Beers you think you will never get to try

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Bitterbill, Feb 23, 2013.

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  1. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (5,329) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    For me, it's Reality Czeck. 163 Wants vs 2 Gots.:slight_frown:


    I *hope* that anyone who posts here with what they think they will never get to try has someone reading it here that can hook them up.:wink:
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  2. RaulMondesi

    RaulMondesi Meyvn (1,006) Dec 11, 2006 California
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    Everything beautiful from Hill Farmstead, Darklord... I'll just start there.
  3. Willbfun

    Willbfun Initiate (0) Sep 28, 2012 New York

    Bourbon Count Rare for starters. Westverlen 12, Yorkshire Slingo & Tactical Nuclear Penguin, however I've only been in the craft beer game a little over a year now and prefer to count the blessings on what I have been fortunate to try out. from Bourbon County to Cherry Rye & Coffee Stout, Black Ops, Curieux, a number of selections from the Bruery, belgian and belgain style quads tripels and dubels other barrel ages ales & Russian Imperial stouts. So when I see the top performers on another site each week. I don't "oh I've gotta have em all." Its more of a "Wow, I've already had 1 of em type thing." [​IMG] Happy Tippling.
  4. Jadjunk

    Jadjunk Meyvn (1,441) Dec 6, 2009 Georgia

    I'll never get to try virtually anything that I have to cancel living real life for- the list is just too long to post here. It's not worth fretting over either.
  5. ricochet173

    ricochet173 Initiate (184) Jul 6, 2011 Quebec (Canada)
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    Living in Quebec has its disadvantages... bad import laws are one of them. We have great local beers, but if I want some of the great offerings from South of the border, I am generally out of luck unless I can swing a vacation trip. This Summer I plan on hitting Hill Farmstead, so that helps! However, I don't think I'll ever get a chance to get my hands on anything from The Bruery, New Glarus, Kuhnhenn or Elysian brewing. I also wish I could sample some of the brews from Italy, stuff like Baladin...
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  6. Hopsiam14

    Hopsiam14 Devotee (456) Jan 23, 2013 Minnesota
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    Cable Car
    Surly Darkness '06
    Bourbon Vanilla Darklord
    Isabelle Proximus
    Yada Yada Yada :slight_smile:
  7. FUNKPhD

    FUNKPhD Initiate (0) Apr 13, 2010 Texas
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    1902 Kings, but you never know.
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  8. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (5,329) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    Yeah, I have a history of failures trying to get that.:slight_frown:
  9. RhodyNative

    RhodyNative Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2012 California

    where are you located will b fun?
  10. willbm3

    willbm3 Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2010 Massachusetts

    Cherry Rye. I'm not a whale chaser but everything about this beer sounds like it could be my dream concoction. Sadly no one has responded to my post in the trade forum
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  11. StubFaceJoe

    StubFaceJoe Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2011 Colorado

    The only "whalish" beer I'm interested in is M. I don't even really know why. It's probably the hardest beer to get ever, so thats probably the reason.
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  12. Treyliff

    Treyliff Poo-Bah (3,205) Aug 10, 2010 West Virginia
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  13. joelwlcx

    joelwlcx Initiate (198) Apr 23, 2007 Minnesota

    Pliny the Elder/Younger
    Dark Lord
    Westvleteren... Anything
    Most Dogfishhead beers (I did try 60 Minute IPA and Indian Braown Ale when I was in Kentucky.)
    Founders Canadian Breakfast Stout

    Countless others... :slight_frown:
  14. RhodyNative

    RhodyNative Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2012 California

    Total Wine stocks Stingo
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  15. andys_war_hall

    andys_war_hall Initiate (166) Dec 7, 2012 Texas
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    Heady, HF, and Lawson's. I just don't see me being able to finagle a trip up that way just for the beer. Maybe through trades, but I'd need to come up with something real special to have the fellow VT. BAs part with their amazing beers;-)
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  16. Willbfun

    Willbfun Initiate (0) Sep 28, 2012 New York

    In Jersey, right up the hill from the Heights Beer & Wine Emporium 69 Rt.17 Love that place.
  17. Willbfun

    Willbfun Initiate (0) Sep 28, 2012 New York

  18. Andygirl

    Andygirl Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2013 Michigan

    Black Tuesday

    BUT, Bitter Bill, you only have 6 wants. I have one of them though :slight_smile:
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  19. adkieffer

    adkieffer Disciple (326) Nov 23, 2010 Washington

    Unless I happen into a amazing tasting with it, Duck Duck Gueuze.
  20. FUNKPhD

    FUNKPhD Initiate (0) Apr 13, 2010 Texas
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    Just going to say, outside of trading, that's about the best place to turn for ticking "unobtainable" beers.

    I haven't tried, and probably won't try, but if I happen upon a bottle, that would be awesome.
  21. ridglens

    ridglens Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2010 Indiana

    Lots of beers i'll never try, but many of those i don't have much interest in trying! for ones i would love to try, there are lots of super-rare cantillons i probably will never see, i'll never try Dave, and probably won't get to see an old (or maybe even a new!) framboos opened. but, through a bit of time and expense on my part and the incredible generosity from the beer community, i get to try a LOT of really rare, really awesome beers, so i'm definitely in the "count my blessings" crowd. if you got to try them all, it wouldn't be that fun!

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  22. Giovannilucano

    Giovannilucano Devotee (447) Feb 24, 2011 New Jersey

    If there is some way I could help, I would love for you to try something like Baladin! For me, besides the beauty of Quebec, there is such a lovely metal scene that I have kept my eye on for ten years or so. Voivod, Gorguts, Martyr, Cryptopsy are just the few names I know.

    Anyway if there is something from Baladin you would like to try or any other Italian beers, please feel free to beermail with questions and I hope someday to help!

    Santé, mon ami
  23. rlee1390

    rlee1390 Poo-Bah (2,165) Mar 6, 2010 Indiana
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  24. RedwoodGeorge

    RedwoodGeorge Initiate (0) Jun 18, 2004 California

    ...and neither of those Gots are legit - the beer is never bottled. You've got two choices: 1) come out here to beautiful Sonoma County where it's on tap in plenty of places or 2) I can send you a keg. It's rather odd to walk into the local bottle shop to see they've got kegs of Moonlight Brewing beer available, including Reality Czeck. (I can't imagine sending a keg - the cost would be astronomical!)
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  25. ChefHopMeister

    ChefHopMeister Aspirant (256) Aug 3, 2010 Virginia

    Never say never!
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  26. diesel59

    diesel59 Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2012 New York

    pliny, hopslam etc..... all the stuff that never hits the east coast:slight_frown:
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  27. BigCheese

    BigCheese Defender (689) Jul 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    Westy 12, Kate the Great, PTY, Dark Lord.
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  28. BedetheVenerable

    BedetheVenerable Meyvn (1,023) Sep 5, 2008 Missouri

    Most of the real ales in England :slight_frown: Particularly those one-offs and seasonals by Black Sheep and the brews from Durham Brewery. Now I am le sad.
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  29. djsmith1174

    djsmith1174 Disciple (343) Aug 21, 2005 Minnesota

    Me too. It's not as though the hype around many of them doesn't pique my interest. I just like keeping my beer hobby within reason and budget. Would certainly try many of them if I came across them in my normal routine and the price were not out out of the norm. Always enjoy hearing others opinions on beers that I have not been able to try.
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  30. NickyDee21

    NickyDee21 Devotee (467) Dec 23, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Hopslam always hits the east coast. I snagged a case in NC. Granted, in Philly, I'd prolly only be able to grab maybe a six pack if I was lucky
  31. alysmith4

    alysmith4 Initiate (0) Feb 11, 2005 District of Columbia

    Hopslam is all up/down the East Coast. Bet you can still find some from this season even.
  32. alysmith4

    alysmith4 Initiate (0) Feb 11, 2005 District of Columbia

    Pliny and Utopias.
  33. diesel59

    diesel59 Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2012 New York

    I live in NY..... and I have never seen it...........
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  34. fredmugs

    fredmugs Poo-Bah (1,530) Aug 11, 2012 Indiana
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    Halftime carries a lot of DFH beers plus numerous other Beers of Fame.
  35. victory4me

    victory4me Zealot (547) Oct 16, 2004 Pennsylvania

    2000 De Dolle Stille Nacht Special Reserve.
  36. jtdolla911

    jtdolla911 Initiate (0) Nov 18, 2011 Massachusetts
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    not in MA, or probably even most of New England
  37. jtdolla911

    jtdolla911 Initiate (0) Nov 18, 2011 Massachusetts
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    I would like most of the West Coast stuff that doesn't make it to Mass, or Westy's other than 12. Also would like to try all of the DeStruise Black Damnation and FW Parabola
  38. JoeyDankNug

    JoeyDankNug Initiate (0) Aug 4, 2011 New York

    I live in ny and currently have hopslam and pliny.if u want a beer bad enough you can find it eventually
  39. DogfishJoe

    DogfishJoe Initiate (189) Feb 14, 2010 Ohio
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  40. beergorrilla

    beergorrilla Meyvn (1,087) Feb 21, 2012 Michigan
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    Bourbon county vanilla been eluding me for years
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