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A long time ago I began carrying an “emergency growler” in the truck. While this was well before we were introduced to crowlers, I wanted to be prepared in case I ran across something interesting, something my wife would like or, should I be in a hurry, I could take a fill to go. Fast forward to today and well, I just don’t us ...

Last Days of Autumn | Gotta Have a Montage New England Style Double IPA – via McScrooge’s Wine and Spirits

A long time ago I began carrying an “emergency growler” in the truck. While this was well before we were introduced to crowlers, I wanted to be prepared in case I ran across something interesting, something my wife would like or, should I be in a hurry, I could take a fill to go. Fast forward to today and well, I just don’t use growlers as much as I used to. Crowlers are much more convenient and each year we see more in package. However, I do still keep a 64oz and a 32oz growler in the truck for one big reason; McScrooge’s Wine and Spirits.

While McScrooge’s is no newbie to the growler game, things have certainly changed in the last few years. At any given point you never know what they’ll have on the wall. Further, it’s not just crazy beers from far off places but they do a great job of bringing in our local friends. At the time of this article I not only found this beer from Last Days but Pretentious and Hexagon were on the wall. Along with them was Mikkeller, Maine Beer Company,

Source: Knox Beer Snobs

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