Beers you will never drink again

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by keithmurray, Oct 14, 2012.

  1. bubseymour

    bubseymour Oct 30, 2010 Maryland
    Beer Trader

    Mad Elf is boozy cherry cough syrup.

    I keep accidentally grabbing Barleywines as single samplers. All of them I can't stand so far. I've tried 4-5 and all are just too heavy and boozy to enjoy.
     
  2. NuclearDolphin

    NuclearDolphin Sep 9, 2011 Minnesota

    I love Bell's but their Oarsman was absolutely terrible! Like drinking sour thick lemon water
     
  3. Vonstein15

    Vonstein15 Jan 15, 2010 Ohio

    what ever that fruit flavored Mich Ultra was called, drain poured the rest the 6/pk
     
  4. doulos31

    doulos31 Apr 4, 2005 Delaware

    Miller Lite doesn't have enough taste to be "nasty" or "disgusting".
     
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  5. doulos31

    doulos31 Apr 4, 2005 Delaware

    What's the story here? I've been to Victory many times...I've never heard these kinds of complaints.
     
  6. ShogoKawada

    ShogoKawada May 31, 2009 Pennsylvania

    You're crazy. I mean, I love you, man, but you're crazy.
     
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  7. hardy008

    hardy008 Jan 12, 2008 Minnesota
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    That's your opinion. I disagree.
     
  8. schuey1010

    schuey1010 Jun 18, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Trader Joe's Boatswain Double IPA - pretty sure this beer is a practical joke by the brewers. At least it was only $3. Drain poured after 2 sips, which was one sip too many.

    My BIL said the same thing. My reply, I wouldn't drink it if naked supermodels fed it to me straight from their mouth.
    That is one crappy beer. There is also something else, like ass kicker ale, or jackass ale. Also horrible.
     
  9. seplo

    seplo Sep 8, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    fishermans pumpkin stout, absolutly horrible
     
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  10. kbutler1

    kbutler1 Aug 20, 2008 Minnesota

    Probably on thin ice with mine: Wrath of Pecant

    But also Yazo Fortuitous...yuck!
     
  11. CSQ1111

    CSQ1111 Jan 10, 2010 Kentucky

    New Holland Hopivore --- A Fresh Hop Pale Ale that was a malty mess.
     
  12. TOOSE

    TOOSE Sep 6, 2006 Massachusetts

    Budweiser!
     
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  13. yeahitsRUST

    yeahitsRUST Jul 30, 2011 North Carolina

    As many have already stated Voodoo and Creme Brulee from Southern Tier. Both I finished but it was a labor to get those beers down.
     
  14. Eastside151

    Eastside151 Jun 29, 2012 Ohio
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    Freaktoberfest
    Sierra Nevada Barleywine
    Tampa Bay Brewing Old Elephant Foot IPA
     
  15. WhatANicePub

    WhatANicePub Jul 1, 2009 United Kingdom (Scotland)

    Anything by Brewdog
     
  16. shand

    shand Jul 13, 2010 Florida
    Beer Trader

    I hate to break it to you, but there's four fruit flavored Michelob Ultras.
     
  17. MarkF150

    MarkF150 Feb 9, 2009 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    Voodoo Donut & Pumking, both GROSS!!!!!!
     
  18. Craftbrewlvr

    Craftbrewlvr Jan 3, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Absolute worst has to be Bell's Oarsman Ale. What swill. Guiness Stout is ultra bitter. Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin and Saranac Pumpkin are the worst pumpkins. In fact most Saranac beers are pretty awful.
     
  19. Craftbrewlvr

    Craftbrewlvr Jan 3, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Agree totally. ST beers are some of the best beers out there. Over the top on flavor.
     
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  20. decimator

    decimator Jun 1, 2009 Ontario (Canada)

    Anything I've drained poured and given a 2.0 and under:
    Wells Banana Bread Beer
    Pumpking
    Trafalgar Maple Bock
    Slavutych Pivo
    Bud Light
    Samuel Smith Organic Raspberry Fruit Beer
    Rosée D'hibiscus
    New Grist Sorghum Beer
    Hitachino Nest Real Ginger Brew
    Cannery Brewing Blackberry Porter

    Some are just bad beers overall while others just weren't my taste. I find I've very picky with fruit/spice beers. I either love it or hate it.
     
  21. decimator

    decimator Jun 1, 2009 Ontario (Canada)

    LOL, super premium...
    I've seen this one in the dépanneurs, maybe some day I'll get around to trying it... maybe...
     
  22. FTowne

    FTowne Jan 27, 2012 Missouri

    WWS and 120. Both taste like leftovers from a meth lab.
     
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  23. Kopfschuss

    Kopfschuss Aug 19, 2009 Oregon

    Going to have to echo the sentiment of a few others on here, Pumpking from ST was just horrid. Too bad as well since I was really looking forward to this one. More for the people who enjoy it I suppose.
     
  24. MicheleALE

    MicheleALE Oct 27, 2012

    pabst blue ribbon
    we went to a nice restaurant and they kept pushing it at us, ugh!
    i also don't like them when there too fruity...
     
  25. djsmith1174

    djsmith1174 Aug 21, 2005 Minnesota

  26. InVinoVeritas

    InVinoVeritas Apr 16, 2012 Wisconsin
    Beer Trader

    This one:
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    Love ST and this is in fact the ONLY one I've tried that I don't like . . . but I hate it!!!! NEVER. NEVER, NEVER AGAIN!!!
     
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  27. BigTomZ

    BigTomZ Apr 14, 2009 Virginia

    Several beers on my list are beers other people love but I hate them.

    Troegs Mad Elf - it basically tasted like band-aids and pennies.

    Youngs Double Chocolate Stout - just has this artificial chemical kind of taste to it.

    JW Lees - tried several vintages and barrels and it always has an underlying potato taste to me.
     
  28. kpacedo

    kpacedo Nov 24, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    any pumpkin beer, beginning with southern tier. i just cant...
     
  29. DrunkethWizard

    DrunkethWizard Jul 12, 2012 California

    I too had a bad experience with Mad Elf last year. But... while it was very off putting, I think I'll try a bottle again this year. I'm just glad I didn't spring for that huge bottle of the stuff after I finally got a taste of it.
     
  30. BeerTheater

    BeerTheater Oct 18, 2012 Florida
    Beer Trader

    Shipyards smashed pumpkin, I just didn't enjoy it at all. I recently had a beer from Saint Somewhere called Pays Du Soliel that wasn't for me either, but it might have been a bit flat or something
     
  31. rodlavers

    rodlavers Jun 20, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Three Philosophers
    Last Chance IPA
    Hop Ottin' IPA
     
  32. HeyJim

    HeyJim Sep 22, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I've only scratched the surface of craft, probably about 50 beers on my tick list, but the only one I had trouble finishing was Brooklyn Brown Ale. Sipped about a third then chugged the rest just to get it over with.

    In it's defense, the bottle shop had a lot of old beers on the shelf, so I'm not sure how old it was. They had about a case worth of Nugget Nectar on the shelf in October.
     
  33. njhopspop

    njhopspop Oct 17, 2010 New Jersey

    Climax IPA. managed to bull through the whole sixer but was the least satisfying IPA I have ever had. Not one of Jersey's better brews.
     
  34. DanK4

    DanK4 Jan 17, 2012 Maine

    Really haven't had anything from White Birch I find worth buying again- just nothing that blew me away, and I'm all good with anything with the words "Shipyard" and "Pumpkin-anything" in it.
     
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  35. DC_HOP_HEAD

    DC_HOP_HEAD Oct 28, 2012 District of Columbia

    "I concur"
     
  36. fitrock2112

    fitrock2112 Aug 28, 2012 Ohio

    I'm done with North Coast, the Old Stock Ale and Old Rasputin Barrel Aged are complete messes. Done !
     
  37. mactrail

    mactrail Mar 24, 2009 Washington
    Beer Trader

    I still miss Ballantines IPA-- I wonder what that spicy hop was? Ahead of it's time, or 50 years behind.
     
  38. Cookeeman

    Cookeeman Oct 24, 2012 British Columbia (Canada)

    Dead Frog Choc. Mint Brown Ale
    Alameda American Rye
    Any rauchbiers
    Anything from Skinners (UK)
     
  39. RKPStogie

    RKPStogie Nov 4, 2011 Minnesota
    Beer Trader

    Try NG Enigma, you might be pleasantly surprised. For a sour it's really good. Hope your DDay was a blast...
     
  40. IamMe90

    IamMe90 Sep 4, 2012 Wisconsin

    Totally agree with this, Enigma is a gem. Funny too, cuz I was just going to come in here and post Oude Tart by The Bruery... sours are not my thing I guess, thought it tasted like sour shoe leather.
     
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