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One Beer 4 One Year

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Hamburgers, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. Mr_Brodie

    Mr_Brodie Aficionado (100) New York Dec 13, 2012

    It's Heady. Potential contender a constantly fresh Enjoy By x/x/x released weekly.
  2. JG-90

    JG-90 Savant (425) New Jersey Nov 29, 2012

    Yes. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
  3. HomeBrewed

    HomeBrewed Savant (400) Minnesota Dec 10, 2006

    I am going to have to echo the sentiments of many and go with Zombie Dust.
  4. 6packofbas

    6packofbas Aspirant (30) Jan 9, 2013

    Bavaria 8.6 even as it now clocks in a mere paltry 7.9 its creaminess and warming alcohol in a pale strong lager make it a year round fave!

    viva la lagers and booze!
  5. 6packofbas

    6packofbas Aspirant (30) Jan 9, 2013

    Bavaria 8.6 even as it now clocks in a mere paltry 7.9 its creaminess and warming alcohol in a pale strong lager make it a year round fave!

    viva la lagers and booze!
  6. RelentlessLefty

    RelentlessLefty Savant (290) Iowa Nov 1, 2012

    Hopslam, I love everything about it.
    Third coast old ale would be my second choice
  7. Bnoise11

    Bnoise11 Savant (335) California Dec 25, 2012

    i have BIL that drinks nothing but Miller Lite in a can, year in, year out.
  8. Weihenstephaner Pilsner- everything they make is built for the long haul, but this one has that same great malt character in their Original, and it's a bit hoppier. I just don't see myself tiring of it.
  9. SN Torpedo
  10. Pliny, either of the two...
  11. If picking right now, Heady. It is damn near close to a perfect everyday, every season beer.
  12. allouez86

    allouez86 Savant (350) Wisconsin Jan 24, 2009

    New Glarus Serendipity. Sour but not over sour for the summer and has all the fruits to make it a great
    holiday beer in the colder months.
  13. Easy grainbelt premium
  14. rdegroat

    rdegroat Zealot (85) New York Sep 19, 2009

    New Glarus Moon Man. Da moon, da moon ,da moon......
  15. thepartybird

    thepartybird Zealot (85) Colorado Jun 24, 2011

    Weihenstephaner Hefe

    Might leave me wanting for something stronger in the winter (Vitus or Aventinus maybe, or a barleywine), but I live in Florida and that's like a month and a half.
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  16. Bitter_Echo

    Bitter_Echo Savant (400) Michigan Apr 13, 2012

    Fresh Ninkasi Tricerahops bombers!
  17. kbrinson

    kbrinson Aficionado (110) Indiana Mar 5, 2010

    Hopslam. Of course I won't have any taste buds left.
  18. tbryan5

    tbryan5 Savant (490) Louisiana Sep 22, 2012

    westy 12
  19. tbryan5

    tbryan5 Savant (490) Louisiana Sep 22, 2012

    why not drink the best?
  20. 1100

    1100 Aficionado (140) Florida Feb 4, 2010

    If I could afford it...and find it.
    Rodenbach Grand Cru!
  21. Heady Topper, no contest.
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  22. djaeon

    djaeon Champion (755) California Oct 2, 2006

    At this moment, I'm thinking Narwhal. So good!
  23. Two-Hearted
  24. Hacker-Pschorr
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  25. Hill Farmstead Society and Solitude #5.

    If you'd had this beer, it'd be your choice as well. First time I had this, I reconsidered all that was great with the world, smiled, and said "yes."
  26. I'm going with a more realistic choice.... LUNCH!
    If I could get it, though, It'd be Zombie Dust.
  27. Zombie Dust!!
  28. Kelp

    Kelp Advocate (540) New Hampshire Mar 6, 2008

    These are valid points, so I would go with Damon, or maybe BA earl, no... birth of Tragedy, alright not exactly sure. Something dark from HF though.
  29. yeah they are hopping ciders now ;). its the new non beer ipa ;).
  30. fx20736

    fx20736 Advocate (530) New York Mar 7, 2009

    a beer that is refreshing enough for a hot Summer Day yet a nice enough sipper on a Winter Evening?

    I don't know any beer that would qualify, in fact this is a silly question.

    at least you could ask: "if you could only drink beers from one brewery for a year what would it be?"
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  31. Sculpin or Perdition.
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  32. Bitch Creek is your beer.
  33. Cenosillicaphobe

    Cenosillicaphobe Savant (360) Maine Jul 24, 2011

    Victory's Yakima Glory seems like a nice, versatile option, based on what you're asking...hmmmmm...
  34. Anker13

    Anker13 Aficionado (195) New Jersey Feb 14, 2011

    Good question. I would say heady, but I bought a case several months back and I ended up with a case of palate fatigue... Almost (luckily did not) got sick of it.

    That's why I'd go with either Harpoon Dark or Yards Brawler
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  35. This one's easy for me. Two Hearted Ale.
  36. mellowmark

    mellowmark Savant (465) Minnesota Mar 31, 2010

    Surly Furious
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  37. Would it be an allotment expected to be good for the whole year? Or would it be a magical beer that reappeared fresh through out the year? If it has to stay drinkable throughout the year, I choose Old Stock Ale. If it will be replenished, then I choose Fremont Summer Ale. Some beers that I like more might get tiresome after a year. Not those two.
  38. Sculpin on the reg!
  39. [​IMG]
    I've put some serious thought into this. I CAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNN'T!!!!! :D
  40. Mealhouse

    Mealhouse Savant (385) Minnesota Feb 19, 2012

    Abrasive, my mouth waters every time I think about that hoppy and grapefruity goodness.
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