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Favorite Brewery?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Jacurdy60, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. smcnulty1981

    smcnulty1981 Member

    Location:
    Rhode Island
    For myself it would have to be Allagash great barrel aging and sour program best in New England that I can get ( I don't have easy access to hill farmstand and the alchemist ). Fireatone walker and Lagunitas would be second and my favorite west coast brewers.
  2. alucard6679

    alucard6679 Member

    Location:
    Arizona
    They would definitly be in my top 5, and i can get quite a few of their brews here in Phoenix
  3. fatsnowman22

    fatsnowman22 Member

    Location:
    Nevada
    Several. Any brewery that can nail a classic or push the boundaries. Nepotism is an evil thing
  4. Samuel906

    Samuel906 Member

    Location:
    California
    Dogfish head for me... They know hops, they aren't afraid to try crazy stuff, and world wide stout changed my life haha
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  5. ReeseMax3

    ReeseMax3 Member

    Location:
    Florida
    Allagash is my first love. They have some dank brews: Curieux introduced me barrel aged beer. Then there's Interlude, Bourbon barrel aged Black, Hugh Malone, Tripel and Odessey. That's one hell of a lineup
  6. fx20736

    fx20736 Member

    Location:
    New York
    Goose Island grows in my esteem by the day.
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  7. flayedandskinned

    flayedandskinned Member

    Location:
    California
    I can't possibly pick one favorite because sometimes I'm in the mood for different approaches on styles.

    For pure finese and class, Russian River.

    For pure adventure and crass, Dogfish Head
  8. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Member

    Location:
    New York
    Anchor gets the largest share of my beer spend. They may not excite most people but their lineup suits me so well.
    Bells would get my vote if I had regular access, but I limited to just a few stock ups a year. I really hope they land in NY sooner than later.
    Wish I had a local brewery to get crazy over but there is none, sadly
  9. nootch23

    nootch23 Member

    Location:
    Massachusetts
    My favorite breweries lie mostly in the northeast. Maine Beer Co., Hill Farmstead and Lawson's. Just feels like everything each one comes out with tastes great.
  10. ESeab

    ESeab Member

    Location:
    New Jersey
    Dogfish head.
    I love all there beer and they make so many different ones. Indian Brown Ale most underrated beer ever
  11. bbburgh

    bbburgh Member

    Russian River Brewery, Santa Rosa, Cali
  12. Slickyinc

    Slickyinc Member

    Location:
    Tennessee
    Ive had limited exposure, and the area I live in has few brews. I do like most of Seirra Nevada stuff though.
  13. Ricelikesbeer

    Ricelikesbeer Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    GD could get a nod for me If I loved everything they make as much as the whole Yeti series :)

    But unfortunately they have either a house yeast or malt profile that tastes like dogfood to me in their hoppy beers. I find DPA to almost be undrinkable. Titan is slightly better but not by much.

    I love Ruffian, Yeti's, Nomad, Orabelle, ect.
  14. HipsterBrewfus

    HipsterBrewfus Member

    Location:
    Maryland
    Flying Dog. They have been consistently good, and I have been able to enjoy pretty much all of them. Except for Garde Dog. I wasn't a fan of that. And I cant drink Pearl Necklace (Shellfish allergy) so the lack of a stout bothers me a bit. but i can get by
  15. dc4three

    dc4three Member

    Location:
    New Jersey
    toss up between southern tier and maine beer company
  16. bleakies

    bleakies Member

    Location:
    Massachusetts
    Pretty Things.

    Etc.
  17. RyFikes

    RyFikes Member

    Location:
    New York
    In no particular order:
    Troegs
    Ommegang
    Great Lakes Brewing Co.
    Lagunitas
    Southern Tier

    Can you tell I live in NY?
  18. MCDub

    MCDub Member

    Location:
    North Carolina
    I respect this choice and I love the Wedge, but, to me, it's not even the best Asheville brewery anymore. Wicked Weed.
  19. jglowe77

    jglowe77 Initiate

    Location:
    Massachusetts
    I wrote a friggen book in that e-mail, hoping that it would help my chances.:D
  20. MisterGrizz

    MisterGrizz Member

    Location:
    Texas
    Broken record here...

    Founders
    Dogfish Head
    Founders
    Great Divide
    Sierra Nevada
    Founders
    Founders
  21. JimSmetana

    JimSmetana Member

    Location:
    Illinois
    Because they are local and all their offerings are excellent I will say Revolution!:)
  22. fullmetal1381

    fullmetal1381 Member

    Location:
    Florida
    Cigar City, because I live here, and they love the locals. Founders is a very close second. Three Floyds is a very close third because I used to live 10 minutes from there and I love the food (and beer).
  23. BrianTheBrewer30

    BrianTheBrewer30 Member

    Location:
    Massachusetts
  24. OneLowChevy

    OneLowChevy Member

    Location:
    California
    Anchor Brewing in San Francisco.
  25. Sludgeman

    Sludgeman Member

    I love nipples and wine goblets!
  26. mporter13

    mporter13 Member

    Location:
    Oregon
    It was Deschutes for the longest time, but Sierra Nevada just recently converted me. All of their seasonals are fantastic and I absolutely love the high gravity series. Plus their year-round selection is strong. There's just not much not to like.
  27. Sludgeman

    Sludgeman Member

    Is there a way for me on BA to look at a brewery and then just the beers I have rated? I know I can rate the brewery visit directly, but I would like to rate the brewery based on the beers I have rated individually. That would be a cool search - a list ranking all breweries based on my beer ratings! Then I could tell you my favorite.
  28. EddieGold

    EddieGold Member

    Location:
    North Carolina
    i have had their dipa from a half growler, it was great. i havent been to the brewery yet, i planing a visit soon though.
  29. Canadian - Unibroue ,
    American - Deschutes
  30. joel66

    joel66 Member

    Location:
    New York

    HF by a long shot for me.
  31. iSrALE

    iSrALE Member

    Location:
    Mexico
    Russian River, Lagunitas, Alpine.
  32. HumphreyLee

    HumphreyLee Member

    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Still got a lot to try the wares of, but at this point it has to be Founders. Their success ratio is so damn high and whether it's seasonals or the year round lineup there's always something of theirs out I can find to drink that fits my mood/appetite. I've basically had everything they produce sans the Backstage stuff and I think Cerise is pretty much the only one I was not a fan of.
  33. sil1

    sil1 Member

    Location:
    California
    Lost abbey/port

    Don't think anyone else has the range to compete
  34. Fattmatt73

    Fattmatt73 Member

    Location:
    Georgia
    I'm just gonna be a huge homer and say Terrapin.
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  35. alexsess

    alexsess Member

    Location:
    California
    Wow so many but limited to a few Russian River, Alpine , Kern , and LadyFace
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  36. SShelly

    SShelly Member

    Location:
    Oregon
    Alesmith probably has my favorite top to bottom list of year round beer for sure. Not sure if they are in texas, but they distribute the majority of the US...

  37. tone77

    tone77 Member

    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Troegs and Unibroue.
  38. HokiesandBeer

    HokiesandBeer Member

    Location:
    Korea (South)
    Really? My local supermarket (suburb of Philly) has at least 3 different types of Alesmith.
  39. ferry

    ferry Member

    Well i have tried almost all bear brands. But my favorite is Budweiser. It has good taste and i really feel relax after having this brand. Lagunitas brewery is also good one..I like these two brands most..
  40. MCDub

    MCDub Member

    Location:
    North Carolina
    It's great. They put a ton of money into what they have going on over there. I grew up with two of the owners and they are both great guys. Their open fermenter is worth taking a look at for sure. I was down in the taproom hanging out before they opened one Friday and they poured out some samplers of all their beer on tap. It was the most they've had on tap at one time (26 i think). Pretty awesome.

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