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Beers you will never drink again

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

  1. BladeRunner

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    Sam Adams Triple Bock. It tastes like soy sauce. Gross.
     
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    Zombie Dust
     
  3. mfdish

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    Sam Adams Chili Chocolate Bock

    *EDIT: I added the last beer.
     
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    Anything from Dundee...
     
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    Ghostface Killah
     
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    Carling Black Label. Tastes like burning.
     
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    AKA instant hiccups.
     
  8. CORKSCREWFISH

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    Zombie dust? Cmon!
     
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  9. CORKSCREWFISH

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    Stone Belgo Anise....ughh...gahh...khak...ehhhh...blech
     
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    Unearthly by Southern Tier.

    I love ST, but that one was too much. Like drinking old pineapple juice.
     
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    wild blue...shouldn't have tried it, paid dearly
     
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    ANYTHING/EVERYTHING from Thomas Creek. Are these people for real?
     
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    Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen-thought this was the absolute worst thing I've ever treid, it smelled like walking into a butcher shop, I'm pretty sure my sink through up a little when I poured it
     
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    Too many to name. How else am I going to drink my way through my local bottle shop?
     
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    Tecate. Anyone who knowingly drinks that beer for a second time should get a dunce cap stapled to his head. It is piss - not even fresh piss. Rancid piss.
     
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    saison du buff
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    shipyard pumpkin beer the six pack one
     
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    Ghost Scorpion Lager
     
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    Yazoo Sue, Cisco's Indie Pale Ale, Bison Brewing's Organic Honey Basil, anything Sweetwater or Southern Tier, most Rogues, and Lazy Magnolia's Southern Pecan.
     
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    There have been many mentioned on this tread that I really like to drink. Any Schlenkerla fits in there, along with Bigfoot and Expedition Stout. We all have different tastes.

    Edit - HerrBurgess will have a say on this too I think.
     
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    Green flash friendship brew
     
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    In my house drinking Chocolate Bock is a punishment.
     
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    Dogfish Head Ta Henket - tastes more like Ta Hoilet
    Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic - spit, don't swallow
     
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    Alexander Keith's IPA. Had it on draft at Rogers Centre during a Blue Jays game. No I, No P. The A must be for Awful.
     
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    totally disagree!
     
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    Rogue Voodoo Donut Maple Bacon Ale and Big Hurt Beer.
     
  27. ColinStClaire

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    Stone's Smoked Porter might be worth a try. Very subtle smoke flavor that blends well with the general roasted malt flavor. Not overpowering whatsoever.
     
  28. ColinStClaire

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    I've only tried two ST ales: Crème and Pumking. Also didn't like them. I will give ST some props for making beers that taste exactly as they are described. The Crème Brûlée stout tasted like some just threw some stout and Crème brûlée in a blender. Not pleasant at all! Pumpking was too sickeningly sweet and spiced for me. Also didn't like Elysians Night Owl pumpkin ale. Now that I think of it, I've never tried a pumpkin ale that I liked.
     
  29. keithmurray

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    :D
     
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    This is exactly what I thought when I read that comment too
     
  31. herrburgess

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    "It is a reflection not on the beer, but on timorous palates that some drinkers never learn to like Rauchbier."
    -- Michael Jackson.
     
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    Tactical Nuclear Penguin
     
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    No BMC, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Christian Moerlein OTR, Unibroue Trois Pistoles, witbiers.
     
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    It may be discontinued, but Leinenkugels Fireside Nut Brown Ale.....Gawdawfulo_O
     
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    Arrogant Bastard by Stone - reminds me of Budweiser mixed with Unleaded
     
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    totally agree - the old stock ale is super boozy and just all around bad
     
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    Baying Hound Sarvara was awful. Metallic tasting, sour, just plain BAD. I called my wife to the kitchen to witness as I poured about 2/3 of it down the drain. Never again.
     
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    Couldn't agree more, but it makes a damn good beer can chicken.
     
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    Rogue Chipotle Ale and Voodoo Maple Bacon ... Both drain pours
     
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