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Best Canned Beer

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SerialTicker, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. SammyJaxxxx

    SammyJaxxxx Poobah (1,045) New Jersey Feb 23, 2012 Subscriber Beer Trader

    Let me take a guess, glass aging would give all those wonderful hops a chance to fade thereby negating this beer's hopiliousness
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  2. Groomsy

    Groomsy Savant (360) Kentucky Sep 23, 2010

    Oskar Blues Old Chub. Smoky, malty goodness. I haven't had Ten Fidy so can't attest to it.

    I haven't tried SNPA out of the can yet, though it's available here. That may be my first warm weather purchase.
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  3. Frddymck

    Frddymck Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2013

    Most definitely Heady Topper! Since I basically just have to walk across the street to get it, this beer has become my go to beer...lol!
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  4. Kinsman

    Kinsman Advocate (660) California Aug 26, 2009

    I'll beat it some more. Those two get my vote. I'll add SN Torpedo for it's year-round status and wide distribution.
  5. MADPolo

    MADPolo Savant (465) Alabama Dec 19, 2012

    Cigar City Jai Alai
    Oskar Blues Ten Fidy
    Oskar Blues Old Chub

    If all I could drink was cans, those would be my three lifesavers!
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  6. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Champion (800) Colorado Jan 20, 2012 Beer Trader

    In an attempt not to repeat whats already been said, I'm going with upslope happy camper and ska's modus hoperandi.
  7. rmerling

    rmerling Zealot (90) Maryland Oct 20, 2012

    Can I get some love for some Maui Brewing? Coconut Porter, Big Swell IPA, Mana Wheat and an occasional collaboration beer are usually pretty easy to find here in MD and we didn't have issue in CO finding them either.
  8. otispdriftwood

    otispdriftwood Advocate (730) Colorado Dec 9, 2011 Beer Trader

    Nice new word. Easy to read and comprehend but difficult to pronounce.
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  9. Personally don't like Buffalo Sweat, but I'll mention 8-Bit again. Oasis is decent, too, but 8-Bit is a truly fantastic APA.
  10. highdesertdrinker

    highdesertdrinker Advocate (670) Arizona Nov 5, 2012 Beer Trader

    Not only that but he knows a lot about beer, too!:p
  11. creepinjeeper

    creepinjeeper Champion (950) Missouri Nov 8, 2012 Subscriber Beer Trader

    Oh, I wanted it all, but my budget said pick two. So I grabbed those two. Next time I go, I plan on picking up others in the Tallgrass line. Halcyon was enough to keep me interested in their beers. The Schlafly's APA was pretty decent as well, but not it's not in cans, so I shouldn't really mention it here.
  12. Icarus

    Icarus Savant (270) Minnesota Oct 6, 2012

    Surly Abrasive has to be right near the top of this list.
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  13. galvetraz

    galvetraz Aficionado (135) Texas Sep 7, 2009

    Nothing beats an ice cold Barrel Aged Olde English 800...and by barrel aged I mean the big beat up Rubbermaid trash can full of ice used to age it sitting by the front door of the gas station near my house.

    In all seriousness, it's hard to beat some Dales Pale Ale...finally had a Sixpoint Bengali the other day as it is relatively new to Texas, pretty tasty
  14. Mojo

    Mojo Savant (480) Alabama Jul 21, 2012

    Good People Snake Handler IIPA
  15. atoulouk

    atoulouk Savant (445) Indiana Apr 25, 2011 Beer Trader

    Heady Topper for hoppy
    Ten Fidy for malty

    end discussion
  16. Ten Fidy
    Monk's Blood
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  17. Southern Star Buried Hatchet Stout and Sly Fox Pikeland Pils top my list.
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  18. nc41

    nc41 Champion (855) North Carolina Sep 25, 2008 Beer Trader

    Heady Topper and Abrasive are far and away the bet stuff available in a can.
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  19. Kinshasa

    Kinshasa Aficionado (195) New Jersey Jan 4, 2013 Beer Trader

    I gotta say a fresh Deviant Dales IPA is the best canned beer I've had. You get 16oz too, so its a little bonus! It's one of my go to IPA's and readily available in my area. I'm sure I'm in the minority, but Ten Fidy is just ok to me.
  20. Drew26

    Drew26 Advocate (510) Wisconsin Nov 2, 2012 Beer Trader

    +1 Old Chub
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  21. skinsfan

    skinsfan Champion (950) Maryland May 24, 2005 Beer Trader

    Tie for me between Surly Wet and Abrasive. Have not had Heady Topper yet to see where it stacks up.
  22. mnrider

    mnrider Savant (465) Connecticut May 26, 2009

    What!!! Why no one mention Red Dog or Tecate????
  23. brewsader

    brewsader Savant (310) New York Dec 7, 2012 Beer Trader

    funny how i stumble across this thread fifteen seconds after cracking open a heady...
  24. Revenant

    Revenant Savant (350) Minnesota Aug 8, 2012

    No disrespect to all the Ten Fidy and Heady whores, but, KNEEL BEFORE ABRASIVE!!!!!!!!
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  25. jhillwastaken

    jhillwastaken Savant (345) Illinois Jan 21, 2012 Beer Trader

    I really like Ten Fidy and I'm sure Heady is hype worthy, but I haven't had the pleasure yet, so I'm gonna say Revolution Anti-Hero. It's basically become my go to session beer.
  26. Brodie91

    Brodie91 Initiate (0) New York Jul 13, 2012

    I gotta go with Sixpoint Bengali Tiger. Im looking forward to having some on the train into NYC before hitting the bars in the 10 degree weather and snow haha
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  27. zrbeer1579

    zrbeer1579 Savant (380) Illinois Dec 3, 2012

    Here in Chicago, Daisy Cutter is probably the best canned beer. That or Anti- Hero from Revolution.
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  28. dman127

    dman127 Savant (320) Illinois Jul 11, 2011 Beer Trader

    Another couple to add - but a little off the grid for most:
    Westbrook IPA and Westbrook White Thai
  29. Heady Topper
    Ten Fidy
    Need to try Jai Alai!
  30. ilikebeer03

    ilikebeer03 Savant (440) Texas Oct 17, 2012

    For those in Texas, Karbach is fantastic and they can.
  31. kingofhop

    kingofhop Advocate (565) Oklahoma May 9, 2010

    Southern Star Pine Belt Ale. (Gawd I hate givin' Texas any respect)! ;)
  32. nc41

    nc41 Champion (855) North Carolina Sep 25, 2008 Beer Trader

    Let me throw out a plus on Double Daisy Cutter, this one is a monster of bitter goodness.
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  33. philly224

    philly224 Savant (335) Pennsylvania Jan 30, 2011 Beer Trader

    Easily Heady Topper for me.
  34. HoosierBrew

    HoosierBrew Aficionado (225) Indiana Jan 12, 2013 Beer Trader

    Modus Hoperandi by Ska is pretty good.
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  35. bluejacket74

    bluejacket74 Poobah (1,000) Ohio Jul 4, 2005 Subscriber

    Never had Heady Topper, so I'll have to go by what I've tried (that I can think of right now):

    Oskar Blues Ten Fidy
    Southern Star Buried Hatchet Stout
    21st Amendment Back In Black
    Surly Furious
    Great River Redband Stout
  36. seplo

    seplo Savant (490) Connecticut Sep 8, 2009 Beer Trader

    Fuckin' Heady Topper...CHEERS
  37. I am a big fan of Tallgrass 8-Bit.... If it is not just fresh but within 3 months it has a whole ton of flavor and for the ABV for a APA it can not be beat imo....!!!! GET SOME;)
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  38. My highest rated is Heady Topper.
  39. GFG

    GFG Savant (315) North Dakota Oct 24, 2012