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Styles that American brewers just haven't nailed

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by OneDropSoup, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. herrburgess

    herrburgess Poobah (1,035) South Carolina Nov 4, 2009 Beer Trader

    Absolutely! If you want a brew that nails the style 1970s Southern German-style Pils that is consistent with Northern German-style hopping and is, unlike any of those pilsners, unfiltered...nothing fits the bill like a Prima! Prost!
     
  2. “Absolutely! … Prima! Prost!

    Three exclamation marks!!! That’s the spirit, brother Scott!:)

    Cheers!
     
  3. jtdolla911

    jtdolla911 Savant (420) Massachusetts Nov 18, 2011 Beer Trader

    Gose, saison, belgian pale ale
     
  4. steveh

    steveh Champion (970) Illinois Oct 8, 2003

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  5. dennis3951

    dennis3951 Advocate (635) New Jersey Mar 6, 2008 Subscriber Beer Trader

    good point
     
  6. I'll second that. Pretty tasty representations of the style.
     
  7. Hefeweizen. I have yet to have a decent domestic yeast/wheat brew.
     
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  8. jtdolla911

    jtdolla911 Savant (420) Massachusetts Nov 18, 2011 Beer Trader

    Fresh Sebago Brewing Hefeweizen is pretty good. Not up to German standards, and only good fresh, but one of the better American versions I've had.

    Now I'm going to finish my Ayinger Brau Weisse
     
  9. Schell's Snowstorm 2010 was the best American brewed Weizenbock that I've had. The SN Beer Camp Weizenbock from 2011 was pretty damn tasty too. Outside those two, I haven't really seen too many American breweries attempt the style. Much to my dismay. :(
     
  10. poopinmybutt

    poopinmybutt Savant (325) Nebraska May 25, 2005

    people saying saison are nuts