I visited the Terrapin Brewery in Athens, GA this weekend and had a blast. Beer can’t be sold legally at a brewery, so they sell you a glass for $10 with tickets that you use for pours. It’s a dang good deal! I tried Side Project, Hopsecutioner, Golden Ale, Monk’s Revenge, and ended with the Easy Rider. I’d say the favorite amongst my peeps was the Monk’s Revenge - at 9.8% ABV it is a combination of a Belgian Style Tripel and a new age American Double IPA. Holy Turtle, it hit the spot.


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Jun 25
11:53 am
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By the same brewery that brought us the Watermelon beer this summer, we now have the seasonal Fireside Chat ale by 21st Amendment Brewery. It’s all in the name. Dark, spicey, wintery goodness. I highly recommend it. Also, I want to send their design/art director cookies because I really love their style.
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By the same brewery that brought us the Watermelon beer this summer, we now have the seasonal Fireside Chat ale by 21st Amendment Brewery. It’s all in the name. Dark, spicey, wintery goodness. I highly recommend it. Also, I want to send their design/art director cookies because I really love their style.

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Oct 21
10:39 am
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I am becoming a huge fan of milk stouts, and this one further convinced me of their deliciousness. By Left Hand Brewing Co. (omg their website is amazing), it was “udderly delightful”. Thank you, Deckard’s, for carrying this seriously tasty brew.
Photo credit: Lush Lady 

I am becoming a huge fan of milk stouts, and this one further convinced me of their deliciousness. By Left Hand Brewing Co. (omg their website is amazing), it was “udderly delightful”. Thank you, Deckard’s, for carrying this seriously tasty brew.

Photo credit: Lush Lady 


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Aug 24
9:00 am
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Shown here is a Crème Brûlée Imperial Milk Stout at Hand in Hand Pub, Virginia Highlands, Atlanta. Winner of my Best Smelling Beer award (if I had one). Made by Southern Tier brewery in New York, it boasts an ABV of 9.6%, so the serving glass will be short, but the richness of the brew will compensate. If you see this on a menu, I beg you to try it. 

Photo credit: Lush Lady

Shown here is a Crème Brûlée Imperial Milk Stout at Hand in Hand Pub, Virginia Highlands, Atlanta. Winner of my Best Smelling Beer award (if I had one). Made by Southern Tier brewery in New York, it boasts an ABV of 9.6%, so the serving glass will be short, but the richness of the brew will compensate. If you see this on a menu, I beg you to try it. 

Photo credit: Lush Lady


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Aug 21
10:00 am
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