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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Thedrizzle, Jan 20, 2013.
i love banana bread beer...you crazy dude
Sink the Bismarck! I could have a purchased a lot more quality and quantity of beer for that.
Practically every beer I've ever bought where I didn't check the date on the bottle/can beforehand.
Unibrau Ephemere, Not that it was terrible but it was the fact that I bought an entire case thinking that it would be great. It turned out to be so so but for 55.00 bucks for an entire case I was a bit underwhelmed.
Weyerbacher Insanity. Not that it was a bad beer, but didnt live up to a damn near year old BBA Barleywine with a $5 price tag. Heresy was good and worth the $3 I paid.
Yuengling Lager. Not so much the beer. I just paid way too much for it.
400 pound monkey
Victory's Golden Monkey (biggest regret), Victory's Noble Pils...
Srs x google^(googleplex)
Dude, I'd happily fork over $23/bottle.
Where I live...IF you can find it, it's about $30...and delish.
Weird...have had 2...still have 3...never once thought bad/off/infected.
Was aware of issues with BA Yeti, but this is the first I'm hearing of issues with BA Old Ruffian.
Rogue Vodoo. Bleech and I traded a Pumking for it...............
Love this beer.
Traded one nasty beer for another, sounds equal. We're both sides disgusted?
Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy (beer and lemonade. bleh.)
Leinenkugel's Berry Weiss (tasted like cough medicine)
Moosehead Lime (100% artificial tasting)
These were bought for my wife who likes when the bars stick a lemon or lime wedge in a beer.
11.11.11 was a drain pour for me after I had it paired with a 12.12.12 and that's a huge deal for me as well.
Also traded some Heady's to tray a bottle of Imperial Biscotti Break and while I thought it was pretty good, I have been much happier with other trades
Dogfish Head Positive Contact. Same result as the first one I popped (thank god I only bought 2 when this came out). And to answer the thread's question: yes, I regret purchasing this:
The first Oude Tart I bought was worth it to try. It's the other 3 sitting in my basement that I really regret . . . .
Really, anything is worth buying once. I don't regret buying anything, even if it's a drainpour. But having bought more than one bottle of a beer I hate is where the regret begins.
I for one adore Southern Tier and Pumking is a fav of mine. I buy a case of it a year and pour it when I am in the mood!
Leinenkugel's Berry Weiss
I bought a case a good while ago. what was I thinking? I think I have 22 bottles left.
+1 on that. I had the Lemonwood and it tasted like club soda mixed with a Glade scented oil plugin...
Wild Blue Blueberry Lager. I know, I know, I feel like an idiot for even mentioning it. If you haven't tried it, I'll save you the pain and discomfort. Imagine taking a mug with three Alka-Seltzer tablets and two packets of Sweet-N-Low at the bottom, and then fill it with the liquid from one of those blue unfrozen freeze-pop things (you know, the ones your Mom bought when you were a kid and stuck in the freezer for a "cool treat"?), pour in a half ounce of Everclear, and you're suddenly a long, LONG way from common sense.
It seems that is a love or hate beer, I am on the hate side.
VE 11.11.11, SA Merry Mischief and Evil Twin Femme Fatale Brett
I went through my list of really low ratings and can’t say that I regret buying any of them. There weren’t too many “should have known better” beers on there, but most of them were single bottle purchases so not a lot of money lost there.
Now if I had bought a case of beer with fantastic, painted bottle art outside and really mediocre beer inside that would be a different story.
Love the directions to make wild blue blueberry lager. I'm going to make it tonight!
Drink some hot dog water instead. You'll thank me later !
Not in a long time. its why I do not buy unknown bombers. Of course I do not care about trying every new beer either.
Can't believe it! I was digging this and so were others when I had this summer.
I'd have to say Herbaceous recently from Smuttynose. I should have checked the rating first, but wasn't getting signal in the damn store. So I jumped on it and I should have rolled up and smoked my twenty dollar bill instead. Better flavor probably.
A-10 Warthog IIPA from Opa-Opa here in Mass was absolutely undrinkable. Not the priciest beer thankfully, but almost an instant drain pourer. Friends don't let friends buy A-10 Warthog.
No!!!! But I have drain poured some Creme Brulee.
21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon...
Well, there aren't REALLY any beers that I regret buying. The closest I can come up with, and one of my only drain-pours ever, is Lagavulin J.W. Lee's Harvest Ale. Nasty stuff, but I guess you have to have a taste for peeted whiskey to enjoy it, which I don't.
Oh, you mean the beer that was brewed with wet Citra hops that were flown overnight from the NW to NH - brewed and bottled in October and then first put on NH shop shelves for the week before Christmas?
I picked up a bottle the day it went for sale (non-brewery) - not a hint of Citra to be had. Yay!
As a ticker, the answer is none. You gotta do what you gotta do.
SA Merry Mischief!! Almost threw-up
Agreed. I use to really enjoy this beer. But, I don't know what has happened with them in the past few years. Their beers starting becoming very inconsistent, and now have reached the point of undrinkable. It's too bad.
Sam Adams Infinium
Easily the most disappointing beer in recent memory for the regretted price per bottle