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    9 Eastern Ave, Keene, New Hampshire, 03431

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  1. Quite good. I’ve had two good IPAs from Branch and Blade and a mediocre one. I think they’re doing well.
  2. Yeah. Great beer. (Just FYI, they mispronounce it to rhyme with whiny.)
  3. I prefer them, too, but it’s hard to argue with a Russian River Pliny.
  4. Dogfish has been pretty innovative over the years.
  5. I visited the brewery when it was still in Monson, and though we waited three hours for growlers, the can line was five minutes or less. Things must have changed.
  6. Passed my Level 1 today; this is what my wife had waiting for me when I got home.
  7. Love this woman! She’s a race coach who seems to do mostly U10 videos. I’ve found race training videos especially helpful in my own skiing, starting with the alpine drill videos put out by Burke Mountain Academy, narrated by Mikaela: http://burkemtnacademy.org/skiing/alpine-instructional-videos/
  8. I use some of Elate’s ideas teaching beginners. I like their progression to parallel. JF is great, though his explanations can be arcane. I like Reilly McGlashan, too — one of my favorite skiers. The Project series (Kitzteinhorn, Hintertux, Zillertal), which is available for sale on Vimeo, is terrific: Beaulieu, McGlashan, Lorenz, and Ballou, among others.
  9. Speaking of haze, Treehouse Sssappp, a grapefruit bomb with a smooth, pleasant mouthfeel.
  10. I am going to do this! (After we move.)
  11. Celebrating the first day of instructor training, this very nice IIPA from Foley — lots of fruit and flowers in the mid-palate. Some prefer it to Alchemist IPAs, but I’m a big fan of the sinsemilla hoppiness of those beers.
  12. We didn’t have time to diverge up to Alchemist, so we stopped at the CBC in Waterbury. This austere little Farnum SIPA is dry and grapefruity (Vic Secret, Citra, & Galaxy), a clean and refreshing ale.
  13. It's a tiny hill, and it's been hanging on by the fingernails for a number of years. My guess (just hearing this news) is lift issues — they've had severe problems. I quit going there long ago, but mainly because at best the runs are 30 seconds long.

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