Beers you will never drink again

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

  1. BladeRunner

    BladeRunner Apr 4, 2007 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Sam Adams Triple Bock. It tastes like soy sauce. Gross.
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  2. raymo55

    raymo55 Oct 3, 2011 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    Zombie Dust
  3. mfdish

    mfdish Oct 30, 2011 Nevada

    Voodoo Doughnut
    Sam Adams Chili Chocolate Bock

    *EDIT: I added the last beer.
  4. Lonestar0327

    Lonestar0327 Apr 18, 2010 Texas

    Anything from Dundee...
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  5. Bobheed

    Bobheed Dec 27, 2010 Texas

    Ghostface Killah
  6. mjryan

    mjryan Dec 22, 2007 Minnesota

    Carling Black Label. Tastes like burning.
  7. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Mar 18, 2010 California

    AKA instant hiccups.

    CORKSCREWFISH Apr 22, 2011 Illinois

    Zombie dust? Cmon!
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    CORKSCREWFISH Apr 22, 2011 Illinois

    Stone Belgo Anise....ughh...gahh...khak...ehhhh...blech
  10. ScaryEd

    ScaryEd Feb 19, 2012 New Hampshire

    Unearthly by Southern Tier.

    I love ST, but that one was too much. Like drinking old pineapple juice.
  11. Freshlikeugh

    Freshlikeugh Jul 30, 2012 Hawaii

    wild blue...shouldn't have tried it, paid dearly
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  12. voxomkid

    voxomkid Jun 28, 2010 Florida

    ANYTHING/EVERYTHING from Thomas Creek. Are these people for real?
  13. johncosta60

    johncosta60 Jun 30, 2012 New Jersey

    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
  14. Onenote81

    Onenote81 May 27, 2008 North Carolina

    Too many to name. How else am I going to drink my way through my local bottle shop?
  15. WickedSluggy

    WickedSluggy Nov 21, 2008 Texas

    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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  16. imperialbeerdude

    imperialbeerdude Feb 5, 2012 Colorado

    saison du buff
    bear republic imperial stout
    shipyard pumpkin beer the six pack one
  17. GradyS1

    GradyS1 Sep 3, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Ghost Scorpion Lager
  18. Robeerto89

    Robeerto89 Jan 8, 2012 Mississippi

    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.
  19. hopfenunmaltz

    hopfenunmaltz Jun 8, 2005 Michigan

    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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  20. dalepryor

    dalepryor Aug 30, 2007 Kentucky

    Green flash friendship brew
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  21. Roland45s

    Roland45s Sep 21, 2012 Virginia

  22. EParry84

    EParry84 Nov 24, 2010 Massachusetts

    In my house drinking Chocolate Bock is a punishment.
  23. KelOne333

    KelOne333 Oct 16, 2010 Connecticut

    Dogfish Head Ta Henket - tastes more like Ta Hoilet
    Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic - spit, don't swallow
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  24. Cardmarauder

    Cardmarauder Oct 20, 2012 Pennsylvania

    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.
  25. AmgineDanus

    AmgineDanus Aug 20, 2011 Massachusetts

    totally disagree!
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  26. creepinjeeper

    creepinjeeper Nov 8, 2012 Missouri
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Rogue Voodoo Donut Maple Bacon Ale and Big Hurt Beer.
  27. ColinStClaire

    ColinStClaire Jul 31, 2012 Washington

    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

    ColinStClaire Jul 31, 2012 Washington

    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

    keithmurray Oct 7, 2009 New York

  30. robinsmv

    robinsmv Jun 24, 2010 Florida

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

    herrburgess Nov 4, 2009 South Carolina
    Beer Trader

    "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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  32. danielnovak3

    danielnovak3 Nov 30, 2009 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Tactical Nuclear Penguin
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  33. whendeathsleeps

    whendeathsleeps Nov 5, 2011 Indiana

    No BMC, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Christian Moerlein OTR, Unibroue Trois Pistoles, witbiers.
  34. joeseppy

    joeseppy Oct 20, 2012 Illinois

    It may be discontinued, but Leinenkugels Fireside Nut Brown Ale.....Gawdawfulo_O
  35. JHS123

    JHS123 Sep 21, 2012 Connecticut

  36. beck2008

    beck2008 Jun 6, 2008 California

    Arrogant Bastard by Stone - reminds me of Budweiser mixed with Unleaded
  37. beck2008

    beck2008 Jun 6, 2008 California

    totally agree - the old stock ale is super boozy and just all around bad
  38. jspaner

    jspaner Jan 21, 2011 Maryland

    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.
  39. mtalley999

    mtalley999 Oct 6, 2011 Maryland

    Couldn't agree more, but it makes a damn good beer can chicken.
  40. Rathakem

    Rathakem Apr 1, 2012 Oregon

    Rogue Chipotle Ale and Voodoo Maple Bacon ... Both drain pours
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