..and nice score with the WOOTstout...delicious!
have one in the fridge that i need to drink.kansasbbq wrote:Seriously?PatHobby wrote:That Clownshoes Space Cake Double IPA is so freaking delicious. Tastes like fruit punch.