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I'm usually not super impressed with new companies I try these days, what with the beer market being so saturated. But I have to say, Against the...
What beer do you wish was available in your area? What beer are you surprised isn't available?
As for me, I'd love to see Sixpoint in Michigan....
I've been craving a sweetish stout lately. Other than Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro, what are your favorites in this style?
Liked for the Baroness
I have one of these in my fridge. Thinking of having it next.
Three words: Bell's Best Brown. That is al..
Against the Grain Brewing Co. I found them in early December so that counts. They're 35K Milk Stout is amazing! I'm sitting here drinking a Citra...
Gonna nominate Founder's Doom. A barrel-aged DIPA. It's a sipper.
I gotta second Head Hunter. That one took me by surprise.
Can't forget Great Divide's Hibernation Ale.
Well hello, fellow Michigander and Metro Detroiter(?)!
Love me some Rochester Mills!
Just came from the store with a mix six, two of them are Breakfast Stouts :-)
I hope so. Such an overrated practice IMHO. I enjoy a barrel-aged beer every now and then but it's getting kind of dumb.
I think you might be correct. I wasn't aware of the recall, thank you.
Last night I cracked open a bottle of Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro, one of my favorite stouts. Pouring hard (i.e. Just straight down into a glass)...
I have 5 New Holland Poets left...
It seems like barrel-aging, adding extra coffee and chocolate to stouts is all the rage today. What's your best example of a solid, nothing fancy...
1. Bell's Two Hearted
2. Founder's Breakfast Stout
Bell's is my favorite company. I hate their Winter White ale. I just don't like Belgian yeast.
I'd like to say 3 Floyds. I mean we share a border haha. But maybe (and hopefully) Firestone Walker.