Boulder Beer Co. has a a pretty tasty seasonal out.
Just got back today from the Fall Festival in the Wisconsin Dells that I mentioned a while back on here. One of the highlights-and why I went-was "Wisconsin Dells on Tap," which featured over 40 different Wisconsin microbreweries.
For $20 you can sample as much beer as you want. Needless to say, it was one of the best times I've had in a long time, being in the company of hundreds of fans of good, locally made beer.
I strongly recommend it to all for next year. You won't be sorry. There is an arts and crafts fair, farmers' market, and lots more.
Here was my pick for the best beer that I had at the festival below that I'm referring to. http://www.aleasylum.com/cms/index.p...id=3&Itemid=57
Here is my line up.
3.Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
and that should keep me happy for an hour or so.
Zig, Aren't you like 16 or something? LOL.
don't i wish lol no I'm 48, I have a picture of my kid in my photo album. I'm working on my doctorates degree in kinesiology. I remember telling you I was in school lol but i never thought you would assume I was a kid. I'm very sorry for not be a little more specific on the case matter.
Gotcha. It's dead in here. I don't know how wide the distribution is, but if anyone can their hands on Terrapin's Big Hoppy Monster, they should certainly do so.
Anyone tried this one yet this year? For me, this is about as good as it gets; excellent! However, it is pretty hoppy.
Don't do what I did and drink too many of them: it packs a wallop at almost 7%.
Celebration ale is good. Along with the Fall Anniversary ale, my favorite of the SN seasonals.
No Guinness in the house today, and I needed one after the JP Leen match today.