They're brewing 12 beers in collaboration with 12 different breweries. That comes out as a 12 pack this summer. I'll buy that and skip the beer fest -- Sunday afternoon in the middle of July is guaranteed to be hot and sticky in Chicago.
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It causes their body temp to rise crazy fast. Hyperthermia?I asked my vet about this and she consulted some of her professional sources. She told me cats are not at risk from hops and most dogs will just get sick. Greyhounds have the greatest risk and almost all reported fatalities have been greyhounds.
I have read cats are the same. Anytime I'm in the kitchen messing with hops, my butthead of a cat is clawing at me thinking I am messing with cheese or treats.
I'm enjoying a bottle of the 2004 vintage, in honor of ten years in Illinois .......
No offense, but such an anniversary would turn me towards 100 proof and Steel Reserve.
That snarky remark aside, I agree that the Vintage Ale is an incredible beverage.
Looking for kid friendly now. Just found out SWMBO kids will be with us( not our week, caught me by surprise) so any new thoughts? Brewpubs that serve kids will work, but no barsThere is a Rock Bottom on the red line at the Grand stop.
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BrewingRover might have more, as he is local.
Zombie Dust is 6.4% ABV and 60 IBU, hardly in the same category. But if you don't like Citra, you'll hate it.I haven't tried Go To yet, but will look for it soon, at least to give it a try.
I really don't understand the craze with the "session IPA" - for me, the APA is my 'go to" when i want hoppy but lower ABV.
+1 - I don't like any of them I have tried including "All Day IPA" and "Zombie Dust" everyone seems so crazy about. They are horribly unbalanced beers. I can drink one, then I don't want to go back for another. I find regular a standard pale ale much more sessionable. Hell, IPA is more sessionable to me. I can drink IPA "all day" no problem.
It was actually the working title of Don Ho's big hit, Tiny Bubbles.Snotty bubbles? That sounds .... interesting ....Aren't those two of the Powerpuff Girls?
Yeah I just bought a new computer at Costco and was happy to see it was loaded with Windows 7. I thought I would be stuck with 8.
Problem with 7 that I see, is the end of support (that we are soon to see with xp) in 2015.
vs windows 8 which is way further down the pike 2018-2020.
I hear blue bird micro creamery has a heck of a brewer although rumor is he's moving on to bigger things soon so get it while you can! plus, come on, ICE CREAM!!!!And there's a great beer bar across the street, 74th Street Ale House.
Do all tablets work off 3G if you pay for service?You pay extra for a tablet that's got 3G. The basic models are wifi only.