Beer you liked but will never be brewed again.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Kanger, Sep 11, 2013.

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  1. TrojanRB

    TrojanRB Champion (869) Jul 27, 2013 California
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    Pete's Wicked Ale.

    I had many good times with that beer
     
  2. shawnp

    shawnp Aspirant (235) Jan 15, 2010 Minnesota
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    Bourbon County Vanilla and Surly 4.
     
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  3. jucifer1818

    jucifer1818 Initiate (0) May 15, 2011 Florida

    They are still around, but sadly they wont be soon enough.

    Its a shame. It was probably the best quality-for-price Barleywine on the market.
     
  4. sergeantstogie

    sergeantstogie Aspirant (202) Nov 16, 2010 Washington

    Sam Adams Winter Lager. The way it used to taste.
     
  5. DrStiffington

    DrStiffington Meyvn (1,083) Oct 27, 2010 New Jersey
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    Just had one last night. Tasted good.
     
  6. carlitos92

    carlitos92 Aspirant (267) Jul 12, 2012 Texas
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    ^That.

    I consider myself pretty lucky to have had access to the original Celis White in grocery stores 20 years ago. God, that was good stuff.
     
  7. RKPStogie

    RKPStogie Initiate (0) Nov 4, 2011 Minnesota
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    This!!!
     
  8. herrburgess

    herrburgess Meyvn (1,005) Nov 4, 2009 South Carolina
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    One more vote for Rodenbach Alexander.
     
  9. vermont

    vermont Initiate (0) Sep 10, 2013 Vermont

    Vinegar with a spoonful of sugar. I vote phenomenology of flora.
     
  10. johnnnniee

    johnnnniee Poo-Bah (5,119) Feb 28, 2007 New Hampshire
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    Has anyone said Ithaca Brute yet?
     
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  11. vermont

    vermont Initiate (0) Sep 10, 2013 Vermont

    Fabulous beer.
     
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  12. Kjanisch7

    Kjanisch7 Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2013 New Jersey

    WHAT?! Where?!
     
  13. Kjanisch7

    Kjanisch7 Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2013 New Jersey

    WHERE?! I want more haha
     
  14. DMEsquire

    DMEsquire Initiate (0) Sep 17, 2013 Mississippi

    Bud Light Golden Wheat. I generally am not a big fan of the big three brewers (well, two now), but I did find this beer interesting. Definitely better than anything else offered by Budweiser. It was very drinkable, and had good flavor, and was quite inexpensive.

    If bile-tasting Bud Light lime is still around, why was Golden Wheat discontinued??
     
  15. Providence

    Providence Initiate (0) Feb 24, 2010 Rhode Island

    Sierra Nevada Glissade
     
  16. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Beverage Barn in Garden City Park. Thrifty Beverage in Bellerose. County Wide Beverage in Valley Stream to name 3
     
  17. misterhilleke

    misterhilleke Initiate (132) Sep 12, 2010 Tennessee

    I paid $13 for my bottle and for a beer like that, I'd do it again!
     
  18. misterhilleke

    misterhilleke Initiate (132) Sep 12, 2010 Tennessee

    I would assume so, but it can't hurt to ask if you're ever down there. I was so stoked by their beer list I didn't even think to ask if I could take some home with me. Any other Georgians know if this is a thing?
     
  19. Hendrick24

    Hendrick24 Crusader (717) Sep 6, 2013 Wisconsin
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    Pretty much all of the NG Thumbprint beers. I'm glad I stocked up on Wild Sour, I just love that beer!
     
  20. Kjanisch7

    Kjanisch7 Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2013 New Jersey

    Excellent! Thanks!
     
  21. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    The former (BB), do not call and ask "how many" they have. Just ask if they have "any left". The guy hates hoarding and would rather lose money.
     
  22. spicoli00

    spicoli00 Zealot (539) Jul 6, 2005 Indiana

  23. Domingo

    Domingo Poo-Bah (2,195) Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
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    At this point I'm left to assume Avery 13 will never be brewed again. It's been 7 years and they haven't revisited the other anniversary beers either.
    Another one I'm certain will never return is Pete's Wicked Maple Porter.
     
  24. BleepBloopBlap

    BleepBloopBlap Initiate (59) Aug 19, 2011 Massachusetts

    Pretty things Sisyphus
     
  25. Everendless

    Everendless Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2013

    I recently found out an awesome homebrew company called Neilhouse Brewery from Columbus Ohio shut down. I found a 6 pack of their Cranberry cider in a local shop. I then looked up information on it and found no place that still has any. I was wondering if I have a gem on my hands. A customer I had come in said he's seen this same 6 pack go for $120 plus dollars to Columbus local that loved cider.
     
  26. misterid

    misterid Initiate (0) Apr 3, 2009 Wisconsin

  27. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Meyvn (1,006) Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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  28. TheNightwatchman

    TheNightwatchman Zealot (511) Mar 28, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Saison Du BUFF

    I only had a chance to try the Victory version, and I really loved it.


    I suppose there's a chance they (Victory) could brew it again, but as of now I don't believe there are any plans to do so.

    I'm also not sure if Stone is still brewing it at all (I've never seen it here either way), but I don't believe DFH is.
     
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  29. ScottO

    ScottO Disciple (335) Mar 4, 2012 California
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  30. fuhkyou

    fuhkyou Aspirant (205) Feb 20, 2013 Idaho

    The ORIGINAL Black Star golden lager. It's what got me interested in beer back in approx 1995.
     
  31. Jake1605

    Jake1605 Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2009 Missouri

    Boulevard 21st Anniversary
     
  32. Burferd

    Burferd Initiate (0) Aug 26, 2013 Illinois

    DOS OSOS collaboration between Revolution and Firestone Walker. Brewed earlier this year. Not sure if it will reappear next year or ever again.
     
  33. Dupage25

    Dupage25 Aspirant (279) Jul 4, 2013 Antarctica

    Alvinne Cuvee D'Erpigny
    Boulevard Seeyoulater
    Goose Island King Henry, batch 2 (bottled version)
    Goose Island Fleur
    Goose Island Pere Jacques (pre-2009 recipe)
    New Belgium Tart Lychee
    Sierra Nevada XXX Jack and Ken's Black Barleywine
    Stone Old Guardian Oak-Smoked Wheatwine (2013 odd year release) (and yes, 1/5 wheat = it's a wheatwine)
    Traquair 2020
     
  34. JrGtr

    JrGtr Disciple (393) Apr 13, 2006 Massachusetts

    Ommegang Zuur.
     
  35. BKnarr

    BKnarr Aspirant (295) Sep 5, 2012 Florida
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    I'm also going to have to go with CCB Moat Water on this one. It's the only beer that I ever called around and chased over multiple counties and multiple weeks. Ended up with 14 bottles in all and drank all but one myself or with friends. I only traded one and wish I hadn't.
     
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  36. ChestSplitter

    ChestSplitter Initiate (0) Jan 22, 2011 Mississippi

    Lazy Magnolia Par 3
     
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  37. scraff

    scraff Initiate (163) Apr 18, 2003 Maryland

    Midnight Sun M! Loved sharing that one bottle I had. Amazing beer! Never see it again I'm sure. Though had I been smart, I would have cashed in on eBay and used some of the funds to help try and re-brew a clone. So since that didn't happen, maybe Midnight Sun wants to brew it again? Call it "M Squared". C'mon! You guys know you want do it again right!? :slight_smile:
     
  38. WelshBrewer

    WelshBrewer Initiate (0) Mar 17, 2013 Oregon
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    Deschutes "Date Night Imperial Porter"
    Not sure they wont brew it again, but its been a few years.
     
  39. beerluvr

    beerluvr Meyvn (1,161) Jan 2, 2001 Ontario (Canada)
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    Firestone Walker's 15th Anniversary Ale...possibly the best beer I have ever had.
     
  40. Duffmanohyeah02

    Duffmanohyeah02 Initiate (0) Nov 1, 2011 Missouri
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    Side Project Origin. That stuff is TASTY, however, accourding to the label it will never be brewed again
     
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