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Belgium would beg to differ!
Creature Comforts Tropicalia canned 9-23. Delightful
BCBS 2012 aged very nicely....2013 was better fresh
Drank a couple mini kegs of Bell's Best Brown...if that says anything
2012 Founder's Breakfast Stout, growler from Five Points Growlers in Athens, GA
New Glarus Two Women
New Glarus Staghorn
Mostly I'd drink the lagers, with an excellent hoppy beer now and then to spice it up.
I've never had Yokel, hope to try it this year
Heard recently that Millstream is getting a new bottling machine, so they will finally stop using their 1950s coke bottling...
Iowa side- HyVee on W. Kimberly
Illinois- HyVee on John Deere Rd. and Avenue of the Cities
Still waiting for Black Note in Madison...hope we get some(?)
Had a 2012 BCBS last night- it is drinking the best I've tasted it so far! At 15% abv I can see it taking a year and a half to really come together.
Permanent Funeral (Three Floyds)
Brett & No Mices (Westbrook)
Do Germans consider a 5.2% helles sessionable? Just curious
Schlitz Gusto out of the bottle on a hot day is quite refreshing
Yes, actually I do enjoy it- less hoppy, more yeasty, malty to me than a typical pale ale
Has anyone seen these (and where)? I have had no luck finding one.
Post on Bell's website 2/6/14: http://bellsbeer.com/blog/248-Previous/?list=1
"Actual" brewer= master brewer? (maestro cervecero 1:25)
They are delicious
If only more Wisconsinites could taste the glory of Stone IPA!
Bell's Java Stout!
New Glarus Coffee Stout- not enough coffee for me