Anyone ever been to a flying saucer location? http://www.beerknurd.com/stores/
Kind of like Moerlein, but with a much Better beer selection and much better priced. Unfortunately none in Ohio, and it looks like none of their locations are near any sports venues (St Louis location looks close to Busch).
Awesome place, if you love beer and are near one, I highly recommend it!
I've been in love with Great Lakes Rye of the Tiger lately. Worth a shot for the IPA fans.
I've been tempted purchase a sixer of Alimony Ale for awhile now but something was holding me back. On Saturday I finally gave in...should have remained w/ my gut. So bad. Tin lined Tupperware comes to mind. It was the worst IPA I've had in quite a long time. Anybody else had this? Thoughts?
Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.
All the dishes rattle in the cupboards when the elephants arrive
On the topic of downtown beer deals, check out Nicholson's happy hour. $3 drafts of some really good beer.
Went to Whole Foods and they let you build your own 6 pack (at least the one here does) and they have a great selection there.
Here is what I got...
Total came to $24 for the 6 pack. Not a great deal to be honest, but even at an average price of $4 a bottle, that's still cheaper than going to a bar here easily. These beers would probably go for $7-8 each.
Anyone ever done the Jungle Jims Beer Fest? It's this weekend and it seems pretty pricey but I was wondering if anyone here had tried it and if so, was it worth the price?