Do you like the craft beer movement but are stunned by the prices? Costco might have the answer. A TDE reader tells me you can pick up a case of Kirkland craft beer for $20. Not bad, not bad at all. Of course, I don’t know how it tastes, but Kirkland has a reputation for making quality at a low price.
You like mint with your beer? Me neither, but one review says the new Stone Mint Imperial Stout is “fantastic.” “I did not have huge expectations for a mint-flavored drink, but this beer, brewed with fresh mint leaves and chocolate made in southern California, is fantastic.”
I never listened the Grateful Dead while growing up, but I started appreciating their music more about five years ago (I decided to try their American Beauty after the last TV episode of Freaks and Geeks, which revolved around a couple of teenage girls deciding to become dead heads for a summer). Anyway, there’s now a beer dedicated to them:
Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has been jammin’ out on musically inspired beers for the past few years, each containing unique ingredients that reflect the music or history of a particular artist.
The brewery just announced their latest tune-tribute brew, an Imperial Pale Ale called American Beauty (named after the Dead album), crafted to pay tribute to the Grateful Dead.
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