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GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: This week rollcall
« Last post by Vas Deferens on October 15, 2018, 11:37:56 am »
Have free Johnny Marr ticket to give away...
Thurs, 10/11

Blind Melon-No Rain. Trader Joe's. I hated this song with a passion when it was overplayed on the VT radio station I listened to back when it was released. Now I think it's ok given that I only hear it once every five years.. We had just dashed into TJ's sans umbrellas in a rainstorm and it was playing. Perfect.

Talking Heads-Uh Oh, Love Comes to Town. Whole Foods. Uh Oh, second time I've heard this song in a short period of time at WF. Maybe they have just a handful of songs on endless replay. In my younger years I have worked in that kind of environment and I think it qualifies as a minor form of abuse.
« Last post by Space Freely on October 15, 2018, 11:08:21 am »
TL; DR - 2,500 miles later and this stack of beer*


Dancing Gnome - Great brewery, snagged some cans, love hitting up this spot

Brew Gentlemen - Great brewery, food trucks, growlers only, have been there a bunch, and had too much other beer to hunt down

Equilibrium - Nothing to speak of other than the beer which was actually the best hops of the entire week. Raining Belma is what Treehouse used to taste like, just perfection.

Shitty town, shitty parking lot, no way to sample their beer, a few giant pear shaped dudes and myself waiting for beer. Phish playing on the blue tooth speaker. An ongoing feud with the bar literally connected to the brewery keeps them from serving there, which is just ridiculous.

Hudson Valley Brewing - Overall the best beer of the trip, definitely making the most unique beer that I have had access to in recent months. Everything just works. Loaded up on a bunch of cans, less than 10 people hanging in the brewery all evening, hand about 8 tasters. For the first time in weeks cans lasted through the week so I was lucky to get a good amount.

Fiddlehead - I was there less than 10 mins to just grab cans. Under contstruction, no one there, I'm actually surprised they're still surviving in the beer nirvana up there.

Foam - Coolest and funnest brewery of the trip, however, the beer in my opinion was a bit of a let down. All of the haze tasted the same and really tasted pretty green/hot. Killer tunes and great vibe right on lake Champlain. Playlist included Can, Talking Heads, Miles, Phish, Hendrix, Beastie Boys, etc. I had very high hopes, but all in all, I think I'm hazed out.

Alchemist - I had to go for old time's sack, but Heady just ain't what it used to be for me. Malty, bitter, etc... Crazy that a few years ago this was the DIPA that everyone died for. Beautiful new brewery, free samples of Crusher, Focal, and Heady. No music, and the average age was 55+. We stuck around for about 20 mins and grabbed some beers to go.

*All beer was kept at 85 degrees in a van

Nice. No stop at Suarez?
« Last post by Space Freely on October 15, 2018, 11:01:47 am »
Anybody else hit up Snallygaster on Saturday? We took Metro in. We had to switch trains on the way home, and as soon as the train door opened, one person in our party flew out the door and projectile vomited on the platform several time. Another person had to pee so bad that they urinated on the platform. This was my first beer festival, I guess now I know what they are all about.

*Note: Neither of the two people mentioned were me.
GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: This week rollcall
« Last post by K8teebug on October 15, 2018, 10:42:21 am »
Johnny Marr Wednesday
Big Freedia Thursday
« Last post by K8teebug on October 15, 2018, 09:42:06 am »
Have been drinking Sip of Sunshine and Super Session #7 myself since picking some up in NY after the Wineglass Marathon!
« Last post by sweetcell on October 14, 2018, 11:58:10 pm »
y'all really need to get on this:

3 Stars presents: HOPFUNKFEST III
Sun. October 21st
We are at it again, bringing some of the best beers in the country right into DCís back yard.

We will be showcasing tons of hop forward and sour beers in a celebration of everything delicious. Food vendors, live music performances and so much more. We have limited the number of tickets available this time around to cut down on lines.

This event will sell out and there will be no door tickets.

General Admission:
Tickets are $10 for GA which gains you entrance, a custom glass, and your first 2 drink tickets.

There are also a limited quantity of VIP experience packages which will get you into the event an hour before GA (12pm start time for VIP), a VIP giftbag, and 4 additional drink tickets, plus a limited release 4-pack, these packages are $50 and available on a first come, first served basis.

All tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. .  .
GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Last post by dyecraig on October 14, 2018, 08:15:53 pm »
I think you should watch it.
i liked the chamber music arrangements and the musicianship was outstanding (no surprise).
always liked the 1st tune and glad he finished with a classic.
GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: What Are You Listening To?
« Last post by hutch on October 14, 2018, 05:29:11 pm »
Hall and Oates - Rich Girl
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