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Discussion in 'Andy's Off Topic Forum' started by PhishPhan682, May 15, 2015.
I keep these in my patio refrigerator ...excellent beverage.
Did everyone stop drinking since we got a real basketball coach? Anyway, if you like hop heavy beer, try and pick up Lagunitas Waldos' Special Ale. It's a seasonal release, and packs a punch at 11.9% but it's damn good. The hop aroma is so strong, I think I'm drinking sinsemilla.
Drinking a Founders KBS. Good beer for a cold and wet evening.
I'm currently enjoying Day Glow IPA by Elysian, and it's ok. Didn't really care for their Space Dust IPA, and this more of the same, but it is drinkable.
Agreed on the Waldo's, really good. Picked up both the Scotch & Brandy BA Abyss at Sergio's World Beers last weekend, might have one tonight. The regular Abyss was phenomenal. Sergio's is legit, had Saint Bon-Chien on tap last weekend, was the best sour I've ever had. Also St Bernardus 12 among others. The St Bernardus is right there with Westy 12 imo. Monkey Dong was awesome too. Been a good beer week.
Does SuperHoosier still frequent these parts?
I was at Sergios a few weeks ago. I loved fhe drafts he streered me towards. I was skeptical to taste some of the overpriced bottles that made me wonder their shelf-life when there were beers in walk-ins as far as the eye can see!
What a cool place though!
Just saw how old this post is. Ha!
And it's just as relevant today as it was then!
new rankings for y'all to shit on: https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/news/2017-best-beers-america-results/
1. Bell’s Two Hearted Ale
2. Russian River Pliny the Elder
3. Founders Breakfast Stout
4. Three Floyds Zombie Dust
5. Bell’s Hopslam
T6. Founders KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout)
T6. The Alchemist Heady Topper
T8. Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA
T8. Sierra Nevada Celebration
10. Ballast Point Sculpin IPA
T11. Boulevard Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale
T11. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
T13. Founders All Day IPA
T13. Lawson’s Finest Liquids Sip of Sunshine
15. Cigar City Jai Alai IPA
16. Deschutes Black Butte Porter
17. Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout
18. Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro
T19. Lagunitas IPA
T19. Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
T19. Stone IPA
T22. Tree House Julius
T22. Odell IPA
T22. Russian River Blind Pig IPA
T22. Toppling Goliath pseudoSue
26. Fat Head’s Hop Juju
T27. Fat Head’s Head Hunter IPA
T27. Firestone Walker Double Jack
T27. Melvin 2×4 DIPA
T27. New Belgium La Folie
T27. Odell 90 Shilling
T27. Russian River Pliny the Younger
T27. Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA
T27. The Alchemist Focal Banger
T27. Tröegs Nugget Nectar
T27. Founders Backwoods Bastard
T27. Oskar Blues Ten FIDY
T38. Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
T38. Deschutes The Abyss
T38. North Coast Old Rasputin
T38. Arrogant Bastard Ale
T38. Stone Enjoy By IPA
T43. Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA
T43. New Glarus Wisconsin Belgian Red
T43. Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale
T43. Russian River Consecration
T47. Wicked Weed Pernicious
T47. Firestone Walker Union Jack
T47. New Holland Dragon’s Milk
T47. Oskar Blues Old Chub
T47. Three Floyds Alpha King
1. Bell’s Brewery, Inc., Comstock, Mich.
2. Founders Brewing Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
3. Russian River Brewing Co., Santa Rosa, Calif.
4. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Chico, Calif. and Mills River, N.C.
5. Stone Brewing, Escondido, Calif., Richmond, Va., and Berlin, Germany
6. Firestone Walker Brewing Company, Paso Robles, Calif.
7. Deschutes Brewery, Bend, Ore.
8. Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Milton, Del.
9. Lagunitas Brewing Company, Petaluma, Calif. and Chicago, Ill.
10. Ballast Point Brewing, San Diego, Calif.
11. Odell Brewing Co., Fort Collins, Colo.
12. Three Floyds Brewing Co., Munster, Ind.
13. Boulevard Brewing Co., Kansas City, Mo.
14. Oskar Blues Brewery, Longmont, Colo., Brevard, N.C., and Austin, Texas
15. New Glarus Brewing Co., New Glarus, Wis.
T16. New Belgium Brewing, Fort Collins, Colo. and Asheville, N.C.
T16. The Alchemist, Waterbury and Stowe, Vt.
18. Avery Brewing Co., Boulder, Colo.
19. Great Lakes Brewing Company, Cleveland, Ohio
T20. Cigar City Brewing, Tampa, Fla.
T20. Great Divide Brewing Co., Denver, Colo.
T20. Left Hand Brewing Co., Longmont, Colo.
23. Victory Brewing Co., Downingtown, Pa.
24. Surly Brewing Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
T25. Fat Head’s Brewery, Cleveland, Ohio, and Portland, Ore.
T25. Goose Island Beer Co., Chicago, Ill.
1. Unibroue La Fin Du Monde (Canada)
2. Duvel (Belgium)
T3. Orval (Belgium)
T3. Saison Dupont (Belgium)
T3. Rodenbach Grand Cru (Belgium)
T3. St. Bernardus Abt 12 (Belgium)
T7. Chimay Cinq Cents (White) (Belgium)
T7. Duchesse De Bourgogne (Belgium)
T7. Westvleteren 12 (Belgium)
T7. Paulaner Oktoberfest (Germany)
T7. Schneider Aventinus (Germany)
T7. Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast (Denmark)
T7. Epic Hop Zombie (New Zealand)
1. Stone Brewing (31 beers)
2. Bell’s Brewery, Inc. (27 beers)
3. Firestone Walker Brewing Co. (25 beers)
4. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. (24 beers)
T5. Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (22 beers)
T5. Lagunitas Brewing Company (22 beers)
T7. Boulevard Brewing Co. (21 beers)
T7. Founders Brewing Co. (21 beers)
9. Avery Brewing Co. (19 beers)
T10. New Glarus Brewing Co. (18 beers)
T10. Odell Brewing Co. (18 beers)
Pretty good article about Stone breaking into the German market..
New to me - one is pretty tasty...a second to follow may be too much...
Eins ist genug.
Zwei ist zu viel.
Drei ist nicht halb genug.
A couple places carry this on tap locally, yes a nice beverage (especially this time of year)
Having this to finish the night after a few of these ...one of my 7.9% favorites...
Just a very good beer.
You’re doing good work here - the last three beers you’ve posted are all excellent, IMHO.
Bump... and a joke.
An Englishman, a Scotsman, and an Irishman walk into a pub. They proceed to each buy a pint of Guinness. Just as they were about to enjoy their creamy beverage a fly landed in each of their pints and became stuck in the thick head.
The Englishman pushed his beer away from him in disgust.
The Irishman fished the offending fly out of his beer and continued drinking it as if nothing had happened.
The Scotsman too, picked the fly out of his drink, held it out over the beer and then started yelling: "SPIT IT OUT, SPIT IT OUT YOU BASTARD!!!"
I can't imagine wanting my beer to taste like cocoa and hot peppers. I'm not into fruity stuff either.
I'm more into beer-flavored beer, to be honest. Fancy misplaced flavors like sweet, fruity, spicy etc. are brewers trying too damn hard. Pumpkin spice, anyone? Yuck...
~*That's not a joke..., that's exactly how it happened *~
First had this on-tap at a bar in downtown Cleveland a few years back. Was with a buddy, who is a small-time brewer, and we both had the same reaction - ‘damn, this is good!’ We proceeded to tour their brewery, which was right down the street. Great memory with a great beer. I buy it whenever I can.
Pseudo-Sue Toppling Goliath
Cant find the beer thread...
This is a great one though...for $11 a 4 pack buy it every time...
The big one is the King Sue...hard to get...not quite the original zombie dust craze, but sells so fast....
Buy when you see it!
Having this one on draft right now...pretty decent
Not as good as Pseudo Sue, or even 2Hearted, - but for my newfound IPA taste...not bad
Any common easy to find recommendations on the citrus IPAs over the grassy IPA’s are welcome...
don't drink that . It is AB InBev owned.
Had a good strange Earache IPA at 9.2% from Seymour Brew Co. A buddy brought it down. I didnt know there was a Seymour Brew Co
Wow...11.5% messes w your head quickly...
I assume you are a Budwesier guy? Nah ... probably a Coors Light guy?
I love a good IPA, but I'm also not a hardo realize light beers have their place as well, and that AB InBev isn't the root of all evil.
I assume you're the guy that shows up at the lake house with their IPA from "Who gives a ****" and sneers at everyone enjoying their cold light beers on a hot summer day.
good enough answer to get blocked.
I was eagerly awaiting your response
Are you a High School Freshman circa 2010, or just that unoriginal?
Playing to the level of my audience. Couldn’t find anything suitable for pre-school.
GLBC does not get the respect it deserves.
Tell me I could only drink beers from three breweries the rest of my life, I'd take Founders, Bells and GLBC, and be very, very happy.
This was a tasty booze bomb...I had a hard time w it being labeled IPA...but enjoyed the hell out if it...
I just had about 4 oz from the 25 oz $20 bottle - but wow was it tasty!
Shoreline doesn't make, at least for me, a great ale. A little bit too much malt-forward action going on.
But, their barrel-aged stuff is really good. Sam let's the beers get a good long soak in.