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    North Olmsted is hard to get into. The Berea warehouse is better to drink at, limited food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonofanump View Post
    North Olmsted is hard to get into. The Berea warehouse is better to drink at, limited food.

    You must not be used to inner suburban traffic, then. It's not that hard to get to at all.

    Fat Heads is known for good food, too. That is where they get their name from. The bun on the top of their burgers.........."fat head".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonofanump View Post
    North Olmsted is hard to get into. The Berea warehouse is better to drink at, limited food.
    They sold the Berea location to Williboughy Brewing Company.
    "The medium for the bad news was ESPN, which figured. The network represents much of what is loud, obnoxious and empty in sports today."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander of Awesome View Post
    They sold the Berea location to Williboughy Brewing Company.
    Did not hear this, do you have a link? All I found was this:

    http://www.cleveland.com/entertainme...ansion_in.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRF View Post
    You must not be used to inner suburban traffic, then. It's not that hard to get to at all.
    It's usually a long wait for a table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonofanump View Post
    It's usually a long wait for a table.

    It's a pretty big place. I guess it matters what time of the day you get there.

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    Had a few of the Abyss hard liquors, brandy and scotch, both were great

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    Moosehead has a radler now, had it the other day...was pretty tasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonofanump View Post
    Had a few of the Abyss hard liquors, brandy and scotch, both were great
    Just picked up abyss aged in brandy yesterday. Hoping to get to it in the next couple of months.
    "The medium for the bad news was ESPN, which figured. The network represents much of what is loud, obnoxious and empty in sports today."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander of Awesome View Post
    Just picked up abyss aged in brandy yesterday. Hoping to get to it in the next couple of months.
    You're alive? Did you have 40 yesterday/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonofanump View Post
    You're alive? Did you have 40 yesterday/
    That was from Saturday! Went to Ratebeer Fest, got to try at least 40 beers ( I definitely missed some) with small pours. Was fucking awesome, but knocked me of my ass. Went to bed at 8 pm and woke up at 8 am the next day. Can't even remember the last time I slept past 7, it's been a long time.

    http://www.ratebeerbest.com/
    "The medium for the bad news was ESPN, which figured. The network represents much of what is loud, obnoxious and empty in sports today."

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    I've never been a fan of Blue Moon, but they're doing some weird styles these days, so I thought I'd try their Cappuccino Oatmeal Stout.

    Tastes pretty good. However, the gravity is low for a stout (5.9%), and it's too thin for a stout (more like a porter).

    I'd drink it again if it was on the table, but I don't think I'd buy it for myself.
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    Impromptu trip to The Anderson's before they close up shop

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    Pat-ASK-ala? Pata-SKALA? Pa-TASK-a-la? While those in the know favor the third pronunciation, no matter how you say it, this is a unique red IPA. The beer was first brewed in September 2015 to support music and arts education programs in Pataskala, Ohio, where Stone co-founder Greg Koch grew up. People there loved it, so we added the beer to our seasonal lineup. The deep crimson hue is courtesy of a fairly new special German malt variety by BESTMALZ called Red X. Dry-hopped with Mosaic, Cascade and Amarillo hops, this beer is incredibly citrus-forward, rounded out with biscuit and toffee notes. We think you’ll find this red IPA to be quite deliciously satisfying, no matter how you choose to pronounce it.

    Anyone else try this? Kinda sweet and "flowery" tasting. Not as bitter as I normally like.





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    Had an R. Shea Chocolate Coffee Stout last night. It's a new, fairly small brewery in Akron.

    Based on the two beers I've had from there, though, it might be one of my favorites.

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    Damn sounds good. Going to add it to the list to check out for next time I'm in Ohio.
    "The medium for the bad news was ESPN, which figured. The network represents much of what is loud, obnoxious and empty in sports today."

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    KBS + Perrin = Profit

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcats20 View Post
    Impromptu trip to The Anderson's before they close up shop
    Have they closed yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander of Awesome View Post
    Damn sounds good. Going to add it to the list to check out for next time I'm in Ohio.
    R Shea is great, and they recently started offering food from Diamond Deli, which is the best sandwich place in Akron.



    Oh, and I am on the hunt for Rhinegeist Bubbles in cans. Hopefully I find it this weekend.

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    Damn, someone was on a bender yesterday!
    "The medium for the bad news was ESPN, which figured. The network represents much of what is loud, obnoxious and empty in sports today."

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    Good Morning.

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    Drinking a Stone Pataskala Red IPA right now. Kinda cool that Stone has a Licking County connection. Good beer, too.

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    New Belgium voodoo ranger imperial is a great value. 13.99 for a 12 pack of 9% alc


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    Quote Originally Posted by iclfan2 View Post
    New Belgium voodoo ranger imperial is a great value. 13.99 for a 12 pack of 9% alc


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    Where you get that? Great price.

    I have some in my garage fridge right now that was 8.99 for a six pack.

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    It's not always that cheap, but Harris Teeter has most 12 packs (sams, new Belgium, Sierra Nevada, etc) for 13.99 most weeks. I thought Torpedo was a deal at that price, so the ranger is legit


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