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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by BottleCaps80, Jan 27, 2013.
I don't want to go too overboard just yet with the praise, but I had Half Acre Daisy Cutter last night for the first time and it's legitimately one of the finest beers I've ever had. I'm going back in on some tonight to confirm, but I'm fairly certain it's already in my top 3 favorites. It's outstanding.
Stone Pale Ale was the first "true" craft brew that I tried back in 2000 so it holds a certain place in my heart for favorite. But if I truly thought about it with feelings aside I would probably pick Bell's Hopslam.
Apple Brandy Hunapu with Pappy Van Winkle 23 on the side, followed by 07 Fou Foune on tap.
FBS is easily my favorite beer. I liked Heady Topper a lot, but I only had that once. For nostalgic purposes, I love Cara Pils.
It looks like Twilight likes KBS a lot too.
BB4D is the best, but Dragonmead Killer Bee my current guilty pleasure.
LP Gueuze aged 4 years, nothing like it.
I can't just one either
Arrogant Bastard Pale Ale
Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout
Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout
Duck Duck Gooze is the highest review I've given, so I suppose it must be that, but generally my favorite beer is the one that's currently in my glass
cherry rye.... and i only had it last night
RR sours probably. But I am going for The younger....so maybe it could change.
KRBC Citra DIPA. I'm driving five hours to the brewery, each way, to pick some up next weekend. I've got other beers like Lost Abbey's Cable Car that I think are pretty spot on for there style, but I could drink Citra DIPA all the time and not get tired of it.
Heady Topper, but Breakfast Stout, Wake N Bake, Temptation, Zombie Dust, and Lagunitas Sucks are all very high on my list.
It's hard for me to imagine a beer that tastes better than Unibroue Maudite.
The next one.
DRIPA and ZD always come to mind first.
We got 17 kegs of Sucks at my work. I'm pretty well beat on it. By the end I couldn't even sample it hah
No way to accurately answer this, but a few top my balding head right now:
Crooked Stave Surette
Overall mind blowing beer experience...Founders BB Sumatra Mountain Brown
A pretty easy access beer that makes my lips tremble after each sip...Kuhnhenn BB 4D
I've had so many good beers...this is really difficult. But that Sumatra...Oh that Sumatra...
It does a brain good.
Gotta be Zombie Dust, all things considered. Not only does it taste and smell fucking amazing, it's drinkable as all hell.
Pilsner Urquell one night in Prague.
Rauchbier in Bamberg.
Kellerbier at Mahrs and St. Georgean Braj.
TT Landlord in London.
Many of the RR beers at the pub.
Some of my Homebrew.
Too many great ones.
3 Floyds Conquistador de Muerte. Awesome peppers, chocolate and bourbon will slap yo tastebuds silly!
Probably 1998 vintage JW Lees Harvest Ale. It left me picking up the pieces of my shattered mind.
A freshly tapped keg of Two Hearted is king IMO.
It's not even February and already we have a contender for dumbest thread of the year?
Yeah sure, I'm a hater. So what?
But Duvel still leaves me in wondering. Wow that is some amazing shit.
Beatification. Also, my first Lawsons. Double Sunshine on tap at The Farmouse Tap & Grill with my little sis and my father.
Rare BCBS edged out Kuhnhenn BB4D by a hair. And I'm talking a really thin hair...
It's gotta be Rare Bourbon County Brand Stout, but Fantome's flagship saison also comes to mind
while i don't have this as my top beer ever, dude, "kate upton in a bottle." brilliant line.
for me it's Lente. it was a majestic, regal experience.
there is plenty but these two come to mind immediately. Anchorage brewing Saison Love Buzz & Local options Kentucky common... couldn't stop drinking that beer at last years festival in Worcester MA
Barrel aged life and limb.
Best experience: my first Pliny!
Stone Ruination 10th Anniversary when the bottles were fresh was unbelievable.
As of today its definitely KRBC CITRA, could be younger in t minus 5 days!
My favorite styles are English Barleywine and IPA. Best I've had are King Henry and Heady Topper.
Founders RIS sure was aweful good... I want one right now!
I like too many styles of beer to just pick one.
3 cans of warm Lone Star I found in a ditch, while riding my bicycle at age 13.