You might think that $14 is a little steep for the word

You might think that $14 is a little steep for the word “sampler,” unless those samples in front of you measured 13oz. each, like those at right. Then, all of a sudden, people drinking wine by the glass at $12 a pop look pretty damn stupid, and you’re a monkey genius. Shown: Moylan’s barley wine–an aromatic and grapey beer that’s perfect for fans of pale ale, as well as your wine loving friends… Great Divide’s Old Ruffian… Hale’s Ales Rudyard’s Rare 2005– Almost like malt liqueur, dark walnut and a taste like the fleeting memory of all your favorite childhood candy in one trip, from the tip of your tongue to your very happy belly. Other beers on top right now: Mad River’s John Barleycorn, Oskar Blues 10 Fiddy Stout, and a super funky 2005 Tombstone barley wine from Winthrop Brewing, and much, much more… REAL Strong Ales on tap at Collins Pub all week, through at least the 28th.


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