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As many have already mentioned, Palate Wrecker and 1000 IBU, both super bitter. I actually recently brewed a triple IPA that was very comparable...
Black Butte anny
If you take away Parabola from Firestone, they still have possibly the best pale ale/IPA lineup of any brewery, plus ridiculously great barrel...
Back when I lived in the Chico area and I could get it for $6.50-$7.50 for a sixer, absolutely not. Ridiculous value that I would almost never...
Definitely Vitus. At 7.7% it's not crazy high, but it's a beer that's so crisp and refreshing I feel like I could drink 10 of em in a row
Shoot, I don't really know in Texas, maybe St. Arnold Endeavour, unless I'm missing something obvious.
If I still lived in Cali though, I could...
enjoying my recently finished homebrewed triple IPA and will follow it up with the much milder, lighter Devil Dancer
Parabola is my favorite beer I've ever had, so that, but Pale 31 is extremely good too. My favorite pale ale.
Founders Rabaeus, actually better than I expected. A damn good fruit beer!
For me, it would have to be not necessarily the best, but the most important beers of my time spent drinking
Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar (the...
Ya, it's really easy to find in Austin. I usually grab a few bottles of it at a time too cause it's only $3
A whole 750 of DFH Fort. Had in in about 7 minutes maybe and it absolutely destroyed me.
Not actually drinking this right now, but it's what I had last night. I didn't post then, because after these, I had a couple cans of Sculpin also...
The intended FG was supposed to be 1.017
A few weeks back I brewed a Tripel, well this recipe to be exact
1. Chimay White
2. Damntaion 23
3. La Fin Du Monde
This weekend was the first time I've used Wyeast and for the first time my airlock has been blown off my fermenter in a violent explosion whilst I...
Had a bottle last night, loved it. Maybe the best IPA I've ever had, enjoyed immensely more than Enjoy By, which I still loved btw, is this going...