The list of local winners in the Tampa Bay market is long, with Jai Alai by Cigar City Brewing, which is distributed quite widely around Boston these days, right near the top.
There are far too many breweries and destinations to name in a column (or a book, for that matter), but an obvious starting point is Fort Hill Brewery in Easthampton
What’s important is that Bad Decision, despite clocking in at a mere 4.7 percent ABV, does a dangerous enough dance on your tastebuds to remain sexy.
This limited exclusive number is so consummately tart that we’ve been cracking cans and sipping water between gulps, trying to preserve as much of a terrific tongue rush as we got on our first tilt...
In its words, the brewer brands this pale ale as “a complex, easy-drinking all-American craft beer.” On one hand, that description sells it short, since there are several nuanced notes to be appreciated; at the same time, it’s accurate, since it really has cleverly twisted some classic ideas.
We share this bit of self-reflection in light of our latest look at Save the Robots, which packs no play on words in its name (as far as we can tell) but features a can worthy of a trophy case.
"While cannabinoids, including CBD and THC, can never be used in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages in Massachusetts, industrial hemp can be used in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages."
Brown’s tagline is broad: “Beer is the third most popular drink on the planet, yet few people know the full story behind its four ingredients.”
Simple for beers sake