Then your clothes will be covered in beer and you'll be even more irresistible
Actually, I don't think putting beer in your suitcase for a trans-Atlantic flight is a good idea. Let's look in to shipping.
You are not supposed to ship alcohol to TN. However the cargo hold on airplanes is pressurized so they should not explode. Otherwise things like shampoo and toothpaste would never make it. When my GF went to Belgium she brought me an assortment back in bottles with her checked bag no problem.
Find your favourite Saison brewery, do a little research to see if they have a US distributor.
If they do, convince an Inforooster to take it out of glass and get it in an airtight Nalgene or other hard plastic bottle.
If kept cold, the beer should have a shelf-life of 2-4 days after being taken out of glass.
Did you actually ever had a beer before? You probably only drink Heineken right? You should learn that everything you said above is like taking a dump on every grave in Belgium..
Actually, a brewery a few blocks from my apartment does this. Well, they use the 1L soft plastic milk jugs (not bags) as growlers, for people to bring some brew home. The brewery is called Dieu du Ciel. They're consistently rated the no. 1 brewery in Canada. I'd like to think that they have an idea of what they're doing.
Sure Canada isn't Belgium or anything, but that doesn't mean Canadians don't know their beer.
On my Moog trip, I brought a six pack in my suitcase for Holls. On the way back, I brought two six packs and a couple of the 22 oz. bomber bottles.
In conclusion: put beers in your suitcase.
What if they explode?
i just brought a six-pack of homebrew in bottles from ny to california when i went to visit my parents in october. none of them exploded, i just put them inside plastic zip locks and cushioned with towels.
in response to the above-mentioned new new belgium beers, shift and dig both sound great but ranger in a can?
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Good People Brewery here in Birmingham just started canning their Snake Handler double IPA which clocks in at 10%+ ABV. It's delicious as quack! I will have to go easy on it but it will be perfect to smuggle 2-3 into Centeroo everyday.
This post always makes me smile. In NC the state determines what alcohol can be sold so even if a brand is in cans it doesn't mean I can find it here. We usually end up with something like steel reserve but have found that Jeremiah Weed lemonade rocks too!
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Post by Enlightened1 on Feb 3, 2012 19:46:36 GMT -5
The best canned beer is a beer that is so cold if it was one degree colder it'd be frozen, the one you found at the bottom of the chest when you thought you were out, the one you bud buys for you when you are all out of cash, the first one you share with your dad, the one after a long hard day at work, and the one you open after setting up camp at Roo and makes you scream "Bonnaroo!
Probably just bringing about 4 cases of good 'ol PBR because it's so darn easy to drink and cheap. Maybe some yuengling too because right now it's almost cheaper than pbr, and it's always good.
If I stumble upon some money, I might see if our local distributor can order me some canned #9. I'm usually an IPA guy but i don't know if I can drink alot of good beer in that heat.
i am usually an IPA girl but definitely cannot drink the high ABV beers in the heat. i still manage to drink good beers though, just good "lighter" beers. last year we had dale's pale ale & #9 with a few old chubs for nighttime. it was perfect.
I wish they had Yuengling in Texas. I finally tried it a few months ago when I was on the east coast. It would be great for during the day on the farm. I think I read it's available in Tennessee? If so maybe I'll stop and get some on the drive in. Any suggestions on where to find it?