Beers you will never drink again

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  1. maximep

    maximep Initiate (0) Oct 23, 2009 New York

    Founders Cerise and Blushing Monk. terrible.
     
  2. memory

    memory Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2005 Pennsylvania

    Weyerbacher's Imperial Pumpkin
    I had this on tap and they gave me a small tulip glass. Thought to myself after tasting it that they were being cheap. After a few minutes, the abv really kicked in but I really thought it was like vodka kicking in. Though I doubt they added vodka to it, that was my impression.
     
  3. joemar4

    joemar4 Initiate (0) Dec 25, 2009 New York

    Bud, Bud Light, Coors, Coors Light, Miller, or any beer made with rice! Ugh! :grimacing:
     
  4. JimmyW

    JimmyW Initiate (0) Feb 17, 2011 Illinois

    Anchor Christmas 2010 - Possibly the worst beer I ever tasted. I don't get the hype. It was like drinking a Bitters N' Soda. Just aweful!

    Anchor Christmas 2011 - The change the recipe every year so I figure I'd give it a try. Different from 2010, but still happened to become probably the second worst beer I ever tasted. My taste buds can handle quite a bit, but wtf!?
     
  5. Travisurfin247

    Travisurfin247 Initiate (149) Dec 20, 2010 South Carolina

    Ithaca's Apricot Wheat. Dehydrated apricot flavor does not mesh well within a beer. At least my friend's wife liked it, so the rest of my bottles didn't go to waste. Respect beer, after all!
     
  6. SupremePie

    SupremePie Initiate (0) Sep 30, 2012 Vermont

    Shipyard's Applehead...
    So vile that I will never drink anything brewed by them again.

    Don't recall the name, but the Deschutes x Hair of the Dog Collab got drain poured about 4 sips into my 6 oz pour..

    Also I don't think I have ever bought a single Mikkeller for a second time... Fun label art, interesting concepts, but more often than not mediocre execution. Not nearly worth the prices they charge.

    Lastly, ever Goose Island I have had thus far. Granted I havent had Lolita, Juliet, King Henry or even BCBS, but those I have uncorked (Matilda, Pere Jacques, Pepe Nero to name a few) have been swilled begrudgingly, if not drain poured.
     
  7. Casedogg43

    Casedogg43 Initiate (0) Jan 4, 2012 Indiana
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    I am very close to Shutting out Pumkin beers all together also.
    One tasting of Pumking every year wouldn't kill me though.
    All others, can stay on the shelves IMO.
     
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  8. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Zealot (596) Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    Yeah, just the name Seabass alone would keep me away.
     
  9. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Zealot (596) Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    I'm a fan of Nosferatu, but then I like grapefruit juice. If you think Nosferatu's bad, then avoid Nugget Nectar that's an even bigger grapefruit.
     
  10. chugalug06

    chugalug06 Initiate (0) Jun 5, 2008 Colorado

    add crabtree too
     
  11. chugalug06

    chugalug06 Initiate (0) Jun 5, 2008 Colorado

    Frangelic mountain Brown
    Southern Tier Pumpking, still makes me quiver...
    Heineken
    Belgo Anise Imperial Russian Stout - Stone Brewing Co.

    Let's also add anything Stone or Schmaltz...
     
  12. Drew26

    Drew26 Aspirant (215) Nov 2, 2012 Wisconsin
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    That is a spot on description!! Terrible beer.
     
  13. brikelly

    brikelly Aspirant (269) Apr 11, 2010 Massachusetts
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    Most certainly agree! Horrific. Even more annoying given how great their regular IRS is.
     
  14. OneBeertoRTA

    OneBeertoRTA Devotee (490) Jan 2, 2010 California
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    Two hearted doesn't do anything for me at all.
    Knuckle needs to be fresh, the malt to hops ratio grows exponentially after a month.
     
  15. FTowne

    FTowne Initiate (0) Jan 27, 2012 Missouri

    Barleywines. Period.
     
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  16. KVNBGRY

    KVNBGRY Champion (876) Aug 1, 2012 Florida
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    New Belgium Peach Porch Pounder, Great Divide Rumble, Wild Blue, Ybor Gold... I could go on...
     
  17. longbongsilver

    longbongsilver Disciple (324) Aug 27, 2005 Missouri

    Sometimes I go into ghetto brews, my formative experiences with beer being in the malt liquor category. A few I even still like after having discovered the world of craft brew. But...

    Once I ended up getting a tallcan of Camo Black Ice. I am 110% confident that I will never never never NEVER even if you put a goddamn 44 magnum to my head, cocked the hammer, handed me a can of Black Ice & said "drink it or I pull the trigger" drink that shit EVER again! I'd rather be a dead man.
     
  18. TheSaboteur

    TheSaboteur Initiate (0) Sep 20, 2010 Nebraska

    So torpedo, hoptimum, celebration, northern and Southern Hemisphere, and estate ale don't do it for ya, eh? Bigfoot is terrible too, I suppose. Oh man.
     
  19. TheSaboteur

    TheSaboteur Initiate (0) Sep 20, 2010 Nebraska

    Forgot to add Ruthless Rye.
     
  20. WassailWilly

    WassailWilly Initiate (0) Sep 8, 2007 New York

    Not for nuthin here but I stayed away from pumpkin beers all together this year
    I did try Long Trail only because it was new this year and I had Weyerbacher Imp b/c it is one of my favs other wise I just avoided them like the plague !
    Just a bad scene from last years tasting ... But really this whole pumpkin thing has gotten WAY outta hand !
     
  21. TheSaboteur

    TheSaboteur Initiate (0) Sep 20, 2010 Nebraska

    Only beers I can think of that I won't drink again are freaktoberfest and ghostface killah.
     
  22. dckepley

    dckepley Aspirant (201) Aug 13, 2006 Iowa
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    Agreed and agree to disagree:grinning:
     
  23. yamar68

    yamar68 Initiate (0) Apr 1, 2011 Minnesota

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    This beer is gross.
     
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  24. chanokokoro

    chanokokoro Champion (835) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    I agree Shogo. I always make sure to have plenty of Old Stock in the cellar. The perfect sipper once cold weather sets in. In my opinion, it is the standard that all American-brewed old ales should be judged by.
     
  25. chanokokoro

    chanokokoro Champion (835) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    I don't find it to be gross, just lacking...
     
  26. chanokokoro

    chanokokoro Champion (835) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    Anything by Stone?!? Wow... :confused:
     
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  27. chanokokoro

    chanokokoro Champion (835) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    North Coast Brewing Co.'s Old Stock Ale.
     
  28. SaintBenedict

    SaintBenedict Initiate (167) Nov 10, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Rogue John John Hazelnut Rum Barrel Aged
    Wild Blue
    New Holland Envious
    Fegley / Allentown Brew Works Space Monkey
    Erie Ol' Red Wee Heavy (aka Cease and Desist Scotch Ale)
    Spring House Cosmic Monster
     
  29. mactrail

    mactrail Poo-Bah (7,578) Mar 24, 2009 Washington
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    Pumking from Southern Tier (pumpkin pie made with aspartame)
    and anything from the three worst brewerier in California: Indian Wells (simple fradulence), Bayhawk Ales (beware contract brewing under other names), and Hermitage Brewing (contract brewing for your friends at BevMo)
     
  30. Rollzroyce21

    Rollzroyce21 Meyvn (1,028) Oct 24, 2009 California
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  31. stealth

    stealth Defender (607) Dec 16, 2011 Minnesota
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    I'll just say I had a bad experience with their blackout stout; every other brew from them that I've tried I simply haven't liked for whatever reason.
     
  32. funkengruven

    funkengruven Initiate (0) Jul 17, 2005 Ontario (Canada)

    DFH Festina PĂȘche, and anything from Trafalgar..
     
  33. robwater

    robwater Initiate (0) Jan 14, 2012 Colorado

    This is one I wanted to like so bad and then cursed at my own palate for not.
     
  34. industrialswill

    industrialswill Initiate (0) Feb 5, 2010 Washington

    GOLD MINER LAGER sold at Whole Foods for $3.99 / sixer [if I remember the price correctly].

    Certainly, Whole Foods would not carry any item that did not meet their lofty standards..?
    This stuff didn't just taste bad, or just a little bit "off", it tasted like an industrial accident had occurred that went unreported.
     
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  35. lupercmda

    lupercmda Meyvn (1,289) Jul 21, 2012 North Carolina
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    Terrapin Reunion Ale 13
     
  36. antlerwrestler19

    antlerwrestler19 Disciple (363) Nov 24, 2010 Nebraska
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    The two that I came here to say!!! Ghost Face is good in some venison chili though......good chit.
     
  37. antlerwrestler19

    antlerwrestler19 Disciple (363) Nov 24, 2010 Nebraska
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  38. TheHammer

    TheHammer Champion (866) Feb 15, 2009 Ontario (Canada)

    Fullers Vintage Ale. That stuff tasted like watered down Brandy.
     
  39. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Poo-Bah (12,188) Mar 18, 2010 California

    My Whole Foods sells Natural Ice and Bud Light...
     
  40. sunkistxsudafed

    sunkistxsudafed Initiate (0) Apr 30, 2010 New Mexico

    Widmer's Hibiscus Gose. Simply awful.
     
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