Best Year Round 6-Pack From Your State

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by anglagard1, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. Hoppenheimer

    Hoppenheimer Mar 18, 2011 Kentucky

    Kentucky - West Sixth IPA gets my vote. I know I sound Like a broken record about this beer, but it's really good!
  2. betterbgood

    betterbgood Aug 23, 2008 Ohio

    Trust ole six pack of Commodore Perry from Great Lakes Brewery in Cleveland, Ohio
  3. DaveAnderson

    DaveAnderson Jan 11, 2011 Minnesota

  4. 12tb

    12tb May 18, 2011 Iowa
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  5. DaveAnderson

    DaveAnderson Jan 11, 2011 Minnesota

    This does not track with my experiences. I've had their beers a number of times, and have never had a bad one.
  6. BradtheGreat7

    BradtheGreat7 Jul 22, 2011 Ohio

    Well I own hunting property In Ohio, I buy all my beer in Kentucky lol given they get more than the state I live in which is WV. So I'll leave bourbon alone since we are a beer blog though we all know where the best bourbon comes from :). But I'll go with Ohio and Great Lakes Brewing Co out of Cleveland as this stuff can be purchased by the plenty in the state of West Virginia. The year round 6 pack I'll go with from GLBC is Edmund Fitzgerald Porter. The American porter may very well be my favorite style and it doesn't get much better than Edmund Fitzgerald. The only porter I can think of that compares based on sheer authenticity of the style and being time tested is the founders porter. But Edmund Fitzgerald is a beer I can enjoy with just about any style of meal here in my home and one I can enjoy any time of the year. You'll always see at least 1 bottle in my beer cooler as guests usually ask for it or just because it's world class and it's always a nice thing to have around. Many of storm cloudy nights have seen an Edmund Fitzgerald in one of my nonic pints. Hoppin' Frog and Jackie O's also are top notch Ohio breweries though Jackie O's doesn't really release bottles let alone a year round sixer
  7. iSrALE

    iSrALE Nov 18, 2008 Mexico

    Oh yeah Sucks is what I am drinking now, going on my 3rd case, and it seems theyre gonna make it Year Round beer, Absolutely Delicious and Balanced Double IPA
  8. teamwiggum

    teamwiggum Nov 30, 2008 Wisconsin
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    Drinking one right now....and loving it!
  9. teamwiggum

    teamwiggum Nov 30, 2008 Wisconsin
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    Going to be drinking one of these soon, hoping it's "best in state" worthy!
  10. Adlar2789

    Adlar2789 Dec 20, 2012 Connecticut

    Sea Hag IPA from New England Brewing - Connecticut
  11. teamwiggum

    teamwiggum Nov 30, 2008 Wisconsin
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    You're a lucky, lucky man.
  12. MagicJeff

    MagicJeff Mar 21, 2012 Georgia

    In Atlanta, I suppose Sweetwater IPA is the best "local" six pack. At the same time, IMO the rest of their selection is weak/overpriced. I also don't think Terrapin offers anything in a six pack that warrants regularly buying (though they have some dank specialities/seasonals). I guess I'd go with anything Stone, Lagunitas IPA, or Bell's 2 Hearted if you're talking best readily available. Shit maybe Sierra Nevada Pale if you're talking best bang for your buck.
  13. Chaney

    Chaney Apr 20, 2006 District of Columbia

    DC - DC Brau "The Public" Pale Ale. However, "On the Wings of Armageddon" is about to be released in 6pk cans.
  14. raynmoon

    raynmoon Aug 13, 2011 Colorado
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    Just put the last 6-pack of my case in the fridge. So sad. I bet by summer they'll have it year round.
    Lagunitas should just toss Pils or the 6 packs of Maximus and put Sucks in it's place.
  15. Hardcore

    Hardcore Jun 24, 2012 Hawaii

    Hawaii-Big Swell Ipa
  16. WhiteJordan

    WhiteJordan Sep 6, 2012 Washington
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    We got 17 kegs of Sucks at my work. $12.00 growlers make me a happy employee
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  17. sirsteve42

    sirsteve42 Jan 15, 2009 New York
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    Id have to go with ithaca flower power from NY
  18. Sirbaron

    Sirbaron Jun 29, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Prima Pils. Victory Brewing Co. Pa. I know its not a bomb but arguably the best domestic Pilsner.
  19. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    Though I could go w/Ness or Dort gotta say Eddy Fitz from Great Lakes here in Ohio. Based on state wide availability for sure.
  20. pixieskid

    pixieskid Jun 4, 2009 Germany

  21. pixieskid

    pixieskid Jun 4, 2009 Germany

    The 6 pack doesnt exist in Europe, so I can't help you on this one...

    BTW, I buy beer in a completely opposite way as the OP. I buy individual bottles and the occasional case of a beer I really enjoy.
  22. iSrALE

    iSrALE Nov 18, 2008 Mexico

    Do you work at Lagunitas?
  23. iSrALE

    iSrALE Nov 18, 2008 Mexico

    I am in the same situation with only 8 bottles left in my fridge, I do have another case but I am saving it for my Daughters 9th Birthday, this coming Friday, Oh its gonna be Great!
  24. RochefortChris

    RochefortChris Oct 2, 2012 North Carolina
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    Thomas Creek Dopplebock....I would say something from Wesrbrook but I've never seen a six pack from them.
  25. imduffman

    imduffman Oct 22, 2012 Ohio

    white rajah from brewkettle. the real champion of ohio
  26. iSrALE

    iSrALE Nov 18, 2008 Mexico

    West Coast was my Go to beer when it was packaged in 6packs, but I still buy those 4 packs quite often, WC Great IPA!
  27. VncentLIFE

    VncentLIFE Feb 16, 2011 North Carolina
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    LoneRider Peacemaker here in NC.
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  28. HumphreyLee

    HumphreyLee Jan 15, 2011 Pennsylvania

    I want to say Prima Pils but I do really love some Perpetual IPA. Still, probably PP, yeah.
  29. BeerKangaroo

    BeerKangaroo May 30, 2011 Alaska

    Baxter's Stowaway IPA, perhaps a close second?
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