You can't buy Barley's at the beer store, so you must head to one of the two brewpubs to get it. If you're a fan of traditional ale, there's no better time to stop over than Firkin Fridays, which kick off at 11 a.m. weekly at both locations.

You can't buy Barley's at the beer store, so you must head to one of the two brewpubs to get it. If you're a fan of traditional ale, there's no better time to stop over than Firkin Fridays, which kick off at 11 a.m. weekly at both locations.

For those unfamiliar with real, cask-conditioned ale, the events feature five- or 10-gallon containers of unfiltered, unpasteurized suds that contain only natural ingredients and no added carbon dioxide. They gain unique character from a second fermentation in the cask and enter your glass by gravity. Because of how the beer's produced, you've usually got less than 40 hours to finish it.

It's usually gone long before then.