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Old 02-08-2013, 07:00 PM   #11
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Great Lakes Conway's Irish Ale is an awesome seasonal beer that's available now. I also went to a Great Lakes tasting event a few weeks ago, and they are getting ready to release a new beer in February called Alchemy Hour Double IPA, probably hands down the best IPA I've ever had (and a double at that). It was over 9% I think, but very smooth, balanced, and amazing hop flavor.

As mentioned, Fat Head's Headhunter IPA is a very good IPA too.

BTW...just saw unionrdr's comment about the West Side Market, unfortunately it is closed right now for several weeks due to a fire Cleanup crews are cleaning top to bottom...otherwise this would have been a great place to visit too while in town.

itzkramer - I just read that only the cafe is open, as well as the produce arcade: http://www.19actionnews.com/story/21...fe-is-now-open or see here: http://www.westsidemarket.org/


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Old 02-08-2013, 07:44 PM   #12
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Sweet, sent her a long list. She comes back tomorrow so hopefully she can get a hold of some of these


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If she stumbles onto a Giant Eagle food store,they have Great Lakes & all kinds of others,including lambics.
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Steve and his gyros. That guy knows how to make a sammich.
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Steve and his gyros. That guy knows how to make a sammich.
Oh man. Good thing we don't live close to west side market. I'd be a lot heavier from his gyros & the German sausage from the other guy. Then head over to Great Lakes for some commador perry to wash it down.
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Headhunter for sure.


Also founders breakfast stout or porter.

Edmund Fitzgerald is also a very solid porter but Id personally choose founders 9/10 times.

She could probably find some hopslam, but I'm personally not the biggest fan, many are though.


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