spinrsx wrote:I'd like to add "town" on elgin street into the mix. They have 3 different Bellwoods beers available and a few Stone City beers as well
rejtable wrote:Yeah, I like Town for sure.
rejtable wrote:I think we've been putting the Upstate NY
stuff that isn't Syracuse in here...?
Man, there isn't much around Cornwall on the other side for bottles!
- CJ's was absolutely gross, the IPAs were ancient, the store is full of sketchy people returning bottles.
- The Potsdam IGA is mostly a waste of time. Old Lagunitas or SN products, not much to choose from.
I did go to the Barking Dog Saloon outside Potsdam, and man what a great find! I think literally in a junk yard, but the place was great. Kid friendly, great food, awesome selection of beers (had a Sloop Juice Bomb and a FW Luponic).
The Ogdensburg Price Chopper was pretty solid (at least compared to the rest around!!). Nothing worth driving an hour to get, but if you are in the area worth stopping in.
boney wrote:I'm in Ottawa for a few days for some work related things, but I only have one night to myself for exploring beer.
Given that I'm interested in trying local beers that I don't generally have access to in Toronto, if you could choose only one of each in the categories below, what would you recommend?
-Beer bar with the best local selection
-Brewery/brewpub, open past 6 on a Saturday
-Restaurant with great food and a decent local beer selection
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