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Best year round 4 pk and bomber from your state

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by imduffman, Jan 12, 2013.

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  1. RDMII

    RDMII Apr 11, 2010 Georgia

    Phlux was a one time only brew, far from year round.
  2. RDMII

    RDMII Apr 11, 2010 Georgia

    Red Brick Porter is now year round, replacing their seasonal Oatmeal Porter, which began life as the Winter brew. 4pks only.

    For bombers, nearly all Jailhouses's beers (Breakout, Mugshot, Slammer, Misdemeanor) are year round. Nothing else in bomber format is a year round offering in GA.

    Also, as mentioned, both Wild Heaven's are year round and 4pks, and O'Dempsey's Your Black Heart is too, and is a great RIS.
  3. ZethOfTheNorth

    ZethOfTheNorth Jan 31, 2012 Louisiana

    Louisiana is a no-brainer:

    1. NOLA Hopitoulas tall-boy cans 4-pack
    2. Parish Grand Reserve barleywine bomber
  4. thecheapies

    thecheapies Jan 11, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Ha! You beat me to it! Love this response.
  5. Steeeve

    Steeeve Nov 16, 2010 Pennsylvania

    Bomber/750: Weyerbacher Blasphemy
    4 pack: Weyerbacher Insanity
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  6. MichaelinFishers

    MichaelinFishers Mar 10, 2009 Indiana

    Arctic Panzer Wolf over Dreadnaught.
  7. cjoc83

    cjoc83 Jul 31, 2010 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    As far as year-round bombers go, I loves me some Weyerbacher Double Simcoe...that stuff is amazing. I don't think PA has too many year-round 4-packs...Troegs Mad Elf is seasonal...ah, almost forgot about the Weyerbacher Quad! Not totally positive it's year-round, but that's my answer anyways. Cheers n such.
  8. azorie

    azorie Mar 18, 2006 Florida

    none I can think so really....I guess something ccb makes but I not buying them anymore myself.
  9. wagenvolks

    wagenvolks Sep 23, 2005 Texas

    Bomber - St. Arnold Endeavour IIPA
    4pack - Convict Hill Oatmeal Stout
  10. Ericness

    Ericness Nov 21, 2012 Massachusetts

    From MA:

    4 Pack: Hoponious Union from Jack's Abbey (yeah they are that good).
    Bomber: Slumbrew Porter Square Porter

    Great breweries.
  11. Thickfreakness

    Thickfreakness Oct 2, 2010 New York

    4-pack - I know it's seasonal, but I can usually find Brooklyn BCS for at least ten months a year. That or He'Brew Lenny's R.I.P.A which is always fantastic and very under-rated.
    Bomber - Cortland BBA 410 Flight Level Barleywine, ST Choklat, ST BBA Backburner, or anything from Ommegang.
  12. andys_war_hall

    andys_war_hall Dec 7, 2012 Texas
    Beer Trader


    I' with wagenvolks on the Endeavour for the bomber.
    As for the 4-pack, Real Ale Sisyphus was a really tasty barleywine.
  13. seplo

    seplo Sep 8, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    I 2nd these great beers...CHEERS
  14. fuzzylogic

    fuzzylogic Nov 16, 2008 Pennsylvania

    4 Pack: Old Heathen
    Bomber: Helios
  15. grandmachine

    grandmachine Mar 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    New Mexico
    4 pack Elevated IPA
    Bomber: Marble Imperial Stout or Red
  16. Stinger80OH

    Stinger80OH Nov 11, 2011 Ohio
    Beer Trader

    4 pk: Head Hunter
    Bomber: DORIS
  17. Ricelikesbeer

    Ricelikesbeer Nov 29, 2006 Colorado

    hard to argue with either one of those. I'd maybe throw yeti in there. For bomber I'd go with Barrel aged Old Ruffian... That one was just awesome.
  18. Monkeyknife

    Monkeyknife Jan 8, 2007 Missouri
    Beer Trader

    4pk: Boulevard Tank 7
    Bomber: Boulevard Saison-Brett
  19. logan0203

    logan0203 Nov 16, 2009 Pennsylvania

    4 pack of Weyerbacher Double Simcoe IPA from Easton, PA
    Bomber of Victory V12 from Downingtown, PA
  20. denver10

    denver10 Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico


    4 Pack - OB's Ten Fidy
    Bomber - Funkwerks Saison
  21. WhiteJordan

    WhiteJordan Sep 6, 2012 Washington
    Beer Trader


    4 pack- 7 Seas Rude Parrot
    Bomber- Epic Ales Solar Trans-Amplifier
  22. BleepBloopBlap

    BleepBloopBlap Aug 19, 2011 Massachusetts

    Massachusetts - tough to disagree with hoponius 4 pack.

    Not a bomber, but I'd put JA Kiwi Rising as best non-12 oz beer from MA.
  23. alucard6679

    alucard6679 Jul 29, 2012 Arizona

    4pk- either Old Rasputin or La Fin Du Monde depending on what I'm in the mood for

    Bomber- Old Viscosity or Ruination (again, depends on mood)
  24. alucard6679

    alucard6679 Jul 29, 2012 Arizona

    4pk- either Old Rasputin or La Fin Du Monde depending on what I'm in the mood for

    Bomber- Old Viscosity or Ruination (again, depends on mood)
  25. Dools9

    Dools9 Jul 5, 2011 Massachusetts

    MA 4 Pk, definitely Jack's Abby Hoponius Union.
  26. MikeRoni

    MikeRoni Nov 30, 2010 New Jersey

    90 Minute and I don’t think we have any year round bombers
  27. CloudStrife

    CloudStrife Nov 20, 2008 New York

    for NY i would vote:

    Four-Pack - Three Philosophers - Ommegang
    22oz - Unearthly - Southern Tier
  28. CubsJedi

    CubsJedi Jun 8, 2012 Michigan

    MI here... Without being a seasonal, both are very difficult. Most are seasonals. OH (I live just north of the boarder) - Have to agree with the masses. Head Hunter and BORIS. Hoppin Frog definately dominates the bomber market. Brew Kettle Tunguska I also enjoy, but not really sure if that is a seasonal... Doesnt matter cause BORIS, or DORIS blow it out of the water. Side note: the BA Frosted Frog (I think that was the official name - their Christmas Ale bomber) was one of the best Christmas brews I had this year. Fantastic!
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