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I have to say the first beer that really changed the way that I thought about beer was duvel. I remember tasting my first sip of that white frothy...
Love every style except for black IPA's and brown ales.
I don't think I have ever counted my beer consumption in a week, but I would guess around 12 or so.
+1 for Hopped on the high seas dry hopped with Citra hops.
Well, as I was drinking it I was thinking that it might be better with some age on it. It was just a weird combination of being really sweet from...
steel reserve comes to mind, but for craft beer I would have to say founders sweet repute.
I second this. I love Tocobaga! On a different subject is there any word of them distributing Tocobaga outside of Tampa? Saw that they started...
$20 for a bomber of Founder's Sweet Repute.
I bought a bottle of Founders Sweet Repute for a Christmas present for myself. I was excited to try it and was expecting it to be delicious from...
Well, unfortunately, I haven't been able to try it yet! It always sells out within a hour or so at my local beer shops.
Obviously it is all about Cigar City Brewing in Florida.
1. CCB- White Oak Jai Alai
2. CCB- Tocobaga Red Ale
3. Intuition Ale Works- Rail Spur IPA...
I was able to pick up two bottles yesterday. I can't wait to finally be able to try enjoy by.
Sierra Nevada, Cigar City, and Founders.
The Citra variant is by far the best!
1. CCB Invasion Pale ale
2. SN Pale Ale
3. Zombie Dust (Can never get it though)
4. Dale's Pale Ale
5. Can't think of a 5th
If I had to choose one scotch ale to recommend then it has to be old chub by oskar blues.
My first craft beer was lost coast tangerine wheat, but the first beer that fully converted me into a craft beer was duvel.
Jai Alai is my favorite beach beer hands down, but I know it is harder to get outside of Florida.
I have noticed that Jai Alai has been sold out a few times at my local beer shops and publix, but for the most part it hasn't been a problem for me.