That was probably my first large craft beer that I really enjoyed.For some reason Fat Tire gets lots of hate around here but I love an occasional one.
One of the first craft beers I really craved in the ‘90s.
Ive been contemplating brewing an amber.
Was on the cape last fall. Hit six breweries in 7 days.Cape is fine. My favorite spot is wellfleet and chatham in the off season. Sandwich is running up fine from behind
Yup, definitely agree with thatTreehouse is opening up a brewery in Sandwich on the beach. That town is no longer going to be the hidden gem. It's going to get destroyed.
I come from the east and do the kamikaze death turn to on coming traffic. I'm surprised there's not more accidents there. It pays to take the mass pike past it and come back. Plus good excuse to hit the bbq placeYup, definitely agree with that
I live like 10 mi from there. Totally screwed up the traffic on rt 20 when they put the brewery in in Charlton.
Never seen a stout look like that color. Is there any roasted grains in that?View attachment 716160View attachment 716161View attachment 716162I think this last Mortalis stout I’ll buy for a while, I opened it before it turned thankfully. Very carbonated which seems odd and I don’t recall from the other can I had a couple weeks ago. Their stouts don’t age well which is unfortunate.
Update - as it warms up it’s becoming astringent.
The OH beers were damn delicious as usual.
Never seen a stout look like that color. Is there any roasted grains in that?