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Pale: Steel Rail
Saison: Saison Brett
Stout: Espresso Yeti
Brown ales. They always used to taste like metal or pencils to me. Yet here I sit with a Uinta Bristlecone.
It could be high noon in August and FBS would be just as good.
or LUNCH :)
Creme Brulee is, for me, the paragon of beers that smell absolutely mind-blowing but are damn near undrinkable.
I guess this doesn't get a whole lot of hype per se but I had huge expectations for a 2 year old bottle of JW Lees. I love English BWs. But I...
Whatever it is, it probably tastes like Sucaba
21. Harpoon on tap.
Alesmith Speedway Stout. For days.
Honestly the OP took the words out of my mouth. Harpoon IPA. I am frigging thrilled that they're canning now.
It's so damn hot....
...stout was a bad choice
If I drink a high-ABV beer, I expect to taste that number. It's that simple.
I'm voting DFH WWS. And imagining how awesome it would be to have 30L of WWS forklifted into my trunk.
In all honesty, I haven't had many of Rogue's beers... but when someone asks about breweries people love to hate, that's the first that comes to...
Whenever I hear "jeroboam", all I can think of is that one Monty Python skit with the morbidly obese guy. "Double Jeroboam of champagne".
If Cains Dark Mild were $5 cheaper for a sixer, I'd buy a second fridge for it.
This is not the first thread that has made me wish Bell's distributed to MA, and surely it won't be the last.
I don't understand the big deal about Bigfoot, and Narwhal's one of those things I'll happily get one pack of when it comes out, but I'll buy...
I'm kind of surprised that nothing from FW is on there. Unless by "coveted" they don't really mean "sought-after", but "really, really hard to get".