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New Odell Cellar Series Peach IIPA

Discussion in 'Beer Releases' started by buffs9, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. ImJ2x

    ImJ2x Member

    Location:
    California
    I lived in Littleton and Highlands Ranch for 23 years (and all my family still lives there), so i REALLY wanna like CO beer. But, unfortunately, their IPAs are "meh" at best. Ska is very over-rated. Odell's base IPA is equally underwhelming. Myrcenary is serviceable, but NOT amazing. (The only CO beer that impresses me is Dry Dock DIPA.) I will definitely try this peach thingy, but my pessimism is nearly insurmountable...
  2. smutty33

    smutty33 Member

    Location:
    Connecticut
    This sounds delicious.

    I have to put up an ISO for some Odell's.Pronto.
    Just seems like you can't go wrong w/this brewery.

    Cheers All......
  3. antlerwrestler19

    antlerwrestler19 Member

    Location:
    Nebraska

    Let me know, I'll hook it up.
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  4. Moose90

    Moose90 Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    SMH, you are either taking CO IPA's for granted or are not a big west coast IPA fan. I feel seriously spoiled with most of Colorado's IPA's, it is nice living here, so much variety.

    Just curious, what are some of your favorite IPA's?
  5. Moose90

    Moose90 Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    It's all very accessible, BM me if you wanna deal.
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  6. hardy008

    hardy008 Member

    Location:
    Minnesota
    I can't wait to try this. Odell makes some of my favorite beers, especially their IPAs and IIPAs.
  7. kvgomps

    kvgomps Member

    Location:
    Massachusetts
    They are a fantastic brewery. However, the Woodcuts, Footprint, Friek and Meddler are nothing special. Different, but not something I'd buy twice - especially at their ridiculous price points. Everything they make in 4/6 packs is above average to stellar though. I wouldn't be surprised if this new brew sells for $12+. If you could take the mass distribution beers from Odell and combine them with the specialty bombers from Deschutes, you'd have the perfect brewery.
  8. HopsMatt

    HopsMatt Member

    Location:
    Kentucky
    They distribute to the St Louis are, correct? I may have to drive there just to get some of this. (Unless someone wants to work out a trade once it comes out.)
  9. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    So has there been any release date for this?
  10. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Member

    Location:
    Wyoming
    Early April is what I've read.
  11. rawfish

    rawfish Member

    Location:
    California
    Odell Brewing website has the release party dated April 6th.
  12. kpanter

    kpanter Member

    Location:
    Florida
    I'd love to trade some Cigar City or other FL brews for this. BM me if you have access to Odell, definitely want to try this Peach IIPA. Cheers!
  13. ImJ2x

    ImJ2x Member

    Location:
    California
    Well, here's my Top 5:
    1. Stone Ruination 10th Anniversary
    2. Alpine Bad Boy
    3. Kern Citra
    4. Alpine Nelson
    5. Stone EnjoyBy

    So, I obviously love west coast IPAs. I simply don't think CO makes any. (Other than Dry Dock DIPA, which IS delicious.)
    BTW, probably the most popular CO IPA is Maharaja- a beer I detest. It's not "west coast" in any way. It's way too sweet/syrupy/icky. It could be a DFH...
  14. SalukiAlum

    SalukiAlum Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    #1 Odell IPA #2 Dry Dock DIPA #3 Myrcenary #4 Maharaja #5 Renegade Elevation or Ryetous #6 Oskar Blues G'Knight or Deviant #7 New Belgium Super IPA to name a few. Looking forward to the Tree Shaker! Plenty of good IPA options in Colorado.
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  15. denver10

    denver10 Member

    Location:
    Colorado
    As long as Colorado has Odell's IPA, I am pretty much set on that front.

    Looking super forward to trying this Tree Shaker but still haven't come to terms with the idea that a IIPA is going to cost $13-$15 dollars for a bottle. I still see tons of Pond Hoppers on the local shelves, so I assume I am not the only who won't pay those prices for a (II)Pale Ale. Going to stick with Tree Shaker on tap unless it blows me away and I have to have a bottle to accompany me while watching some Rockies baseball.
  16. CaseyB23

    CaseyB23 Member

    Location:
    Illinois
    "I could eat a peach for hours."

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