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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. 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
  2. AZBeerMan

    AZBeerMan Aug 31, 2011 Arizona


    Oh wait, I will drink my one annual PBR on a family trip to the beach. I can't help it, it's a tradition.
  3. AZBeerMan

    AZBeerMan Aug 31, 2011 Arizona

    La Fin Du Monde

    Had too much of it on an empty stomach about 15 years ago and I thought it was La Fin du Monde (the end of the world). Can't stand the smell of it anymore.
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  4. njhopspop

    njhopspop Oct 17, 2010 New Jersey

  5. silentdonkey

    silentdonkey Feb 22, 2008 California

    The Bruery 5 Golden Rings. I am an avid Bruery fan and member of the Reserve Society, but that was nasty! Pineapple does not work in beer!
  6. Stwinchy

    Stwinchy Dec 9, 2012 Colorado

    Voodoo Doughnut
    FCB Major Tom's
  7. VonZipper

    VonZipper Feb 9, 2011 New York
    Beer Trader

    Anything Kirkland.
  8. DocJitsu

    DocJitsu Dec 28, 2009 California

    Uuuuuhhhhh, Heady?
  9. borderican

    borderican Aug 13, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    Some beer called Grolsch!!! That $#!t gave me and my friend bubble guts.....then his bro goes and buys some for him and his boys and they all get the runs!! Conclusion, if you want to get a cheap enema or colon cleanse buy yourself a 12 pack and wait.......
  10. DocJitsu

    DocJitsu Dec 28, 2009 California

    Magic Hat #9 and FW 15th.
  11. JarlowMarlow

    JarlowMarlow Jul 10, 2012 Florida
    Beer Trader

    Laughing dog Rocket Dog, such a mess I had to pour it
  12. getmeabeer

    getmeabeer Dec 12, 2012 Connecticut

    Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre - Woof! - sugar beets and raisins.
  13. tonyseleski

    tonyseleski Jun 30, 2011 Michigan

    Anything by Magic Hat. Their quality really took a dip since being acquired by NAB.

    Also Bell's Oberon.
  14. bostonbeans

    bostonbeans Apr 19, 2012 Massachusetts
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    midas touch
    Maple nipple
  15. PHKrames

    PHKrames Sep 14, 2011 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Voodoo Doughnut. Can't say that I am too interested in the new Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana either from them.
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  16. Ivegotmule

    Ivegotmule Nov 7, 2012 North Carolina

    Even the hellhound? I loved it.
  17. Ivegotmule

    Ivegotmule Nov 7, 2012 North Carolina

    Totally agree.
  18. CosmicTom

    CosmicTom Nov 6, 2012

    Three Philosophers and Carolina Brewery's Oatmeal Porter. Long stories.
  19. MontereyBay831

    MontereyBay831 Dec 15, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    Never ever again. It's local so i gave it a try. Worst beer i've ever tasted in my life.[​IMG]
  20. MontereyBay831

    MontereyBay831 Dec 15, 2012 California
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  21. cjoc83

    cjoc83 Jul 31, 2010 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    Thirsty Dog Raspberry Ale. Atrocious.
  22. beerlover4ever

    beerlover4ever Mar 25, 2009 Massachusetts

    so many i could list, but off the top of my head, Southern Tier Creme Brûlée Stout, way, way to sweet
  23. slm100

    slm100 Dec 11, 2012

    I know that a beer quoted as saying Maple/Bacon or Peanut Butter/Chocolate is not going to taste like that but have notes of it on the pallet and in the nose. Could I taste Maple? Yes. Bacon? Also yes. It was described by a friend as a sweet beer, it was not. I am not saying it was disgusting - just not my taste and probably one that I would not try again. It was served cold, maybe served warmer at room temperature would have been better.

    Most people have a preference either in the form of a blonde, red, stout, IPA etc. I am not an IPA fan but I do try them. As with all varieties of beer some are excellent and some are not. I prefer strong ales and stouts, do I like them all? No, but I try them all.

    I am not picking that beer because it is a popular thing to do - in fact I did not even look at what other people had chosen until after. Voodoo does, however, seem to be a popular non-popular choice.

    I also quote what you said.. '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'
    However YOU answered this thread with 'DFH Black and Red' as a beer you would never drink again!

    And Yes I DO know Beer.
  24. freyguy10

    freyguy10 Jan 16, 2011 New York

    Sam Adams Cranberry Lambic , Horrible, one of the first beers i tried when i was getting into craft beer, almost ruined my taste palate.
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  25. MusicaleMike

    MusicaleMike Mar 17, 2008 Pennsylvania

    I'm not sure I get your point. Have you ever had DFH Black and Red? It is so bad, I paid a homeless guy to let me lick his ass so I could get that flavor out of my mouth. That's what this whole thread was about...disgusting beer. Not beers that you didn't like, but beers that warrant eradication, not consumption.

    It's a very wonderful BeerAdvocate thread.
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  26. Pedrobud1

    Pedrobud1 Dec 16, 2012

    There are some great Vermont beers. Try Switchback and many from microbreweries. I live here and hate the politics but the beer is great. Harpoon, Long Trail, etc worth a try and many have great ratings on beeradvocate.com
  27. Pedrobud1

    Pedrobud1 Dec 16, 2012

    It must have been bad to lick a homeless guys ass to get the taste out of your mouth.
  28. Strwrs777

    Strwrs777 Dec 6, 2011 California

    it smells like breakfast!!! but tastes like smoked wood chips with caramel sap
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  29. Strwrs777

    Strwrs777 Dec 6, 2011 California

    i loved the Peach Porch!
  30. thlayli87

    thlayli87 Oct 21, 2012 New Jersey

    I concur. Black and Red was just vile.
  31. Maurod4d

    Maurod4d Dec 16, 2012

    Agreed... fruity drinks are meant to be served blended with ice on the rocks...my beer is not meant to tast like a juice box :)
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  32. ramseye4

    ramseye4 May 14, 2010 Virginia

    The Cave Creel Chili Beer. Never, Ever, again.
  33. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Mar 18, 2010 California

    Don't get interested. The new one is pretty meh.
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  34. DonFrap

    DonFrap Feb 27, 2011 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    fantome magic ghost. yuuuuuuuck
  35. starkmarvelo

    starkmarvelo Jan 20, 2010 Texas
    Beer Trader

    Yes. Even Hellhound. It's not that the beer is bad, it's just that they are overpriced and underwhelming.
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  36. acevenom

    acevenom Oct 7, 2011 Louisiana

    Beers I will never have again?
    1) Shipyard Pumpkin Ale
    2) Buffalo Bill's Pumpkin Ale
    3) Shiner Ruby Redbird
  37. burri

    burri Nov 11, 2012 Cyprus

    Just had a Germania Pilsner.. And i will never have it ever again, same thing goes for Keo. i prefer not to drink.
  38. fuzzcherry

    fuzzcherry Sep 8, 2010 Minnesota

    Any beer that tastes like bandaids. I'm talking about you, entire Brau Brothers selection.
  39. RenoZymurgist

    RenoZymurgist May 4, 2003 California
    Beer Trader

    Everything made by Rogue, low quality high price no bottle dates
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  40. slm100

    slm100 Dec 11, 2012

    My view is that the thread is about beers you personally would never drink again. Some have said Shipyards Pumpkin Ale - this isn't a disgusting beer. But again all about personal taste which, from the beers I see in this thread, is I think most people have based their views on.

    As for DFH Black and Red - never had it but if I have to lick a homeless guys ass to get rid of the flavor you can count me out - I take your word for it! :D
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