I like to thank Sean Nordquist and Creative Foafing. From all the ome brewers in the Tampa Bay area, For bringing
to light the great hobby we have. Thanks from Jay Lesher The welder,Brewery builder and Avid Home Brewer.If you would Like to see more of my Back Yard Breweries add my Building breweries Across America Look me up on Face Book under Jay lesher or on GOOGlE Jay Lesher The Welder.Brew
On America!! JTW.
I lived in Denver during the rise of the Microbrewery movement. New Belgium was ahead of the pack in distribution, the first, and for a long time the only beer available on tap in corner bars. It's not the best beer from New Belgium, let alone from the myriad of breweries on the front range; but it was an innovative and inoffensive first entry into the broader market. And Yes, 1554 is markedly superior!
I'm am just a regular beer drinker but I think what makes a beer popular is a lot of people liking it.unknowledgeable beer drinkers are u kidding ,if we all like dogfish u would be the first to call Everyone tools for liking it.I love my number 9 but I still love a cold champagne of beers once in a while.
HERE IN LAKELAND FL. RUBY TUESDAY'S HAS FLAT TIRE BEER ON THE DRINK'S SIDE BUT DON'T CARRY IT, WE ASKED WHY AND THEY HAD NO IDEA, I LIKE TO JUST TRY ONE, BECAUSE I LOVE THE BOTTLE, I JUST WANT ONE BOTTLE FOR THE BOTTLE, HOW ABOUT SELLING IT IN THE STORE'S HERE LIKE PUBLIX, WINN-DIXIE, SWEETBAY, JUST SO I CAN HAVE ONE OF THOSE BOTTLES......
I am from Colorado, and it is almost a sin to say this is the presence of anybody who even remotely fancies themselves a beer drinker. And forgive me father for I have sinned...Fat Tire IS the least of the line, and agreed, 1554 and Mothership have a special place in my palette as well. I also rather enjoy Sunshine wheat and Blue Paddle, both excellent brews from New Belgium. Seasonal brews are also most often rather good, but I found this springs offering to be somewhat harsh and lackluster. Hopefully they extend more to you guys as well. Also check out Breckenridge Brewery (Denver, CO) and/or Left Hand Brewery (Longmont, CO) if available or if you are ever visiting Colorado.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard people wax on about "fat tire" "so good" "best beer" "can never find it". I've tried it, and have asked my self the same question. Whats the big deal? Great post!
Bravo! I'm quite pleased that your beer reviews are now published regularly. I read a lot of beer-writing, and there's a lot of schlock out there written by unknowledgeable people. You clearly know your stuff, care about fine ales, and convey all of this through your fine writing.
Since a certain local beer joint has tapped a keg of Dogfish 120, I'm curious to hear your thoughts of this leviathan, since I am totally gay for all things Dogfish.
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