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IPAs, stouts, and sours are...
Came here to say this. Weird, disgusting, and "oh my god, why?!" are all categories I would file that one under.
Excited to knock some "I'll probably never get to try that" beers off my list. Let others do the trading, I'll bring the Chicago locals.
Anchor Old Foghorn
I already absolutely love this place. Tons of great local taps and really cool ambiance.
This was a big boy tasting. King Henry exceeded any hype I've heard. 2009 Bigfoot still has a nice hop bite.
I'd suggest Monk's Cafe to anyone looking for a springboard. Definitely not the best by any means, but it will give you a decent idea of what a...
My bottle last year had that exactly. It tasted good, but I stopped drinking when I felt a gooey clump on my tongue. I didn't see it in my glass,...
My ex LOVED Wild Blue. Not saying that "ex" and "Wild Blue" had any correlation....
You're right. I forgot that it had been switched with Elliot Ness. It's been a while since I've bought it, but I think it's a switch for the...
I'm wondering if anyone has had a beer that has aged surprisingly well that probably shouldn't have?
I just had a Zombie Dust that I had set...
What's the best 12 pack variety you've seen from a particular brewery?
Mine is a tie between the Victory sampler and the Great Lakes variety...
Happy Holidays fellow BAs
Probably one of the best lineups I've ever been a part of. Never thought I'd ever get to try Westy.
I actually had both in my hand and decided to go with Harvest Dance first. But since you twisted my arm, I'll have to give CoG a shot.
I think I've found a new favorite style. And this guy is part of the reason why.
I think it goes without saying my vision was about as blurred afterwards as this picture is.
Watching the Bulls game and sippin on this lovely lady from Pipeworks.
Emmett's Victory Pale