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Lisa1349

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After enjoying their 10th anniversary brew, Decadence, at Monk's recently, I decided it's time I made a pilgrimage to see their digs in Easton. Their website speaks of tours and tastings on Saturdays from 12-3.

Has anyone been? I'm planning to attend during my 'not going anywhere' vacation from work in September.

Over the years as my interest in ferments has grown, so has their skill. They're better and better all the time.


Lisa K

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After enjoying their 10th anniversary brew, Decadence, at Monk's recently, I decided it's time I made a pilgrimage to see their digs in Easton. Their website speaks of tours and tastings on Saturdays from 12-3.

Has anyone been? I'm planning to attend during my 'not going anywhere' vacation from work in September.

Over the years as my interest in ferments has grown, so has their skill. They're better and better all the time.

They are located in a colorless, bland industrial park, but, yes, the brews have turned the corner and are top notch stuff these days.


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They are located in a colorless, bland industrial park, but, yes, the brews have turned the corner and are top notch stuff these days.

So was the Celis brewery in Austin. Bland industrial parks don't make for bad beers.


Christopher D. Holst aka "cdh"

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Victory is in a similar spot. Tentative date for road trip is Sept 10th.


Lisa K

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"No one wants black olives, sliced 2 years ago, on a sandwich, you savages!" - Jim Norton, referring to the Subway chain.

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High Point Brewery in Butler, N.J., maker of Ramstein beers, is also located in an industrial park.


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