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Beers you will never drink again

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

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  1. Horbar

    Horbar Zealot (560) Feb 24, 2012 Rhode Island

    Not enough time to list them all. Lmao. There is a lot of shitty beers out there.
  2. eyeenjoybeer

    eyeenjoybeer Initiate (0) Feb 18, 2011 Seychelles

    Any Stone IPA/DIPA. I just had Best By 12/21/12. It was my last hope for them to make something that I liked and it was an unbalanced mess. I suppose they were a pioneer in the style, but I feel like they are lost way behind, now.
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  3. hilgart1

    hilgart1 Defender (626) Feb 20, 2011 Illinois
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    Mamma mia pizza beer. Gross.
  4. VelvetExtract

    VelvetExtract Poo-Bah (3,142) Jan 10, 2010 Massachusetts

    Especially Oude Timey!
  5. DNICE555

    DNICE555 Champion (809) Aug 13, 2008 Connecticut
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    Lagunitas Gnarlywine. I enjoy a lot of their beers... but not this one.
  6. Chuck5315

    Chuck5315 Initiate (0) Apr 18, 2012 Missouri
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    Voodoo doughnut
  7. BrownNut

    BrownNut Devotee (423) Jul 11, 2011 Florida

    Samichlaus doppelbock. WTF! Awful. Twisted my mouth.
  8. stickboy1125

    stickboy1125 Initiate (0) Jan 28, 2012 Virginia

    To add to the list I posted a while back:

    Avery Ale to the Chief - luckily I only got a 4 oz. pour or I would have drain poured it
  9. mikedeclercq

    mikedeclercq Initiate (0) Nov 19, 2012 California

    anything by Kona Brewing... really disappointed in all of their beers.
  10. powz87

    powz87 Initiate (0) Jan 18, 2012 Illinois

    voodoo donut and pretty much all of the two brothers anniversary beers
  11. Hotmetal1

    Hotmetal1 Aspirant (286) Feb 28, 2012 Mississippi
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    Only because I don't think I'll make it here again.[​IMG]
  12. psnydez86

    psnydez86 Disciple (363) Jan 4, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    Agree with the first two but anything from southern tier??? That's insanity. ST creme brûlée is bad but most of their offerings are fantastic!
  13. StonedTrippin

    StonedTrippin Poo-Bah (11,684) May 28, 2011 Colorado

    three floyds and brewdog's bitch please collaboration effort. for a quarter of the price i could eat a pack of dry erase markers and get the same flavor experience...
  14. joeebbs

    joeebbs Initiate (0) Apr 29, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Bud Light Lime
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  15. StonedTrippin

    StonedTrippin Poo-Bah (11,684) May 28, 2011 Colorado

    thats pretty unfair criticism, the well built esb from breckenridge is damn good, and tommyknocker's maple brown, butthead bock, and cocoa porter are all tasty beers in the right context. i agree all have weak offerings too, but dont throw the whole brewery under the bus
  16. Preluderl

    Preluderl Devotee (458) Sep 27, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    A lot will disagree with this one, but Bell's Two Hearted is one of the worst things I've ever tasted.

    It's like ripping a handful of dandelions out of the ground and eating them. Gross.
  17. Brunite

    Brunite Initiate (0) Sep 21, 2009 Illinois


    I have a great suggestion, if i may?

    I will send you, free of charge, a capper and case of bottle caps. Any beer that you try in the future...rather than draining it...recap and send my way. Problem solved.
  18. fvernon

    fvernon Initiate (0) Mar 1, 2010 Wisconsin

    post-2009 i'd have said a BCBS float (yeah, you read that right)... but now that I can regularly pick up a case again, i know what i'm busting out this summer with a little french vanilla ice cream!
  19. wvsabbath

    wvsabbath Meyvn (1,395) Apr 29, 2010 West Virginia
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    As long as you like them thats all that matters. Its not unfair critism in any way, its my thoughts, the drinker, the buyer etc. Everything ive ever had from the three breweries i listed are quite simply entry level craft beers. Feel free to have my share of breckenridges esb and tommys cocoa porter. , ill be enjoying my fullers esb and founders porter:slight_smile:
  20. hdofu

    hdofu Initiate (0) Jan 31, 2008 Maryland

    I'll second that
  21. EddieGold

    EddieGold Initiate (0) Nov 22, 2012 North Carolina

    Anything from fullsteam.
  22. StonedTrippin

    StonedTrippin Poo-Bah (11,684) May 28, 2011 Colorado

    fair enough mate, fair enough
  23. Petersean

    Petersean Initiate (0) Dec 5, 2012

    Years of searching and I have found nothing to compare to the original Ballantine's I.P.A. Pay day in the factory I worked in Medford, Mass., required an immediate trip to the package store for a full case. Would have been late 60's thru early 70's. Made my wife crazy-but she loved it too. Smelled like fine whiskey when you cracked one open. Bliss! Does anyone make anything even close to it today? What happened to the original recipes?
  24. HOMEPL8

    HOMEPL8 Initiate (149) Dec 26, 2010 Virginia

    21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon

    HANGOVER Initiate (0) Nov 23, 2012

    Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale continues to disappoint, I can't understand the hype for this beer I think it is an unbalanced bitter bomb that I keep buying because it's so popular. This year is the last year i'm done, next year i'm going to be disappointed by some other holiday release.
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  26. GrandmaDeath

    GrandmaDeath Initiate (0) Jun 21, 2012 Illinois
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    2011 DFH Ta Henket. Had it at a tasting of all the 2011 DFH releases, I'm not sure anyone finished their pour of it.
  27. airrick11

    airrick11 Initiate (0) Jul 13, 2009 California

    1997 Sam Adams Triple Bock...Soy sauce all the way
  28. mmc1369

    mmc1369 Initiate (0) Mar 7, 2006 New Jersey

    rogue chipotle ale
  29. ramoshms

    ramoshms Initiate (40) Feb 11, 2011 California
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    Voodoo Doughnut for sure. Nasty.
  30. ramoshms

    ramoshms Initiate (40) Feb 11, 2011 California
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    Sam Adams Cherry Wheat never do again.
  31. etothej

    etothej Initiate (0) Dec 6, 2012 Massachusetts

    Does anyone remember red dog beer? Yuck!!!
  32. Jfriz25

    Jfriz25 Initiate (150) Jun 8, 2012 Wisconsin
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    I'll never have GI Nightstalker again. Split a bomber with a couple friends last Saturday and it was universally hated to the point we were wondering if something was wrong with it.
  33. wittyname

    wittyname Initiate (195) Aug 4, 2012 North Carolina
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    Rogue Hazlenut Brown.
  34. Wetpaperbag

    Wetpaperbag Defender (684) Aug 14, 2007 Washington

    Most anything by Rogue, NA stuff, Camo Black Ice, Bud Chelada, Moose Drool, Fat Tire, and DFH Punk.
  35. willbm3

    willbm3 Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2010 Massachusetts

    Weirdly enough they still sell it at my local packy. I bought a 6 pack about a year ago for nostalgia's sake, since it's the first actual beer I can remember from when I was a kid. I'll never forget sitting in the backseat of my parents car and seeing the neon Red Dog sign in the window of someone's dorm at the college near my house. But yeah, I bought it and it was HARSH
  36. homebrewer88

    homebrewer88 Initiate (0) Aug 18, 2011 Virginia

  37. Lucidious

    Lucidious Initiate (0) Nov 15, 2012 California

    Steel Reserve. I've never had night where that's involved that didn't end with red and blue lights and my hands behind my back.
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  38. kemoarps

    kemoarps Meyvn (1,027) Apr 30, 2008 Washington
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    Sam Adams Coastal Wheat Lemon Clorox mess
  39. Circleo12

    Circleo12 Devotee (450) Nov 12, 2012 South Carolina
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    One of the nastiest abominations I've ever had the misfortune of tasting.
  40. flayedandskinned

    flayedandskinned Initiate (0) Jan 1, 2011 California
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    Redhook ESB or IPA
    Widmer Hefeweizen
    Blue Moon
    Shock Top
    New Belgium Shift
    Hermitage sour
    Stella Artois

    There are so many lousy beers out there.
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