Hey Bryon... I followed Kevin's lead and also mentioned the CT Beer Trail during the Backwash section on last weeks' Beercoasters podcast! Thanks again for all of the beer info!! http://www.beercoasterspodcast.com/
I wasn't sure what to expect at Tullycross as I have always been a huge John Harvard's fan. I was pleasantly surprised! They are still trying to solidify their menu, but my friend and I enjoyed our meals and the beer was good. I would definitely go back.
Are you going to have a recipes section on this site for home brewers to share. Obviously these would have to be created recipes and not just stolen clone recipes. I would only like to try recipes that people have put time and effort into creating and fine tuning. There are plenty of great recipe sites on the net so if this isnt something your planning on doing then I would be more then happy to get those links to other sites for you to post if you like. Just thinking that it might be nice to keep the crowd "in house" as it were. For a wealth of perfected clone brew recipes and how to learn to clone your favorite beer you could also pick up Tess and Marks books ((maltose express - (Beer Captured and Clone Brews)). They are really responsible for me taking my brewing to the next level.