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Oh of course. And on Sunday, going to bars or a ball game? Drink up. But if you want to bring your alcohol home before you get weird, you're out...
Stay away from Oklahoma, then...any bottles/cans over 3.2% ABW can only be sold at room temp. It's heaven for stale IPA lovers, though!
If you don't like Bigfoot, you don't like barleywines.
The Black IPA style was never really a favorite of mine; usually I get some unpleasant chalky and/or licorice tastes (especially apparent in...
Made a black & tan with Expedition Stout and Hoptimum. More like an old & young - the Expedition is a year and a half old and the Hoptimum was...
Anchorage Love Buzz
3F Oude Geuze Golden Blend
Anchorage Bitter Monk
Fat Head's Head Hunter
Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald
Clown Shoes Hoppy Feet...
This one's up there...
Never had the legendary Triple Bock, but their Double Bock is certainly my favorite from them - for me, that beer is the standard for the style.
...the beer that got me into craft beer. My palate is eternally grateful (though my wallet isn't).
Stone IRS - first beer that was so good I wanted to write about it
SN Torpedo - the first good IPA I ever had, i.e. the cause of my hop obsession...
I'm on my way to Fort Leonard Wood, MO at the moment, originally from IN. Here's what MO gets that we don't have access to in the Hoosier state:...
I see some of that happening, OP. But then I drink something like All Day IPA or Victory's new session saison and think "wow, what an incredible...
Best beer first introduced this year? Victory's session saison, Swing.
Best beer I've had since the beginning of the year? Fat Head's Head...
Am I a little late to this Thanksgiving party?
At any rate, this beer ROCKS! Absolutely nailed the pumpkin pie flavor.
I love this thread. Here's mine:
Clown Shoes Hoppy Feet
Founders All Day IPA
Fat Head's Head Hunter IPA
Clown Shoes Tramp Stamp
It's not brilliant marketing, it's just marketing: making your product seem desirable to anyone taking a quick glance at the packaging....
Just what I was thinking. If IPAs are selling like crazy, why put "Black Ale" on your hoppy, roasted malt offering instead of "Black IPA?"
Try New Belgium's Rampant DIPA. Just had that one yesterday and it's all about sweet flavors - even the hops give off more fruit than bitters.
If I had a steady supply of Founders KBS and Brooklyn Black Ops in my fridge, I'd never leave the house.
Behold, the (poorly-lit) lacing of the gods: