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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bobpbx, Mar 4, 2008.
I like the white, and the triple.
Just had to!!
So I had never heard of Brotherton until I enjoyed a glass at Pic a Lilli
Really liked their "drip down IPA" and have been wanting to visit the brewery.
And thanks to this thread I can assume I know where the name is from
The Brotherton IPA is one of the best I have ever had.
Unfortunately, they do not have a tasting room. You have to track them down through restaurants, liquor stores and bars. Their website has a list of venues where their products are available and it's lengthy.
I just cracked open my first ever Dennis Creek Pale Ale from Tuckahoe Brewing. This is pretty damn tasty. This is the first time I've seen their beer up by me.
Interesting timing Ben. I had kind of written them off several years ago as blah but the wife and I hit the Nale House in Medford last week and the owner there was insisting that we give Tuckahoe another try. He said they have really come into their own lately.
And so we will.
By the way, the Nale House has some very good brews on tap.
I think maybe my pallet isn't so developed as to be able to tell why they suck. Its not overpoweringly hoppy and tastes good. That's kind of all I care about.
Im a fan of porters. Where can I try this or buy a six?
Jason. If their web site is current, Total Wine & More on Route 38 in Cherry Hill near the Cherry Hill Mall has it. It's in the shopping center behind the Red Robin. I would call ahead if you have to come a distance.
Been spending a lot of time up north this year and finally made a score. The Sip of Sunshine is pretty easy to get, the other two not so much:
Heady Topper was recommended years ago when I was in VT, but never had it (or your others)
Thanks a bunch!
Best Beer In Every State
Just returned from permafrost meetings during the American Geophysical Union fall gathering in New Orleans. With forty beers on tap in the Howlin’ Wolf Den, this was the owner’s choice of beer for me…
OK, while not on the Best Beer list above, Delta Momma was so good I walked to the Urban South Brewery. The tap-room manager recommended I try the Finial Double IPA. It did not disappoint.
Believe it or not, there is a South Jersey connection. Like the Pine Barrens, the Gulf Coast was also affected by katabatic winds flowing off the Laurentide Ice Sheet, forming spung-like blowouts (citronelle ponds) and parabolic dunes hundreds of kilometers to the south.
New Shop In The Pines Carries Ingredients And Equipment For A Wide Variety Of Adventures In Fermentation
I'll have to check it out. I have an IPA fermenting now.
Beer and wine making supplies
I'm getting out of the business and have some useful stuff if anyone wants them.
At least 50 Grolsch beer bottles, five 5 Gallon Cornelius Keg Pin Lock, one Matheson pressure regulator ( for CO2 to pressurize kegs. BTW, I paid $8 ea for the kegs. It cost me a lot more for the full bottles of Grolsch.
Various other stuff like fermenters, locks....
Kegs and pressure gauges sold, just bottles left.
As if we need another reason to celebrate, Barrel Aged Imperial Cockeyed Milk Stout will be released at our 4th Birthday Bash on March 3rd! Get your bombers while they last!
Pinelands Brewing Co
140 7th Ave, Ste 15
Tuckerton, New Jersey 08087
If you've ever seen Mountain State Overland on YouTube, last years trip took them to Vermont. They bought CASES of Heady Topper!