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This. I try to sneak in at 3:55. John usually opens the door for me, but this time there was already a line. Someone got them to open at like 3:30.Seems like each time I go, it's a little more crowded. That's both a good and a concerning thing.
There's no one definitive amount of alcohol that everyone can safely consume on a regular basis and be "fine." Women are recommended to have no more than one drink a day, men two a day. In France, for both sexes, it's three a day. Spanish Basque country? Seven a day.
Many in CT, Connecticut Valley, Two Roads, Broad Brook, Black Hog, T. Hooker, to name a couple. On a side note, it doesn't look like your glass is beer clean.I have been wanting to like the beer from Powder Hollow Brewing from Hazardville, CT. This is their Scottish Ale and it is exceptionally average. A bit of galvanized pail on the tongue with pretty much no aftertaste.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a good brewery in CT.? I haven't found one yet.
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That's the worst.I hear ya. Nothing pisses me off more than picking up a few 4-packs and they suck. So, I’ll be heading back to Spyglass.
I agree. I'd love an online system where I could input:Yikes.
Going to need a deli counter ticket system soon.
Feels like they're quickly outgrowing their order fulfillment configuration; either that or they need a better system than "line out the door across the middle of the room."
I don't know if opening more days per week would help. I'm not in NH until after they close on Thursdays, so Fri/Sat are my only options.
Its the product of natural carbonation. The left over yeast cells are very high in B Vitamins and very healthy for you. B Vitamins can also help prevent hangovers.That's basically leftover yeast and other stuff from the brewing process. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure Treehouse leaves their beers (IPAs at least...) unfiltered.