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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by nerdboy19, Jan 21, 2016.
Its $19.99 here in Minneapolis.
I'm gonna go with Fifty Fifty Eclipse Four Roses Imperial Stout from 2014. Love that stuff.
Lift Bridge BA Silhouette is a top tier release in MN, release party is this weekend , this BA Stout is one of the best that ive ever had.
In order of greatness
Apple brandy noir
Ba plead the fifth
Bourbon barrel aged World Wide Stout.
You sir, have drank nice stouts.
Bcbcs, on the good years cannot be touched
Toss up, 2010 bourbon county vanilla and 2010 bourbon county rare
westbrook ba cake w coconut
2015 Black Gold is incredible. CW 16 was also one of my favorites. And then there is Tyranena Doubly Down N Even Dirtier. That beer has zero hype, but is phenomenal!
Ah man too many to mention, though BBA IBB is one hell of a beer.
Two way tie between: PvW Black Magick and the OG silver wax KBBS.
Really!? Where, when, how?
Champion Ground and CBS come to mind
Funky Buddha's Last Buffalo in the Park. Closest thing to a perfect beer that i have had.
Off the top of my head:
A few years ago I was attending a meeting in Pittsburgh. Although I didn't know it, it just happened to be their beer week as well. Completely by accident I stumbled upon a Dogfish Head tap takeover event at the Fat Head's restaurant. 120, regular WWS, and several other greats were on tap. DFH reps also brought along a firkin of the BBA WWS. They said it was the only one in existence at that time. Everyone got one small snifter of it --for free!
Recently? Black Betty.
Black Note--just perfect. Not too much--just right--have not had better.
Prop 14 - had many times. Never disappoints
BVDL - this stuff is a real treat. marshmallow heaven
Agreed with so many folks!
High Westified was an incredibly balanced beer right out of the gate, heavy yet drinkable (not a 2-hour 12oz like BC and many others).
This years Vanilla and Coffee Eclipses were spectacular. Incredibly drinkable right away...tasted like someone scraped real vanilla beans into the beer. Last year's BCBCS is tasting damned good right now.
The new Prairie Rum Barrel Noir wasn't as good as the original Pirate Bomb, but their Apple Brandy Barrel Noir might also top the list for me. It's best almost room temperature, and I could be happy just smelling it for hours. The new vanilla is damned good as well.
Parabola, Pugachev's, etc. are all great but only a few are really enjoyable fresh...they need time.
Jackie O's BBA Dark Apparition, Country Boy Sinkhole Stout, and BCBS are all at the top of my list.
I'm dying to try Cognac Barrel Dark App.
Yes, so much yes! On the Seventh Day God Created....Double Barrel Jesus!
According to the ratings BA Narwhal, with a very close second of BCBS. Still so many out there to try....
Green Flash Silva Stout.. it was the first vintage released in 2010 (12oz bottle) and was aged for a year.. so good..
Honorable mention to Big Bad Baptist (Release #13) and fresh 2011 KBS..
I've been fortunate enough to try Peche Mortel aged in a bourbon cask....I almost cried
Darkest Hour by Anchorage
Bourbon County 2015 is drinking amazingly now imo.
2013 BCBCS would probably be tops. followed by this years Black Gold and Double Barrel Jesus.
You guys did drink some nice beers! I should try them when I get to visit USA one day.
BA Nikolai Vorlauf Raspberry
Man Prop 14' is so damn good. One of my personal favs out of the whole BC lineup.
Also, Rare 15' is an experience in and of itself.
2010 Goose Island Bourbon County Vanilla. The original. The one that mucked up the Goose Island machinery with vanilla goodness. By the way, it is still drinking very, very well.
I really enjoyed this one. I echo @Tommo's thoughts on Pirate BOMB! as well. Incredibly complex and amazing stuff - and only 75USD a six pack, give or take !
Side Project 2 Candles is the best stout I've ever had and maybe the best beer in general. Their 1 Candle was incredible too.
Double Barrel Huna on tap at Bells 30th Anniversary.