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Insanity - Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

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Ratings: 2,124
Reviews: 882
rAvg: 4.15
pDev: 11.57%
Wants: 196
Gots: 445 | FT: 23
Brewed by:
Weyerbacher Brewing Co. visit their website
Pennsylvania, United States

Style | ABV
English Barleywine |  11.10% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: BeerAdvocate on 06-21-2004

A bourbon barrel-aged English-style Barleywine.
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Ratings: 2,124 | Reviews: 882
Photo of obywan59
4.37/5  rDev +5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours thickly into my pint glass. A hard pour into the bottom of the glass yielding a scant 1-finger head that quickly recedes. Minimal lacing. A deep amber to light mahogany in color, the brew is cloudy and yields orange highlights.

Big, rich bourbon barrel aroma with sweet vanilla.

Similar, but fuller taste. Bourbon barrel again, with cherries and dark fruits. Some light bitterness in the end. Alcohol is a bit harsh at first, but soon mellows out.

Nice thick, syrupy mouthfeel, but not cloying. Flavor retention is excellent.

This is a sipper, but it's very drinkable for the style.

Compared to other bourbon barrel brews I've sampled, it's not as smooth as the Firestone 13, (the alcohol is a bit harsh at first) but it's more developed than the Brooklyn Black OPS.

Photo of mfunk9786
4.73/5  rDev +14%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Insanity is an amazing variation on Blithering Idiot, it's amazing what barrel aging does for this already excellent beer. It's completely transformed - slightly less appealing in some areas, but far more appealing in others.

A: The appearance is slightly darker than BI. Mahogany is the word that comes to mind, not quite as much in the way of orange highlights as Blithering Idiot.

S: The smell is a little bit less exciting than regular ol' Blithering Idiot. The vanilla, oak, and bourbon scent of the barrel overwhelms the sweet dark fruit aromas.

T: The taste is an extension of the smell, but luckily, the tongue can pick up a lot more dimension than the nose. There's the vanilla bean, bourbon, and oak situation going on, but on another level, there's a slightly less astringent alcohol taste than BI, and that does a lot for the sweet raisin aftertaste.

M: There's still booziness, don't get me wrong. But the (and I can't overstate this) amazing vanilla bean flavor that hangs over the whole experience makes the booze more worthwhile than it is in the more 'naked' Blithering Idiot. The mouthfeel benefits from this.

D: The drinkability is also improved, but it's sort of a given that this is a one-bottle-a-month type of beer. I mean, if you've got the income to buy this by the case, hell, drink it every night instead of a glass of nice scotch... but for me, I can't imagine enjoying a bourbon barrel aged beer more often than once every couple of weeks. Still, though, don't get me wrong - this is one masterpiece of a beer.

Photo of Slatetank
3.85/5  rDev -7.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I picked this bottle up at quick 6 a couple weeks ago -poured chilled from the 12oz brown bottle into a snifter allowed to raise in temp gradually

A - An auburn hued murky, ruddy amber bordering on copper w/ a fast dropping light beige cap w/ thick bubbles. The cream settles to a ring w/ a wispy center and spots like jupiter. The lace clings in a spotted ring pattern

S - As the ale is swirled it gives off stone fruit notes and berry-like esters w/ some fusel odors and mild vanilla from the oak w/ a sweet bourbon accent. The nose has elements of pine and cherry w/ a tobacco-like toasted aroma

M - A tannic astringency at first w/ mild bitterness and a moderately carbonated feel which is good for the abv w/ medium level of sweetness and dry toasted texture in the middle. There is spice w/ moderate heat from the alcohol w/ a light caramel tang of yeast

T - The flavor is strong w/ big oak tannic notes and creamy vanilla bean in tandem which leads to pepper and brown sugar with an accent of coconut w/ a light nutty taste. The fruitiness comes forward more as it nears cellar temp w/ a mellow dried apricot note which also leads to mild currant and date w/ an accent of tart cherry filling. The slight custard-like element of subtle oxidation which has a sherry like taste adds to the spice and alcohol flavors, but the contrast lessens after mid bottle as the alchohol/sugar aspects become more pronounced and slightly harsh

D - A good barleywine and the oak barrel certainly adds depth but lots of alchol makes it hard to enjoy a bottle alone, it has a warming and I prefer less fusel, but the beer has character and if you are looking for a big malty and oaky barleywine this fits the bill.

Photo of GregSVT
4.47/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

12oz bottle into a snifter...an extra in a recent trade.

A: Pours a dark orange almost brown with a small off-white head that fades to a ring and leaves a bit of lacing on the glass.

S: The nose is full of vanilla, toffee, caramel, and a bit of oak. When I first smelled this I thought "Nemesis" right away...smells excellent.

T: The taste is large amounts of buttery caramel, toffee, vanilla, and some molassess. There's a very slight hop bitterness.

M: The feel is thick with just the right amount of carbonation. It coats the mouth with all the delicious flavors.

D: This would not last long in my place...it's very good and from what I've seen relatively cheap. The ABV is a bit high which would keep me from drinking more than 2 or 3 in a night...that's the only downfall in drinkability.

All that's missing is the maple and it would be very much like Nemesis. Highly recommended if you like barrel aged barleywines or just great beer in general.

Photo of rfgetz
3.95/5  rDev -4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Pours a murky dulled penny color with a minimal burst of creamy cream colored head... minimal retention but decent lacing. First thing i smell before the glass is even at my nose is vanilla. Strong vanilla notes from the the oak as well as an underlying woodyness to the nose. Faint hints of carmely sweetness and orange (hmmm?). Taste is thankfully not all vanilla, but the oak notes are strong, a faint barleywine like sweetness and hints of orange liqour. The oak makes for a smooth, almost creamy body and the booze notes are minimal. Weyerbachers oak aged beers really do show the effect of the process, and i really enjoy that.

Photo of irishking1977
4.07/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Murky amber/brown with little head to speak of, and less than moderate lacing on the glass. To a degree, what I expect in appearance from a barleywine.

S: Oak and vanilla is what dominates the aroma. Nice. Not expected from a barleywine.

T: Holy cow! A bouquet of vanilla and oak with a caramel and mild alcoholic background. The alcohol is hidden much better than Weyerbacher's Blithering Idiot, (which I didn't care for a great deal; it was just okay. The alcohol was at the forefront of that one)

M: Carbonation is much higher than your average barleywine. One of my biggest issues with barleywines is the fact that a good majority of them aren't as carbonated as I would like. Just a subjective preference. Otherwise, this one is nicely balanced carbonation wise, but doesn't have any major differences other than that to a typical barleywine. No bitterness is detected in comparison to other barleywine's I've had. A brewer's interpretation is always different.

D: This is one sneaky bastard. Highly drinkable in that it's quite tasty with little to no alcoholic bite, though, there is a bite even if it is barely detectable. 11% + is certainly a bite, regardless. Say goodnight after two or three of these. But certainly a happy goodnight.

Photo of philbe311
4.05/5  rDev -2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Notes from a side by side tasting of Blithering Idiot and Insanity

A - Light to medium caramel like brown color... An ever so faint haziness... A slight orange red hue is noticeable when held up to the light... A thin light tan colored head quickly fizzes away leaving only a thin ring of bubbles around the edge of the glass... Absolutely still within...

S - The oak aging is unavoidable... A warm inviting booziness dominates though it doesn't overpower... There is a complete void of the standard English Barleywine sweetness...

T - Similar to the nose, the oak aging dominates the palette... Alcohol warmth, wood, and a touch of vanilla dominate... Buried deep beneath the surface is a very faint touch of caramel and toffee sweetness...

M - The oak aging adds a certain sleek smoothness to this offerings... Medium to full bodied... Very limited carbonation... Goes down very very easily...

D - Most people have a love or hate relationship with oak aged offerings... Luckily for me, I tend to love them... That makes this Weyerbacher offering a keeper... On the positive side this is a very smooth and sophisticated offering... On the negative, not enough of the original English Barleywine survives...

Photo of jmdrpi
4.45/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

120z bottle poured into snifter

A - hazy amber brown color, thin head. tiny creamy bubbles cling tot he sides of the glass

S - caramel, booze, sweet malt

T - huge malt flavor, vanilla, warms the throat. flavors come alive as it warms

M - carbonation tingles the tongue, medium body, smooth

D - is very drinkable for the abv. great taste, great value

Photo of gnemesis
4.35/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 12oz bottle into snifter. Pors reddish-brown with thin off-white head. Smells of dark fruit and almost cloying sweet maltiness. Perhaps a little alcohol in the nose as well? The taste is more dark fruit, sweet, but not overly so. You can taste the slightly sour barrel age. Nicely blended and super delish. Medium carbonation with a medium to full body. Dangerously drinkable. One of my favorite barley wines. I will sit a bottle in the cellar and see what wonderful flavors emerge.

Photo of PittBeerGirl
3.2/5  rDev -22.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2.5

Found a bottle at 3 sons and thought it looked interesting-besides I've been generally avoiding barleywines for 3 yrs. Its the most recent release. 12 oz bottle poured into a snifter.

A-Body is a dark, nearly transparent ruby red hue. Pours with a white head that is minimal and quickly fades to a thin collar. Bubbles can be seen steadily rising to the top.

S-At first all I get is alcohol, oak, and grain. But the nose blossoms as the beer warms. Dark fruits such as cherry and red grapes emerge and come forward to dominate-although the nose is very dry like a dark wine.

T-The dominate flavor upfront is dry,dark fruit-neither sweet or tart. The oak presence is also quite noticeable-it is woody and wet and adds a nice component to the flavor. A mild grainy malt backbone is there initially as well The finish is very dry as the alcohol comes forward and leaves a moderate bitterness and a very large heat. All that lingers are the slightest hints of soaked wood and dry dark fruit behind the big alcohol heat.

M-Low to medium carbonation and medium weight body that is completely dominated by alcohol astringency. A mild amount of smooth oak and malt are there-but very scant.

D- This brew is very complex and I like the balance the oak attempts to add to this brew. In the end though this brew is still a super boozy barley wine. Its definitely better and more tolerable as it warms but still too hot for my liking with nothing but a dry wine character to show for it- I guess that's pretty common for this style-hence why I am not a wine-o. Very cool to try an oaked barleywine though. In summary-don't look at my score-read my review.

Photo of dasenebler
3.78/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

12 oz. bottle. 2010 bottling purchased at brewery.

Pours a rich ruby-brown hue with a nice light-tan head. Retention is average; lacing is good.

Aroma is quite cloying and reminiscent of toffee, caramel, ripe fruit and booze.

Flavor is nice and layered. Though this is a big, sweet beer, the oak aging provides complex counterpoint, with notes of vanilla, toffee, and dark, rich fruit. There is a lingering woody flavor, and the alcohol is very warming. Mouthfeel is very smooth. Drinkability is not high given the richness and heat, but my overall impression of this beer is that it's a nice sipper.

Although the sweetness is a bit overdone, I found Insanity to be much more enjoyable than the unoaked Weyerbacher barleywine, Blithering Idiot.

Photo of cavedave
4.4/5  rDev +6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Pours a cloudy with yeasties, very dark amber, barely translucent, topped initially by a firm dark beige head which recedes quickly to a thin skim and persistent ring.

Here I switch to a different review style- this beer deserves something less clinical, as the component features of this brew are hard to define, and largely inconsequential. This barley wine f***ing rocks! The taste of this is a magnificent blend, a full flavored, easy drinking onslaught of elusive fruits, luscious floral ghosts, an almost sucrose sweet that is clean and never cloying, and a juicy finish that picks up a bit of spicy alcohol as it cascades into a lasting deliciosity on the palate. Lots of tangy esters and subtle hoppiness below the surface, adding complexity. Not a modern hoppy American take, but a classic rendition of a classic style. It tastes as good now, less than a year, as a fine old ale. Get this if you see it!

Photo of Arenbeer
4.79/5  rDev +15.4%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

12oz bottle into a snifter glass

A- Pours with a cloudy dark rusty brown body and a super tight 1 1/2 finger off white head.

S- Strong oak vanilla notes with a touch of boozy heat. But really not much, very mellow for 11 abv.

T- So damn delicious. Sweet caremal and toffee malts with a well balanced oak/vanilla flavor. Sweet molasses style sugar and a maybe some fruitiness.

M- Drinking this beer gives you a full bodied creaminess with little carbonation and only a slight bitter finish making it such an easy drinker.

Overall this is probably one of my favorite beers, and that's saying a lot. It's so complex and yet not at all. The alcohol is perfectly hidden behind a delicious array of flavors. And the flavor never gets old because as it warms the more it comes to life. Great job weyerbacher. Great job!

SkÅL!

Photo of FeDUBBELFIST
4.28/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Bottle to wine glass. One of the more attractive labels from the Weyerbacher lineup. But I'm still holding out until they change the font for their company logo before I buy my t-shirt! Enjoyed between 50 and 55 degrees.

A: A semi-vigorous pour produces a small light brown sudsy head which is gone quickly. The body is just shy of brilliant clarity when held to light but is otherwise completely opaque. Interesting how it does that. The color of the brew is a two-fold gradient from medium to dark and orange to bronze with a ruby tint. Great depth. Lacing is spare as expected.

S: Malts are appropriately harsh. Sweet sourdough bread, caramel, toffee and toasted nuts. The hops are heavy and resinous. A light fruity ester yeastiness provides ample balance to the aroma profile. Bitterness is evident upon the first whiff. Bit of rum on the nose...

T: ...and bourbon whiskey on the palate. Mild solvent-like qualities; the alcohol is detectable but somehow avoids interference. Slightly medicinal. (READ: Age this brew.) Notes of oak and vanilla and faint notes of cherry. Lightly sweet and lightly bitter. Well composed.

M: The full body is mouth-coating and as cloying as a good barleywine should be. Sticky to the touch but velvetty smooth and luscious in the mouth. Pleasantly soft carbonation. Sweet finish.

D: The decision to age the Blithering Idiot in oak barrels was a smart one. And though I am thoroughly enjoying this brew fresh, I REALLY look forward to cellaring a few bottles. I expect even better results over the next couple of years.

Photo of HopNuggets
4.28/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured 22oz bomber into a snifter.

A - Poured a light brick red with a ton of floating sediment that were all uniform sizes and kind of looked like carbonation bubbles at first glance. It let a bit of light through the top and bottom of the glass to produce a bright burnt orange color. Head was about a 2 finger off white that dissipated to a 1/8" head that stayed with the brew all the way down the glass and left speckled lacing as well.

S - Typical candied sugar in the front followed by toffee and some brown sugar.

T - Sweet candied sugar and a bit hot following that stayed with the taste the way down and following. Good for a young barleywine as it was only aged about 6 months. I really wanted to crack it so I did, but thought it would only better with age.

M - Quite nice going down that leaves a coating over the mouth after it has entered and dissipeared. Leaves you wanting another sip to get more of that hot booze down the gullet. haha.

D - Of, if you want to get hammered drink a bomber or 2 of this one and you will have achieved it. But for a barleywine it was very drinkable and well done by Weyerbacher as usual.

Photo of Lazerlobe
4/5  rDev -3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a dark ruddy brown with a very light film of foam. This smells mostly of dark fruits, molasses and gummy candy. Those dark fruits wake up and some vanilla surfaces with it. It is sticky sweet and I really can't shake the notion that I am drinking liquid gummy fruit candies. I am not finding any overt hop character here either. The carbonation is pretty light as some other reviewers have remarked but that don't bother me none. This is a straight across the board '4' for me.

Photo of Jesstyr
3.97/5  rDev -4.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Enjoyed in Westmalle chalice and paired with a tremendous ribeye.

Appearance was the only disappointing part of this beer - no head, and lacing the quickly escapes after each drink. Nose is rich and sweet - I get much more vanilla in this than any bourbon, but its well balanced nonetheless.

Taste is very nice, not smooth, but rich with fruit, dark sugar, and vanilla. Reminds me of a belgian strong dark, but with slight venal qualities. Raisins, sugar, etc. Body is light medium, and this one definitely hits hard - the ABV is 11%, but it hit harder than that to me.

Photo of Radome
4.18/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz bottle into a Duvel glass.

A - Brilliant clarity; medium brown with a strong red tint. Thick off-white head that settles to a creamy layer of tiny bubbles. Gorgeous.

S - Strong mix of alcohol and oak initially, later sweet malt and bourbon emerge. Very interesting and inviting.

T - Malt and alcohol, with some oak, but not as much as the oaky aroma would lead you to expect. Hops taste is nowhere to be found, but there is moderate bitterness to keep the sweetness in check. Not as complex as the aroma suggested.

M - A bit thin for the style. Alcohol heat. Mouth-coating feeling you would expect.

D - Great appearance and aroma. Taste is very nice, butI'd prefer a little more body and flavor complexity.

Photo of caddybuyer
4.25/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a bomber at slightly warmer than celler temperature into a snifter.

Picked this up roughly a year ago, so there is a bit of age on it.

A-Mostly clear ruddy amber with a creamy eggshell head that settles quite rapidly. Some attractive sticky lace which is surprising for a barleywine.

S-Nose is a subtle mix of oak, bourbon, cherry, vanilla, caramel with nothing dominating but in perfect harmony. Alcohol is present, but way in the background.

T-The first sensation in the taste is the full bodied creamy mouthfeel. Initially, sweet bourbon soaked marachino cherries play with dark fruits and oaky vanilla caramel maltiness followed by a slighly astringent bitter finish that lasts a long while. Some reviewers have found this to be a bit hot, but perhaps the year of age has mellowed this as there is nothing but full bodied, full flavored richness here. A true sipper this one, and a very nice one as well.

M-Full bodied and creamy...mouthfeel is a strongpoint of this brew. A treat.

D-I don't drink alot of barleywines, but generally enjoy the ones I do. This is one of the better ones that I have tried, and much may be due to the age. Will definately grab a few more and put them down for awhile.

Photo of buschbeer
3.93/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

I poured into a pint glass to absolutely no head. It is a murky rust color and looks syrupy thick. The aroma is oak/vanilla and then alcohol. This beer has alcohol all over the smell and taste, which is not a bad thing. It just makes this beer a sipper. The taste is vanilla with some caramel sweetness. I get a little cherry mixed in there, too. Then comes the alcohol. I get a warming from the alcohol. I like the oak barrel aging. I tend to like all beers aged in oak barrels, or aged in general. However, the sweetness makes this one tough to handle more than one of at a time.

Cheers!

Photo of SShelly
4.17/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours light amber, very cloudy no head.

Aroma is dark and malty, no hops, really opens up when it warms, lots of wood and vanilla.

Dark malty flavor with tannic vanilla and wood, light bitterness left on the pallet. Gets more and more oaky as it warms.

Pretty darn tasty, as others have posted one to be dranken warm.

Photo of Patrick999
4.35/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Light amber, not too much head.

Light raisins and some booze in the nose...not really too much beyond that.

Damn, what the hell? Where was all this hiding in the aroma? A little char, a LOT of toasted coconut. I love beers that have this vanilla-coconut taste, and this one has it in spades. Wow. And the 11.1% here isn't anywhere near as tough as I thought it could be.

The "big beer" manifests itself in the feel...low carbonation, thick feel.

Drinkability is much higher than I thought it would be. You feel it, but it doesn't show in the taste at all, always a plus for a barleywine. I don't know, I wasn't expecting to be as impressed by this as I am.

Photo of pmccallum86
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Pours a caramel color with a toffee colored head. Not bad, but nothing special.

Toffe sweetness in the nose, big roasted malts as well.

Taste is big, kind of hot too. Lots of residual sweetness in the finish. Oak comes through pretty heavily, which adds a nive touch. Solid example of the style.

Medium to high carbonation, which I find a little surprising as it was barrel aged. Very full bodied as well.

Drinkablility is good, not great, but a nice treat on occasion.

Photo of silentjay
4.02/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

pours a deep mahogany/brown with little head and lacing.

smellls mostly of toffee, dark fruits (raisins, figs, dates), wood/oak, brown sugar. a lot of booziness and a bit of rye bread. Vanilla extract comes to mind.

taste is similar to the aroma. a little bit more hops than in the aroma, but the oak and vanilla and booze are the most dominant flavors. lots of maple. an alcohol warming is evident, but its not an unpleasant harshness, its rather pleasant like a liqueur.

There is a heavy, syrupy mouthfeel, with a low carbonation which is perfect for the taste. Makes it feel like a liqueur, which is similar to the taste.

Drinkability is right where it should be for this beer. You can't shotgun this beer by any means, but its not meant for that. The booziness makes you take smaller sips, which makes this sipper last all night, which is perfect for a beer of this strength and complexity.

Not an everyday drinker. Not a beer I would recommend to many average people. Not even a good example of the style. But, its definitely unique and complex, with lots of flavors coming out that are not present in any other beers.

Photo of TMoney2591
3.93/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Served in a Dogfish Head snifter.

Visually unassuming, the colors here are primarily dark ambers and earthy browns. Add a saucy tinge of haze and remove most of what most would consider head. There you go. See it? Give it time. Once you've got it (we don't have all damn day...) take a deep whiff. What's that ya gettin' there, hm? If you ask me, there's definitely some oak, some bourbon, maybe a touch of spruce, and a good, healthy dose of alcohol. Izzat whatchoo've got? ... Sorry, got a little woozy there from the fumes. We're good now. Trust me. So, kiddies, when we slosh this bad boy around in our oral cavities (that's sciencey talk for "cake hole"), what do we see with our taste buds? Definitely some honey, some more oak and bourbon, some maple syrup (can you say "pancakes, bitches!"?), and some brown sugar. Do any of you have anything to add? No? Good, that means the treatment's working. Just let it glide up your spine, that's it. Isn't that nice? Oddly enough, kids, this brew flows just as thickly and gooily as that sensation you're feeling. Now, you're probably not gonna want to have seconds on the treatment (hell, you won't even need another: one's all you'll ever need, heh heh...), but those of you who eventually regain their memories will want to have another one of these. **ding-ding* Dr. Money, you are needed in the lobotomy lab stat* Whoa, gotta go, kids, but I'll be back real soon to check up on you. Sleep tight now!

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Insanity from Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
93 out of 100 based on 2,124 ratings.