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See, I'm funny here, I find sugary and sweet to be two distinctly different flavors although very closely related.
The "sweetest" beer I've ever...
Yes, they exist.
Yes, they're annoying.
Some Bink Grand Cru.
I believe the distinction is the hop profile, with the Czech style pilseners having a more pronounced Saaz character and as a result have snappier...
J.W. Lees Harvest Ale Port Cask and Nogne Dark Horizon...so sweet they burned.
Creme Brulee is very sugary but I don't find it nearly as sweet as...
No idea really, I love me a good Czech Pilsener with a nice snappy Saaz bite. Most of the imports we get here don't fare to well, but there are...
Started off with a DFH My Antonia, then a DFH Noble Rot, a Maine King Tidus Porter and now I'm on an Urthel Hop-it.
...it's gonna be one of...
This is hysterical.
Eh to be honest I think Three Philosophers is a mediocre Quad at best and don't fully understand all the praise it gets, there are better Quads...
If no glass is available I suppose I'd prefer a can, if only because bottles tend to foam up and spill over on me.
It's about feeding the great hype-machine, making beers limited adds a mystique factor and that drives up acquisition inventive in the consumer.
Drinking some Sixpoint Diesel stout.
Call me crazy, but I think this is a friggen perfect Ommegang variety pack...never cared too much for the Three Philosophers or the Abbey myself...
I largely concur with this, if I'm looking for hops I'll grab an IPA, when I crack open a stout or a porter I expect roast, coffee/chocolate etc....
I fail to see why anyone gives a shit about this.
NYC/Long Island area-
Southampton: Double White and Burton IPA
Captain Lawrence: Freschchester Pale Ale, Smoked Porter, Captains...
Saison Dupont or perhaps Lagunitas Czech Pilsener.