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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. saburky

    saburky Dec 10, 2011 Ohio

    Yuengling Lite Lager ... picked one up by mistake
     
  2. BGdad

    BGdad Oct 9, 2012 Iowa

    boulevard unfiltered wheat....
     
  3. BourbonDork

    BourbonDork Sep 15, 2010 Virginia

  4. Ivegotmule

    Ivegotmule Nov 7, 2012 North Carolina

    Yellow snow IPA. And Monks Revenge. Just don't like Belgian flavor to an IPA. It's almost insulting.
     
  5. mikedeclercq

    mikedeclercq Nov 19, 2012 California

    yeah, not impressed.
     
  6. dungledauf

    dungledauf Nov 8, 2005 Pennsylvania

    Penn Brewery's Penn Pilsner because it is not a Pilsner or Vienna-Style lager.
     
  7. mjurney

    mjurney Oct 13, 2007 Texas

    Rogue John John Hazelnut Rum Barrel Aged
    Pyramid Audacious Apricot Ale
    Mississippi Mud Black & Tan
    Left Hand 400 Pound Monkey
    Hidden River Pale Ale
    Dogfish Head Theobroma
    Harpoon UFO Hefeweizen
    Flying Dog Snake Dog IPA
    Victory Golden Monkey
    Ska Brewing Decadent Imperial IPA
    Fischer Tradition Amber
     
  8. feedmechili

    feedmechili Jan 1, 2010 Kansas

    Back in Black
     
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  9. audioserf

    audioserf Sep 3, 2010 Connecticut

    Dogfish Head Black & Red was pretty revolting and I would go to great lengths to avoid drinking it again. If I wanted to drink a mixture of 120 and mouthwash, well, I probably wouldn't post about it.
     
  10. Localdrinklax

    Localdrinklax Jul 23, 2010 Wisconsin
    Beer Trader

  11. travMI13

    travMI13 Jan 7, 2012 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    Kate the Great.

    Not that it's bad, but I'll never make it to Kate Day, and, after having it, I'll never pony up the ridiculous amount of great stuff that it takes to land on the trade market.
     
  12. Extravadanza

    Extravadanza Aug 3, 2011 Ohio

    You should try Ghost Scorpion Lager ;):cool:
     
  13. EyePeeAyBryan

    EyePeeAyBryan Dec 20, 2011 Arizona
    Beer Trader

    In Arizona, ANYTHING from Phoenix Ale Company...and also ST's Creme Brulee Stout - the WORST beer I've ever had. Sadly wasted the money and order on that beer while in Alston, MD at Sunset Grill (which has to be one of the best beer places on the east coast).
     
  14. slm100

    slm100 Dec 11, 2012

    Rogue Voodoo Doughnut - both Bacon Maple Ale and Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana Ale. Should be reported to the Trade Descriptions! :(
     
  15. Lastop

    Lastop Dec 9, 2012 North Carolina

    why?
     
  16. kcRhyno

    kcRhyno Oct 17, 2012

    Dogfish Head Midas Touch
     
  17. paulytasker

    paulytasker May 16, 2012 New York
    Beer Trader

    I find that i go against the masses here, but Victory's Hop Wallop. Don't know if i just happened to get a bad batch but it had an overwhelmingly soapy finish that i'm still tasting a year later. Love the rest of thier line-up however.
     
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  18. jlpred55

    jlpred55 Jul 26, 2006 Iowa

    Heady Topper, PtE and Zombie Dust, in that order.
     
  19. ditmier

    ditmier Nov 22, 2008 Idaho

    Ovila, wow that sucked. I should have known based on the shelf price...it probably didn't even cover the cost of that fancy bottle.
     
  20. t420o

    t420o Jul 16, 2009 Colorado

    Natty Ice. For 5.9% or whatever that crap was, it was the booziest beer under 10% I've ever had. Granted, I haven't had it since college, but I still gag thinking of it. At least Keystone Ice was semi-drinkable
     
  21. NickMunford

    NickMunford Oct 2, 2006 Wyoming

    There's isn't a beer that I wouldn't drink again. There are many beers that I wouldn't buy again, but if it were offered to me at a party or something, I'd take it without complaining (or maybe if I knew the person well enough, I might tease them a little;) )
     
  22. MusicaleMike

    MusicaleMike Mar 17, 2008 Pennsylvania

    I take the word "never" to mean something strong. What beer is so bad that even if I were offered up a glass for free, I wouldn't even try it? I have only one answer to this question: DFH Black and Red.

    Note: if your answer was Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale, you don't know anything about beer.
     
  23. brother_kenneth

    brother_kenneth Oct 22, 2012 Virginia
    Beer Trader

    As of just now, fucking Epic Brainless on Cherries.:eek:
     
  24. slm100

    slm100 Dec 11, 2012

    My answer was Voodoo Maple Bacon and I actually know a lot about beer! Everyone has different tastes, some of my friends liked it others did not.
     
  25. MusicaleMike

    MusicaleMike Mar 17, 2008 Pennsylvania

    Yeah? What did you hate about the beer? There is literally no quality about that beer that some other beer doesn't exhibit in a much more extreme way. You are picking that beer because it is the popular thing to do, and that's why I say you don't know beer.

    Please know, I don't begrudge anyone's personal tastes. I don't think you should like the beer, but to say that THAT BEER is SO HORRIBLE that you would NEVER taste it again, exhibits some lack of understanding.
     
  26. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Everything Mikkeller...been given enough chances, not impressed.
     
  27. supermodified

    supermodified Nov 28, 2012 Ohio

    Breckenridge Christmas Ale makes Breckenridge Vanilla Porter look fantastic in comparison. I tried it last night, and if I had brewed that myself, I would have poured out the entire mess and put all of my equipment up for sale on Craig's list.
     
  28. cyrushire

    cyrushire May 25, 2012 Florida
    Beer Trader

    Laughing Dog "Doggfather." Worst stout ever!
     
  29. Brewin_Bruin

    Brewin_Bruin May 29, 2012 California
    Subscriber

    SN Brux. I saw some of the Brettanomyces bruxellensis trying to get out of that toxic bath.
     
  30. audioserf

    audioserf Sep 3, 2010 Connecticut

    I'm a Victory lover but I agree with this. I've had Wallop once in bottle and once on draft and I had the soapy experience both times. I can't begrudge a brewery as overall amazing as Victory one beer that I don't dig, however. Victory for life.
     
  31. jewcandy81

    jewcandy81 Mar 25, 2011 Maryland

    Long time reader, but don't think I have ever posted, but here goes:

    Swamp Ape IPA by Florida Beer Company was just gross.
    Victory Wild Devil - To me is tasted like dirty socks smell
     
  32. EddieGold

    EddieGold Nov 22, 2012 North Carolina

    the beer isn't good and its inconsistent.
     
  33. krl2112

    krl2112 Nov 10, 2012 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    CW Bourbon Barrel Barleywine. Wayyyyy too chewy. Drain poured it.
     
  34. Flashy

    Flashy Oct 22, 2003 Vermont

    Catamount Christmas. No really, Innis and Gunn Rum Cask. Got three cases in a fire sale and pretty much had to choke them down. And I like beer and I like rum.
     
  35. InlandTaipan

    InlandTaipan Oct 30, 2009 California

  36. ToddThompson

    ToddThompson Dec 11, 2012 North Carolina

    21st Amendment Hell Or High Watermelon
    Foothills Seeing Double
    Mikkellers 1000 IBU
    Southern Tier Pumking
     
  37. EddieGold

    EddieGold Nov 22, 2012 North Carolina

    no seeing double?! why?
     
  38. MarioM

    MarioM Sep 13, 2009 California

    Original Orange Blossom Ale...
     
  39. AleCollector

    AleCollector Jul 24, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Just had a 2011 Infinium...I've smelled baby vomit that's less baby-vomity than that...
     
  40. Millyvfloyd

    Millyvfloyd Jan 14, 2011 Texas

    JW Lees Lagavulin Cask...hands down one of the worst beers that I've ever had. I don't like scotch though so go figure
     
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