Our grocery stores are pretty sad in terms of selection. We have a handful of beer specialty stores though, so I usually just hit one of those.
We have bottle stores here. You need to go there for spirits and they usually have a better selection of the more artistic craft beers.
About the same with the conversion. I think most of the singles I get are $USD 3-6 a bottle. A few are just below that, and sometimes I'll accidentally grab one that goes up to $10-14... I have yet to find one of those expensive ones worth the money.How much does a can like that cost? Here it's about $6-9. Take off 30% for a rough conversion to USD.
About the same with the conversion. I think most of the singles I get are $USD 3-6 a bottle. A few are just below that, and sometimes I'll accidentally grab one that goes up to $10-14... I have yet to find one of those expensive ones worth the money.
I can only afford it because having more than one makes me sleepy, so it's only one a night. And I usually keep a six pack of something standard around for too (entire six packs are $9-12 for the usual suspects like Warsteiner Dunkel, Maisel Weisse, or a good local porter).
I suppose referencing an American sport makes sense in the name of an American-style IPA.Boundary Road Breweries Stolen Base American Double IPA 8% ABV 3.2 standard drinks.
Wasn't sure about the stolen part or American part. No F-35's bombed me nor marines invading.
Brown Truck Brewery No. 19 Pineapple Belgian Witbier. 3.71/5 on Untappd. 4.2% ABV. There's a hint of pineapple, but I'm not 100% sure I would have guessed that's what it was. It's certainly drinkable, but the pineapple doesn't really fit the rest of the beer.
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