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post #10381 of 11054
Beavertown Black Betty Brexit.

post #10382 of 11054
Lotsa Brett. 11%. Foams like mad. One dimensional and a tad boring.

post #10383 of 11054
Another new To Ol beer... This one isnt my cup of tea, at all.

post #10384 of 11054

Sharp, tart, hoppy, citrusy:


post #10385 of 11054
Last night, I finally got to visit a Dogfish Head Alehouse (in Falls Church, VIrginia). I like their IPAs and Brown Ale. I find many of their other beers to be too gimmicky. The crab soup was excellent.

post #10386 of 11054
Sunday - Monday - Tuesday

post #10387 of 11054
Over the last several days up at the family cabin in northern GA Smokey Mountains. First time for each and all were excellent. Last foto from friend's place in Wolf Trap National Park, Vienna VA.

post #10388 of 11054
you didnt find it in VA did you? Ive never seen it in DC.
post #10389 of 11054
No. All purchased at Appalachian Beverage Co., Elijay, GA. I think you're also the one who turned m onto Westbrook some time ago? For that, I am VERY grateful!
post #10390 of 11054
OC, had to cancel all reservations for tonight. We rescheduled at the Gibson for cocktails tomorrow. Any recs for dinner tomorrow? A bit late for reservations, I know...
Edited by cocostella - 6/30/16 at 7:38am
post #10391 of 11054
Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

OC, is the Gibson decent? We have reservations there before dinner at Pearl Dive. For that matter, is Pearl Dive ok?

It might have been me. I used to drink their gose. I just havent ever seen it in DC outside of Churhkey bar. (in Logan circle)

Gibson is nice, drinks are pretty boozy. I also think they pump oxygen in there...not that thats a bad thing.

I like pearl dive a lot, but have never had any of the food there. Logan circle is a cool part of DC, I go there a lot probably only second to shaw/blagdon alley bars and restaurants.
post #10392 of 11054

​The Lost Abbey - Red Poppy.


Opened to commemorate the 100th anniversary of The Battle of the Somme.


Puts everything into perspective.

post #10393 of 11054
Would've guessed raspberry, would've guessed 8%.

Thank you, Crooked Stave, for this superb 12% OA blueberry sour.

post #10394 of 11054

nice! That is made about 2 miles from my house.

post #10395 of 11054
Lucky bugger...
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