Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Hamburgers, Jan 10, 2013.
FW Wookey Jack?
FW Wookey Jack.
Ommegang Rare Vos
I'll whip up some more foot beer for the next time you visit then...
Gin barrel aged of course!
After last night I might need to change my answer to Green Flash's West Coast IPA
512 Nitro Pecan Porter
Tough question. Would probably want to go with a "lighter" but flavorful IPA to get me through all seasons (I'd have a tough time with Breakfast Stout in July & August, for instance, and conversely wouldn't want something too light for those Northeast winters). Maybe Maine's Lunch or Bell's Two-Hearted.
Fascinating query...have to be a strong, but flavorful pale ale. If I'm going to have 1 or maybe a few needs to be versatile.
Half Acre Daisy Cutter
3 Floyds Zombie Dust
Burton Baton. It's two beers in one.
What is Enlightenment
"foot beer" wtf is that...
and yeah, age that shit in gin barrels and then we're talking! hope you're lady's 30th is a good time, sorry I can't make it...btw, shoot me a bm with the new info on the brasserie!!!
I'm right there with you.....I was going to say Breakfast Stout but when it's 95 degrees outside I might want something lighter. I'm actually thinking that I might go with Celebration, Green Flash West Coast IPA, or Flower Power.
... maybe Sun King Osiris Pale. Tons of flavor. 5.6% = definitely sessionable.
And I like her even more cause she plays hard to get (SK is Indiana-only).
Toss up between Boston Lager or HF Edward
wow if i could it would be: drum roll plz : westy 12. same beer I could live with no problem
Yeah I second that. That beer is amazing no matternwhat
The gin barrel Saison. Memories of your description...
"this smells like feet! Pretty decent though..."
I am a beer polygamist. My first love in beer was St Bernardus; however, then I discovered Bells Expedition Stout. The short answer is i put the Ger in beer Swinger. No one beer can satisfy me.
haha, if I'm not mistaken, that was my sisters opinion on the beer (despite really enjoying it)...honestly forgot all about that!
Sprecher Black Bavarian
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