We usually get our Denver to Maui flights for $500-$600 and either direct or one stop. Our last trip to HI this past May was less than $500 w/ one stop.
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Jeez, you guys are getting me jealous. We just had our first frost up here in RI yesterday. Hawai'i is definitely on my bucket list, but the Keys are a perfectly acceptable substitute until I can get there (even if I can't hunt the deer on Big Pine). Southwest gets me to Ft Lauderdale cheap, and once you get past Miami the car ride is fantastic. Nothing beats being able to wade out hundreds of feet from shore on Bahia Honda, still be in knee-deep water, and sight cast to fish cruising the flats.
I agree with you Carl, just have fun giving you a hard time. Though I do think, in some ways, the gulf is prettier than the beaches of Hawaii. That said, I'd dig having a coffee tree.
Ranger IPA is decent. But I'm not a huge fan of their beers. This why I asked before buying a six-pack of Red Hoptober!
Yeah, I wasn't that excited about it either. Odell's seasonal red, however, is great.
Thing is, I don't want to add more hops. I want to reduce the hops and keep balance which is why I wanted to back down the crystal. I like the flavour and aroma of hops but I'm not as ecstatic about over the top bitterness.
I'm not unhappy with my current APAs as much as I want to make something that is a bit more refreshing, more easy drinking for my friends who aren't as into craft beers. I've tried doing blonds etc but I want a bit more hop character.
The one major issue the Seattle area has is the lack of commuter train coverage. We have one light rail that goes from downtown to the airport, and they are supposedly working on a train to downtown Bellevue, but that is in like 2017. For as progressive as we think we are, we are way behind on public transportation.