Dined over the weekend at Bistro 536 with my wife. Food was fantastic! Started off with the crostini which were generously topped with spinich and mushrooms in a delicious cream sauce. My wife had the vegetable risotto and I ordered the Osso Bucco. The Osso Bucco was delicious and fell off the bone from the long slow roast. Many wines by the glass gave us both a chance to pair a separate wine with our meals. All-in-all, this was a very nice dinner and I highly recommend.
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who wouldn't want to watch charlie papazian for 20 seconds to hear what they are? so cool that they got him to record a video for it
"Dude, what should we do with all these seeds?"
"I dunno, man. Lets toss them in the garden and see if they grow."
you pay for a product or service because the perceived value of what you get out weighs what you give. To many, including myself, the perceived value of what I get from Coast from my "donation" out weighs the cash value that I gave. they're an incredible local, family owned, green friendly, business that creates an exceptional product that I am more than willing to support. David and Jaime are great people that deserve the support of anyone willing. I do not belittle your decision to drop that $20 in your church collection plate every sunday just because I don't believe it's a worthy cause, I just sit back drinking my 32/50 kolsch.
@localhutch you're completely right. craft beers will typically run you about $6 each at a bar vs a $3 bud light. I could preach flavor but it seems you already agree on that one it just doesnt' justify the price difference. One of my favorite parts about craft beer is that you know exactly what you're drinking. In a Palmetto Pale Ale you know it's only barley, hops, water and yeast in your glass. In a bud light, you have those ingredients as well as corn and chemical additives used to preserve the beer, lower costs, and create a more uniform flavor.
Drinking alcohol in America is slowly but surely moving away from the days of throwing back a 12 pack of bud lights to enjoying 2-3 well crafted, flavorful beers. I am glad you're trying out the local craft beers over the mass produced domestics and think the more you learn and the more you try you will keep coming back to those delicious morsels of malty, hoppy goodness.
we have done rosebank for the past couple years and love it.
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