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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Kanger, Sep 11, 2013.
Sam Adams had an Imperial Pilsner..it was Amazing!
Ummmmm, I've seen this on the shelves already this year. Is 2013 the last year for it?
This magnificent bastard...and this 20th anniversary lovely...
And I can't forget...
Beamish here in the states. I wish they would import here again but I think they cut it off after Heineken bought the brewery. My favorite Irish Dry Stout.
I think/hope you're right about Fort.
For me, Stone's 15th Anniversary Escondidian Black IPA. Wish, wish, wish they turned that into a regular part of their lineup!
Dark Horse Three Guys Off the Scale Barleywine. I said it before and imagine I'll be saying it again.
Not sure if you've had it but, I would recommend this ...
King & Barnes Festive
King & Barnes Christmas
Maclay Oat Malt Stout
Gales Prize Old Ale
Young's Old Nick
To name but a few.
Dayman by Stone
I just remembered this one
A collaboration between STONE + BAIRD + ISHII for a Green Tea IPA
It was unique and delicious.
There's a store by me that has a few four packs left. Maybe you could find the same down by you.
Victory Wild Devil.. sob
Either the Anniversary Series Dampfbier of Roggenbier from August Schell.
Bells This One Goes To 11
This is the last year. It's being retired.
King Henry for me.
New Glarus Unplugged Iced Barleywine.
Yeah I'm not sure that will ever come out again due to Monster the Cat passing away last year.
Weyerbacher Raspberry Imperial Stout. One of my first big beers (and fruit beers are not typically my fave).
Thanks for the tip. I thought I heard that it was being dropped(retired my ass), but when I saw it in stores I assumed they had recanted, guess not. Time to clear some space in the cellar...
CBS, Cerise, BCBS vanilla...
As a matter of fact, I'm drinking it right now
Firestone XV. A few years ago, a local pizza joint had a Firestone-Walker night with a rep, a cask of Pale 31, and XV on tap, served in pint glasses for (presumably accidentally) regular tap prices. Holy **** that was a fantastic beer, on tap until they ran out. I mean, the Pale 31 on cask was good, but that XV was the cat's pajamas.
New Glarus Alt
I always thought that Wild Devil tasted a lot like Orval (though somewhat more hoppy). If you haven't had Orval, it may be close to what you're looking for. Hope this helps.
DFH Squall and Stillwater Stateside Saison - Chardonnay Barrel Aged
Otter Creek Alpine Ale
I can't believe I forgot about those! Right now I only have 1 stout left
Schell's Stag Barleywine. Just lovely.
I am pretty sure that four packs of As Follows are starting to make there way to the market.
Dayman for sure, that beer was very good and remains one of the reasons I'll buy all the stone collabs
Oh yeah, I forgot about that one. I had it on tap and so did my wife. The server described it as "this tastes like medicine. Seriously, it tastes like aspirin". He was spot on yet I liked it. My wife however thought it tasted horrible.
Founders Cashew Mountain Brown.
i thought there were talks of fort coming back?
Smuttynose - Hanami Ale.. i sent an email asking if this would ever come back and they were mentioning how it's unlikely because it didn't sell. i thought it was MUCH better than founders cerise.. much more balanced and perfect for sumer/spring. just wish i could have one more 6 pack to try to decipher the grain bill/ingredients used so i can make a clone (or at least something similar).
Stone 10th Anniversary was one of my first craft beers and one of my favorites.
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