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I completely disagree. For some of us trying new beers is about experiencing something new. I don't see myself as buying $50 worth of beer but...
"Average at best."
I like big, bold DIPA's but this one is not well-balanced, IMO.
Learn to like cheap beer; that's all that you'll be drinking after getting a Masters in Rhetoric & Composition :D
This is a no-brainer: San Diego/Southern California.
All of them! :D
A more serious answer. I like pale ales and IPA's: Bell's Two-Hearted, Ithaca Flower Power, Victory Headwaters.
$45 for 4 Dogfish Head 120 Min. IPA works out to $11.25 per bottle. In my area each bottle typically goes for more than that; that's a good deal...
Click on "Beers", then "Beer Styles", then "American IPA" or American Double/Imperial IPA", and start working your way down the list.
Sierra Nevada Hoptimum. It's an ok beer but with so many other good IIPA's I won't buy this again.
I'm content to stay in the Philadelphia area for beer. There's a number of good breweries in the area, great beers get distributed here, and a...
All of the laws in PA. #%@$ those Quakers!
I wonder how many of the 6-packs in a cooler are just sitting around at room temperature first.
It still tastes delicious. I rarely buy beer from the cooler as my fridge is already full.
Try a milk stout. They tend to be a little bit sweeter and there's not so much roasty, "burnt coffee" taste.
I agree. Unfortunately I would imagine that most American hop-heads tend to get their hops in IPA's or IIPA's, which typically don't use Saaz or...
In my opinion, imperial stouts are a more intense version of a stout. Sometimes I want this extra flavor profile, other times not especially since...
One is already produced: cat pee!
For citra hops, try Three Floyds Zombie Dust, Victory Headwaters Pale Ale, or Flying Dog Single Hop Citra.