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Old 11-20-2011, 10:09 PM   #676
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I really hope they mass produce it. It was really good.

Eataly, a big italian restaurant/store type place next to Madison square park has s partnership with dogfish. They were completely sold out if faithfull ale in the store, but the bartender at the rooftop beergarden did say that they should have it on draft "soon"
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Old 11-20-2011, 11:06 PM   #677
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Have you ever been to Vapiano around Union Square, Headache?

They usually have seasonal italian beers on draft and bottle with large happy hour specials as well.
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Old 11-20-2011, 11:30 PM   #678
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Have not but will check it out
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Old 11-23-2011, 10:07 PM   #679
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I'm starting to think that chocolate stouts might be my favorite beer. They go down smoothly, and the good ones, like whatever the hell it was that I was just drinking, are surprisingly light.
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Old 11-27-2011, 06:39 PM   #680
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Have you ever been to Vapiano around Union Square, Headache?

They usually have seasonal italian beers on draft and bottle with large happy hour specials as well.
If we are suggesting NYC beer places, The Ginger Man - Home needs to be mentioned. (I assume it is still a great place.)

When my good friends used to live in Brooklyn, they would go to the Ginger Man to write their Christmas cards. You could tell where you fell in the card pile by their increasingly sloppy handwriting and how much they would tell you they love you in the card.
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Boring, safe, middle class rubbish.

Well not really. But I just fancied copying it into any remotely similar thread after I saw it posted on a YouTube clip for the BBC's Christmas ad.
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Old 11-27-2011, 07:43 PM   #682
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If we are suggesting NYC beer places, The Ginger Man - Home needs to be mentioned. (I assume it is still a great place.)

When my good friends used to live in Brooklyn, they would go to the Ginger Man to write their Christmas cards. You could tell where you fell in the card pile by their increasingly sloppy handwriting and how much they would tell you they love you in the card.
The half pint & rattle and hum are my two go to beer bars in NYC
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Lindemans Framboise (what? you know it's good!)
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Casual stuff for the weekends:
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Highly recommend Tap House Grill in the Seattle area. Lots of beers there to try.
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Any other NYC people... a phenomenal craft beer store and tasting room just opened in my hood... City Swiggers on 86th between 1st and 2nd.

Have an amazing bottle selection and 12 or so rotating beers on tap for tasting, growlers etc. Love it.
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I love a good hefeweizen (especially on draft!), and I alternate between these two as favorite. I also think the Sierra Nevada Kellerweis is almost as good as those.

Speaking of SN, this is a great new beer from them. It may be a seasonal, but I hope not.

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no way. don't like it when it tastes like someone put pixie sticks in my beer.
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I love a good hefeweizen (especially on draft!), and I alternate between these two as favorite. I also think the Sierra Nevada Kellerweis is almost as good as those.

Speaking of SN, this is a great new beer from them. It may be a seasonal, but I hope not.

They had that at my health food store! So I got it. I have yet to try their hefeweizen. Sadly, the store did not have it. My cat seems to approve though. It's pretty good, I like it.



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I like it when a man can admit he drinks lambic beers. You are a true American hero.
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