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Cereal Killer. (pause) I eat a lot of cereal -- Cinnamon Life, especially.
Agree. On Nitro it's even better. And I had a Bigfoot for the first time just recently and was blown away by how easily it went down.
The first time I tried Green Flash West Coast IPA my reaction was a huge smile and, "oh my god this tastes like kool-aid!" I don't know where...
Agreed on Southern Tier. Their offerings are relatively expensive in PA and I'm tired of wasting money on being disappointed.
Nobody mentioned Cereal Killer yet, and I thought that was the best name ever until I saw 668 Neighbor of the Beast.
I'm also a pedestrian whenever possible and have been patiently (not really) waiting for months for the bottle shop three blocks away to finally...
Old Rasputin comes closest to that description for me. Narwhal also, maybe. I need to try that one again.
I'd rather have year-old Yeti from a bottle than fresh draft, I discovered recently.
Except for Hoptimum I don't even look at the Sierra Nevada lineup any more.
I don't know how far the distribution for Helltown Brewing goes, but check out their lineup. The ones that I've tasted are above average.
I would love to pay only $42 for a case of Green Flash Double Stout, but it's $55 and I pay it anyway. I will not spend $75 on a case of Yeti...
I like to use "roasty", although my wife thinks they are "burnt".
Discovered this recently: on the train which runs between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia: Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA. Pleasant surprise.
Brewery: Flying Dog. My wife and I are both amazed by everything we've tried from their lineup.
Single beer: Green Flash Double Stout. This has...
I live in Pittsburgh, like beer and the alien is my alter ego when I'm on a bicycle.
When I'm taking a chance on something that I've never tasted before: yes, six is too many. If I know that I like it then I don't care: 4, 6, 12,...
Brown Shugga, Black Chocolate Stout and Palate Wrecker.
Straub, in St. Mary's PA.
Work "malty" into the mix somewhere. And for me, Hoptimum tastes a lot like Palate Wrecker, and both are among my favorites.
I was wondering when someone was going to mention this. I choose beers from the US 95% of the time mainly because I can depend on them being...