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Tree House Brewing Company's "Good Morning" stout. I've had it 3 times now. Consistent perfection.
I don't know about American, but a Canadian Brewery certainly has. They're called Unibroue, and they got so big they were bought out by Sapporo.
Please bring back the function whereby more precise figures can be given to beer reviews, as opposed to the 0-.25-.50-.75 scheme.
I often get surprisingly shitfaced on Fin du Monde, despite my regular consumption of whisky and other beers with higher ABV.
My Top 3 of 2014:
1) Barrel-Aged Framinghammer 2014 (aged in Four Roses barrels)
2) Oude (Gueuze Tilquin)²
3) The Crusher
Kasteel Winter, for its unique take on the winter warmer.
Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Vintage 1999, opened and drank in June 2013.
The best 3 beers I've ever had:
1. Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Vintage 1999
2. Bourbon County Brand Stout 2012
3. Heady Topper, fresh
Unless my bottle of Gose Gone Wild tells me otherwise, I'm gonna have to go with Alchemist's The Crusher.
Focal Banger and Triple Sunshine close...
Allagash FV 13
As a Canadian, I appreciate that your nod to Red Racer overrules Red Betty..
Whatever, it's a lazy list. We could obviously go on with endless examples. The truth is, I'd rather be drinking beer than writing about it. In...
Having tried a few of my top tenners since last posting to this thread, I feel the need to revise things..
1. Side Project Fuzzy
2. Double Barrel...
Founders Imperial Stout
Imperial Biscotti Break
Even More Jesus
AleSmith Speedway Stout
Mystic's The Last and...
La Fin du Monde paired with a salty wedge of Stilton blue, as suggested by Unibroue's website. This was several odd years ago, and wine and cheese...
$39.99 for a bottle of FiftyFifty Elijah Craig Eclipse in Honolulu. Haha. Ha..
1. Wookey Jack
2. Weez Ale
3. Naufrageur Raccoon