(5) Recently tried Beers that you loved and want more of

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  1. Stevedore

    Stevedore Poo-Bah (3,442) Nov 16, 2012 Wisconsin
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    RR Pliny the Elder
    RR Pliny the Elder
    RR Pliny the Elder
    Pipeworks Ninja vs Unicorn
    Surly Bender/Coffee Bender

    One for each time I've had PtE recently!
     
  2. OUJayhawk1799

    OUJayhawk1799 Zealot (516) Jan 25, 2013 Oklahoma
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    no specific order:

    - Heady Topper
    - KBS
    - Anti-Hero
    - Zombie Dust
    - Westy 12

    Honorable mention - Ninjas vs. Unicorns, Palate Wrecker & Knuckle Sandwich
     
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  3. gueuzedreg

    gueuzedreg Crusader (747) Jan 18, 2013 Colorado
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    Bourbon County Brand Stout; I am writing this due to the affordability compared w/variants. I can't get enough. Thought I was a sour/gueuze/lambic guy; turns out BA stouts tickles me timbers
     
  4. Domingo

    Domingo Poo-Bah (2,190) Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
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    Just got back from a Ft. Collins/NoCo weekend and had a few items I definitely want more of:
    Ft. Collins Brewing Double Chocolate Coffee stout leads the way. I had no expectations, but it was terrific - maybe the best beer of that sort I've ever had.
    Their "For Whom the Belg Tolls" Belgian ESB (yeah, I know that's odd) was also memorable.
    Grimm Brothers Weihnachtsbier Weizenbock would be next.
    Odell's Hand Built Pale follows that one.
    While not something I tried for the first time, I'm loving TRVE's Stout 0))).
     
  5. JimTeal

    JimTeal Initiate (0) May 29, 2012 Nevada

    It's very expensive is the only reason I can think of, but it's absolutely an astounding brew.
     
  6. Jake_Ramrod

    Jake_Ramrod Initiate (179) Feb 19, 2013 Kentucky

    Jai Alai
    No Place Like Home
    Sucks
    Drie Fonteinen Oude Gueze
    Kriek Mariage Parfait

    Bonus points to West Sixth's Snakes in a Barrel - So Good
     
  7. JimTeal

    JimTeal Initiate (0) May 29, 2012 Nevada

    I couldn't agree with you more, I recently tried an Anniversary Barley Wine Ale from Unitas. My reaction was not good, but this is a respected beer, so why was it not for me? An experienced beer taster would understand that I don't understand the beer, it is not a mediocre beer it is fine and tasty, but because I don't like this particular brew doesn't deserve a negative review. So many members of the BA reviewer group develop a snotty attitude that every brew should cower to their taste. Forget that, take chances and admit that some tastes are quite different. A crappy beer is still crappy, but if you don't understand, keep it to yourself, or just go technical without the editorial.
     
  8. shredder83

    shredder83 Devotee (423) Feb 21, 2013 Illinois
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    Sucks
    Kbs
    Permanent funeral
    Bells expedition stout
     
  9. dgstrat

    dgstrat Initiate (42) Mar 18, 2013 New York
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    My local watering hole just had a Founders night so ..........

    Founders Backwoods Bastard
    Founders KBS
    Founders Centenial IPA

    also
    Goose Island Imperial IPA
    Newcastle Winter IPA
    Ommegang Three Philosophers
     
  10. njhopspop

    njhopspop Initiate (0) Oct 17, 2010 New Jersey

    Maine Lunch
    Maine Peeper
    Maine King Titus
    FSW Double Jack
    Belhaven Scottish Stout
    Flying Dog Cujo
    New Holland Dragon's Milk
    Terrapin W&B
     
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  11. Herky21

    Herky21 Crusader (711) Aug 7, 2011 Iowa
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    Yep, I am forever scarred. Also, I have not tried one of those 5 beers.
     
  12. Herky21

    Herky21 Crusader (711) Aug 7, 2011 Iowa
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    Whenever I see GI i think GI track. Somewhat less appealing than Goose Island. I do love the Pepe Nero though! I'll have to check out the Madame Rose
     
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