Yesterday before the snowstorm impacted our area, Bhavna and I drove to Colts Neck to pick up our pre-order from Source Farmhouse Brewery. They held the pre-order for a week, and I wanted to drink the beer while it was still fresh.
We didn’t expect the storm to move so quickly and by the time we arrived at the brewery, the snowfall was heavier.
On the drive home, we saw a “moving too fast” snowplough do a 180-degree spin in front of us, and one compact SUV went off the road and hit a fire hydrant.
The drive home was stressful. Good thing we have beer.
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MarieBe17th December 2020 at 9:20 AM
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Jim Grey17th December 2020 at 8:33 AM
What an appealing space that is! Especially in the snow.
Khürt Williams17th December 2020 at 9:02 AM
Hi Jim, many things in this part of New Jersey look great when snow-covered. We have farmhouses, barns, tree-lined country roads, and nature parks. But the narrow country roads don't often see a snowplough for several hours after a storm. Driving is tricky. Had I expected snow there, I would have brought my X-T2 or XD-11. I have a 36 exposure roll of Tri-X 400 in the XD 11.
Alas, I discovered the brewery during the pandemic lockdown, and we have only had the curbside pickup. We have never been inside at the taproom or outside at the picnic tables.