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post #5296 of 7382
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Originally Posted by pscolari View Post

http://www.beermenus.com/?order=nearby#places

Thanks, cool site.
Looks like I need to find an excuse to pay a visit to my Alma Mater
http://www.beermenus.com/places/8240-the-pub-univesity-of-chicago (and that's only what's in the taps...and the pitcher prices are always very reasonable).
post #5297 of 7382
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Kyle- Did you ever eat at Pizza Rustica (across the street from TAC Quick) when you lived in that area? They've moved across the street into a much larger space and gotten a liquor license. No taps but they often have an interesting bottle selection.

Never a long beer list, but usually has some hard to find picks (had a KBS there last weekend).
Only once, but I remember it being decent. They DEFINITELY didn't have a nice beer list back then
post #5298 of 7382
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post

Only once, but I remember it being decent. They DEFINITELY didn't have a nice beer list back then

They were BYOB (which I actually preferred). There are two pizzas there that I enjoy...I literally have not ordered anything else in 2 years or so. A whole pizza, half potato rosemary (with added sausage) and half tropicale (add jalepeno). The other pizzas just don't work well with their goofy biscuity crust.
post #5299 of 7382
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Originally Posted by pscolari View Post

I guess it depends on what you are looking for taste-wise and whether you want to go to a bar or retail for bottle or growler fills. There are a ton of options in Brooklyn where I am. Occasionally I will bring back bottles from Whole Foods in Tribeca or Houston. Both have a great selection of bottles and growler fills. Take a look at beermenus.com as it is a good jumping off point.

Here's a link with Queens as the location then you can sort places nearby.

http://www.beermenus.com/?order=nearby#places

basically, i have to go to astoria frown.gif which is like going to manhattan anyway...
post #5300 of 7382
Zomg. Breckenridge 471 Double IPA is amazeballs.
post #5301 of 7382
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Is FW Sucaba (Abacus) worth the $?  Left a bottle on the shelf today, kind of kicking myself.

 

well worth it

 

 

post #5302 of 7382
Point wholehog IPA. Very good
post #5303 of 7382
My journey to drink my last juicy is being put on hold prob for at least a few more months.
post #5304 of 7382
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

I think you can only get it in Texas, but if you are ever out here see if you can hunt down Lakewood Brewing's The Temptress. Best milk stout I've ever had.

It was indeed delicious
post #5305 of 7382
i dont really like the rosso e marrone. anybody want to trade for it?
post #5306 of 7382
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

i dont really like the rosso e marrone. anybody want to trade for it?

What do you want for it?
post #5307 of 7382
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Originally Posted by Pilot View Post

It was indeed delicious

Nice. Are you in DFW or are they selling that in other places now?
post #5308 of 7382
looking to buy 3 bottles of founder's kbs. located in ny. please let me know if you are willing to sell.
post #5309 of 7382
$125 too much? I'll include shipping.
post #5310 of 7382
Anderson Valley Bourbon Barrel Stout. Very nice, rich and balanced. Never heard of it before and it ended up being a nice surprise.
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