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Wow! Tough one! Right now...
Block 15 Sticky Hands
I've never had the New England beers listed here....
Oregon... Oregon... And then there's Oregon!
Very limited in Arkansas from what I have been able to find. They had it in the back room where I went. I had to ask for it just to get a six...
My cans of Deviant... "Satans Holywater"
Something lately would have to be Jai Alai. A buddy of mine brought back a 6er from Florida for me and after the first one, I was ready for another.
Being a native Oregonian, congrats to Roanoke. I had my first Black Butte Porter in the 80's when Deschutes started and still enjoy it today. All...
Lagunitas IPAs (multiple included)
Dirtwolf. Tried it in Oregon and here in Arkansas again when we got distro. Just doesn't taste good to me. Uneven and not put together well, and I...
This is great news!
I had a growler fill of Megafauna by Larelwood Brewing in Portland. Definitely the best DIPA I have had. I was almost dissapointed to have...
I'm gonna go back a ways for this,
Full Sail Amber- great amber that was real big in the Northwest for many years, still popular....
I'll go with,
As an introduction, Left Hand Milk Stout, and Obsidian Stout are reasonable ABV stouts that can ease you into the style.
This goes back a ways and starts in the 80's. First I'd have to say Widmer Hef. Although it isn't enjoyable for me unless on tap. Others include...
For quality and price point,
Other things factored in,
Boneyard(even though they...
It's funny how people view things differently. I'm a big fan of Hop Stoopid and I can't believe it's not more bitter than it is for the IBU's. Now...
Man this is a tough one. I'll be arriving back home on the 4th to visit mom and dad where I grew up just outside of Portland Ore. With about 10...
Agree with all the offerings so far. I might add Odell's IPA, Deschutes Fresh Squeezed, and Firestone Walker Union Jack, if they are available in...
Back in 88' or 89' deschutes really got me into it before that Widmer and Bridgeport got me started.