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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by keithmurray, Oct 14, 2012.
Dogfish Head Raison D'Être. I hate to put Dogfish Head on this thread because I generally love their beers but this one was just flat out bad.
Me too. Brought it to a party and no one liked it. Passed it around and dumped it. Like you say, if I tried it now (that I'm a little more experienced with real beer) I might like it. But I'm afraid to try. I remember it as horrible.
this pretty much sum up how I feel, however my least favourite beers are dfh immortale, north coast pranqster, and gulden draak
I want to try this and cave creek chili so bad haha
Rogue John John Hazelnut. I don't know if it was just too old but it was absolutely flavorless. I ended up pouring it out. I am just not a fan of Rogue beers. I am not saying they are a bad brewery just that I have tired several of their beers of my favorite styles and didn't like any of them.
Not even Schlafly Pumpkin?
21st Amendment: Hell or High Watermellon... GROSS !!!!
Bell's Amber Ale. The taste is okay but the aroma is off. It might just be me but it smells like baby puke to me.
I have four left that I need to find a home for.
Sierra Nevada Hoptimum. It's an ok beer but with so many other good IIPA's I won't buy this again.
haven't had a Schlafly pumpkin but I heard some good things and also there was a limited supply in my area.
Spike & Jérôme’s Cuvée Délirante - I literally gagged after the first sip. I'm sure these guys worked hard to produce this beverage and I don't mean to sleight the effort, but dang. Not for me.
Alaskan smoked porter
Stone double bastard
ts funny how there is so much variety and that almost any beer that anyone says has it defended. with that being said i will gave any beer a second try minus Voodoo Maple Bacon Donut. I'm glad i had the experience, i'm glad i recorded in an unbiased and objective way in my beer log, but never again.
Sea Dog Raspberry Wheat Ale. It left this lingering aftertaste for hours that I didn't like at all.
not gonna say never.......
but Red Hook ESB isn't nearly as interesting as when I discovered it in the early 90's
New Holland Envious. Had it on draft the other night, took two sips, ordered another beer. It was just awful.
I have to say Boulevard's Chocolate Ale.
I don't know if I got an infected bottle or what, but it tasted like beans (and not cocoa beans).
I love Boulevard, but would never drop the cash on this again to find out if it was just a bad bottle.
That and Troegs' Mad Elf. I know it gets good ratings around here, but good god that stuff is nasty!! Tastes like honey and cough syrup...
Bud Light Chelada.
Hells to the NO!
Stone Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale
SA cranberry lambic
the former might actually be better than the latter
I second Saranac. Especially the Caramel Porter. Putrid stuff...
I have managed to finish everything I have tried but didn't care for except this.
This shit went down the drain.
Arrogant Bastard, bruery saison rue, maybe rochefort 10
Six Rivers Chili Pepper Ale. I think this one was too hot for me if I remember correctly.
Amstel Light. More watery than, WATER. Such a pointless "beer". O'Doul's me all day over that tepid crap.
OE 800 High Gravity....
cigar city humidor series ipa
I'm not sure I'm willing to write anything off completely.
Even the worst beer I've had in recent memory (http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/4738/116342/) would be worthy of another try even if just for a laugh.
Zombie Dust, too inconsistant and I have broaden my tastes
Pyramid Thunderhead IPA (tongue raping bitterness was too much)
Shock Top Rasberry Wheat (vile excuse for a beer)
Corona (garbage aftertaste that won't go away)
DFH Festina Peche
Weyerbacher Heresy. I like bourbon aged stouts, but only if the bourbon melds well with the rest of the flavor. Heresy's bourbon flavor was overwhelming--should have just picked up a bottle of bourbon.
Hell or High Watermelon....taste like supermarket sushi
BB Lager. Flying Dog Raging Bitch.