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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. luisc123

    luisc123 Initiate (173) Oct 20, 2011 California

    Mikkeller Double Eye PA. Ugh I've never drain poured something so quickly.
  2. JohnSnowNW

    JohnSnowNW Defender (602) Feb 6, 2013 Minnesota
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    Lowenbrau...Just awful.
  3. GennyCreamAle

    GennyCreamAle Initiate (0) Feb 25, 2009 New York

    DFH Sierra Nevada Rhizing Bines
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  4. coachdicarlo

    coachdicarlo Initiate (0) Apr 20, 2012 Missouri

    What the hell is wrong with you?
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  5. Hopsiam14

    Hopsiam14 Devotee (456) Jan 23, 2013 Minnesota
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    It's like you read my mind... Those were my "not so top 2"!
  6. riemster

    riemster Devotee (458) Mar 17, 2011 Ohio
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    I guess I'll play along though.

    Arcadia Bourbon Barrel Aged Cereal Killer Barleywine
  7. chocosushi

    chocosushi Initiate (0) May 1, 2011 Oklahoma

    Red & White
    Chocolate Sombrero
    Narwhal (sorry ya'll I just don't care for it)
    Choc Waving Wheat
    Choc 1919
    Mustang Washita Wheat.

    I'm done.
  8. sketchpunx

    sketchpunx Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2008 New York

    Sam Adams Chocolate Bock. Soooooo Sweet it kills me. Ugg
  9. litheum94

    litheum94 Initiate (0) Dec 29, 2008 California

    I wouldn't drink it again solely because of the price point. There was some sort of blueberry flavor going on there that I actually liked, but it needed some more bitterness. Overall, a pretty average brew from two awesome breweries, and doesn't even touch Life & Limb.
  10. Hermit_King

    Hermit_King Initiate (0) Mar 19, 2013 Illinois

    Skull Splitter for me. That shit was so damn syrupy and sweet I had to pass it off to someone else. I wont drink smoked beers, but that just a personal thing. I'm not a fan of 'meat' beers.
  11. AndyP612

    AndyP612 Initiate (0) Mar 10, 2013 Illinois

    I have seen the Rogue Voodoo in here a couple times. I have had the (mis)fortune of drinking this as I fell to the impulse once... I would also say I would never drink it BUT I was given a 750 ml for my birthday recently and think it would be in poor not to give it another go. I will be brutally honest when review. Cheers.
  12. --Dom--

    --Dom-- Disciple (305) Dec 22, 2012 Missouri

    anything from unibroue.......
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  13. Duhast500

    Duhast500 Meyvn (1,248) Nov 14, 2007 Rhode Island

    Lobster Lover's Beer & SA Triple Bock.
  14. Duhast500

    Duhast500 Meyvn (1,248) Nov 14, 2007 Rhode Island

    You are a braver man than I. There will be no 2nd time for me.
  15. Jamison85

    Jamison85 Zealot (547) Mar 23, 2013 Indiana
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    I completely agree. Southern Tier is pretty good and Creme Brûlée is my favorite dessert but this beer is a complete disappointment.
  16. vthippie

    vthippie Initiate (146) Dec 18, 2012 Vermont

    Magic Hat Mother Lager for 2 reasons, the first and foremost is because it actually tasted like vomit and the 2nd reason is because it has (thankfully) been retired. I can only imagine that the later reason was in no small part due to the former.
  17. regularjohn

    regularjohn Initiate (0) Feb 7, 2013 New Jersey

    i don't remember which mikkeller it was exactly, but it was one of the christmas beers....smelled like nailpolish and tasted like death. was on draft too really disappointed
  18. alex_hart

    alex_hart Disciple (355) Feb 28, 2013 Oklahoma

    Ya, so i just drank an Elephant by Carlsberg last night. Really, really...really...wish I had looked on the site before whimsically purchasing this. I let some inexperienced bum convince me it was worth it, and it was the worst $2.79 I've ever spent.
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  19. DHS1029

    DHS1029 Aspirant (252) Feb 14, 2013 Illinois
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    Anything from Magic Hat
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  20. gtermi

    gtermi Meyvn (1,214) Apr 21, 2010 Texas

    Dogfish Head Tweasonale... Tastes like ass
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  21. Dools9

    Dools9 Zealot (518) Jul 5, 2011 Massachusetts

    Icehouse, rough brew
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  22. shredder83

    shredder83 Devotee (423) Feb 21, 2013 Illinois
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    dark horse too cream stout. I had never drainpoured a single beer I've had until that abomination of a milk/cream stout. Back to the drawing board on that one dark horse.
  23. bmilt

    bmilt Initiate (0) Jan 30, 2011 North Carolina

    i'll say new belgium shift.
  24. stantheposterman

    stantheposterman Initiate (54) Aug 6, 2012 California
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    FW15? Are we talking FIRESTONE WALKER 15? Really? On this thread?

    **enough question marks???**
  25. Huffaroma

    Huffaroma Disciple (327) Jan 2, 2012 Montana

    Red Stripe awful stuff
  26. Broden

    Broden Initiate (0) Mar 22, 2010 California

    Hop Stoopid...I keep trying it cause I really want to like it...but just keep pouring it down the drain. Never again.
  27. DukeX13

    DukeX13 Initiate (0) Sep 11, 2012 Illinois

    I feel like I'm crazy by having to put some of these on here but,
    many by New Belgium
    Trois Pistoles
    Le Freak
    Ghostface Killah
    Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale
  28. AceMaster

    AceMaster Initiate (0) Jan 23, 2012 Iowa

    rampant ipa straight up drain pour
  29. ufmj

    ufmj Initiate (168) Feb 15, 2013 Florida
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    Save some for me!

    Umm...Sculpin IPA? Victory at Sea Coffee Vanilla Imperial Porter?!
  30. bmilt

    bmilt Initiate (0) Jan 30, 2011 North Carolina

    I think Sculpin is awesome, i hope he hasnt had it
  31. kjcoff

    kjcoff Initiate (0) Feb 20, 2013 Tennessee

  32. Hoppsbabo

    Hoppsbabo Champion (804) Jan 29, 2012 United Kingdom (England)

    Cantillon Saint Lamvinus
  33. DocJitsu

    DocJitsu Devotee (477) Dec 28, 2009 Florida

    Honestly and truly. I had to choke the first one down after having to drive a 1/2 out of the way just to get it. By comparison to FW's other high gravity beers, 15 truly sucks in my opinion. I'll never drink it again. Unless its at a tasting event. Particularly now that it has some age on it. I have a bottle of 15 right now as part of a vertical. I'd have to be dying of thirst before I open and drink it.
  34. pauldig

    pauldig Initiate (0) Mar 6, 2010 Texas

    Ghost Face Killlah was awful. It's a pepper beer that tastes like mace. This is hotter than any salsa I've eaten. Two sips and down the drain it went, probably unclogging the pipes.
    DFH's Tweasonale is the best gluten-free beer I've had.
  35. dipalova

    dipalova Initiate (0) Feb 3, 2013 Connecticut

    weyerbacher insanity...I forced myself though half a bottle...then drain pour!! IMO COMPLETLY UNDRINKABLE
  36. DCgolfpro

    DCgolfpro Devotee (479) Oct 26, 2011 Maryland
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    Anything from Southern Tier. Not after the great Mokah disaster of 2012
  37. LuckyJohn

    LuckyJohn Aspirant (269) Feb 6, 2013 Colorado

    Used to like the #9 quite a bit on the right occasion, but I think I drank my last one ever a few weeks ago.
  38. wardenclyffe

    wardenclyffe Initiate (0) Sep 10, 2010 Virginia
    Beer Trader

    Here, here!
  39. Beefytits4

    Beefytits4 Initiate (0) Nov 2, 2011 Illinois

    Pumking and Cantillon Kreik. Not hating on them, just not my thing.
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  40. ubenumber2

    ubenumber2 Devotee (468) Sep 1, 2012 Arkansas
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    Yazoo Hop Project , Boulevard Tank 7 , PBR , Most of the North Coast brews , to name a few
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