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Fitger's...will be at the brewery.
Drinking Franziskaner Dunkel in the castle turned into hostel in Bacharach, Germany...Rhine river...honeymoon...awesome.
I've only given one 5/5 across the board...Rogue Shakespeare Stout. BCBS and Hennepin are extremely close.
3 Philosophers holds up remarkably well. BCBS is nice, but tends to tail off after 6-7 yrs. Boulevard Rye-on-Rye. Deschutes Black Butte.
I think I will echo many comments above, but here goes... The saison style is one of my favorites and traditionally is the style of beer...
I second Deschutes...Alaskan Smoked Porter is very good too.
Interesting stuff, but if we are going to make some kind of scientific inquiry the data should be obtained at the same time, not 3 years apart....
Westie 12, Utopia, BCS coffee, BCS, Rye-on-Rye, Shakespeare Stout, Hennepin, Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse Dunkel...am I dead yet??? If not, I'll just...
Congratulations to you! I was already a huge fan of their beers, but this pretty much makes me smitten for life.
Rogue Shakespeare Stout...first and only so far.
Left Hand's offering is solid, but I'll give the nod to Brau Brothers Moo Joos.
I'll add two new ones to the mix: DeProef and Jester King. I concur with these listed above: Surly, Boulevard, Ommegang, Odell, and Deschutes.
I have a 7 yr vertical of BCBS...starting back when it was just BCS.